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What does TED stand for?

TED stands for Tourism Economic Development (various locations)


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Working closely with Jim Townsend at the Bureau (and the Tourism Economic Development Council) and others, our task, really, was to organize all of this unbeatable firsthand knowledge into a powerful, exciting, see-for-yourself story - and then to get lots of people with very different backgrounds and agendas to agree that yes, this is the right story for our region to tell.
Its members include: Ann Arbor SPARK, Automation Alley, Detroit Economic Growth Corporation, Detroit Regional Chamber, Detroit Regional Economic Partnership, Detroit Renaissance, Macomb County, Oakland County, NextEnergy, TechTown, Tourism Economic Development Council and Wayne County.
Based on feedback from the private sector and the information they have compiled over the years, Kathy Ball, tourism economic development officer for Thunder Bay, is reaching out to a broader audience to let them know Thunder Bay is open for business.
5 /PRNewswire/ -- Displaying an exclusively designed banner in your business, volunteering to spruce up Detroit and signing up for hospitality training are a few of the ways the corporate community and residents can get involved in the upcoming Super Bowl XL, the Tourism Economic Development Council (TEDC) announced today.
D-Tours were created by the Tourism Economic Development Council (TEDC), a subsidiary of the DMCVB, and will be staffed in part by volunteers from Detroit Synergy, an organization of Detroiters who plan, program and promote initiatives that highlight the Detroit Region as a great place to live, work and play.
DETROIT, June 14 /PRNewswire/ -- A visitor has a significantly lower probability of becoming a crime victim in downtown Detroit than in the state of Michigan or in the entire United States, according to a new study released today by the Tourism Economic Development Council (TEDC) and prepared by Wayne State University's Michigan Metropolitan Information Center.