Traverse City is well-known for two unique hobbies -- cycling and craft beer . We have a vibrant cycling community here, and our weekly rides routinely end at a local craft brewery where we swap stories about the ride. But if you think we retreat to our couches when the snowﬂakes start to fall, you’d be very much mistaken. In fact, when the temperatures drop, the adventures into the woods take on a more social and leisurely vibe. With the invention of the fat bike, we get to extend our riding (and beer drinking) seasons right through the winter months.
Tell us a little about what the Receptionist/Office Support individual does at Traverse City Tourism. As Receptionist/Office Support, I am the first point of contact a visitor will encounter at Traverse City Tourism, by phone or face-to-face. As Receptionist, I answer questions, offer suggestions, guide callers through our website, and redirect calls as requested.
We have the wine , the beer , the distilled spirits and the food , but do we also have the coffee? Often overlooked, Traverse City’s coffee culture is alive within the city. Whether it’s the first cup of the day or that afternoon latte, your caffeine cravings will be satisfied.