Check In Michigan is an association of the hospitality and tourism industry, that channels the voices of our community to advance the work of our hotels, attractions, and hospitality ventures. Check In Michigan invites stakeholders of all kinds to check in on topics of importance, while presenting a public identity that supports all hospitality and tourism by encouraging the checking in at lodging properties, the experiencing of attractions and hospitality of our communities, and the advocating for the experience of Michigan through social media channels. CHECK IN surely takes many shapes, and we encourage them all.
Just a Few Frequently Asked Questions
Q: I’m not the President or Executive Leadership for my organization. Can I benefit from the work of Check in Michigan?
A: Absolutely. Not only are our trainings and educational benefits intended for a wide spectrum of employee types, but we encourage membership as an avenue to connect with the industry at large, benefiting employees at all levels of service.
Q: What should I expect of my membership?
A: Like all things, you get from it what you put in. Attend meetings of Women in Leadership, and meet the dynamic female leaders making things happen in our state. Participate in an online training, and find things you can put to use immediately in your daily work. Post positions for your business or browse job seekers and find the perfect match. Use our membership as a conduit to your next industry need, or to connect with someone you want to learn from. Check In Michigan makes it possible!
Check In Michigan Membership Options
Lodging properties of
50 rooms or less = $279 annually
51 rooms and up = $7/room
Bed and Breakfast
A small lodging property operated out of a private home that offers overnight accommodations and breakfast, but not other meals.
Convention & Visitor Bureaus, (CVBs), Destination Marketing Organizations and Regional Chambers of Commerce
A place of interest where tourists visit, typically for its cultural value, historical significance, natural or built beauty, or amusement opportunities.
Colleges & Universities offering coursework in hotel, tourism-related, recreational, and hospitality-related management degree programs.
College or university students pursuing degrees in hotel management, tourism, recreational or hospitality-related degree programs.
Businesses (other than those categories described above) serving the needs of people engaged in travel for recreational, athletic, leisure, or business purposes. This category encompasses campgrounds, golf courses, marinas, and other tourism segments represented by statewide trade associations. (See details below)
Qualified Tourism Member
Qualified Tourism Members are defined as those businesses that are members of a statewide trade association that specifically represents their industry segment.
Non-Qualified Tourism Member
Non-Qualified Tourism Members are defined as those tourism businesses that do not belong to a statewide trade association representing their industry segment as described above.