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.
Make sure to stop by and say hello to us from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Friday near the Gazebo: It's RTV6 Day at the fair!
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