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Looks Like Indy’s Luck is Changing

January 6, 2012

It must have been tough living through this football season as a fan of the Indianapolis Colts. Once future hall of fame quarterback, Peyton Manning went out for the season with a neck injury, all Colts fans had to look forward to was the Indianapolis 500 auto race, and it’s not till May. It didn’t have to be that way. When the New England Patriots lost quarterback Tom Brady on the first series of the 2008 season, they still went 11-5. With players like Joseph Addai, Dallas Clark, Dwight Freeney, Jeff Saturday and Reggie Wayne, there’s no way Johnny Unitas’ old team from a different city should have started 0-13.

Perhaps the loss of Manning’s leadership caused some disengagement among enough co-workers to sink the season, or maybe they employed a strategy to “Suck for Luck.” Andrew Luck, that is. The Colts are expected to select the Stanford QB as the #1 pick in the upcoming NFL draft. That decision presents the team with an interesting workforce management dilemma. Do they replace a highly paid high performer with an unproven, but cheaper alternative? We’ll see, but either way, Indianapolis fans have something to feel good about for next Fall.

Until then, they have something to feel good about right now, and that’s the opening of the Kronos Technology Center in downtown Indy and about 250 high-tech jobs over the next 3 years! We’ve already hired over 25 employees and the grand opening wasn’t until this week! Below is some video of the event, and here’s a link to jobs in the tech center and all over the US and the world. Hey, maybe we can help Mr. Manning out if he gets down on his luck…

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