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INDIANA Hendricks County CVB Affordable Meetings. Unforgettable Adventures.


Hendricks County CVB 8 West Main St, Danville, IN 46112 800-321-9666 • Fax: 317-718-9913 www.TourHendricksCounty.combecky@tourhendrickscounty.com


Area Hotel Rooms: 1,600


Entertainment Nearby: Lucas Oil Raceway, Chateau Thomas Winery, Splash Island Water Park, Rural Routes to Main Street Cultural Trail, Award-Winning Golf Courses, Historic Downtown Danville


Contact Becky Harris at 800-321-9666 for more information on our meeting and registration services, site selection assistance and event proposals. TourHendricksCounty.com


TourHendricksCounty.com/blog Twitter: @FastTrackToFun Facebook.com/FastTrackToFun


Meeting Facilities: Event Center @ Serendipity, Five Star Catering by Primo West, The Crown Room, Washington Township Pavilion Center, Hendricks County 4-H Fairgrounds & Conference Complex


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ositioned just 10 miles and 15 minutes west of Indianapolis, next to the Indianapolis Interna- tional Airport and with two major interstates, I-70 and I-74, meandering through its borders, Hendricks County provides an ideal destination for any group.


The county boasts more than 1,600 hotel rooms and numerous shopping, dining, recreation and cultural options, such as a major race track, winery, water park and more. When it comes to top-notch meeting space, Hendricks County has that covered, too, with loca- tions such as Primo West by Five Star Catering and the 18,000-square-foot Event Center @ Seren- dipity with indoor and outdoor patio space overlooking Metropolis Mall. One of the county’s biggest attractions, Chateau Thomas Winery, also can accommodate cor- porate groups with its stylish banquet facilities, tastings, tours and more. Groups also can enjoy a one-of-a-kind experience focused on team building during a corporate mission at The Challenger Learning Center.


For more information, visit TourHendricksCounty.com.


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