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New Indiana map pays homage to state's upcoming bicentennial

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana’s new official state roadway map is a special edition that pays homage to Indiana’s upcoming bicentennial.

Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann says the free map is “a terrific companion” for planning road trips. She says the map’s bicentennial edition will encourage Hoosiers to travel some of the state’s scenic roads and explore the state’s regions during the 2016 bicentennial year.

The free map is currently available at Indiana Farm Bureau building through the remainder of Indiana State Fair. Following the fair, maps will be available at state legislative offices, highway rest stops, state welcome centers and Indiana Farm Bureau offices across the state.

The map can also be requested by visiting VisitIndiana.com.

The map was produced by a partnership between Indiana Farm Bureau and Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance.

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