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October 9, 2013

Tourism action plans formed

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“It’s a plan to help us move froward,” Eysink said.

Brooks’ visit, the Opportunity Assessment, was made possible through a partnership of several organizations including the Knoxville Raceway, Pella CVB, MCDC, Knoxville Chamber of Commerce, Pella Chamber of Commerce, Pleasantville Chamber of Commerce, City of Pleasantville, Pleasantville State Bank, Marion County Conservation Board, Marion County Community Foundation, Red Rock Lake Association, Central Iowa Tourism Region, MidAmerican Energy, National Sprint Car Hall of Fame and Museum, Molengracht/Royal Amsterdam Hotel and Central College.

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