Become a Southeast Michigan Heritage Tourism Ambassador

Promote your business AND the great heritage tourism opportunities in southeast Michigan! How? Become a SEMHTA – a  Southeast Michigan Heritage Tourism Ambassador.

As a SEMHTA, you’ll not only market your product or services, but – more importantly –  you’ll market the region’s rich history by sponsoring two media and/or tourism professionals at the March 18 Southeast Michigan Heritage Tourism Networking Event: Capitalizing On Our Local History.

How does being a SEMHTA benefit you?

As a Southeast Michigan Heritage Tourism Ambassador, you’ll receive:

  1. Four tickets to this exciting event. Invite your staff members or community movers and shakers.
  2. Listing  as an ambassador on this page, the event detail page and on signage at the actual event.
  3. Verbal acknowledgment for your support at the event as well.
  4. One exhibit table so you can promote your products and services directly to networking attendees.

How does being a SEMHTA benefit our region?

Your sponsorship helps spread the word about what a great historical and cultural destination southeast Michigan really is by covering the networking event attendance costs of two journalists and/or media/travel professionals.

One media feature by just one journalist can result in tremendous positive exposure for our region. Imagine if we have 20 or more travel or media professionals in attendance!

All this buzz for only $250.

To become a SEMHTA, contact Karin Risko today via email at: k_risko@yahoo.com or by phone at: 734.642.5712

Southeast Michigan Heritage Tourism Ambassadors

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