Campaign gets word out about Tecumseh

Tecumseh is getting a wider reach through activities related to the Pure Michigan campaign. In conjunction with the Pure Michigan radio campaign, the city also has an ad in the Pure Michigan Travel Guide this year. One-million of the guides were printed, and 650,000 copies are included in the subscriber mailing of the March/April issue of Midwest Living Magazine, according to a report by Tecumseh City Manager, Kevin Welch. At least 15,000 copies are distributed with the magazine in Chicago, Ill.Up to 335,000 copies are distributed by Travel Michigan at Welcome Centers throughout the state as well. The publication is also online at www.michigan.org and the Downtown Tecumseh ad in the online version links back to the city’s www.downtowntecumseh.com website. Potential visitors may also request information about the city through MiLeads Reader Service.Since the Pure Michigan Travel Guide’s delivery in early March, Welch notes that the city has received requests from people interested in visiting the city from Illinois, Massachusetts, Missouri, Ohio, Wisconsin, and Ontario, Canada, as well as from within Michigan.

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