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A Detroit landmark, the Ambassador Bridge connects the U.S. and Canada.

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Call or E-mail us with questions or to discuss your metro Detroit Meeting, Conference, or Convention Planning. The DMCVB is ready to help you plan a successful Detroit Meeting. Expect a prompt reply — we value your business.

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Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau
211 W. Fort Street, Suite 1000
Detroit, MI 48226
Office Hours: M-F, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. (EST)
Main Phone: 313-202-1800
Main Fax: 313-202-1808
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Web: meetdetroit.com

DMCVB's Visitor Information Center:
Phone: 800-DETROIT (338-7648)
Fax: 313-202-1833
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Web: visitdetroit.com

 "The city's industrial past is already giving way to a high tech future, and the excitement we've seen throughout the city ­ as well as the success that new tech firms have already had ­ is making the Big D one of the best places to launch a tech startup this year."


— Dan Blacharski, Techie.com editor-in-chief String

 

 

 

 

… of the fantastic walkable downtown, fantastic new restaurants and @detroitrvrfrnt.
-@sharonw48993484

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… I want to be part of something amazing, a revitalization of making America great again.
-@cbello

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"Obviously, Detroit is the place to be when it comes to [manufacturing] technology." See Sam's testimonial.


— Sam Canning, Griffith University, Queensland, Australiaachers Association
… it’s a comeback city making headlines at a great value!
-@tracijames_cmp

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… of the arts, history, Cobo Center and total cool factors like @detroitrvrfrnt.
-@bestbybeth

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… I know how hard everybody has worked to make a great comeback.
-@rapoportgayle

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… I love a great comeback story!
-@hrkest

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… you can get a great experience for your group at exceptional value.
-@kimsrosado

@kimsrosado
… of the Motown music!
-@juliepplett

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Fast Fact

In 1913 Henry Ford introduced an improved assembly line in Detroit, revolutionizing the auto industry.