The show was advertised on the Beckett webpage as 40 tables with free admission. My son and I pulled into the American Legion to find a Cub Scout ceremony going on. I feared we made the trip for nothing, but someone informed us the card show was in the other banquet room. The atmosphere was very laid back with very few people there. It did not take us long to go through the tables. Quite a few of the dealers only had football and basketball cards, which is understandable since Indy is home to the Pacers and Colts. I did luck out and find a dealer who had 2 3000 count boxes full of dime cards that were mostly inserts or parallels. There were some football and basketball mixed in, but at least the baseball cards were group by brands.
I managed to pull 67 cards from the 2 boxes in about 45 minutes. I must have been one of the few baseball collectors there because the dealer was thrilled someone was buying his baseball cards. I pulled quite a few cards for other team collectors, but I was able to score some Cardinals for my pc. Unlike the shows I attend in the St. Louis area, the Cardinals were also a dime.
These Finest refractors are from 2014.