The Muskogee Tourism Authority, often known as Go to Muskogee, lately partnered with the Muskogee Lodge + Lodging Affiliation (MHLA) to beautify the ‘Welcome to Muskogee’ signal situated off U.S. 69, simply north of the Shawnee Bypass.
“Creating memorable experiences for our resort friends is our primary precedence,” mentioned Heather Cain of MHLA. “That begins with some #MyMuskogee hospitality the minute they stroll by way of our doorways. Muskogee Lodge and Lodging Affiliation is joyful to undertake the Welcome to Muskogee signal to have the ability to give each vacationers and residents an attractive “Welcome” to our neighborhood. Representatives of MHLA, together with one among our founding sponsors SERVPRO, assisted Arteaga Lawncare cleansing up and replanting the flowerbeds. We’re joyful to have the ability to contribute and provides again to the neighborhood.”
The signal’s inviting flowerbed now accommodates a mixture of bushes, decorative grass, perennials and annuals for a wide range of heights and coloration. Among the newly planted gadgets will develop year-round, whereas others might be freshened up seasonally.
“Caring for our ‘Welcome’ Signal is a vital contribution to the general look and delight of our neighborhood,” mentioned Wren Stratton, board member of A Extra Stunning Muskogee. “By taking accountability for the beautification of the signal, the MHLA are demonstrating how dedicated they’re to taking part in an lively function in tourism efforts.”
Jordyn Jorgenson, tourism director for Muskogee, mentioned the group is grateful to accomplice with the MHLA group and their landscapers to offer some much-needed TLC to the Welcome Signal.
“From spring flooding to document setting warmth over the summer season, the flowerbeds on the signal had been needing refreshing and MHLA has actually stepped up by adopting the signal for the rest of 2022 and into the 2023 spring season to make sure our guests are greeted with an attractive and lavish signal our entire neighborhood could be happy with,” Jorgenson mentioned.