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Travel Channel Seeks Enthusiastic Indy 500 Fans For New Show

Passionate Indianapolis 500 fans are encouraged to contact The Travel Channel to appear on a new show, Adam Richman's Fandemonium, celebrating great food, amazing tailgate setups, one-of-a-kind traditions and the best parties at “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.”
 
The show will be taped in and around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway beginning on Coors Light Carb Day, Friday, May 24, through Race Day on Sunday, May 26. The episode will air in August or September.
 
If you’re a die-hard Indianapolis 500 fan attending this year’s race and hosting a great tailgate party, have an amazing RV or a special dish you'd like to share, contact The Travel Channel by emailing Travelsuperfancasting@gmail.com with subject line “Indy 500.” Be sure to include photos of you and your friends and family showing off your Indianapolis 500 pride and passion!
 

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Travel Channel Seeks Enthusiastic Indy 500 Fans For New Show
 
Travel Channel Seeks Enthusiastic Indy 500 Fans For New Show
Passionate Indianapolis 500 fans are encouraged to contact The Travel Channel to appear on a new show, Adam Richman's Fandemonium, celebrating great food, amazing tailgate setups, one-of-a-kind traditions and the best parties at “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.”
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