According to a report issued by Ball State University’s Center for Business and Economic Research, titled “The State of the Rural Economy in Indiana,” several Indiana communities are poised for growth as Indiana’s economy continues to thrive. In less than six years- from 2017 to the present – Indiana has attracted almost $5 billion more in capital investment than it did in the previous 12 years combined.
Plymouth is one of the communities in the report poised for growth. To learn why certain rural communities are succeeding and to find out what these communities need to thrive, Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch is conducting a series of roundtable discussions with civic leaders in communities around the state on September 13th.
The Plymouth event will be the first of six ‘Thriving Rural Communities’ Roundtables around the state.