Gov. Holcomb to Break Ground on New HQ, Patient Center 

INDIANAPOLIS – Governor Eric J. Holcomb will join executives of Conquer Paralysis Now (CPN) as well as representatives of the city of Carmel and Indianapolis Motor Speedway tomorrow at 2 p.m. to break ground on the organization’s new headquarters and DRIVEN NeuroRecovery Center in central Indiana.

Last week, CPN, which is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing spinal cord injury research and treatment, announced plans to invest $21.4 million to establish operations at the former Five Seasons Sports Club facility in Carmel. The new space will house CPN’s headquarters operations, which will be relocated from Las Vegas once complete, as well as its second DRIVEN Neurorecovery Center, designed to provide fitness, wellness and rehabilitation for people affected by paralysis and other neurological conditions.

The organization, which was founded by former Indianapolis 500 driver and part owner of the Arrow McLaren racing team in the NTT INDYCAR Series Sam Schmidt, expects to begin providing client services in 2024 and plans to create up to 40 new jobs in Indiana by the end of 2026.