Experiencing Grand Rapids - 5:09
with Doug Small of Experience Grand Rapids
Posted Oct 05, 2017
Grand Rapids is the second largest city in Michigan with a population of about 192,000 in the city and about a million in the Metro Grand Rapids area. Grand Rapids is located on the banks of the Grand River that winds its way through downtown. Grand Rapids gets its name from the Grand River and the rapids that used to help the local furniture industry with the transport of logs. In the early 1900s flood walls were installed in the river to remove the rapids in order to help manage flooding. The Grand Rapids WhiteWater Project is now in the works to restore the river and the rapids. Grand Rapids is only 25 miles east of Lake Michigan and the lakeshore communities of Holland, Muskegon and Grand Haven. President and CEO, Doug Small of Experience Grand Rapids joins host Laurel Hess to talk about the great things to experience in Grand Rapids. Interview recorded September 21st, 2017.
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