Show for Tuesday June 27th


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                                                  Mark Miles
Mark has been Chief Executive Officer of Hulman & Company since 2012. Mr. Miles has over 15 years of experience managing a global organization in the ATP as well as strong Indiana roots. Mr. Miles served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Central Indiana Corporate Partnership from January 2006 to December 2012. Before joined CICP in January 2006, he served as Chief Executive Officer of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) for 15 years (from August 1990 to 2005). He served as an Executive Director of Corporate Relations for Eli Lilly & Company since 1980. During his tenure at Eli Lilly, Mr. Miles was responsible for the local, state and national governmental affairs. He was also deeply involved in a number of volunteer civic pursuits, including helping to organize an initiative to reduce the area’s infant mortality rate, serving on the Boards of a number of not for profit organizations and directing the Indianapolis ATP tennis tournament (now known as the RCA Championships). Prior to Mr. Miles’s employment at Eli Lilly, he served as President of the Organizing Committee for the Pan American Games in Indianapolis in 1987. Mr. Miles was also responsible for starting the marketing division of Compucom Development Corporation in the early 1980’s. He served as Chairman of the Board of the 2012 Super Bowl Host Committee, with 18 staff members and thousands of volunteers and which served as an extension of the National Football League in the local community to centralize planning and execution of the 2012 Super Bowl event. He has been an Independent Director of The Pantry Inc. since January 2006. He serves as a Director of Hulman & Company and Energy Systems Network. He serves as a Member of Advisory Council at IndyHub, Inc. Mr. Miles serves as a Member of Global Advisory Board of CSM Sport and Entertainment LLP. He served as a Director of BioCrossroads. He is a member of the Wabash College Athletic Hall of Fame and holds a BA from Wabash College in 1976.


Anthony Martin

The tense battle between Australian Anthony Martin (Cape Motorsports) and Brazilian Victor Franzoni (Juncos Racing) for this season’s Pro Mazda Championship Presented by Cooper Tires continued today at Road America. Martin bounced back from a crushing defeat yesterday to barely hold off a charging Franzoni this afternoon, crossing the line scant 0.1799 seconds clear to secure his third win of the season.