The Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame has welcomed Hare Chevrolet as its newest corporate partner.
Located in Noblesville, Hare Chevrolet is America’s Oldest Transportation Company. It has survived and thrived from its founding in 1847 through its current sixth generation of family ownership by sisters Courtney Cole and Monica Peck. Hare Chevrolet is also the largest GM store in Indiana and is consistently ranked in the top 25 Chevrolet dealers in the country.
“We appreciate the support of Hare Chevrolet – an iconic Indiana company representing an iconic American auto brand,” notes Hall of Fame executive director Chris May. “Their involvement with the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame shows the personal connection they maintain with their community and their support of the statewide basketball community.”
“We are big fans of basketball in the state of Indiana and it’s only natural that we would support the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame,” said Courtney Cole.
The Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame, founded in 1962, maintains a 14,000 square foot museum in New Castle in addition to hosting numerous events around the state. The organization seeks to enhance the role of basketball in Indiana by honoring those high school basketball players, coaches, officials, and others who gained fame on the hardwood of Indiana and in subsequent years have reflected honor upon themselves and the Indiana basketball community.
For more information on becoming a corporate partner of the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame, contact Jerry Peirson at (765) 744-9834 or Chris May at (765) 529-1891 ext 105.