CARMEL, Ind. (WISH) — Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch wants to show what Indiana is best at.
As part of Visit Indiana Week and Tasty Tuesday, she got her hands on the food Indiana is known for: a giant pork tenderloin.
Visit Indiana Week is not just about seeing what the state is good at, but also showing others why it’s such a great place to live. With a new law, the state’s tourism agency will become a quasi-governmental organization with more resources.
Crouch said, “By being able to have additional revenue, private sector money come to supplement that, it allows us to tell our story better. It allows us to market Indiana outside of Indiana also, which then in turn will bring people here.”
Along with attracting people from outside the state to Indiana, the lieutenant governor said the state is also trying hard to keep people in Indiana.
Crouch ate her tenderloin at Muldoon’s, 111 W. Main St.