The weather is cold outside, but it is heating up here at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino with great food, great drinks and intense gridiron action. Hoosier Park is football-fan central this season with the advent of the new Bud Light Sports Zone. Every Sunday since the season’s kick off, fans have touched down in the Terrace Lounge for live football action on the lounge’s six big-screen televisions. Come enjoy all the sights and sounds of game day without the hassle. The Sports Zone makes viewing even easier with the NFL Redzone channel, allowing fans up-close views of all the end zone action from around the league. Plus, the Terrace Lounge is a Wi-Fi hotspot allowing fans to track fantasy stats without missing a play. To top it off, the Sports Zone Bar & Grill offers up stadium eats like spicy wings, zesty chili dogs, yard-long drafts and more!
Bud Light Sports Zone is the ultimate destination for live football action this season and now includes Thursday night games. Now open two-days-a-week, the Sports Zone is sure to satisfy even the most avid superfan. Whether you support our Boy’s in Blue, or just love the game of football, come out to Hoosier Park Racing & Casino’s Bud Light Sports Zone to get in the game.
On July 29th, our Indy Boys in Blue descended on Anderson University’s campus. Along with the one hundred man roster, coaches, staff and trainers took up temporary residency here in Anderson. With the many companies in the area showing their support, there was a sense of excitement in the air as you drove down Scatterfield to the playing field. This is the third year Hoosier Park has participated in the camp festivities and were even selected as an Official Super Celebration Site for last year’s Big Game in February. Hoosier Park’s support of Indianapolis football is now in full swing. For this year’s camp, Hoosier Park welcomed Big Blue fans with “Fan Appreciation Days.” During camp, guests of the park enjoyed special deals on food and beverages ranging from yard long beers to half-priced buffets as well as a koozie giveaway. The camp celebration culminated with a premium season ticket giveaway on Friday, August 17th. Charles Agnew of Anderson took home the coveted prize. At Hoosier Park, we are proud supporters of our Boys in Blue and wish them “Luck” this season.
Recent Article in The Herald Bulletin-
Those at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino have always considered themselves the best of a variety of things and Madison County residents agreed, voting it the best buffet, live music venue and place for entertainment.
“We look at Hoosier Park as having many facets for entertainment,” said Grant D. Scharton, Hoosier Park’s director of public relations. “Of course there is the casino, but there is also the great racing product, a variety of dining options and then the concerts. It is centrally located and offers a wide variety of entertainment options — multiple ways to win big, socialize with friends and have a thrilling night out. There are entertainment options for everybody.”
Scharton said that variety is why he thinks Hoosier Park was chosen for the third year in a row for the best place for entertainment in the awards.
Hoosier Park consistently brings in some of the greatest names in entertainment, he said, for both the summer music track concert series and the concerts in the Terrace Showroom including upcoming Air Supply and Wilson Phillips, Scharton said. He said information about the upcoming summer concert series will be available in the next month on the website at www.hoosierpark.com.
During last year’s summer series, more than 30,000 people came to Hoosier Park for the shows and the facility received more than 3.5 million visits.
The Prime Harvest Buffet stands out because of not only the quality product offered but also the friendly service of the staff.
Rudy McMillan, director of food and beverage at Hoosier Park, said the quality of the product has remained high and prices low. The seafood nights — Friday and Saturday — and Sunday brunch offer a variety of different items including crab, prime rib, fresh sushi and a chocolate fountain.
“You could have all the quality food in the world, but if you don’t have the great quality staff you can’t go any further,” he said.
Scharton said the combination of good quality food and a great team makes the buffet a star.
With more than 300,000 visitors to the buffet in 2011, assistant director of food and beverage Amy Whitler said a “great, smiling team” is key.
In addition to the $5.95 lunch buffet offered, Hoosier Park offered its club members 55 and over a 55-cent buffet and had 1,650 take advantage of that special offer, Scharton said.