Last week, The Oprah Magazine highlighted Traverse City as a top destination for families and couples to get away during the holidays.
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Vacations should be relaxing. Exploration should be a delight. And there is nothing that kills the joy of discovery or the bliss of goofing off quite as thoroughly as trying to cram too many experiences and too many sights into your precious vacation time.
You may already have seen them while walking or driving through Downtown Traverse City, spread across the otherwise blank walls of banks, stores and other buildings. A massive portrait of Ernest Hemingway -- a Japanese print of breaking waves, a strangely compelling picture of two urban acrobats
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.
Tell us a little about what a "Sports & Group Account Executive" does at Traverse City Tourism.
I love the versatility of my job. On any given day I can be found researching area venues for events, completing Requests for Proposals (RFPs) to host future sporting events, creating itineraries for
Tell us a little about what the Director of Publications & Ad Sales does at Traverse City Tourism?
As part of the marketing team, I am in charge of design which includes the Visitor Guide, brochures, advertisements, promotional items, Visitor Center displays, photography, videos…the list goes on.
By MIKE NORTON What a strange month March is! Last Sunday, we were reading by candlelight and huddling around the fireplace waiting for the power to come back on before our pipes froze. This Sunday we were out on the deck basking in 70-degree sunshine in our swimsuits. Crazy stuff! If it holds,