Circle City Connect

Casey Bolsega, Sponsorship Director

Casey Bolsega, Sponsorship Director

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Casey Bolsega

Tells us a little about yourself.

I was born and raised on the Southside of Indianapolis where I still reside. I’m married to my best friend, Libby who I went to high school with but never dated until I graduated college. We will be celebrating our five-year anniversary in May 2018. No children of our own yet, but we have two rescue dogs and an abundance of nieces and nephews we spoil. I currently work for Cox Digital Marketing as a digital strategist where I help businesses of all shapes and sizes remain relevant in the ever-changing digital marketing landscape. My wife and I love traveling and experiencing different cultures and most importantly their food. When it’s warm out, you can find me at Sweetwater Lake floating on a raft with an ice-cold beverage in my hand. I’m also a big Indianapolis 500 fan and have been to 28 races and counting.

What is one thing about yourself that would surprise people?

I minored in German in college and studied in Munich for six weeks.

What is your biggest pet peeve?

I can’t stand to wear flip flops that have the “thong” in between the toes. Slides only for me!

What was your favorite TV show/book growing up?

 South Park. I’m still a little surprised my mom let me watch it when she did but I’ve been hooked ever since. I’ve seen every episode, at least once, and still to this day watch the new seasons.

What is your favorite cereal (or breakfast food)?

I don’t eat a lot of cereal but when I was younger it was Cookie Crisp and Reese’s Puffs.

If you could have one superpower, what would it be and why?

Simple. To be able to talk to animals, specifically dogs.

Why did you want to get involved with Circle City Connect?

I wanted to get involved with an organization that would allow me to give back to the city that has given me so much. CCC will give me the opportunity to connect with other people who share the same sentiment, both professionally and personally, while working with them to enrich the great city of Indianapolis.