City lands major expo with $19M economic impact

The National Safety Council’s Annual Congress & Expo will come to Indianapolis for the first time in September 2019. It's expected to draw 14,000 delegates, likely making it one of the five biggest conventions the city hosts that year.

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Some NFL teams would make for a more lucrative Super Bowl

A 2012 Super Bowl between the Chicago Bears and New York Jets is one of the matchups that would give local businesses plenty to cheer about, experts say. National Football League officials have told Indianapolis to expect 150,000 visitors for the Super Bowl. If two prime teams make it, the number will be closer to 250,000.

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Indiana tourism effort honors famed course designer Dye

The Pete Dye Golf Trail includes seven public courses chosen by Dye: Brickyard Crossing, The Fort Golf Resort, Maple Creek Golf & Country Club, Plum Creek Golf Club, Mystic Hills Golf Club, Kampen Course and the Pete Dye Course at French Lick.

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