Cultural Heritage Tourism Means Business for Cleveland
9th Annual Historic Downtown Cleveland Luncheon Forum
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
at Sammy's Metropolitan Ballroom
(925 Building, 21st Floor, 925 East 9th Street)
Presentation: "Cultural Heritage Tourism Means Business for Cleveland!"
The Historic Warehouse District Development Corporation, Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation and PlayhouseSquare District Development Corporation are pleased to bring Laura Mandala, Managing Director, and Regina Binder, Director of Research, of Mandala Research LLC to Cleveland, as the featured speakers of this year's Historic Downtown Cleveland Luncheon Forum.
Thomas Yablonsky, Executive Director of Historic Warehouse District and Historic Gateway Neighborhood, stated, "With downtown Cleveland on the brink of a dramatic upturn in the marketplace, we will soon be enjoying several opportunities to bring more cultural and heritage travelers to our City. It is imperative to learn what is important to these people, in order to increase the benefits of what their economic impact can meant to our community. Thus, we are indeed fortunate to bring these talented authorities to Cleveland to share their valuable expertise at our Annual Luncheon Forum."
Tickets for the event are $65 per person.
Corporate Tables are available for $1500.
For reservations, call 216.344.3937.
Proceeds will benefit the Historic Warehouse District Development Corporation, Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation and PlayhouseSquare District Development Corporation.
Sandvick Architects and McGladrey are recognized for their valuable support of the Annual Luncheon Forum as Corporate Benefactor Sponsors.
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