With its new Staycation Brochure, Downtown Cleveland Alliance (DCA) is refreshing memories of how much fun can be had in the city. It’s also paving a road back for travel and tourism, which have been impacted by the pandemic.
“Obviously, people across the country are not traveling the great distances they once did,” says Michael Deemer, executive vice president of business development for DCA. “At the same time, we all have cabin fever. We are all looking at ways to get out for a change of scenery and enjoy ourselves. That’s why we partnered with local businesses and a number of our hotels to create our Staycation Brochure, so people across Northeast Ohio can see all of the things there are to do in downtown right now.”
While there are limited spaces at First Energy Field for Browns games, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is open, as is Great Lakes Cleveland Aquarium and Great Lakes Science Center.
“The Music Box Supper Club is open and welcoming visitors, and there are more than 130 restaurants that are ready to serve people safely,” adds Deemer. “Hotels, as well as the people who rely on hotels to make their livings, need our support. While hotel occupancy is moving in the right direction, it is nowhere near what it was before the pandemic because people are just not traveling now because of business or recreation.”
DCA’s new Staycation Brochure offers dining, sightseeing and destinations, which will make anyone’s next visit downtown memorable and exciting.