Schoettle, Anthony
July 2013
Indianapolis Business Journal;7/29/2013, Vol. 34 Issue 22, p13
The article focuses on the efforts of Mark Newman, executive director of the Indiana Office of Tourism Development, to promote tourism in Indiana. It argues that the budget for the state's tourism has gotten so bad that Hoosiers do not even know the attractions on their own state. In response, Newman plans to work with Rockport Analytics LLC to create a research platform that better tells the story of statewide economic impact and how tourism fits into it.


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