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Join The Scavenger Hunt – National Travel and Tourism Week 2021!

April 28, 2021 | Story by: Amelia Ritter

Keep a close eye out for hidden treasures this week when you’re scrolling through your social media feed! To celebrate National Travel and Tourism Week, the Livingston County Convention & Visitors Bureau has teamed up with over 30 destinations around Michigan for a statewide scavenger hunt!

National Travel and Tourism Week (NTTW) 2021 recognizes the Power of Travel and the industry’s role in bringing back our vibrant communities, restoring the U.S. economy, rebuilding our workforce, and reconnecting America. Here in Michigan, we want to celebrate the Power of Travel with you by safely welcoming you back not only to the Brighton-Howell Area but connecting you with other destinations around the state and encouraging an epic summer road trip!

Stay tuned to our social media from May 2nd – 8th for clues to where some special Michigan goodies are waiting for you, not just in Livingston County, but all around the state! Here are a few of the fun things you have the chance to win!

  • $100 to delicious restaurants like Jake’s Restaurant in Saginaw, Zingerman’s in Ann Arbor, London Chophouse in Detroit, or VI Restaurant in St. Ignace.
  • $50-$100 shopping sprees for eclectic stores such as Local Basket Case in Alpena, Painted Turtle Gift Shop and Art Works in Big Rapids, Decadent Dogs in South Haven, Yooper Trading Company in Sault St. Marie, and The Outfitter in Harbor Springs.
  • $50-$100 in activity vouchers for things like Michigan Adventure in Muskegon, Art Reach in Mt. Pleasant, Tecumseh Center for the Arts in Lenawee County, Ottawa Casino in Petoskey, and Mushroom House tours in Charlevoix.

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This summer, embrace the Power of Travel! Extend your vacation and travel further, challenging yourself to explore parts of Michigan that you’ve never been to before.

While The Great Michigan Scavenger Hunt may only last a week, the Power of Travel continues on throughout the month of May! Whether you found a prize somewhere across Michigan or you’re dreaming of your next trip from home, join in the fun by sharing your favorite Michigan travel memory on Twitter or Instagram using #MIPowerOfTravel. Ten lucky grand prize winners will snag a Michigan road trip, full of overnight stays in amazing destinations, activity vouchers, and dining certificates.

For official contest rules, click here.

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