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ICVA seeks extra $15M to market new center

The Indianapolis Convention & Visitors Association says it needs more sales and marketing firepower to fill an expanded convention
center and adjacent hotels. That means asking the city’s Capital Improvement Board—one of ICVA’s primary sources of funds—for
a budget increase of up to 50 percent at the worst possible time.

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Emmis to produce tourism publications for ICVA

Indianapolis based Emmis Communications Corp. signed a three-year deal to produce and publish the Indianapolis Convention & Visitors
Association’s
semi-annual visitors guide, convention planners guide and other tourism-related publications and materials.

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Tourism chief hired from Seattle

Though few knew what to think when Don Welsh announced in June he was leaving Seattle to become Indianapolis Convention &
Visitors Association CEO, he’s shown he didn’t come here to simply wind down his career.

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FFA benefits city

The FFA brought vitality and $40 million to Indianapolis’ economy during its recent convention here.

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