Senator Reinert’s Office Hosts Visit Duluth “Branch”
Senator Roger Reinert’s legislative office is now hosting the “southern branch office” for Visit Duluth – a branded informational kiosk.
“I have wanted to install a card rack by my Capitol office since I got to St. Paul,” said Senator Reinert. “Being able to promote my city is one of the best parts of being the Senator from Duluth.”
Duluth is the first city to have a specific information station installed in the State Office Building. It includes maps and brochures from various attractions and events. Lake Superior Zoo, the Aquarium, Glensheen Mansion, the Tweed Museum of Art, and the Downtown Business District are just a few of the attractions represented.
“I believe that Duluth is the best vacation destination in the whole state,” said Senator Reinert. “In this current economy, our city is an even better value for recreation and tourism options. Having a place for metro-area residents to get information about Duluth is a win-win situation.”
Senator Reinert has been a Visit Duluth board member since 2005.