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The DMCVB is the one and only organization that markets and sells metro Detroit as a convention and tourism destination to the world. That makes a DMCVB membership one of the hottest tickets in town for area businesses looking to draw more crowds through their doors.
If you're already a DMCVB member: Hello again! You'll find a ton of helpful services, benefits and information in this section, including the 24/7 secure Partner Portal for an exclusive connection to news, events, tools for promoting your business and other membership opportunities.
If you're interested in becoming a DMCVB member: A great big welcome to you! You'll also find a ton of helpful information in this section, including details about the different levels of membership available and an application form, along with advertising opportunities that will become open to you once you become a member.
WATCH the DMCVB Membership Advantage video hear our partners explain their value in being our industry partner.
The winners were announced at the DMCVB's Recognition Of Service Excellence Awards Ceremony & Reception, which was held on Wednesday, August 27, 2014 at the Fox Theatre.
The ROSE Awards is an annual event hosted by the DMCVB to commend front-line hospitality workers throughout the region who deliver outstanding customer service in their industries.
Click here to view more winner photos and the press releases.
WATCH the DMCVB 's 2014 ROSE Awards video and see the highlights of this important tourism industry partner event.
|Left to Right: Krysten Cole, The Fillmore Detroit (Behind the Scenes Category winner); Dawn Carroll, Delta Air Lines (Transportation Category winner); Shawniqua Smith, Ocean Prime (Restaurants Category winner); Hank Sower, The Henry Ford (Overall Service Champion); Seabronetta Barr, The Townsend Hotel (Hotels Category winner); Mamie Burton, Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau (Volunteers Category winner) and Jordon Lyons, Motown Museum (Attractions & Casinos Category winner).|
When you step in Edsel Ford's home office at the Edsel & Eleanor Ford House, check out the secret panel that opens up to reveal a private darkroom.