TRAVERSE CITY, MI – Your favorite beer event in the north—Traverse City Beer Week—returns November 13-20 with an all-new look.
TRAVERSE CITY, MI – This August, Michelle Elliott joined Traverse City Tourism as an Account Manager. Elliott has a long history with tourism in northern Michigan, including roles with the National Cherry Festival, Traverse City Pit Spitters, and Iceman Cometh Challenge.
TRAVERSE CITY, MI – It’s almost that time of year again, when the crisp autumn days arrive, the grapes and apples are ready for harvest, and the trees blaze like a northern Michigan sunset. It’s almost time for Fab Fall in Traverse City.
BENZIE COUNTY, MI—The Benzie County Area Convention and Visitors Bureau (BCACVB) has gifted $200,000 to the community to promote travel and tourism in Benzie County.
In March 2020, the lodging
TRAVERSE CITY, MI – It’s a challenging time to be in the travel industry. It’s even more challenging when your town has an economy largely based on tourism. That’s why Traverse City Tourism is bringing you Bright Spots: stories of joy, kindness, and perseverance in the face adversity.
TRAVERSE CITY, MI – The Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy (GTRLC) stood in a statewide spotlight on February 19 at the Pure Michigan Governor’s Conference on Tourism. The conservancy was honored with the Pure Award, which recognizes Michigan tourism entities that demonstrate innovation and best practices in natural, cultural, and/or heritage stewardship.
TRAVERSE CITY, MI – The new decade is kicking off changes at Traverse City Tourism. This winter, the Visitor Center will undergo a complete renovation to better welcome guests looking to learn about northern Michigan. The renovation includes replacing the flooring, public restrooms, and visitor desk, as well as cosmetic updates to wall treatments and décor.