Indianapolis, In. — The Indiana State Fairgrounds & Event Center announces that the renovation of the Indiana Farmers Coliseum, along with the continued success of the Indiana State Fair and other events held at the Fairgrounds, generated a direct economic impact of more than $197.4 million on the local economy in 2017, according to an Economic Impact Study conducted by the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University. This impact figure is an increase of 22% over a 2011 study in which an impact of $161 million was reported. This is the fourth study conducted by the group since 2001.The study concluded that visitors to Indianapolis accounted for $152 million of direct impact, with those attending the Indiana State Fair accounting for 21%, or $31.4 million, of the total. The remaining $42 million in direct impact is attributed to Indianapolis residents attending events at the Fairgrounds. The significant increase over 2011 was due mostly to the renovation of the Indiana Farmers Coliseum, along with changes to the event calendar and inflation.This study also reported that the spending by visitors and the Fairgrounds accounted for approximately 1,088 jobs in the Indianapolis economy and generated $12.4 million in state and local tax revenue. The report states that, like a manufacturing plant, the Fairgrounds generates an economic impact year-after-year that leads to the development of jobs, ancillary services and businesses that rely on the Fairgrounds.“We’re thrilled with the continued success of the Indiana State Fairgrounds & Event Center and proud to be playing such an active role in helping to make Indianapolis a vibrant, prosperous community,” said Executive Director Cindy Hoye. “Visitors turn out in enthusiastic numbers for our events, and the renovation of our historic Coliseum has proved to pay dividends to our organization, our state, and the local economy.”
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Colombo, Aug 29 (AFP) Sri Lankan cricket’s anti-corruption unit detained two Indian spectators on suspicion of match-fixing during a domestic Twenty20 league game, officials said today. The men were apprehended after officials spotted them behaving suspiciously and making repeated calls on their mobile phones during the match between Galle and Dambulla at Pallekele, in the island’s central hills. “We saw suspicious behaviour of the two Indians and ACU (anti-corruption unit) officials handed them over to the police for further investigations,” a Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) official told AFP. The arrest comes a day after SLC issued a new match-fixing alert after a group of spectators were asked to leave another venue after officials suspected them of involvement in attempted match-fixing. The ongoing T20 tournament features solely Sri Lankan cricketers after plans to emulate the massively lucrative Indian Premier League and attract foreign stars to Sri Lanka fell through. Authorities say the scaled-down competition is still attracting match-fixers, and have increased the deployment of officials at games and team hotels, while players have been warned to inform the authorities of any attempt to approach them to fix matches. Sri Lanka has also announced plans for tougher laws against sports corruption and a special police unit to deal with match-fixing following an Al-Jazeera documentary exposing corruption in global cricket in which three Sri Lanka officials were filmed agreeing to sway matches. (AFP) ATKATK