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Monthly Archives: May 2011

Historic Warehouse District Launches “Date Nite in the District”

Restaurants offer attractive prix-fixe menus Starting May 27, visitors to the Warehouse District will have a new reason to experience some of downtown Cleveland’s finest dining and entertainment with the launch of “Date Nite in the District,” happening every Friday through Labor Day weekend. The promotion features specially priced prix-fixe menus from 14 of the [...]

Ambassador Appreciation Letter

An individual employed at Barry University sent this letter to DCA’s Operations Manager after being assisted last week when his tire blew out…. Hello, I would first like to say that if thought chivalry was dead, then i was happily proven wrong by your employee Team Lead Brooks. Even on a dull, dim, and rainy [...]

Summer Excitement at PlayhouseSquare

Programs to Create Energy and Activity for the Theater District Area in Downtown Cleveland Starting on May 31, 2011 through September 14, 2011, the PlayhouseSquare District will be bouncing with activity outdoors on Star Plaza and inside the PlayhouseSquare theaters as PlayhouseSquare and the PlayhouseSquare District Development Corporation (PDDC) work together to unveil “Summer Excitement [...]

DCA Member Spotlight: Medical Mart & Convention Center

Cleveland Medical Mart & Convention Center (Cleveland MMCC) brings buyers and sellers together at the world’s first market facility designed specifically for the healthcare industry. The state-of-the-art facility integrates permanent showrooms with convention and conference facilities to uniquely meet the innovation, education and commerce needs of the medical marketplace. Medical Mart showrooms will feature the [...]

The Wall Street Journal Recognizes PlayhouseSquare’s Success

In a recent Wall Street Journal Article  entitled “In Cleveland, a Model of Economic Viability in the Arts”, journalist Joel Henning wrote about the unique business model that PlayhouseSquare offers and the success that it has seen over the years. Henning states,  ‘Arts and culture is losing its market share of philanthropy,” according to the [...]

Developers of the Convention Center expect to surpass expectations

In an article in today’s Plain Dealer developers of the the Medical Mart and Convention Center released that they anticipate a successful venture with this project. Read some of the article below. “MMPI executives predict the complex will lure 60 medical conventions and 100 smaller health care meetings a year, populating downtown with 300,000 annual [...]

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