A Hoosier tradition at the state fair will not be returning for 2014.
INDIANAPOLIS - A Hoosier tradition at the Indiana State Fair will not be returning this year.
The fair will not hold its annual World's Largest Drive-Thru Breakfast.
The event was traditionally hosted by 4-H Club members as a way to raise money.
Kids would serve breakfast sandwiches or burritos, along with a drink, to fairgoers who would line up their cars.
A state fair spokesman says due to a drop in numbers over recent years, the event will not be back. At least for 2014. It could return next year.
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