What’s it like to fly with the Blue Angels? It’s an experience that is never forgotten.
Category - Festivals
Tell us about what a Digital Marketing Manager does at Traverse City Tourism.
In a marketing job every day is a little different, and that is what makes it exciting! My job responsibilities include social media and web content management, graphic design, evaluating digital media analytics, as well
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 3:00 AM by Brandy Wheeler
We've landed on countless lists citing Traverse City, Michigan as a mecca for the gastronomically enthusiastic traveler. But what makes our little lakeside town such a delight for the culinary tourist? I've narrowed it down to 5 1/2 reasons why I love our foodie town.
Friday, September 12, 2014 3:00 AM by Traverse City Tourism
What do you love about Traverse City? Beaches, colorful sunsets, delicious food, award-winning wines, craft brews, four season recreation, and so much more—whatever you favor you will find in "Take Me There"—Traverse City Tourism's new theme song by The Hacky Turtles.
"Take Me There" was selected
Tuesday, April 8, 2014 3:00 AM by Dave Barrons
Guest blogger Dave Barrons explains how the Sleeping Bear Birding Trail from Traverse City to Manistee makes it easier to find the area's best birding sites.
Let's start with this interesting set of facts: Michigan is home to the seventh most sought-after bird in the continental U.S. -- the
Tuesday, March 18, 2014 3:00 AM by Traverse City Tourism
For some people, a family trip to Traverse City just wouldn’t be the same without the family dog. Fortunately, this is a pretty pooch-friendly town.
The same natural attractions that make TC such a popular place for outdoor recreation – miles of forest trails, wide open spaces and long beaches, make
By MIKE NORTON
Sometimes I think Traverse City must be the capital of small-boat sailing. And among its many other wonderful qualities, September has the best sailing weather of the year.
The winds seem to freshen, for one thing. (And they seem to be a
Tuesday, July 9, 2013 3:00 AM by Traverse City Tourism
By MIKE NORTON
Saturday was the final day of the 2013 National Cherry Festival – the day traditionally set aside for the enormous Cherry Royale Parade, where 150 floats, bands and marching units file past