Arriving by Plane
Our offices are 5 miles from Evansville Regional Airport (EVV).
International airport distances:
- Louisville, KY (SDF) - 121 miles
- Indianapolis, IN (IND) - 159 miles
- Nashville, TN (BNA) - 163 miles
- St. Louis, MO (STL) - 177 miles
If you are flying in to Evansville to inspect equipment, we would be happy to pick you up from the airport and return you to either the airport or your hotel. Let your sales representative know how we can help.
Otherwise, there are several car rental agencies located in the airport terminal.
Arriving by Car
Our corporate headquarters is located between U.S. Highway 41 and I-69 at:3001 Maxx Road
Evansville, IN 47711 USA Get Directions
Hotels Near Our Offices
Evansville is the largest city in Southern Indiana and the third-largest city in the state. It is the regional center for a large trade area in Indiana, Kentucky, and Illinois. The broad economic base of the region has helped to build an economy which is known for its stability, diversity, and vitality. Situated on a gentle horseshoe bend on the Ohio River, it is often referred to as "River City". During your visit, please enjoy everything our city has to offer.
We Recommend You Visit
Numerous restaurants featuring Italian, Mediterranean, Korean, Spanish, Chinese and local cuisine. Nightlife can be found at several bars, restaurants and nightclubs. Local artwork and exhibits can be seen at the Arts Council Bower-Surheinrich Gallery. Antiques, gift shops, and much more provide ample shopping experiences in Downtown.Visit Website
Historic Bosse Field is the third oldest baseball stadium in the United States and was the site of the filming of "League of Our Own" and home to the Evansville Otters. Grass playing surface, lights and covered chair back seating for 5181.Visit Website
Authentic WWII warship open for tours Tuesdays-Sundays and Mondays from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Called the ship that won the war by Churchill, the LSTs were essential in sea-to-land invasions. She is also the "Last of the Class" meaning she is the only operational LST in existence.Visit Website
Victoria is a private 18-hole golf course that was designed by world-famous course architect Tom Fazio. Victoria National ranked #47 in Golf Digest's Top 100 Greatest Courses. Hosted USGA Senior Amateur Championship and Women's Senior Golf Tour.Visit Website
Located on the Ohio River in downtown Evansville, the riverboat casino features three levels of Las Vegas-style gaming action. Over one thousand slot machines offer a variety of play from $0.01 to $100. Table games include Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Spanish 21, Three Card Poker, Bonus Let It Ride Poker, Omaha, plus a live Poker Room.Visit Website
Famous for hosting one of the largest street festivals in the United States. Franklin Street is home to some of the best bars in Evansville, famous local restaurants, and shopping.Visit Website
The Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science houses a $10 million permanent art collection ranging from 16th century paintings to modern sculptures by world-renowned artists. National and local traveling exhibits are available year-round. The children's learning and exploration center and renovated Koch Planetarium offer educational fun for all ages.Visit Website
The multiple-use Pigeon Creek Greenway Passage, when completed, will make a 42-mile paved circuit of Evansville and will be suitable for walking, jogging, and bicycling, passing through a canoe launch area, riverfront corridor and parks, close to wetlands, and the Wesselman Woods Nature Preserve. Linking communities and providing a natural refuge from busy streets, the Greenway will be a linear park and trail system that ultimately extends into adjacent counties and ties into the American Discovery Trail (an interstate system of trails that cross the U.S.).Visit Website
Wesselman Woods Nature Preserve is a National Natural Landmark and a State Nature Preserve with over 190 acres of virgin bottomland hardwood forest, providing the prefect atmosphere for relaxing nature walks. The Nature Center features exhibits, events, wildlife observation areas, meeting rooms a library and a gift shop.Visit Website
Indiana's oldest zoo extends over 50 acres on Evansville’s northwest side and is home to more than 700 animals from around the globe. Throughout the zoo, thousands of exotic and regional botanic species adorn hillsides and animal exhibits. Pathways bloom and grow with local and exotic trees and plants. Open 365 days a year.Visit Website