TV series features ‘unique’ Fishers business


An Emmy-nominated television series has touched down in Fishers, focusing on Hub & Spoke at 8100 E. 106th St., Suite 260. Now, the show “Selling Indianapolis” is looking for other local businesses to highlight.

According to Andy Liechty, one of the hosts for the new show debuting on The American Dream TV Network, the network is looking to interview and share the stories of the businesses, organizations, CEOs and philanthropists who make Hamilton County “a special place to live.” The show will air locally on cable, Amazon Fire, Apple TV and Roku.

“The show is about lifestyles, culture and real estate in the northern Indianapolis area, but specifically focusing on Hamilton County,” Liechty said. “We try to focus on places that offer cool or different opportunities for residents to engage with their community.”

The 30-minute, commercial-free show features new episodes every other month. The most recent one featuring Hub & Spoke is expected to air Dec. 10.

Liechty said the network chose to feature Hub & Spoke because of its “uniqueness.”

“As a host, I’ve been trying to focus on unique places in Hamilton County that offer cool opportunities,” Liechty said. “A friend of mine knew (Hub & Spoke founder) David Decker and figured the larger community of Hamilton County might not know about the rich educational content connected with Hub & Spoke.”

Hub & Spoke is a unique 94,000-square-foot mixed-use development and partnership with the City of Fishers. It includes a Design Center with retail showrooms, coworking space and a state-of-the-art makerspace. The Hub & Spoke Institute includes a community workshop, innovation lab and art studio offering STEAM-based, hands-on experiential learning with an emphasis on skilled workforce development.

Liechty’s goal for “Selling Indianapolis” is that the publicity for the Fishers area will bring the community together.

“I hope the show will help people get more involved with their community,” Liechty said. “By highlighting neat businesses in the area, we can help support both the businesses and the community as a whole.”

Liechty is looking for businesses and people to feature on the show. To submit a business or a person for consideration, email Liechty at [email protected], message him on Facebook at or call 317-340-2056.