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GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE MAKES A LASTING IMPRESSION

A rose is a thing of beauty.  When you see it, you appreciate it.  You want to grow it, savor it and put a light on it for all to see.

Twenty years ago, the Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau names its award program that celebrates outstanding service in the hospitality industry after it: Recognition of Service Excellence (ROSE).

They recognize service excellence because hospitality is important business in metro Detroit.  It attracts 14.2 million visitors annually.  It has grown 60,000 jobs.  It contributes nearly $6 billion to our tri-county economy every year.  And visitors who have a fulfilling experience in metro Detroit, that includes outstanding hospitality, come back again and again.  That's worth celebrating.

More about the award

The DMCVB invites the public and hospitality industry to play a vital role in the ROSE Awards selection process.  There are three major components to the process:  The nomination component, the voting component, and the judging and selection process.

Please review our nominees and thank you to all that support the voting process.

More Information is available at the official DMCVB Rose Awards website.

...and the nominees are:

Randy "John" Dickerson, Banquet Server  (Hotel)

Sami Petros, Banquet Server  (Hotel)

Danielle Morgan, Banquet Bartender  (Hotel)

Dalvon Turner, In-Room Dining  (Hotel)

Gary Keoleian, Bell/Doorman  (Hotel)

Seabronetta Barr, Guest Services (Hotel)

Astrit Nacollari, Engineering  (Hotel)

Virginia Currie, Public Area Custodian  (Hotel)

Ginger "Virginia" Pyden, Tea  (Hotel)

Darrius Shipp, Banquet Cook  (Hotel)

Tammy Plunske, Banquet Cook  (Hotel)

Terrence Turner, Server Assistant   (Restaurant)