In the meantime, please review some benefits of IndyVet and the Indianapolis region:
It’s hard to beat Indianapolis if you’re looking for a wide variety of opportunities. Indianapolis was named as one of the best places to live by Money magazine, and we agree! Indianapolis’ cost of living scores are only 90% of the national average, ranking 3rd in Forbes’ list of “America’s best bang for the buck” cities. Indianapolis was also ranked the “#1 Pro Sports City” in North America by ESPN The Magazine. The city is home to five professional sports teams and dozens of sports-related organizations’ headquarters, including the NCAA and the IndyCar Racing League.
While Indy lays claim to 10 world-class sports venues, that’s just a fraction of its culture: 14 museums, 21 galleries, and 25 performing arts centers and theaters. Indiana is host to a multitude of outdoor activities, including the 200,000 acre Hoosier National Forest, hundreds of scenic parks, hiking, biking and horse trails, whitewater rafting, skiing, watersports, and much more.
Indianapolis and its surrounding counties boast two million residents. It’s hard to find a city whose core is being revitalized as much as this one, and many cities across the country are looking to Indy as a downtown renewal model. With so many options for fitness, family, and fun, it’s easy to see why.
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