April 4, 2013 | Vol. 94, No. 79

Art of attraction

IRONWOOD — Big changes have taken place at the Western Upper Peninsula Convention and Visitors Bureau in Ironwood in the past year.

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THE WESTERN Upper Peninsula Convention and Visitors Bureau has moved. The office is at 405 N. Lake St. in Ironwood.

In November, the bureau moved to a new location, downsizing from the previous spot.

It has launched a state-of-the-art website, geared at attracting more visitors.

The new office is at 405 N. Lake St. in Ironwood.

Office manager Donna Kauppi, said, “We moved here in November, and things have been going great. We have a lot more exposure here, and we have a lot more foot traffic than we had before.”

According to WUPCVB board president Dick Swanson, the mo...