Grand Haven en 4 Michigan cities get some marketing help <p>Four Michigan communities are changing their downtown identity with help from the <a href="">Michigan Main Street Center</a>.</p><p>The Center hopes to help each city market their unique characteristics to residents and future visitors.</p><p>Laura Krizov manages the program for the Michigan Main Street Center. She says the four cities to receive rebranding services - <em>Boyne City, Clare, Grand Haven, and Niles</em> -&nbsp; have a downtown presence, but wanted to cultivate one that was more readily identifiable with their community.</p><p>Six communities applied for the program, but Krizov said the four were chosen because they demonstrated the need and the ability to benefit from the program:</p><blockquote><p>"We feel that they will be able to pull this off and in the end, we’ll be able to give them a great brand, telling the community who they are and what they want to do."</p></blockquote><p>Each community will get a logo and website that is meant to help them build a cohesive brand.</p><p>-Bridget Bodnar, <em>Michigan Radio Newsroom</em> Mon, 31 Jan 2011 20:32:00 +0000 Michigan Radio Newsroom 1092 at 4 Michigan cities get some marketing help