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Indy 500 flag reaches Olympics on relay journey

Above: Dave Calabro, IMS track announcer and WTHR's sports director, with the green flag for the 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500. With less than 100 days to go until the 2018 Indianapolis 500, the green flag is in the midst of its inaugural worldwide "Green Flag Relay," visiting unique settings and events leading up to race day. The flag's first stop was the NASDAQ stock exchange on Jan. 23, where Hulman Motorsports Senior Vice President of Events Allison Melangton closed the markets for the day, followed by a visit to Times Square. The IMS delegation brings the green flag to Times Square. The #Indy500 and the @Indy500SnakePit took center stage today in Times Square! Take a...
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