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ANNUAL REPORT:

INDIANA BLACK EXPO, INC.

CONTINUING THE LEGACY

2005

Youth & Family Programs Signature Fund Raisers Charitable Giving Financials

Brought To You By Indiana Black Expo, Inc. ­ Celebrating Black Culture Since 1970

MISSION

The mission of Indiana Black Expo, Inc. is to be an effective voice and vehicle for the social and economic advancement of AfricanAmericans.

VISION

Indiana Black Expo, Inc.'s vision is that African-American youth and families achieve their highest potential and reflect pride in their ethnicity and culture.

CORE VALUES

Integrity Accountability Trust Customer Service Quality Teamwork Indiana Black Expo, Inc. demonstrates accountability and integrity through its delivery of quality programs and events.

DIVERSITY STATEMENT

Indiana Black Expo, Inc. celebrates cultural diversity and inclusiveness across all races, ethnicities, nationalities, generations, socioeconomic levels and religious affiliations. We continue to strive for excellence by providing unique events and programs which reflect the changing landscape of Indiana and the world. Our commitment to excellence through personal enhancement and community development exemplify our dedication to improving the quality of life for all.

Mission, Vision Core Values

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Diversity Statement

Arvis Dawson Chairman of the Board

IT HAS BEEN QUITE A YEAR!

Indiana Black Expo, Inc. (IBE) is an ever-evolving organization, and it is difficult to imagine Indianapolis or Indiana in the last 35 years without considering the cultural impact IBE has had on the families in numerous communities throughout the state. And 2005 was another significant year, marked by a series of historic events, guests, and programs. As the organization's leaders, Board Chairman Arvis Dawson and President/CEO Joyce Q. Rogers, Esq., have seen tremendous community support in continuing the legacy of the late Rev. Charles Williams, and moving the organization to a higher level. "It is our volunteers, partners and sponsors who have supported our programs and events and have helped IBE to flourish," notes Dawson. "And the growth is measured in the number of men serviced by the Rev. Charles Williams Prostate Cancer Mobile Unit; the number of students that go to college through the IBE/Circle City Classic scholarship program; and the number of children receiving support at the statewide IBE Back to School Rallies and USA Funds `Unlock the Future' Program." One program that has taken on a life of its own is the IBE "State of Our Black Youth" Report, which has motivated communities across Indiana. It has sparked a renewed sense of duty to this state's youth and led to community meetings, and collaborations with educational, governmental, and civic organizations. Much like the vision of IBE, that African-American youth and families should strive to achieve their highest potential, this report raises questions regarding seven major issues that impact our community and charts a course for reaching our potential. When IBE began in 1970, the small group of community leaders envisioned an organization that would provide opportunities for African American businesses. Many asked, "Did they foresee this?" "Yes, I have talked with those who began this grassroots initiative," Rogers says. "They believed that IBE would become a landmark in our community, not just in Indianapolis but through our 11 statewide chapters, with the Greater Lafayette Chapter as our most recent addition." Programs like the National African American Tobacco Education Network took a look at the breadth of IBE and its chapters, and knew that it could accomplish the goal of reaching thousands of tobacco users and inform them on the ill-affects of smoking." Our forefathers and mothers believed that IBE could touch the lives of more than Indiana residents. This belief came to fruition in the form of a fundraiser, the "Make Your Dollar Count" Campaign, which was in response to the devastating affects of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on the Gulf Coast. Those attending events during the Circle City Classic weekend donated more than, $17,000 for students at historically Black colleges and universities in conjunction with the Tom Joyner Foundation. Since higher education is key for healthy families and a healthy community, the campaign, along with new partnerships with Indiana and Purdue universities, has given a fresh focus to IBE's efforts. `

Joyce Q. Rogers, Esq. President/CEO

These strides have not gone unnoticed. IBE's reach goes beyond those coming directly from our services. During the 12-month period, IBE generated more than seven million Web site hits, $12 million in publicity value, and garnered 140 million impressions throughout local, regional and national media. Unheard of for a nonprofit but not anymore.

Welcome

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Letter

YOUTH AND FAMILY PROGRAMS

PROGRAMS/EVENTS/SERVICES

IBE "State of Our Black Youth" Report, 2005

First annual report that presents local and statewide statistics for 14 communities -- Anderson, East Chicago, Elkhart, Evansville, Ft.Wayne, Gary, Hammond, Indianapolis, Jeffersonville, Kokomo, Lafayette, Muncie, South Bend and Terre Haute. IBE commissioned the report that the Indiana Youth Institute conducted.

Youth Video Institute

IBE's signature program, established in 1983, offers students ages 13-19 a chance to learn career-building skills in video and film production. 61 Participants

360 Degrees Television Show

The program is a 30-minute newsmagazine-style television show completely produced, directed and edited by teens, and dedicated to voicing the issues teens face everyday. Six shows produced (I'm Driving; Local Music; Health; Summer Recap; Not Today- Behind the Scenes; and Holiday). Five Special Productions ("Not Today" a short film production; Derwin Smiley Show, a 30-minute talk show series where parents, teachers and students can voice their concerns, opinions and advice; Links 10th Anniversary DVD; Indiana Black Expo, Inc. Summer Celebration Promotional Video; and the Circle City Classic Promotion Video).

Judge Glenda Hatchett unveils the State of Our Black Youth Report

Black History Month Celebration

Provides statewide educational activities in African-American history, and highlights African-American culture. 5,222 Statewide Attendees

IBE Back To School Rallies

IBE chapters provide renewed motivation and school supplies for each new school year. 9,085 Students Statewide

USA Funds® Unlock the Future® Program

Provides families with a greater understanding of the opportunities that exist for education beyond high school and the awareness that funding for these opportunities is available. 769 Students & Parents Statewide

We Can Feed the Hungry

Donates food baskets to families statewide; health screenings and toy donations are also provided in some chapter cities. 3,226 Families

Jermaine O'Neal/IBE Christmas Program

Collaborates to provide toys and a memorable holiday experience to underserved children from Central Indiana. 550 Children

Local IBE Pageants

Provides scholarships for participants who display academic excellence and a strong commitment to their local communities. 925 Young Ladies

Youth Video Institute

Youth & Family

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Programs

IBE/CCC Scholarship Program Awards

Annual scholarships to Indiana residents pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees. 146 Recipients

NAME COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY Charles Brown Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine Ruby Long IU School of Medicine Tamara Long IUPUI Camille Taylor Butler University Tori Morgan University of Southern Indiana Jesseca Ellis American Academy of Art La'Dasa Jones Indiana University Micah Tyler Tuskegee University Michael Manuel DePauw University Vicstachia Thomas Purdue University ­ Calumet Brandon Frazier Alabama A & M University Anthony Winston Tennessee State University Tariqah Nuriddin Purdue University Derek King Undecided Nicole Murphy IUPUI Uchechukwie Oba Indiana State University Ngouen Jean-Brice Indiana University ­ South Bend YaVonda Smalls Ball State University L'America Smith Indiana University Reginald Williams Indiana University Tyonka Perkins Butler University Paris Kingsberry Undecided Ashlei Sullivan University of Indianapolis Ashlee Talley Undecided George Ibekie Indiana University Jeniece Fleming Northwestern University Tory Caudle Xavier University Kelli Hackett Tennessee State University Darius Sparks Purdue University Crystal Brown Indiana University Ashley Cole Indiana University Axelle Atchade Indiana University Kimberly Congress Purdue University Meltonia Esther-Zubowski Undecided Melissa Campbell Ball State University Misty Blaine ITT Technical Natasha Brown Morgan State University Victoria Griffin Ball State University Margarette Griffin Ball State University Dana Harney Prairie View A & M University Jennifer Thomas Indiana University ­ South Bend Rachel Strong Purdue University Veronique Johnson Ball State University Yolonda Stonewall Indiana University ­ South Bend Joshua Cole Rose Hulman Institute of Technology Maria Stohlee University of Notre Dame Danny Harvey IUPUI Thy Nguyen University of Notre Dame Shanee Harrison IUPUI Josue Lopez IUPUI Jamesha Jones IUPUI Kristin Valentine Spelman College Shaunte' Brown Ivy Tech State College Ashley Lee Ivy Tech State College Kevin Jefferson IUPUI Erica Booker Ivy Tech State College Carlston Elliot IUPUI

Jermaine O'Neal/Indiana Black Expo, Inc. Christmas Program

We Can Feed the Hungry Back to School Rallies

Youth &Family

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Programs

YOUTH AND FAMILY PROGRAMS

(CONTINUED) Chapter Expos/Festivals and Luncheons

Honors local business and community leaders while providing fundraising opportunity for IBE chapters. 17,625 Attendees

Chapter Special Programs for Youth

Offers youth programs that include Project SOAR, Project Know/Pact, and Computers and Tutors to enhance youth literacy, geography, computer and conflict resolution skills. 535 Attendees

Andrew J. Brown Academy

Is currently in its third year of educating our youth. Received recognition for improved ISTEP scores. 572 Students (Grades K-7)

IBE Internship Opportunity Program

Gives firsthand career experience to current college undergraduate and graduate students in the fields of Fund Development, Event Planning, Volunteerism, Finance, Communications, Youth & Family Programming, Nonprofit and Contract Management. 11 Students Andrew J. Brown Academy

St. Alban's Baseball League

Supports youth participation in area teams and their All-Star Tournament aspirations via the St. Alban's Baseball League. 300 Participants

Rev. Charles Williams Prostate Cancer Mobile Unit

IBE Internship Opportunity Program

Youth & Family

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Programs

HEALTH AND SAFETY

Commit 2 Quit Anti-Tobacco Programs

Informs target audience of the harmful effects of tobacco use, and offers strategies to quit smoking or prohibiting tobacco use. Resolutions Statewide: 6034 Individuals Directly: 88,277 and Indirectly: 309,944

Stamp Out Syphilis Campaign

Assists the Marion County Health Department in the prevention and treatment of this epidemic. 100,000+ Participants

Race Against Prostate Cancer

This third-year fundraiser aims to increase education, testing and treatment of prostate cancer. 2,000 Race Participants; $101,000-Proceeds Raised

Rev. Charles Williams Prostate Cancer Mobile Unit

Travels directly to communities throughout the state to provide prostate cancer education and testing services, including blood pressure, body mass index, PSA and DRE screenings. 462 Serviced

Chapter Health Fairs

Educates and screens local citizens throughout the state on various health-related issues and illnesses. 4,765 Participants

PARTNERSHIPS

Youthlinks Indiana

Co-presented by Indiana Sports Corporation and IBE, the Youthlinks Indiana golf outing has generated more than $4.5 million for local individuals and youth-serving organizations, including Hoosier athletes, Evans Scholars, Indiana high school and college students, and various charities across the nation.

Stock Market Simulation

Race Against Prostate Cancer This partnership with the Indianapolis Star enables teachers of grades 3-12 to use the stock market to teach economics, social studies, math, computers and technology and involves teams of students investing an imaginary $100,000 in the market for the duration of the program. 1,500 Participants

MLK Essay Contest and Chapter Celebrations

This partnership with the Indiana Pacers educates and encourages research about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement. The contest helps develop the writing skills of students in grades 7­12. 6 Winners (571 Applicants); 5,545 Attendees Statewide

Health &

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Safety

SIGNATURE FUNDRAISERS

The Summer sizzled in Indianapolis! IBE's 35th Anniversary Summer Celebration ("Expo") drew over 300,000 people to the Mecca of arts, culture, education and entertainment for 10 days in July. Indianapolis was the destination for many as the place to be for the largest Black and Minority Health Fair, the Black Business Conference that featured the Black Enterprise Wealth Building Seminar, and the IBE Youth Summit, to name a few. In addition to the many activities and seminars, Summer Celebration was star studded with appearances by pastor Rev. Jamal Harrison Bryant, national recording artist Babyface, motivational speaker Les Brown, rapper David Banner and comedian/actor Don "DC" Curry. IBE was also proud to unveil the Rev. Charles Williams Prostate Cancer Mobile Unit, a state of the art traveling medical office offering PSA screenings across the state of Indiana. Other event highlights include the presentation by Judge Glenda Hatchett of the first IBE "State of Our Black Youth" Report conducted by the Indiana Youth Institute; and, the large-scale participation of the two of the state of Indiana's largest educational institutions, Purdue University and Indiana University. Summer Celebration was host to President George W. Bush at the Corporate Luncheon presented by Pacers Sports and Entertainment. This marked the first time a sitting president appeared at Summer Celebration. Luncheon attendees also heard from IBE's only living founder, Jim Cummings as he accepted the first Rev. Charles Williams Excellence Award. Currently, Summer Celebration is a 10-day event with over 25 programs that impact the city of Indianapolis by contributing $35 million directly to the city's economy. Apple Bottom & VOKAL Fashion Show

Gospel Explosion

President George W. Bush at the Corporate Luncheon

Celebrity Basketball Game

Summer

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Celebration

SUMMER CELEBRATION

EVENT

Dance Diaspora! IBE Movie Mini Film Fest Movie Premiere Children's Day Ecumenical Service Race Against Prostate Cancer Black Business Conference Rev. Charles Williams Benefit Golf Outing Children's Day at the Circus (Both days) UniverSoul Circus Employment Opportunity Fair Workshops Employment Opportunity Fair Corporate Luncheon Black & Minority Health Fair Holla Back Teen Forum State of Our Black Youth­Town Hall Meeting Cultural Arts Pavilion Kids' World Inner Spirit Pavilion Apple Bottom & VOKAL Fashion Show President's Reception United Way Volunteer Breakfast Celebrity Basketball Game Youth Summit Youth Entrepreneur Seminar E. Lynn Harris Book Signing A Celebration of Praise Church Service Music Heritage Festival I Music Heritage Festival II I Am A Champion Boxing Showcase 35th Anniversary Party Exhibit Hall

ATTENDANCE

300 700 800 2,500 1,910 2,000 1,833 124 4,000 25,000 131 1,500 3,200 119,041 500 150 20,000 1,500 3,000 1,500 1,200 600 10,000 300 25 600 12,500 7,000 70,000 200 1,700 55,000

Morris Day and the Time at the 35th Anniversary Party

TOTAL :

348,814

UniverSoul Circus

E. Lynn Harris Book Signing and Reading

StarQuest

Summer

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Celebration

CIRCLE CITY CLASSIC

The American Family Insurance Classic Weekend featuring the Coca-Cola Circle City Classic attracted more than 150,000 spectators who attended the football game, parade, and a myriad of events. More importantly, they experienced a showcase of cultural excellence, educational achievement, and the spirit, energy, and tradition of America's historically Black colleges and universities. On Oct. 1, more than 43,000 fans packed the RCA Dome as the North Carolina A&T State University Aggies defeated the Tennessee State University Tigers 16-3. Attendees enjoyed celebrity appearances and performances from a host of stars.

EVENT

American Family Insurance Classic Parade Coca-Cola Circle City Classic Football Game featuring the Caterpillar Battle of the Bands Coors Light Cabaret Classic Prayer and Praise Worship Service at Eastern Star Church Indianapolis Black Alumni Council College Fair presented by Eastern Star Church College Readiness Workshops Indianapolis Colts Classic Coaches Luncheon Featuring Bank One/Chase Major Taylor, Award recipient Dominique Dawes Horseshoe Casino and Caesar's Indiana Classic Gala Tyson Foods Classic Pep Rally Miss Circle City Classic Coronation presented by McDonald's Classic Youth Football and Cheerleading Clinic Classic Volunteer Appreciation Brunch presented by bright house Networks

ATTENDANCE

100,000 43,118 5,000 3,000 2,500 2,500 1,200 1,000 2,000 750 735 400

Total Attendance 2005

162,203

Tyson Foods Classic Pep Rally

Miss Circle City Classic Coronation presented by McDonald's®

Circle City Classic Scholarship Winners

Circle City 10 Classic

Indianapolis Black Alumni Council College Fair presented by Eastern Star Church

Classic Youth Football and Cheerleading Clinic

Coca-Cola Circle City Classic Football Game

American Family Insurance Classic Parade

College Readiness Workshops

Circle City 11 Classic

CIRCLE CITY CLASSIC

2005 ACHIEVEMENTS AND HIGHLIGHTS

· For a fourth consecutive year, IBE awarded more than $100,000 in scholarships to Indiana students through the Indiana Black Expo/Circle City Classic Scholarship Program at the Classic's Scholarship Reception sponsored by Allison Transmission. · Quarterly Classic College Readiness Workshops sponsored by USA Funds, Bank One, The Indianapolis Recorder, Raytheon, Carrier, Hoosier Lottery and Nelnet served more than 1,000 area high school students providing assistance with ACT and SAT preparation and valuable information about scholarships and financial aid. · The Hoosier Lottery presented Teresa Phillips and DeLoris Todd, athletic directors at Tennessee State and North Carolina A&T State universities, with the 2005 Classic Athletic Leadership Awards. Bank One/Chase · Greg Oden and Mike Conley Jr. of Indianapolis' Lawrence Major Taylor, Award recipNorth High School were among several area high school stuient Dominique Dawes dent-athletes who received a Classic High School StudentAthlete Achievement Award. Citizen's Gas and Coke presented the awards. · Danielle Richardson, a senior from Cathedral High School, was crowned Miss Circle City Classic 2005 at The Classic Coronation presented by McDonald's. The event was televised live throughout Central Indiana for the first time on the UPN network.

A WEEKEND FILLED WITH STARS

· Evansville native, and actress/model Michael Michele served as the Grand Marshal of the 2005 American Family Insurance Classic Parade, which also featured more than 100 entries, including the Tennessee State and North Carolina A&T State marching bands. The live WISH TV 8 parade telecast ranked No. 1 in the 10 a.m. to Noon time slot. · Dominique Dawes, received the 2005 Bank One/Chase Major Taylor Award at the Indianapolis Colts Classic Coaches Luncheon. · The 2005 Coca-Cola Circle City Classic football game included celebrity appearances and performances by Kirk Franklin, Kevon Edmonds, Twista, B5, Dominique Dawes, Michael Michele, Tim Hardaway, Kool Moe Dee, and DJ Kid Capri. · The Coors Light Cabaret featured classic R&B and rap performances by Lakeside, Dennis Edwards and The Temptations, Johnny Gill, and Bell Biv Devoe. · David Thornton and Montae Reagor of the Indianapolis Colts, several Colts cheerleaders and more than 700 participants attended the Classic's Youth Football and Cheerleading Clinic held at the Colts Complex. The Temptations

Circle City 12 Classic

DJ Kid Capri

Kevon Edmonds

American Family Insurance Classic Parade Grand Marshal Michael Michele

Kirk Franklin B5

Circle City 13 Classic

CHARITABLE GIVING

NEW STRATEGIES HELPED CONTINUE THE LEGACY

IBE's 11 chapters across the state invested considerably in the growth and development of their respective community programs and events. Each of them used the time, talent and treasures of all chapter members and volunteers to provide an effective response to local concerns. The combined chapters raised a total of $357,529 to continue the IBE legacy across the state. Retired Eli Lilly executive Andrew Crowe and his wife Janet hosted a special fundraiser in their home in June to raise funds for the Rev. Charles Williams Prostate Cancer Mobile Unit and to commemorate the late IBE president's valiant battle against prostate cancer. More than $10,000 was raised to help in the purchase of the medical screening mobile unit, only the second of its kind in the United States. Andy and Janet graciously provided tours of their beautiful British colonial style home full of eclectic, international décor. Andy also shared a touching personal account of his victory over the deadly disease. IBE's fight against prostate cancer consists of a public awareness campaign that encourages regular medical check-ups for early detection of the disease for men over 40. In October, IBE reached out to Circle City Classic guests with the Make Your Dollar Count Campaign, which was created to raise funds for hurricane victims. It generated $17,000 in individual cash donations when event organizers passed the bucket at various Classic weekend venues. Donors eagerly came to the aid of victims of one of America's worst natural disasters.

Chapter of the Year

The Muncie chapter worked diligently to expand its membership, program, community involvement, and visibility. The chapter's year round activities include: · The largest health fair in its city with more than 100 booths. · The largest corporate luncheon of any of the chapter cities with close to 700 people in attendance. · Sixteen community leaders recognized for community involvement. · Thirteen corporations and organizations recognized for diversity achievements. · A 2005 agreement with two youth centers to build its youth program. · Activities to facilitate the Black History Month and the Martin Luther King celebrations, and bring cultural activities to its city. · A scholarship pageant with workshops and five outings to teach young ladies age 14-21 the skills necessary to achieve success and a positive image. Fourteen girls participated in 2005, and five scholarships totaling $4,000 were awarded. · Senior women recognized with a pageant for "maturing adult women", and a "Little Miss" pageant. · Community stewardship by giving to other organizations financial support. · Sponsorship of a high school and a middle school. The chapter paid for a historical mosaic for a troubled school's walls. · Gives to the IBE annual giving fund and participates in many state-sponsored activities.

ANNUAL GIVING CAMPAIGN

Jay Smith & Lucia Spears John Aaron, Jr. Akindolapo Akinwande Cecelia Boler Richard & Nadine Bonds Dr. Philip Borst Michael Curtis Geraldine Hawkins Tissia & Charles Henderson William Leon Hill Beverly Polk Richard D. Stewart Betty Jo Williams Alan L. Henderson Emmanuel Harris Amy & Clay Robbins Michael T. Green Sherry L. W. McCoy Frank Raglin Jazie Ray Cleotha F. Moore John G. Ellis Jim & Jackie Morris Bessie W. Garrett Don Tanselle Freddy L. Bolton Monica Hare Tony Allu

CHAPTER TRAININGS

Officer's Leadership Video Conference ­ 97 Participants Statewide Conference ­200 Participants President's Roundtable ­ 37 Participants

LICENSE PLATES

During 2005, Indiana residents continued to "show pride in their rides" with the purchase more than 2,000 IBE license plates.

MEMBERSHIPS

2,500 Statewide Membership continues to provide IBE with a strong organizational support base while enhancing fundraising opportunities for the organization. Located in cities across Indiana (Anderson, East Chicago, Elkhart, Evansville, Fort Wayne, Gary, Greater Lafayette, Indianapolis, Kokomo, Muncie, South Bend), Indiana Black Expo chapters are changing communities and making a difference in their respective cities. Andrew and Janet Crowe hold the Indianapolis Foundation check presented to IBE for the Rev. Charles Williams Mobile Cancer Unit

Charitable 14 Giving

2005 SPONSORS & CONTRIBUTORS

SUMMER CELEBRATION

AARP American Heart Association Allison Transmission Allstate Insurance Al Brown Productions & Assoc., Inc. American Family Insurance Anheuser Busch Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield Apple Bottom Arthur Jordan Foundation Arts Council of Indianapolis Ball State University Bayer Health Care Being Single Magazine The Black Cowboys Black Enterprise Magazine bright house Networks Capital Improvement Board Carrier Corporation Casino Association of Indiana Central Indiana Cancer Centers Chase Christel DeHaan Family Foundation Cinergy The Cinergy Foundation Citizens Gas & Coke Utility City of Indianapolis Clarian Health Partners Clear Channel The Clowes Fund, Inc. Coca-Cola Comcast Community Health Network Coors Brewing Co. Crispus Attucks Museum Cummins Inc. Dale Davis Foundation & Figaro Films Daimler Chrysler Davis Homes Delphi Delco Electronics Delta Faucet Dona Stokes-Lucas Downtown Park and Shuttle Efroymson Fund, of the Central Indiana Community Foundation Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art Eli Lilly & Company Emmis Communications Enterprise Rent-a-Car (the official rental car of Summer Celebration) FedEx Fifth Third Bank First Indiana Bank Full Circle Entertainment GEO Foundation Glaxo Smith Kline Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce Hamilton Exhibits Hardee's Harmon Construction Heart & Soul Magazine The Heart Center of Indiana Herron School of Art and Design Hewlett Packard Hoosier Lottery Hunt Construction Ice Miller IKON Indiana African American Genealogy Group Indiana Arts Commission Indiana Attorney General Office Indiana Civil Rights Commission Indiana Criminal Justice Institute Indiana Department of Administration Indiana Department of Commerce Indiana Department of Economic Development Indiana Deptartment of Natural Resources Indiana Dept. of Transportation Indiana Family and Social Services Administration Indiana Historical Society Indiana Minority Health Coalition, Inc. Indiana Museum of African American History Indiana Office of Tourism Development­ EnjoyIndiana.com Indiana State Department of Health Indiana State Fair Commission Indiana State Museum Indiana State Police Indiana Tobacco Prevention & Cessation Indiana University Indianapolis Art Center IMA-It's My Art Indianapolis Power & Light Company The Indianapolis Recorder Indianapolis Zoo Irwin Mortgage Company IU Cancer Center IUPUI Jack Utsick Presents John Deere JP Morgan Chase Lilly Endowment Locke Reynolds Majestic Star Casino Marian County Health Department Martin Center Mays Chemical Co., Inc. MC Promotions, Inc./ABP McDonald's Michelob National Heritage Academies National Wine & Spirits Nationwide Insurance NCAA Nelnet NIPSCO Nordstrom Novartis NUVO Office of Cultural Tourism One America Osco Drug Pacers Sports & Entertainment Pfizer Purdue University Radio One - Indianapolis Red Lobster Regions Bank Ronald McDonald House Charities RX for Indiana Safeway Foods SBC SimDesk Smee's Sommer Barnard Attorneys, PC Sport Graphics Printing (the official printers of Indiana Black Expo, Inc.) St. Francis St. Vincent Indianapolis Hospital State Farm Insurance Thomson Electronics Turner Construction Urbane D'Art Union Federal Bank United Water UPS Upscale Magazine USA Funds Vectren Corporation Veolia Water Indianapolis Verizon Wireless (the official wireless provider of Summer Celebration) Vincennes University Voice VOKAL Walgreens W.C. Griffith Charitable Trust Wishard Health Services WISH TV Ch. 8 (Live broadcast of Corporate Luncheon) WTHR TV Ch. 13 Smooth Jazz 100.9 WYJZ

CIRCLE CITY CLASSIC

American Family Insurance Hoosier Lottery McDonald's Radio One City of Indianapolis Coca-Cola bright house Networks Carrier Caterpillar Comcast Indianapolis Recorder United Water USA Funds Veolia Water Allison Transmission JP Morgan Chase Citizen's Gas Caesar's Indiana Coors Brewing Co. Indianapolis Convention and Visitors Association Eastern Star Church Horseshoe Casinosociation Indiana Criminal Justice Institute Traffic Safety Division Indianapolis Colts Nelnet Remy Martin The Heavyweights Tyson Foods WISH TV Ch. 8 Gold Sponsor Eli Lilly IPL Kroger St. Vincent Hospital The Indianapolis Star Emmis Communications Markey's Audio Visual Raytheon Madame Walker Theatre Center Promotus Advertising Silver Sponsor Delphi Delco Bronze Sponsors Ford Irwin Mortgage Indianapolis Marion County Public Library Simon Black Data Processors Youth Ticket Sponsors Alerding and Co., LLC Black Coaches Association Brightpoint Rolls Royce NCAA Hotel Partners Hilton Indianapolis Crown Plaza Hotel Hyatt Hotel Indianapolis Marriott Downtown Hotel Omni Severin Hotel Westin Hotel Basketball Showcase Sponsors bright house Networks City Securities Corporation Comcast Indianapolis Hampton Inn Downtown Hoosier Basketball Magazine The Indianapolis Recorder Nike Pearl and Ivy Catering Radio One Indianapolis Southport High School Sport Graphics Printing Texas Roadhouse 3D Trophy Voice College Readiness Workshop Location Sponsors Arlington High School North Central High School Pike High School Northwest High School Indiana Convention Center

Sponsors & 15 Contributors

INDIANA BLACK EXPO, INC.

Annual Report (Financial Information) December 31, 2005 AND 2004 ASSETS Cash Cash, temp. restricted Accounts receivable Unconditional promise to give Prepaid expenses Property and equipment Collections TOTAL 2005 1,441,800 150,000 203,773 35,665 16,851 707,134 9,980 2,565,203 2004 873,550 150,000 435,313 53,555 11,288 661,822 9,980 2,195,508 REVENUE, GAINS, AND OTHER SUPPORT Programs and events Circle City Classic Contributions and grants Memberships and license plates Interest income Rental income Other Total 2005 2,541,076 2,384,654 2,235,140 76,909 22,542 8,715 148,242 7,417,278 2004 1,931,846 2,458,365 1,802,807 68,297 4,210 7,159 35,451 6,308,135

ASSET COMPARISON

REVENUE COMPARISON

Assets & 16 Revenues

ACTIVITIES 2005

Revenue, Gains, and Other Support Programs and events Circle City Classic Contributions and grants Memberships and license plates Interest income Rental income Other Net Assets released from restrictions (Notes 8 and 9) Net Revenue, Gains, and Other Support Expenses: Youth Programs Circle City Classic Summer Celebration Other Programs Total Program Expenses Management and general Chapter membership and development Total Expenses Change in net assets Net assets, beginning of year Unrestricted 2,541,076 2,384,654 2,235,140 76,909 22,542 8,715 148,242 7,417,278 7,417,278 1,107,331 2,304,309 1,974,760 329,037 5,715,437 1,159,772 173,603 7,048,812 368,466 1,730,436 Temporarily Restricted 150,000 Total 2,541,076 2,384,654 2,235,140 76,909 22,542 8,715 148,242 7,417,278 7,417,278 1,107,331 2,304,309 1,974,760 329,037 5,715,437 1,159,772 173,603 7,048,812 368,466 1,880,436

Net assets, end of year

2,098,902

150,000

2,248,902

2004

Revenue, Gains, and Other Support Programs and events Circle City Classic Contributions and grants Memberships and license plates Interest income Rental income Other Net Assets released from restrictions (Notes 8 and 9) Net Revenue, Gains, and Other Support Expenses: Youth Programs Circle City Classic Summer Celebration Other Programs Total Program Expenses Management and general Chapter membership and development Total Expenses Change in net assets Net assets, beginning of year Unrestricted 1,931,846 2,458,365 1,802,807 68,297 4,210 7,159 35,451 6,308,135 168,747 6,476,882 902,073 2,336,161 1,492,677 280,355 5,011,266 1,040,371 166,898 6,218,535 258,347 1,472,089 Temporarily Restricted (168,747) (168,747) (168,747) 318,747 Total 1,931,846 2,458,365 1,802,807 68,297 4,210 7,159 35,451 6,308,135 6,308,135 902,073 2,336,161 1,492,677 280,355 5,011,266 1,040,371 166,898 6,218,535 89,600 1,790,836

Net assets, end of year

1,730,436

150,000

1,880,436

Activities 17 2004-2005

CASH FLOW

CASH FLOW FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES:

Change in net assets Adjustments to reconcile change in net assets to cash provided by operating activities: Provision for doubtful accounts Depreciation Net change in assets and liabilities: (Increase) decrease in: Receivables Unconditional promises to give Prepaid expenses Increase (decrease) in: Accounts payable Accrued payroll Net change provided by Operating Activities Cash Flows From Investing Activities: Purchase of equipment Cash Flows From Financing Activities: Payments on capital lease obligations Net change in line of credit Net Cash Used in Financing Activities Net Increase In Cash Cash, beginning of year Cash, end of year Supplemental Cash Flow Information: Interest paid

2005

368,466

2004

89,600

19,453 74,805 (2,110) 212,087 20,000 (5,563) (10,486) 11,715 688,367 (80,299) (4,646) (4,646) 603,422 1,023,550 1,626,972 -

4,306 114,659 (1,962) (134,308) 30,500 536 40,649 22,053 166,033 (94,851) (16,426) (16,426) 54,756 968,794 1,023,550 25

FINANCIAL POSITION

ASSETS

Cash Cash, temp. restricted Accounts receivable Unconditional promise to give Prepaid expenses Property and equipment Collections TOTAL ASSETS Liabilities and Net Assets Liabilities: Accounts payable Accrued payroll TOTAL LIABILITIES Net assets: Unrestricted: Designated (Note 7) Undesignated Temporarily restricted (Notes 8 and 9) TOTAL NET ASSETS TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

2005

1,441,800 150,000 203,773 35,665 16,851 707,134 9,980 2,565,203

2004

873,550 150,000 435,313 53,555 11,288 661,822 9,980 2,195,508

218,731 97,570 316,301

229,217 85,855 315,072

100,000 1,998,902 150,000 2,248,902 2,565,203

100,000 1,630,436 150,000 1,880,436 2,195,508

Cash Flow & 18 Financial Position

RESOURCES

2006 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

INDIANA BLACK EXPO, INC. OFFICERS

Arvis Dawson, Chairman, Elkhart Atty. Tanya Hatfield-Bell, Executive Vice Chairman, Indianapolis Dr. Charles Green, Nominating Committee Chair, Fort Wayne Terri Falker, Treasurer, Indianapolis Atty. Cleo Washington, Corporate Attorney, South Bend Leroy Robinson, Northern Region Vice Chair, Elkhart Vernon Williams, Central Region Vice Chair, Indianapolis Tony Kirkland, Southern Region Vice Chair, Evansville Steve Jones, Secretary, Indianapolis

INDIANA BLACK EXPO, INC. DIRECTORS

Joe Anderson, East Chicago Rev. Paul Barrett, Lafayette Dr. Ray Henderson, Indianapolis Debbie Clark, South Bend Marilyn Goree, Anderson Steven Jones, Indianapolis Jim Joseph, Kokomo Ben Clement, Gary Randall Lewis, Indianapolis Rep. William Crawford, Indianapolis James Miller, Gary Matthew Murphy, Indianapolis Lacy Johnson, Indianapolis Marc Outlaw, Fort Wayne Shirley Erby, Muncie Willie Stroman, Kokomo Terra Foster, East Chicago

2006 IBE Board of Directors

INDIANA BLACK EXPO, INC. STAFF

Office of the President/CEO Joyce Q. Rogers, Esq., President/CEO Lynna Townsend, Executive Assistant Finance Department Monica Hare, Controller Filmore Artis, Staff Aide/Maintenance Hulian Campbell, Staff Accountant KaSandra Williams, Office Administrator/Accounts Receivable Marketing and Sales Department Denise Herd, Vice President of Marketing and Sales Marcia Bennett, General Manager of Special Events Alpha Garrett, Director of Communications Helen Haynes, Director of Chapter Development Colleen Heeter, Director of Fund Development Nicole George, Special Events Coordinator Veronica Kendrick, Executive Assistant/Human Resources Stacia Murphy, Fund Development Coordinator Rachele Salary, Communications Coordinator Youth and Family Programs Department Tanasha Anders, Vice President of Youth and Family Programs Kara Endsley, Director of Special Projects Ryan Bennett, Youth Video Institute Coordinator/ 360 Degrees Producer Quiana Graham, Program Assistant Vanessa Scruggs, Volunteer & Community Relations Coordinator

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CIRCLE CITY CLASSIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

William Crawford Arvis Dawson Tom King Tony Mason William Mays Marsha Oliver Andrew Paine George Pillow Joyce Rogers Joseph Slash Susan Williams

CIRCLE CITY CLASSIC STAFF

Tony Mason, Executive Director Tony McGee, Director of Fund Development Tiffany Turner, Coordinator of Youth Initiative & Fund Development Kim Pennycuff, Executive Assistant Jim Fletcher, Special Projects Coordinator Carl Hendricks, Ticket Manager Janice Cole, Housing Specialist/Office Support T.C. Watson, Security/ Office Support Patric Scott Karen Applewhite Ida Edelin Jim Conn Ernestine Smith

Indiana Black Expo, Inc. 3145 N. Meridian Street Indianapolis, Indiana 46208 317-925-2702 www.indianablackexpo.com

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