UK marketing agency continues to expand with a major announcement from Detroit targeting the event and business sector - TravelMole


UK marketing agency continues to expand with a major announcement from Detroit targeting the event and business sector

Tuesday, Jan 30, 2024 0

 

Cellet Marketing and Public Relations Limited based in Oxfordshire continues to innovate and grow, and is announcing a major new project to promote Detroit as a serious player in the Business Meetings and Event arena,

 

With a well-established presence in the UK and Ireland leisure market, Visit Detroit is now targeting the business travel community in both countries, as the ultimate destination for conferences and Meetings, with the help of its UK Marketing and Public Relations agency.

 

The city has serious credentials with over 5,000 hotel rooms downtown. Detroit’s major Convention Centre, Huntington Place, is the 16th largest in the USA. It has 2.4 million square feet divided between five exhibit halls, 80 meeting rooms, and eight banquet rooms many with spectacular river views. It has many other options including Suburban Collection Showplace is Metro Detroit’s, this convention and expo centre, has an adjoining Hyatt Place hotel offering 126 rooms and nearly 100,000 square feet of meeting/banquet/ballroom spaces, 36 meeting rooms, and over 300,000 square feet of multipurpose exhibit floor/flexible event spaces.

 

Marking the award of the contract by Detroit, Cellet has hired Jordan McCluskey as the Account Manager. He will be responsible for spearheading Visit Detroit’s Business Travel/Conference strategy in the UK and Ireland. Jordan will work closely with business travel planners, MICE Coordinators, and airline partners such as Delta Virgin Atlantic leaving no stone unturned to make Detroit the premier destination for business travel from the UK and Ireland.

 

Yolanda Fletcher Managing Director of Cellet Marketing and Public Relations Limited said,

 

Detroit has so much to offer the business traveler who demands more than just meeting spaces and hotel beds, ease of connectivity from the UK and Ireland is a major factor, and Detroit is well served by two daily direct flights from London to Detroit via Delta and using Icelandair who offer the option of a stop-over for up to 7 days without penalty in Reykjavik from London, Manchester, and Glasgow.”

 

She continued’

 

The city boasts an impressive collection of food, beverage, and cultural opportunities, including. pre and post-tours of unique experiences such as The Motown Museum, Detroit Institute of Arts, the Ford Rouge Factory Tour, and the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation, to name but a few, we are thrilled by the opportunity to promote this great city in this way.”



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