March 8, 2016
Detroit, Mich. – The Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau (DMCVB) is excited to announce five new participating attractions to The D Discount Pass, a downloadable pass designed to save visitors money on admission to metro Detroit attractions.
New participants include:
“Since the program’s inception in 2014, more than 12,000 tourists and locals have taken advantage of The D Discount Pass,” said Larry Alexander, DMCVB President and CEO. “We’re thrilled to have new attractions on board, adding variety to this free program that helps visitors save money while in metro Detroit.”
The five new additions expand the impressive list of current participating attractions, which include: Arab American National Museum, Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, Edsel & Eleanor Ford House, Ford Piquette Avenue Plant, The Henry Ford, Michigan Science Center, Motown Museum and Sea Life Michigan Aquarium.
“The D Discount Pass is a great way for people to experience first-hand all that metro Detroit has to offer,” said Dr. Tonya Matthews, Michigan Science Center President and CEO. “The Michigan Science Center is pleased to participate again in 2016, and we look forward to the opportunity to share our fun, interactive and engaging programs and experiences focused on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) with children and curious minds of all ages.”
The pass is valid for one person per visit and can be used multiple times through the end of 2016. Visitors can go to visitdetroit.com/discount and complete a brief online form to download The D Discount Pass barcode via a mobile device, email or printed voucher. To apply the discount, visitors must show The D Discount Pass barcode to staff at the time of purchase.
For complete program details, go to visitdetroit.com/discount.
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
When walking the exhibit halls in Henry Ford Museum, don’t miss the bus where Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat, the chair in which Abraham Lincoln was assassinated and a camp bed slept on by George Washington.