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FDIC – Indianapols 2012

FDIC (Fire Department Instructors Conference) is a convention held annually in Indianapolis. It is the world’s largest firefighter training convention with nearly 30,000 attendees. The 2012 conference was its 84th edition running and Sport Graphics is honored to play such a crucial role in this amazing event.

Our relationship with Pennwell Corporation’s events group of Tulsa, Oklahoma, which manages this event, has provided Sport Graphics with the opportunity to become a strong vendor partner and grow each year through this association.

Sport Graphics provides creative support, print production, fulfillment, installation services and warehousing. Our design team helps deliver high-end creative support for custom print needs while also providing prepress support for files-provided projects.

Sport Graphics coordinates with our partners, the City of Indianapolis and the Indiana Convention Center/Lucas Oil Stadium, to work through the logistics involved with installing large-scale event graphics and wayfinding elements throughout the city.

We are excited to be a part of the ongoing growth and increased visibility of this event each year.

Construction site decor

Sport Graphics doesn’t just provide amazing services and décor for athletic events and facilities.

We also work with a wide variety of businesses to help with their individual needs when it comes to branding and décor.

One category we have been servicing lately is the construction industry.

While new construction is taking place, SG can help to deliver impact with the surrounding areas.

Here is a look at a few recent projects.

Keystone Construction
Sport Graphics provided this fence mesh for Keystone Construction to use during construction of the Broad Ripple parking garage and shoppes.

Eli Lilly
SG provided this fence mesh for Eli Lilly near its headquarters in downtown Indianapolis.

Buckingham Companies
Buckingham Companies turned to SG when they needed different styles of temporary décor for the new “City Way” area being developed in downtown Indianapolis.