NewsHealth / August 27, 2020

Hoosier Hospitality Promise Campaign Aims To Increase Tourism In Indiana

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The Hoosier Hospitality Promise campaign gives economic incentives to businesses and consumers to publicly promise they will follow health and safety guidelines amid the COVID-19 pandemic. - Courtesy Visit Indiana

The Hoosier Hospitality Promise campaign gives economic incentives to businesses and consumers to publicly promise they will follow health and safety guidelines amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Courtesy Visit Indiana

Indiana's tourism promoter launched a public safety campaign to stimulate travel and recreation in the state. It gives economic incentives to businesses and consumers to publicly promise they will follow health and safety guidelines amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

WFYI's Taylor Bennett spoke with Indiana Destination Development Corporation CEO Elaine Bedel about the Hoosier Hospitality Promise and the push to increase tourism across the state.

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