Munching on Nana’s deviled eggs and grimacing at embarrassing jokes by distant uncles— family reunions conjure up images of small, casual, easy-going affairs.
Detroit Metro Convention and Visitors Bureau
The DMCVB is taking on Dave Beachnau as senior vice president of sales, marketing and sports, and has promoted Kris Smith to director of the Detroit Sports Commission.
"The knowledge and expertise that Dave has contributed to the DMCVB is invaluable, and we look forward to what he will accomplish in his new role," says Larry Alexander, president and CEO. "In his short time with the DSC, Kris has helped increase our profile within the national governing bodies of the Olympic movement, as well as created local awareness of the DSC."
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The Detroit Metro Convention and Visitors Bureau honored more than 200 hospitality workers and volunteers at its 21st Annual Recognition of Service Excellence (ROSE) Awards on September 23 at the Detroit Opera House. WXYZ’s Glenda Lewis served as mistress of ceremonies, while the Rodney Lamar Page Band, Kurt J and Evelyn Renee provided entertainment.
The charming cities of Novi and Northville combine historic appeal with a dedication to being modern destinations for meetings and events. Easily accessible off I-275 and I-96 and located just 20 minutes from Detroit Metropolitan Airport, Novi and the Victorianesque city of Northville offer an extensive range of venues and excellent amenities. ¶ “Novi and Northville are metro Detroit’s newest suburban hot spots,” says Deanna Majchrzak, manager of media relations at the Detroit Metro Convention and Visitors Bureau.
The biggest challenge to planning an event in Troy might be decision fatigue. The city’s abundant venue choices make it hard to go wrong in this upscale city. The Oakland County destination offers high-end shopping, numerous hotels and an easy drive to area attractions, including Cranbrook Educational Community.