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EP 41: Hamilton County Tourism & Indiana Youth Institute

November 03, 2017

On today’s show, we’re joined by an organization who is committed to promoting the healthy development of Indiana children and youth – that’s the Indiana Youth Institute. Plus the fine folks of Hamilton County Tourism who want you to head north!

Located just north of Indianapolis, Hamilton County is the home of Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville, and Westfield and has become one of Indiana’s fastest-growing counties. Katie Utken and Whitney Riggs are both Digital Marketing Coordinators for Hamilton County Tourism and they are joining us this week to talk about all the exciting things happening in Hamilton County.

Also, Hamilton County Tourism is doing a giveaway with the Edge of Indy this week! To enter in the giveaway, please visit http://edgeofindy.com/our-episodes/giveaways/ to enter this week’s giveaway.

To learn more about Hamilton County Tourism, please visit: LINK

What would you do if you get locked in a beer cooler and forced to spend the night? What about if you had a whole plane to yourself for a flight? Paul Poteet has dug up some interesting stories today for us! Listen to this week’s Paul Poteet on the Edge!

Wisconsin man gets locked in beer cooler…spends the night – LINK

Scottish woman gets a jet all to herself…for 61 bucks – LINK

Clash at Chuck E. Cheese’s ends with adults, kids pepper sprayed – LINK

The Indiana Youth Institute is a great organization with locations all over the state that helps promote the healthy development of Indiana children and youth by helping them attain five critical elements of healthy development: physical health and safety, emotional fulfillment, academic achievement, civic engagement, and economic self-sufficiency.

Tami Silverman, the President and CEO of the Indiana Youth Institute, joins us on the Edge of Indy today to talk about their upcoming Because KIDS COUNT Conference. The conference takes place November 27-29 at the Indiana Convention Center. This will be the largest gathering of youth workers and educators in the Midwest.

To learn more about this year’s conference and ticket information, please visit: LINK

To learn more about the Indiana Youth Institute, please visit: LINK

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