“Voice Of The 500” Paul Page To Speak At Huntingburg

Paul Page
Paul Page

From Nick Stevens/Huntingburg Chamber of Commerce 

Huntingburg, IN –Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Voice, Paul Page will be the speaker at Huntingburg Chamber of Commerce’s 20th Annual Luncheon & Meeting on June 10th. The event is open to the public.

The Chamber will present the annual report to its members, along with goals for the rest of 2014-15, and will recognize its new, existing, and exiting board members and officers. The Chamber will also present the Golden Leaf Award, which will be awarded to individual for outstanding service to the interests and development of the city of Huntingburg.

The luncheon will begin at 11:30 a.m. at the Huntingburg Event Center on June 10, 2014. For companies that would like to display their products or services during the event we have Corporate Display tables available for $50.00. Cost of the luncheon is $30 per person or $200 for a table of 8.  Reservations should be made by contacting the Chamber office at (812) 683-5699 or email info@huntingburgchamberofcommerce.org by June 3rd.

Page has returned to Indianapolis to be chief announcer of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network, a role he also held from 1977-87.

Page will serve as the lead voice on IMS Radio Network broadcasts of the Indianapolis 500 and all other IndyCar Series Races on terrestrial stations nationwide, Sirius XM Satellite Radio, indycar.com and other INDYCAR app from Verizon. The Indianapolis 500 race broadcast also is available globally on the American Forces Radio Network and LeSEA Broadcasting.

Indiana native Page moved to television to become the lead announcer of NBC and ABC-ESPN’s coverage of CART and the IndyCar Series from 1979-2004. He led an admired and respected booth trio with three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Bobby Unser and Indianapolis 500 Veteran Sam Posey during part of the tenure. Page then became the lead announce for NHRA Drag Racing coverage on ESPN2 from 2006-12 while also serving as a color commentator for the IMS Radio Network from 2009-13.

Page and his wife, former IMS Radio Network pit reporter Sally Larvick, live in Indianapolis. They have a son, a daughter and two grandchildren.

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