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Indy's bowl bid begins with Irsay's $1M pledge
$25M will be needed to host 2011 game, but officials say tax dollars won't be used
Indianapolis Star - Indianapolis, Ind.
Subjects: Video teleconferencing; Transportation services; State government; Mayors; Convention centers; Business community
Author: O'Shaughnessy, Brendan
Date: Feb 1, 2007
Start Page: A.6
Section: NEWS
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The payoff, according to projections cited Wednesday by Mayor Bart Peterson and others who formally announced the bid: 98,000 visitors to the city and an economic impact of $262 million. Fred Glass, head of the Capital Improvement Board; Cathy Langham, chair of the Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce and president of Langham Transportation Services; John Lechleiter, president and chief operating officer of Eli Lilly and Co.; and Eugene White, superintendent of Indianapolis Public Schools.

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