Todd Blue has been CEO of The indiGO Auto Group since 2010. As the founder and CEO of the company, he also currently serves on indiGO’s board of directors. Todd began his career joining Luria Brother’s (a division of Connell Limited Partnership) Chicago office as an account executive in 1992 within its steel-mill-service and trading group. He later joined Louisville Scrap Material Company in 1994 where he served as Vice President of Commercial Trading. After partnering to purchase the company and its affiliates, he later sold most of its assets to Progress Rail for whom Todd served as the metals division’s Executive Vice President between 1998 & 2000. Todd joined Cobalt Ventures LLC (which he previously co-founded) full time in 2000. Cobalt is a strategic investor which also specializes in urban real estate development, management, and parking. Starting by collecting cars in 2005, Todd consciously turned this passion for automobiles into a vocation when he formed indiGO Classic Cars in 2006. Originally purchasing and selling post-war European sports cars, the company became the indiGO Auto Group when it acquired Porsche North Houston in 2010 and Lamborghini Houston in 2011. Rancho Mirage’s Desert European Motorcars (which includes franchises for Porsche, Audi, Jaguar, Land Rover, Rolls-Royce, Aston Martin, Maserati, Bentley and McLaren) was acquired by indiGO in 2013. In 2015, Todd consolidated two former Porsche dealerships in St. Louis, MO to form Porsche St. Louis. BMW of Palm Springs and Bugatti Houston (Bugatti Houston was later sold by indiGO) were added in 2016. In July 2017, indiGO was awarded the Rolls-Royce North Houston franchise. In October of 2017, Todd formed a strategic alliance with Pon Holdings of the Netherlands. With this transaction, Pon became the largest investor in the indiGO Auto Group. Todd currently sits on the Porsche Cars North America Board of Regents where he has represented both the Southern and Central regions. Todd previously served on the Aston Martin of the Americas Dealer Advisory Panel and the BMW Western Region Business Council. Some of Todd’s proudest achievements as CEO include indiGO being recognized by Automotive News as one of the Best Dealerships to Work for in 2015 and co-founding the indiGO Drive4Kids which has supported Texas Children’s Hospital, The Bianca Rae Foundation (in support of the Rae of Hope retreat) and The Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center. Todd has been a member of the Young President’s Organization since 2003. He also serves on Houston’s St. John’s School Investment Committee. Todd has been a multi-year supporter of Houston’s Youth Maccabi Sports programs as well as the 11-99 Foundation, which provides emergency benefits in times of crisis to California Highway Patrol employees and their families. Todd’s is a member of the National Automobile Dealers Association and the Houston Automobile Dealers Association. Previously Todd served on boards for eMain USA, the Kentucky Economic Development Partnership, the Louisville Arena Authority, Downtown Development Corporation, The Center for Interfaith Relations, The Jewish Outreach Institute (New York), and The Kentucky Country Day School. Todd was recognized by The Business Journals Business First as a “Forty Under 40” in 2003. In 2004, Todd was awarded the Governor of Kentucky’s Economic Development Leadership Award by then Governor Ernie Fletcher. Todd and his wife Karen both serve on the indiGO Blue Family Foundation board and are award-winners of The Lewis W. Cole Memorial Young Leadership Award. They have three children. Todd received a B.A. in International Business from The George Washington University in 1992.