Zionsville Receives Honor From Google

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Zionsville is receiving recognition from a global company. Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG) has named the Boone County town the recipient of the eCity Award for Indiana. Google says the honors recognize the top online business community in each state. You can see the award page by clicking here.

You can see Google's impact report by clicking here.

August 22, 2013

News Release

Zionsville, Ind. -- The Town of Zionsville, IN has been announced as the recipient of the 2013 Google eCity Award for the state of Indiana. The annual Google eCity Awards recognize the strongest online business community in each U.S. state.

The town was described via the Google eCity Awards page as, "A delightful destination in Indiana, Zionsville is known for its scenic downtown. Businesses here are using the web to virtually connect with travelers, prospects and current customers who can surf before they buy."

According to Google, the awarded cities' businesses are using the web to find new customers, connect with existing customers and fuel their local economies. Across the country, businesses that are online expect to grow 40% faster than those not online. Google estimates $714 million of economic activity for 25,000 Indiana businesses, web publishers and non-profits in 2012.

The eCity Awards highlight Google's local economic impact in all 50 U.S. states, based on three core parts of their business: Google Search and AdWords, AdSense, and Google Grants.

"Speaking on behalf of the Zionsville business community, we are honored to be named for this prestigious award." said Zionsville Town Council President, Jeff Papa.

To read about Google’s eCity Award, visit www.google.com/economicimpact/ecities/index.html#

Source: Town of Zionsville