WHMI Interview with Amelia Ritter, LCCVB
Howell Area Chamber of Commerce President, Janelle Best discusses the Margaret Starkey Scholarship program with recent scholarship recipient, Amelia Ritter. Amelia is the Digital Marketing & Content Manager for Livingston County Convention and Visitors Bureau. She shares about her role at LCCVB, recent achievements, and how this scholarship program will support her educational advancement.
Read the full Livingston Daily article here. Vivian Combs already is a talented painter at 15. She recently added “art teacher” to her resume. Combs is teaching kids art classes at Art Learning Center and Gallery, a new fine art gallery, arts and crafts studio and education space at 125 Pearl St. in Pinckney. The art …more
To read the whole Livingston Daily article, click here. Regulars to Kensington Metropark will notice a different type of golfer this weekend as professional disc golfers compete on the Disc Golf Pro Tour. The Discraft Great Lakes Open at Kensington Metropark is the seventh stop on the tour. This is the fifth year the tour has …more
To see the full article in Livingston Daily, click here. Brighton dad and BBQ sauce creator John O’Brien found himself in a position that many have experienced during the coronavirus pandemic. O’Brien got laid off and had to contemplate his next career move. He landed in the food truck industry and his sons, Alexander and Jacob Kova, …more
Howell, Michigan (June 9, 2021)- The Livingston County Convention & Visitors Bureau (LCCVB) hosted a Heart of Hospitality Luncheon at 2Fog’s on June 8 to present the 2021 Hospitality with Heart Awards, Hospitality Star Scholarships, and a Community Influencer Award. In the past year, several Livingston County businesses stepped up and donated funds, equipment, and …more
Read the full article by Livingston Daily here Jordan and Mark Dick of JD Racing negotiated a rent-to-own style agreement with Howell city officials for more than 200 acres of vacant land in the city. The father and son are planning to develop a motor sport complex featuring racetracks, event venues, car garage condominiums, …more
Read Livingston Daily’s full article here Aidyn Messerschmidt’s in-person school experience ended early, but new doors opened for his future. Messerschmidt, 19, is a 2020 graduate of Hartland High School. Less than a year later, he is a first-time entrepreneur. His new business, Galaxy VR Arcade, is expected to open Feb. 27 at 4088 E. …more
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The Livingston County Convention & Visitors Bureau is excited to announce it is supporting National Plan for Vacation Day (NPVD), the annual day for Americans to plan their vacation for the entire year at the start of the year, on January 26. Though many Americans are not ready or able to take a trip just …more
The Livingston County Convention & Visitors Bureau Board (LCCVB) of Directors established an annual “Hospitality Star Scholarships” for 2021. Two annual scholarships in the amount of $1,500 will be awarded by the LCCVB. One to a current Cleary University Hospitality student and one to a high school senior in a Livingston County high school pursuing …more