A big thanks to everyone who joined us for the 2014 Primacy of
Place conference at the Sheraton Indianapolis City Centre last week. We
enjoyed meeting so many civic and business leaders who are doing great things
in communities across the state of Indiana.
In addition to hearing from national experts Aaron Renn and Ed Burghard, conference-goers had
the chance to learn from local civic leaders like TechPoint’s Michael Langellier,
Indiana Humanities’ Keira
Amstutz and the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs’ Geoff Schomacker. They also gathered valuable information from
urban planning, history and wellness researchers from Ball State. In
addition, representatives from Jeffersonville, Columbus, Rushville, Lafayette
and the Nickel Plate Arts Trail in Hamilton/Tipton counties shared critical
insights into their process of committing to Primacy of Place in their
Read about Brian Blackford’s top takeaways from the
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