Support the museum year round with this awesome IMS Museum Logo throwback! The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to preserving and promoting the incredible history of the Speedway, the Indianapolis 500, and Indiana’s great automotive heritage. Proceeds from the sale of the vintage Hall...
Choc-Ola is an American chocolate beverage that was formulated in the 1940s by Harry Normington, Sr. from Pennsylvania. Normington distributed the beverage through Choc-Ola Bottlers Inc., which he founded in 1944 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Choc-Ola continued to gain popularity throughout the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. In 1977, at the height of its success, Harry sold the...
The last undefeated season in college basketball. The 1976 Indiana Hoosiers.
4.2 oz., 50/25/25 polyester/combed ringspun cotton/rayon, 32 singles
Set-in 1x1 triblend baby rib collar
Larry Bird and the 1979 Sycamores were ranked Number One in the country.
4.2 oz.(US) 7 oz. (CA), 52/48 Airlume combed and ringspun cotton/polyester, 32 singles
Coverstitched collar and sleeves
The 1989-1990 Ball State basketball team became the first team in the MAC to reach the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament in its current format. The Cardinals lost in the Sweet 16 to the eventual national champions UNLV Runnin' Rebels, 69–67. 4.2 oz.(US) 7 oz. (CA), 52/48 Airlume combed...
5.3 oz., 60/40 cotton/polyester french terry fleece, 30singles
Jersey lined contrasting and matching jersey lined hood & flat drawcords
1x1 ribbing at cuffs and waistband
Antique bass metal eyelets
We've teamed up with our friends over at Visit Indy for their official apparel line. Learn more about them below! As Visit Indy, it's our job to promote the city of Indianapolis. And that job has never been easier, more energizing or more rewarding than it is right now. As an unprecedented...
Roselyn Bakery was a major bakery chain that distributed products from an Indianapolis central baking facility from 1943 to 1999. The bakery chain, which consisted of approximately 40 locations in and around central Indiana, was known for its popular treats such as their Sweetheart Coffee Cake, Zebra Square Brownies and Blackout Cake. 7.5oz., 55/45 cotton/polyester...
Hook's Drug Stores was an Indianapolis, Indiana-based drug store chain which was founded in 1900 by John A. Hook. The chain flourished throughout central Indiana for most of the 20th-century. Most former Hook's locations that are still open operate as CVS, which bought out Revco in the late 1990s and rebranded their stores as CVS....
8.0 oz., 60/40 cotton/polyester sueded fleece
Double-needle stitched throughout
Three-piece jersey lined hood with sewn eyelets and contrast drawcord
Contrast twill tape at back of neck
Set-in pouch pocket
1x1 ribbed cuffs and waistband
Contrast self fabric panels on chest, arms and hood