With an anticipated 75,000 attendees and an economic spin-off estimated at $35 million, the NRA’s 148th annual meeting in Indianapolis this week is obviously important to the city’s convention business.
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The National Rifle Association’s three-day convention in Indianapolis this week is expected to bring more than 75,000 people to the city’s hotels and restaurants, and some are expected to be carrying firearms.