The question is not really why you would join the Antelope Club but rather why would you not. The Antelope Club is a friendly, casual place for you and your guests to hang out, have a drink, or eat a meal. Before long you'll be on a first-name basis with the awesome staff as well as lots of new 'loper' friends. Lopers--Antelope Club members--are a remarkably diverse collection of people; you'll find every possible demographic represented. Membership in the Club is open to anyone 21 years of age or older regardless of gender, ethnicity, nationality, political affiliation, or religious beliefs. Dues are $200 a year.
At the Antelope Club you are equally likely to rub elbows with a business owner or a carpenter or an elected official or a media personality or an office worker or a retiree. As a result the possibilities here for networking or just for great camaraderie are through the roof. The upshot of this extraordinary mix of people and casual ambiance is an opportunity for great conversation, sipping cocktails on the upper balcony, enjoying wonderful meals in the dining room or at the bar, listening to music on the patron-driven inhouse sound system, savoring a smoke in the cigar lounge, watching Colts games or other events on the numerous large-screen televisions, and much more. In addition the Club frequently hosts special events. Check out the EVENTS portion of this website to see what's happening.
Some specific benefits of membership include lunch and dinner served 6 days a week (plus Sundays when the Colts play), brunch served on Saturdays, a full service bar with frequent tasting parties, free Wi-Fi, a fine selection of cigars available in the lounge humidor, and convenient free downtown parking.
If you're still considering if the Antelope Club is truly for you, stop by for lunch; the Club is open to the general public for lunch Monday through Friday. Take a walk through the establishment, chat with a few Club members or staff, and generally get a feel for the place. If you still have questions, please feel free to contact Brad Klopfenstein [317-632-5541; email@example.com], the Club's general manager and chief antelope wrangler.
Ready to join? Stop in anytime during regular business hours and request an application form at the bar. Submit the completed form with your first-year dues payment of $200. You will need two current Antelope Club members to sponsor you, but if you don't already know any members introductions can be made. New membership applications are reviewed and approved by the Antelope Club Board of Directors at the monthly board meeting.