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Indianapolis, IN, 46221
Marion

8005896004

GO Express Travel Extended Shuttle operations.  This site is used to offer services which fall outside of our normal hours of operation, or areas of operation.

Sigma Phi Gamma

GO Express Travel - 800-589-6004

Airport Sedan Service

GO Express Travel welcomes Sigma Phi Gamma to Indianapolis this June! Take advantage of our amazing $55 sedan service between Indianapolis Airport and the Sheraton Indianapolis Hotel at Keystone Crossing. To make a reservation, please call 800-589-6004. We are offering an amazingly low rate of $55 each way and you can save an additional 10% with the discount code MARTINB. Call now and reserve today!

Visit Downtown Indianapolis

While you are in Indianapolis, you might as well take a sedan to downtown Indy to experience the fine dining, or do some shopping at our Circle Centre Mall!  Just call us up and make a reservation if you'd like to use our sedan service for this as well!  

Please feel free to take advantage of this discounted rate of $55 per hour (rate does not include gratuity to driver) for your entire convention.  This rate is considered an hourly rate, and is only for the ladies of Sigma Phi Gamma.  Feel free to enjoy what downtown Indianapolis has to offer, we will get you there!


A Unique Cultural Exhibit Opportunity!

Through Nov. 2, 2014

An army of thousands, buried for centuries, protecting an emperor’s tomb—come see the Terra Cotta Warriors in their only U.S. appearance in 2014! This exclusive exhibit tells the astounding story of the tomb complex of China’s first emperor, and features real Terra Cotta Warriors, considered by many to be the Eighth Wonder of the World. Examine more than 100 ancient artifacts and enjoy hands-on interactives that will let families become part of the research team and explore the scientific research underway that helps us picture the army in its original vibrant colors.