County extends lodging tax and payout to Experience GR

Czurak, David
December 2012
Grand Rapids Business Journal;12/17/2012, Vol. 30 Issue 51, p6
The article reports on the agreement of Kent County commissioners in Michigan to extend the duration of the county's lodging excise tax ordinance and award Experience Grand Rapids a larger payout for the success the destination marketer has had in raising revenue to the tax fund in 2012.


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