Carmel named Community of the Year by Indiana Chamber
Carmel has been named the Community of the Year by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce.
The chamber cited Carmel’s headquarters for more than 75 top national companies, new development, recognized school system and focus on the arts as reasons it was selected.
“Carmel’s success comes down to three things: vision, partnerships and perseverance,” stated Indiana Chamber President and CEO Kevin Brinegar in a press release. “City leaders have, time and again, avoided taking ‘the easy route.’ They’ve embraced challenges and taken risks that have transformed Carmel from a good community to an outstanding city. It’s highly regarded across the country and beyond as a city that ‘gets things done.’”
The city will be recognized at the Indiana Chamber’s 26th Annual Awards Dinner Nov. 4 at the Indiana Convention Center. Political strategists James Carville and Karl Rove will headline the event. For more information, visit www.indianachamber.com.
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