But so far, it’s just talk.
“I know that each bid process is a little bit different in terms of the ones we’re managing and the ones we’re supporting. If they’re looking for assistance on future bids we’d be happy to have those conversations,” Indiana Sports Corp. spokesman John Dedman said. “I think there is a rotation that they’re looking into and with the event in early September, and I think it would behoove everybody to take a look at it and have those conversations.”
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