The chief executive officer of Gen Con LLC says, while he is “disappointed” that Governor Mike Pence has signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law, he believes attendees of this year's event will receive “great service and hospitality.” Adrian Swartout says discussions have begun about whether to keep the event in Indianapolis after the end of its contract with the city in 2020. You can see the letter by clicking here.

Gen Con drew more than 56,000 attendees last year and has an annual economic impact of more than $50 million.

Swartout says “it is clear” the Indianapolis business community does not support the legislation. He says Gen Con has heard from hundreds of industry members and local companies pledging to welcome all of the event's participants.

Organizers say they will create an email feedback form to allow attendees to provide positive or negative feedback about the service they receive in Indianapolis.

Source: Gen Con LLC

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