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Indiana Sports Report to Partner with Lino’s Coffee for the Brickyard 400 Race Weekend

Discounts on Products Available

For Immediate Release:
July 23, 2014

Contacts:
Chris Fultz, Indiana Sports Report, 219-314-8417
Brian Jessen, Indiana Sports Report, 317-627-0315
Morgan Weller, Lino’s Coffee, 317-489-1066

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – The Indiana Sports Report is proud to announce a partnership with Lino’s Coffee for the Brickyard 400 race weekend. Lino’s Coffee will serve as the Indiana Sports Report home base on Friday, July 25th through Sunday, July 27th.

ISR-LinosThe Indiana Sports Report and Lino’s Coffee will run a social media campaign, offering followers and friends 10% off of their total purchase (excluding alcohol) with the mention of Indiana Sports Report during race weekend. Lino’s Coffee has agreed to stay open for the duration of the race on Sunday. Make sure to look for our social media campaigns throughout the week leading up to the Brickyard 400 on Sunday, July 27th. For more information on social media outlets to follow, click here.

Based in Parma, Italy, Lino’s Coffee is known world-wide for its superior coffee, unmatched quality, and traditional Italian flavor. In 2012, Lino’s opened its first and only Western Hemisphere location in Speedway, Indiana. The Italian bistro offers Hoosiers a taste of Italy without leaving the Midwest. Coffee beans, meats, cheeses and other fresh ingredients are imported from Italy to Speedway.

Although the ingredients, recipes, and quality remain unchanged, Lino’s Speedway offers a unique twist on the Italian coffee company. It boasts an authentic Italian menu, including paninis, pizza, salad, and gelato, as well as a full bar specializing in Hoosier craft beer. Lino’s hosts events nearly every week, it’s most popular being pint nights and tap takeovers. Despite its growing presence in the bar scene by night, by day, it remains a traditional, European-style cafe where locals host meetings, enjoy quite workspace, or gather with friends in our spacious, sleek, and well-lit cafe.

The Indiana Sports Report was started in 2013 as an alternative to pay walls and ‘babes of the day.’ If you want a no-nonsense, no frills approach to your sports coverage, then you’ve come to the right place. The Indiana Sports Report has the entire state of Indiana sports covered from high school to the pros, from Evansville to South Bend. The reporters of the Indiana Sports Report bring you insight from the courts and fields and locker rooms. We provide you with up-to-the-minute analysis and unfiltered opinions.

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