Downtown Port Huron's historic Sperry's building will soon become a City Flats Hotel and Bistro which plans to open in the Spring of 2015. 

Canadian Appreciation Day Returns

In St. Clair County, Michigan, organizers are excited to announce the 2nd Annual Canadian Appreciation event for 2014.  This year’s event has been expanded from a one day celebration, to a full weekend event, taking place Saturday, May 17 through Monday, May 19. 

Canadian visitors traveling to St. Clair County, Michigan, will enjoy discounts from numerous retailers, restaurants and businesses, area golf courses and more.  Everyone in the family, even four legged family members, will benefit from special savings and promotions.  To view a list of participating businesses and merchants, visit www.facebook.com/canadianappreciationday.    

From Canadian business investments to tax dollars, jobs, tourism and visitor spending, Canada plays a vital role in sustaining and growing our local economy. 

Marci Fogal, President of the Blue Water Area Convention and Visitors Bureau feels Canadian Appreciation Day is a perfect tie-in with the Pure Michigan campaign.  Pure Michigan is targeting Ontario Canada with a $2 million dollar budget.  The “Discover the Blue” campaign is a Pure Michigan Partner working to gain exposure to the Canadian market.

St. Clair County businesses interested in participating with a special offer may contact the EDA or email offers and logos to:  eda@edascc.com (subject:  Canadian Appreciation Day).  

 

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| by EDA of St. Clair County, MI.

CityFlatsHotel & Bistro Coming to Downtown Port Huron

Chuck Reid, owner of the CityFlatsHotel, announced April 16, 2014, that Downtown Port will be the new location for a CityFlatsHotel & bistro.  The vacant historic Sperry's building in Port Huron will soon become a high-end hotel featuring 38 rooms, a bistro, ballroom and conference rooms.  CityFlatsHotel is expected to open in the Spring of 2015, will invest between $12-$14 Million and be hiring approximately 50 people.

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