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Over and Out

Well, another fantastic Best of Michigan Awards party has come and gone. Every year, I think we’ve topped ourselves, though, really, each year’s celebration is wonderful in its unique way.

This year we took the party to Traverse City, a much-needed visit by the magazine’s readers and supporters to the region that has done so much to lure tourism to Michigan. The local meeting and events industry folks bent over backwards to make the experience exceptional. We spread out over two venues—the City Opera House and the Hotel Indigo—and enjoyed wonderful hospitality wherever we were.

High-Five, West Michigan

When I took the position as editor of MIME, I was struck by how the meetings and events industry provided a window into so many facets of our state. After all, everyone has meetings and events. And these tap into everything from how people best connect with one another to how they learn.

The Value of a Skilled Planner (and more)

I’ve been editing MIME for more than four years, and there is one topic that never gets old: the value of a skilled planner. Over and over I hear frustration from members of our industry over the lack of public education when it comes to planning. The CMP designation, of course, was created partially in response to that general ignorance, providing planners with a way to obtain and demonstrate a set of skills and training.

GLCVB Website Wins MSAE Diamond Award

The Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau received the Diamond Award from the Michigan Society of Association Executives at the 15th Annual Awards Banquet held in Plymouth.

for the CVB won Best Website for an organization with an annual operating budget at or above $1 million. The GLCVB competed with close to 60 other entries for the award.

A Taste of Peterboro

Our upcoming issue features some of the best new bars and restaurants to open in Detroit in the past couple of years. Editing the story, I was reminded of a few places I still needed to check out. Among them was the Peterboro.

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