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Solanus Casey Center
September 16, 2015
Detroit, Mich. — Visit Detroit magazine’s Fall 2015 & Winter 2016 issue is now available at newsstands and on visitdetroit.com. The issue features Detroit’s vibrant urban art scene and small, bustling businesses.
A City Turned Canvas provides an in-depth look at Detroit’s street art. Learn about the sweeping murals found on city structures, as well as outreach and employment opportunities provided by various art initiatives. The transformative power of outdoor art is a privilege Detroit’s open landscape can offer.
In the midst of an unprecedented comeback saturated by start-ups and big business investment, Small Goes Big takes a look at Detroit’s longest-lasting small businesses. Learn the histories of respected native businesses, including beloved Better Made and Pewabic Pottery.
Detroit Write A House winner Casey Rocheteau offers an itinerary of her favorite Detroit destinations in this issue’s Take 5. As always, a robust list of attractions, upcoming events and exhibits is available. Comprehensive maps and transportation information will help visitors navigate Detroit and its offerings.
Visit Detroit, published two times a year by the Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau, is the most widely used resource for visitors to metro Detroit. View the entire magazine at visitdetroit.com.
Visit Detroit sells for $3.99 at select local and regional newsstands. A one-year (two-issue) subscription is $9.97. To subscribe or find newsstand locations, call 800-DETROIT (338-7648) or 313-202-1935, or go to visitdetroit.com.
The Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau (DMCVB) is a private, not-for-profit organization with a mission to market and sell the metropolitan Detroit area on a worldwide basis as a destination for leisure and business travel including conventions, trade shows, corporate meetings, tours and incentive travel and as a film location to maximize additional visitors, visitor expenditures, state and local tax revenues and job opportunities.
More than 700 businesses are represented in the DMCVB's membership. The DMCVB was founded in 1896 as the world's first convention and visitors bureau. visitdetroit.com
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