Detroit, Mich. — The Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau (DMCVB) has been recognized with two prestigious awards for its efforts in booking and organizing meetings and conventions in metro Detroit. The DMCVB has been named a 2012 Religious Conference Manager Praise Award Winner by the Religious Conference Management Association (RCMA), as well as the 2012 Readers’ Choice Finalist for Best Convention & Visitors Bureau by Michigan Meetings + Events magazine.
For the first time this year, the members of RCMA selected the hotels and convention and visitors bureaus that stand out as industry leaders in the religious conference field. RCMA selected the DMCVB as a 2012 Praise Award Winner, which serves as a testament to the DMCVB’s efforts in handling meetings. All winners will be announced in the June 2012 issue of Religious Conference Manager magazine.
Michigan Meetings + Events magazine annually identifies the “cream of the crop” in the regional meetings and events industry with a Readers’ Choice Best Of awards ceremony. All winners are hand-picked by meeting planners, event planners and suppliers who read the magazine. The DMCVB accepted the awarded for 2012 Best CVB at the ceremony in May at the Masonic Temple in Detroit and was recognized in the 2012 Best Of issue of Michigan Meetings + Events magazine.
The Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau is a private, not-for-profit organization whose mission is 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. www.visitdetroit.com
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