February 2020 CTA Newsletter
The GLCVB’s Annual Meeting will be held at the Crowne Plaza Lansing West on Tuesday, February 25 from 8:30 - 10:00 a.m. All CTAs are invited to attend to hear updates on the tourism industry and congratulate the year’s Star Award recipient and Five-Year and Ten-Year CTA Pin recipients!
Congratulations to our Lansing area CTAs! Our program’s renewal rate was 86% which is a record for our program! We bested the national average which was 58%! Thank so all of you for your commitment and continued support of the CTA program in our region! We’re looking forward to a great 2020!
Munn Ice Arena has been home to Michigan State hockey since opening its doors on November 1, 1974. The arena is undergoing an $18.8 million renovation project that will be completed in the fall. The expansion project will provide new areas to benefit student-athletes, including a locker room, state-of-the-art weight room and training areas, hydrotherapy pools, shooting bays, and a players' lounge. Additionally, new offices for coaches and staff will be moved above ground, and an expanded concourse will connect a Hall of Honor highlighting individual and team accomplishments to an enhanced pro-apparel shop.
Where in Greater Lansing is the best place to warm up on a cold and blustery winter day? Check out the GLCVB’s Blog that highlights some favorites to keep our visitors warm both inside and outside.
Log in to www.ctanetwork.com to take advantage of the Freebie and Discount that has been offered to CTAs this month. Once you log in, you can print this month’s special for Batter Up Bistro (621 E. Michigan Avenue). One FREE Bistro Brew with Any Purchase. Cannot be combined with any other offer.
February 28-March 1 – Nordic Fire Festival in Charlotte
February 29 – Brrs, Beards & Brews: A Lumberjack Festival in Old Town
March 6 – Arts Night Out in Old Town
CTA Classes return in person!
November 30: 9 a.m.to 1 p.m.
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Munn Ice Arena was home to the NCAA's longest consecutive regular-season sell-out streak. On Dec. 19, 1985, Michigan State produced a sell-out crowd versus Northern Michigan University. Michigan State went on to sell-out 323 consecutive regular season home games. The streak ended on Oct. 15, 2004 when Munn failed to fill to capacity for a game against St. Lawrence University.
The third and eighth people to email Kristina Kauffman at firstname.lastname@example.org with the name/location of the image below will win a prize!
Last month’s “What Am I?” picture was from Looking Glass Brewery in downtown DeWitt. Congratulations to Sara Veit, Crowne Plaza Lansing West and April Fitzsimmons, Crowne Plaza Lansing West!