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President wants everyone but himself to pay more
Topic - Chris Gahl
Tourism officials in Indianapolis are turning from their unsuccessful bid for the 2018 Super Bowl toward a push to land future major sporting events and conventions.
Indianapolis is getting ready to host one of its biggest conventions ever, but tourism officials aren't talking about it much.
Chris Gahl, vice president of communications for Visit Indy, said a surcharge on events for police protection could dent the city's armor as a low-cost place to do business.
Gahl said that without seeing a specific plan, he couldn't comment on whether a fee for police would deter conventions.