Chris Holman visited Julie Pingston, CDME, CMP, CTA / President & CEO Greater Lansing Convention & Visitors Bureau in her offices located at 500 E. Michigan Ave., Suite 180, Lansing, MI.
Julie was selected as the Capital Area Michigan Works! V.I.P. (Very Important Partner) for March 2022. Julie is also noted for taking over the leadership role at GLCVB a matter of days before the COVID-19 lockdown put a halt to the "visiting and conventions" beginning in March of 2020.
Greater Lansing CVB Reports Rebound of Local Hospitality Industry & Celebrates Ten Long-Standing Businesses
LANSING, Mich. – The Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau (GLCVB) held its annual meeting today and shared the state of the hospitality industry and 2021 local visitor economic impact. It also celebrated a local author as the CTA Star of the Year and recognized 10 area tourism related businesses for milestone anniversaries. Many of which have been in business for 50, 85 and 100 years.
Find the full 2021 GLCVB annual report and additional details at https://www.lansing.org/about-us/annual-report-and-meeting/
GLCVB Honorees Photograph
Front Row Left to Right: Katie Adams, LuAnn Maisner & Allison Goodman, Harris Nature Center; Harea & Hugh Bates, Harry’s Place
Back Row Left to Right: Erik Larson, Impression 5 Science Center; Adam Seyburn, Peanut Shop; Chris Chamberlain, Michigan Princess Riverboat; Joe Goodsir, Rick’s American Café, Harrison Roadhouse, Harrison Pub & Nuthouse