Promoting Tourism in Indiana Stand-alone agency is a great step. Budget needs a boost

June 2006
Indiana Business Magazine;Jun2006, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p64
The author reflects on the promotion of tourism in Indiana. She stressed that tourism dollars support existing businesses and the future growth of the hospitality industry, as well as the continued development in the community. She believes that the Office of Tourism in Indiana must be better funded so that the state can become more competitive in the Midwest market, where the state competes alongside heavy hitters including Illinois, Michigan, and Ohio.


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