Quick Hits: Indianapolis offers more convention space, but as many people visit Baltimore

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The Baltimore metro area, a larger market than the Indianapolis area, offers attractions and events related to its waterfront location.

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    Interesting that there is so much more diversity listed in their 2012 events and (as is true of our city) ours are almost all sporting events. Does anyone in government or a the IVCA believe that events other than sporting events are important to elevate. Perhaps that would bring more conventions and, thus, more people here. And will we ever do anything with the White River other than grip and complain about how it's not navigable? What about smaller, recreational boats downtown?

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