Corbin President a Featured Speaker at Michigan Downtowns Conference

Posted in Civic, Government, Speaking Engagements on June 24th, 2011 by Mark VanderKlipp – Be the first to comment

41590_269886316823_5035862_nOn Friday, July 22, the Michigan Downtown Association is hosting its Sault Ste. Marie conference. The afternoon session is titled “Finding the Way – Trailways, Waterways and Wayfinding”. Mark VanderKlipp will be part of a panel including Tim Knutsen, an Associate at Beckett and Raeder’s Petoskey office, and Sam Lovall of Lovall Associates and Michigan State University. We will be presenting work and engaging in a conversation with conference attendees from downtowns throughout the Great State of Michigan!

For more information on the Association or the conference, go to www.michigandowntowns.com

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To summarize:

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