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Get Schooled in The D

Take advantage of the DMCVB's educational training seminars.

Get Schooled In The D

The Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau’s Get Schooled in The D educational series offers professional training in both hospitality and social media for DMCVB members. Learn from industry experts how you can promote your property and wow visitors with top-notch service. A variety of seminars are offered throughout the year.

Social Media for Your Marketing Plan

Ever wondered how to fit social media into your marketing plan? Join us Aug. 13, 15, 20 and 22 from 2-4 p.m. at various locations around metro Detroit, as our panel of experts from Marriott International, MotorCity Casino Hotel, the Motown Museum and other locations will give you tips on how to develop a manageable social media plan to promote your property. For specific locations and to register, contact Angela Gillis at 313-202-1973 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

#Instabusiness with Instagram

Why tell a story when you can show it? This seminar on May 15 discussed all this and more.

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Hospitality Ambassador Training

This program is designed for frontline staff members, including banquet/restaurant servers, bartenders, docents/guides, drivers, engineers, front desk receptionists/bellmen, hosts/cashiers, housekeeping staff members/room attendants, volunteers and others. 

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Social Media 101

Here is a great overview of the Social Media 101 session held on March 21. 

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CONTACT

Ask questions about the DMCVB's Get Schooled in The D educational series and future event dates, contact Angela Gillis at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 313-202-1973.

Travel Tip

Count the animals you see when you stroll through the Detroit Zoo - there are 3,300 of them representing 280 species.

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