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    1. Todd Hardiek (Colonial Event Rental), Rachael Love (The Henry Hotel) and Jim Skuta (Bellisario Florist).

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    2. Mike Robins (Shutterbooth).

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    3. “Two Steps of Country,” by Ana Skidmore (TwoFoot Creative).

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    4. Bill Hamilton (Bill Hamilton Designs) and Mark Ephraim (officiant).

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    5. “A Taste of the Symphony” by Chair Covers and Linens.

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    6. DeVonna Snowden (Chair Covers and Linens), Angelina Jaroszewski (student from University of Detroit Mercy) and Lisa Gebhardt (event manager).

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    7. Michelle Halloran (Display Group) and Troy Thompson (Top That! Event).

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    8. Jennifer Compton (Chair Covers and Linens), Tifany Wunschl (Gourmet Invitations) and DeVonna Snowden.

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    9. “Let the Band Play” by Detroit Golf Club.

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    10. Ana Skidmore (TwoFoot Creative) and Kate McClellan (Purple Clover Events).

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    11. Kate Montgomery and Taylor Hajek (Detroit Golf Club).

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    12. “The Big Band Theory” by Bellisario Florist, Colonial Event Rental and The Henry Hotel.

Sun-drenched views of the Detroit River, fun entertainment and great camaraderie contributed to an exciting event packed with award presentations during the Michigan Meetings + Events magazine Best of 2018 readers’ choice awards.

 

The Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau (DMCVB) traditionally unveils its latest marketing plan, which includes departmental objectives and strategies, during its annual membership meeting every January. This year’s event at MotorCity Casino Hotel’s Sound Board drew hundreds to hear the bureau’s recap of 2017, projections for the future and new ads.

Its next-generation ad campaign, themed Detroit: It’s Go Time, now appears in a variety of offline and online media in key markets, including Chicago, Cincinnati, Columbus, Cleveland and Indianapolis.