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Try It Tiny To Offer Unique Luxury Accommodations for Indianapolis 500 Fans at IMS

Try It Tiny and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway are introducing a luxury, pop-up Tiny House Hotel at the 102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil.

The Tiny House Hotel provides a new, innovative and boutique style of on-site accommodation for race attendees looking for a unique opportunity.

“We’re always looking to provide unique experiences for our guests, and the Tiny House Hotel is an exciting new offering in May during the Indianapolis 500,” IMS President J. Douglas Boles said. “This hotel may be tiny, but it will be big in luxury, amenities and fun for fans looking for a race weekend they’ll always remember.”

Each tiny house is packed with a host of amenities never before available to attendees, including a compact kitchen with high-end finishes, a modern bathroom, air conditioning, sleeping quarters and more. Interested fans can select from a mix of several different houses with varying layouts and options. Fifteen Tiny House spots will be located at IMS and available to customers for Race Weekend.

The Tiny House Hotel will be conveniently located on the track’s property from Thursday, May 24 until Monday, May 28. In addition to the accommodations, guests will enjoy four General Admission tickets to the race, on-site parking, a private concierge service and much more. The total cost for the weekend is $3,000.

Those interested in reserving or exploring the option of staying in the Tiny House Hotel are encouraged to visit IMS.com or call this IMS ticket office at 317-492-6700.

“As an Indiana-based company, we are very excited to bring our premier accommodation services to an event that touches all Hoosiers and race fans,” said Maggie Daniels, founder and CEO of Try It Tiny. “Try It Tiny looks forward to providing a luxury race experience at the Indy 500 for years to come.”

To learn more about the Tiny Houses at IMS, visit IMS.com/Glamping.



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