Meet Minneapolis asks the community to envision the future of our city
Minneapolis (June 1, 2016) --- Meet Minneapolis, convention and visitors association, will be reaching out into the community all summer long, asking for residents’ help in planning for the future of our city.
Throughout 2016, Meet Minneapolis and the City’s Community Planning and Economic Development Department are teaming up to create Destination Transformation 2030, a 15-year tourism master plan for the city. It will help shape the city we become, from attractions and green spaces, to hotels, transportation, events and beyond. The plan will be a vehicle to drive economic development, create jobs, boost business and increase tax revenues, among many other benefits to the community.
Meet Minneapolis wants to know about residents’ visions for the future of Minneapolis. How do we make the city an even more attractive, thriving, engaging destination for visitors and residents? Destination Transformation 2030 is Minneapolis’ chance to chart a course toward becoming an even better destination in the years ahead. While the plan focuses on how the city will develop its tourism assets, local residents will also benefit greatly from improved attractions and infrastructure that will come in the years ahead.
Meet Minneapolis will do outreach and offer opportunities for the public to share their ideas for the future at these events all over the city this summer:
Open Streets Lyndale, Sunday, June 5
Twin Cities Pride, Saturday-Sunday, June 25-26
Open Streets Downtown, Sunday, July 10
Open Streets East Lake, Sunday, July 24
Open Streets Northeast, Sunday, Aug. 7
Open Streets Franklin, Sunday, Aug. 21
Open Streets West Broadway, Saturday, Sept. 10
Open Streets Nicollet, Sunday, Sept. 18
Open Streets University of Minnesota, Saturday, Oct. 1
For details on the community events, visit these sites:
Other outreach events will be added to the calendar throughout the summer. To see an up-to-date list and to learn more about Destination Transformation 2030, visit www.minneapolis.org/DT2030. On the site, residents and visitors can take a short survey to share their favorite Minneapolis hotspots and attractions.
ABOUT MEET MINNEAPOLIS
Meet Minneapolis is a private, not-for-profit, member-based association. It actively promotes and sells the Minneapolis area as a destination for conventions and meetings, works to maximize the visitor experience and markets the city as a desirable tourist destination to maximize the economic benefit to the greater Minneapolis area.
Meet Minneapolis is accredited by the Destination Marketing Accreditation Program (DMAP) of the Destination Marketing Association International.
Find out more:
Online: www.minneapolis.org and http://go.minneapolis.org
On Twitter: http://twitter.com/meetminneapolis
On Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/meetminneapolis/
Matt Laible, Meet Minneapolis Director of Public Relations & Communications 612.767.8220, email@example.com
Meet Minneapolis Convention & Visitors Association
250 Marquette Avenue South, Suite 1300, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55401 USA
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