Griffin, Anne
April 1999
Indiana Business Magazine;Apr99, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p45
Provides information on the town Fishers in Central Indiana. Foundation in 1872; Population forecast by 2000; History of the town; Increase in the number of new businesses and manufacturing facilities; Benefits offered by the town to business owners.


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