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Indiana Dunes earns national park status

Name-changing landscape

National park status for Indiana Dunes puts Region’s lakeshore in elite group A familiar place has a new name. The Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore officially became the Indiana Dunes National Park, making it the 61st park to receive national status. Legislation to change the name was introduced by U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky and signed into …

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Majestic Star recently opened its new Majestic Chop House, part of non-gaming expansions it hopes will boost attendance.

Region Casino Gaming

Not just gambling, but dining, shopping and entertainment too Next year, Indiana casinos will see big changes in their state taxes that will help them keep more money for each person that walks onto the casino floor. This could let regional gaming do more outside the gaming realm—bringing customers in not just to gamble, but …

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Hosting Visitors is Good Business

Communities bank on economic impact of tourism Indiana is known for Hoosier hospitality. And hospitality is paying off big time for local communities, where visitor spending has a huge economic impact. The multibillion-dollar hospitality industry is one of the fastest growing business sectors worldwide. It encompasses a range of businesses centered on customer service. Indianapolis …

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