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La Porte Population: 22,077

Total Males: 10,469
Total Females: 11,608
Median Household Income: $36,903
Total Households: 9,129

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Brief Information About La Porte


La Porte is a nice city located in La Porte County, Indiana, USA. It has one of the youngest mayors in Indiana.
The main business activities include advertising, aviation, selling antiques, banking, supplying arts and crafts, manufacturing and supplying auto parts, beauty and massage parlors, supplying building materials, finance, banking, manufacturing computer parts, civil engineering, supplying farm equipments, real estate, telecommunications, manufacturing apparels, fast food and printing and publishing.

Also it hosts few well known fairs like the La Porte County fair and the sunflower fair. La Porte is also the home for annual bike rides, walking and running events organized for the cancer patients.
 



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