Parks, trails, forests and greenspaces cover thousands of acres and touch every corner of Kent County. As the weather...Experience Grand Rapids
April 16, 2019
What's going on in Grand Rapids? A lot. No seriously. Check it out for yourself!
“A Grand Investment” is an ongoing series exploring the business landscape of Grand Rapids. Michigan’s fastest growing metro area and one of the nation’s strongest economies, Grand Rapids is fueled by a creative, collaborative spirit that generates global, national and entrepreneurial investment. This series highlights leading sectors of the local economy and underscores the city’s suitability for innovation-focused meetings.
The Grand River Restoration project inspired an entire city to rally behind restoration of its namesake river. More that...Experience Grand Rapids
LendingTree named Grand Rapids the #2 best city for new small businesses. Click here to learn why.
Business Insider named Grand Rapids the #1 place that Millennials are flocking to in the US to get a job, buy a home, and start a life. Click here for the full article.
The Penny Hoarder ranked Grand Rapids #2 out of 25 U.S. Cities That Millennials Can Afford - and Actually Want to Live In. Click here for the full article.
Forbes named Grand Rapids the #1 fastest growing economy in the U.S. based on Headlight Data. Click here to view the full article.
Headlight Data named Grand Rapids the fastest growing large metro economy of 2016. Click here for the full article.
Matador Network named Grand Rapids one of the best college towns in America. Check out the full article here .
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Travelocity and The American Distilling Institute named Grand Rapids #10 by population in their "America’s Top 20 Craft Spirits Tourism Destinations" list. Click here for the full article.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 11, 2017 CONTACT: Stephanie Kotschevar, Experience Grand Rapids 616-233-3577, email@example.com WORLD FOOD TRAVEL ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES 2017 FOODTREKKING
A blogger from Food Travelist came to Grand Rapids to explore the food scene. Click here to learn about where she went and what she thought of the local grub.
Kelly Rizzo from the blog Eat. Travel. Rock. visited Grand Rapids to explore the food, music, and beer scene. Click here to check out her full post.
Igee Okafur, a fashion and lifestyle blogger, visited Grand Rapids in partnership with Pure Michigan to explore the city. Click here for his list of places to eat and visit in Grand Rapids as well as
Francesca from The Working Mom's Travels visited Grand Rapids with a friend to explore the food scene. Click here for the full blog post.
Yelp named the top 10 breweries in 2017 (so far) in Grand Rapids. Click here for the list.
Liz Della Croce from The Lemon Bowl continued her "What to Eat & How to Burn it Off' series in Grand Rapids. Click here to view her full blog post.
Passport Magazine described "What's New in Grand Rapids, Saugatuck, and Douglas The Gay-Friendly Midwest". Click here for the full article.
Jackie Dodd is the blogger for The Beeroness. She came to Grand Rapids in February 2017 to experience Beer City USA. Click here for the full blog post.
One of the hottest new things to do on a Sunday around Grand Rapids involves high kicks, cartwheels, and spins. It’s known as Michigan Drag Brunch , and it’s the latest Sunday Funday event hitting
Voted Best Beer Town , Best Beer Scene , and Beer City, USA , the Grand Rapids area is surrounded by more than 80 breweries. However, only a couple of decades ago, Grand Rapids wasn’t nearly as prominent
Sometimes the weight of life calls for a healthy dose of the best medicine out there: laughter. If you’re on the prowl for a proper belly laugh, there are multiple venues and performance groups in
As winter sets in, so does cabin fever. Thankfully, there are plenty of outdoor recreational activities available after the cold temperatures set in. One of the longest-standing winter recreation
The Grand River Restoration project inspired an entire city to rally behind restoration of its namesake river. More that 10 years after the project launched, thousands have contributed to the vision