Not many people recognize the dark-haired, slightly built man who wanders the halls of Lucas Oil Stadium during the Indianapolis Colts’ home games. Back in 2006, when he shelled out $122 million for naming rights of the yet-to-be-built stadium, no one knew who he was. They do now: Forrest Lucas, whose humble beginnings didn’t stifle his ambition to make a difference in the world. It was a blender and some experimentation with oil additives that thrust the Hoosier entrepreneur into the ownership of Lucas Oil Products, a worldwide seller of automotive lubricants, additives and greases.
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