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In The Studio

ENTERTAINMENT

ENTERTAINMENT

PLACES YOUR BUSINESS WILL BE SEEN!

Barber

BARBER
& BEAUTY

NIGHT LIFE

55 Hotels - 36 Corporate Headquarters - 20 Tourist Destinations - 40+ Local Businesses

Shopping Spree

SHOPPING

Gospel Choir

RELIGIOUS
& FATIH BASED

WHERE TO GO & WHAT TO DO IN BLACK MILWAUKEE

Partial Hotel List: Ambassador, Astor, Baymont, Best Western, Comfort Suites, Country Inn & Suites, County Clare, Courtyard by Marriott, Days Inn, Fairfield Inn, Four Points Sheraton, Hampton Inn, Hilton, Holiday Inn, Homestead Suites, Hotel Metro, Hyatt, Knickerbocker, Ramada, Residence Inn, Sheraton, Woodfield Suites, Wyndham Garden and more. 

 

Locations: Betty Brinn Children’s Museum, Boerner Botanical Gardens, Charles Allis Art Museum, Discovery World, Harley Davidson Tour Center, Miller Brewery Tour Center, Milwaukee County Zoo, Milwaukee Public Museum, Mitchell Park Domes, Pettit National Ice Center and more.

With consumer confidence and household wealth way up and consumer debt way down, we expect 2023 to be another good year for tourism spending. Visitors are looking for unique experiences worthy of bragging about. With world-class arts and culture, endless festivals, unique attractions, and a diverse food scene, Milwaukee is well positioned as a top travel destination.

In the Greater Milwaukee area, our hotel partners have seen positive revenue growth since 2010, and this trend is projected to continue in 2023. Over the past three years, the increase in revenue has been driven largely by growth in both rate and supply. In 2016, Milwaukee County hotels experienced a revenue surge of 7.2 percent and Milwaukee Downtown, 6 percent. In 2016, the average daily rate in Milwaukee County rose by 2.8 percent and supply by 3.9 percent.

 

In Milwaukee Downtown, the average daily rate grew by 3.2 percent and supply by 3.7 percent. In 2023, we expect to see continued growth in rate driven Executive summary 6 by strong business and leisure demand, and a modest growth in supply, with the Westin Hotel adding 220 rooms to the market in June of 2017. This property will be positioned at top-of-market for average daily rate. 

THE WHY...

Goal

The goal of this promotion is to promote Black Business, Black Culture and Black Excellence in Milwaukee and throughout the state of Wisconsin.

Locations

We will distribute our tourist brochures to approximately 55 hotels; 35 corporate locations; General Mitchell Field and 20 tourist attractions and more than 40 local businesses.

Logistics

Our brochure will be placed in over 200 locations thought out Southeastern Wisconsin. Join us as we create this exciting business moment.

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Select Where to Go and What to Do in Black Milwaukee $250 per quarter, $300 with logo added!

(414) 306-6460 | 3020 W. Vliet Street, Milwaukee, WI 53208

Point of Contact : Ruben Hopkins (admin@twbcc.com)

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