Taste of Muskegon Receives an Updated Look

Business News |Apr 12, 2017|2 min read

Muskegon, MI (April 14, 2017) – Taste of Muskegon has undergone a rebranding to begin its 11th year. Following the most successful festival in its history, the Taste of Muskegon committee decided it was time to modernize their look. Charla Proctor donated a new logo to the group which was the inspiration for their new website. The new logo incorporates food, drinks and music which follows the committee’s goal of making Taste of Muskegon about more than the food but a full “taste” of what Muskegon County has to offer. The website will feature online voting to make participating in selecting the winning plates even easier.
“We try to grow Taste every year and highlight more of the great things that Muskegon has to offer. The new branding is a part of that growth. We are excited to find new ways reach more people,” Ellen Berends, Director of Taste of Muskegon.
Taste of Muskegon, a part of Downtown Muskegon Now, will take place on June 16th and 17th in Hackley Park. It joins Parties in the Park Friday night and will feature the West Michigan Offshore Club Powerboat Street Party as part of Powerboat weekend. Saturday will begin with the United Way’s Ride United event, breakfast with the Shoreline Lions, the Downtown Car Show and the Sweetwater Local Food Market. Awards for Taste of Muskegon’s best plates will take place Saturday afternoon and includes both judge and public votes. To learn more about the restaurants, bands and events at Taste of Muskegon 2017, visit their new website at www.tasteofwww.muskegon.org.