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Published on : Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Hamilton County Tourism Inc. is thinking of shifting from its current location in the Carmel Arts & Design District, since growth now demands a bigger space. Karen Radcliff, Hamilton County Tourism’s vice president and chief strategy officer said that the organization aims to hire new employees every year with the county growing in population and tourism demand. Recent attractions like Grand Park in Westfield and The Palladium in Carmel have resulted in an increase in tourism dollars spent in Hamilton County.
Radcliff said, ““We have pretty much maximized the space. If we want to hire or put people on staff, then we are looking at a new space. It’s very apparent that if we want to grow we need to redesign our existing space or relocate.” She also that expansion of the current space is also a feasible option. She said that relocation to another municipality in the county is also a possibility. The organization was founded in 1989 and opened an office in Noblesville in 1991 before moving to Fishers in 1996. After 10 years, they move to the space in Carmel.
Radcliff said that since people are now planning trips online, they could also set up kiosks or digital displays in important locations in various cities. Decisions would be made in 2017 and the effects could be seen in 2018.
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