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Claude B. Kendall

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Background Information

Employment History

Owner

Key West Shrimp House


Owner

Madison Avenues Key West Shrimp House


Web References(6 Total References)


Miracle Mile Parade - Indianapolis, Indiana

www.miraclemileparade.com [cached]

In 1957, to be exact when Claude B. Kendall, owner of the Key West Shrimp House had a vision to bring families to the greater south side of Indianapolis to enjoy fine dining, great entertainment and an evening in the amphitheater at Garfield Park.
Through his leadership and a partnership with the Madison Avenue Businessmen Association, the "Miracle Mile Parade" was first formed.


www.indystar.com

Back in the 1950s, the Miracle Mile Parade was the brainchild of Claude B. Kendall, owner of Madison Avenues Key West Shrimp House.
His vision was to create an event that would draw families to the Southside to enjoy the communitys amenities many of which were located on the Miracle Mile, a strip of Madison Avenue between Southern and Sumner avenues. Kendall, in cooperation with the Madison Avenue Businessmens Association, organized the inaugural Miracle Mile Parade, and it was a huge success.


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According to the Miracle Mile Parade Web site at miraclemileparade.com, the Miracle Mile Businessman Association started the Miracle Mile Parade in 1957 through the leadership of Key West Shrimp House owner Claude B. Kendall.


Miracle Mile Parade

www.gatewaybusinessalliance.com [cached]

In 1957, Claude B. Kendall, owner of the Key West Shrimp House had a vision to bring families to the greater south side of Indianapolis to enjoy fine dining, great entertainment and an evening in the amphitheater at Garfield Park.
Through his leadership and partnership with the Madison Avenue Businessmen Association the "Miracle Mile Parade" was formed.


Miracle mile | IndyStar.com

www.indystar.com [cached]

On Sept. 1, Gateway will celebrate the rebirth of the Miracle Mile Parade, first held in 1957 and the brainchild of Claude B. Kendall, owner of Key West Shrimp House, along with the Madison Avenue Businessmen Association.


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