Advertising is being sold in the Dowagiac & Sister Lakes Business & Events Brochure, which will be published this spring.  

The annual publication that was redesigned in 2018, markets the community to day-visitors and also features a list of Chamber members and a quick reference of community events.

According to Vickie Phillipson, Chamber program director, her office receives hundreds of calls and website inquiries from travelers and day-visitors, looking for information on recreational opportunities, and unique places to visit, shop and dine. Each of these inquiries receives a copy of the full-color, professionally-printed brochure.

Brochures are distributed for the Chamber by Travel Michigan and the Southwestern Michigan Tourist Council. It is also table-topped at high-traffic businesses in Dowagiac, Sister Lakes and in surrounding communities throughout southwest Michigan.

Ads range from $145 to $390 for the publication that has a 10-month shelf life. To reserve ad space call the Chamber office today at 782.8212. To be included in the business listing, members must have their dues up-to-date.

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    Advertising is being sold in the Dowagiac & Sister Lakes Business & Events Brochure, which will be published this spring.  

    The annual publication that was redesigned in 2018, markets the community to day-visitors and also features a list of Chamber members and a quick reference of community events.

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