Please fill out and submit this form if you are a Lake City business or organization.
Your information will be used on this web site. If you are a Lake City Tourism Bureau member we will also use your information to promote your business in our emails, social medias and web site. See below for benefits and how to become a member!
BECOME A LAKE CITY TOURISM BUREAU MEMBER
Lake City Tourism Bureau Member Benefits:
Attend Lake City tourism meetings and events.
Network with Lake City businesses and organizations.
Be able to vote on Lake City Tourism Bureau board decisions.
Be eligible to become a board member.
Become eligible for funding, planning or promotional assistance of an event or activity.
Promotion in our emails and social medias.
Highlighted on our VisitLakeCity.org web site
Do you have questions about membership?
Contact Kathy Jo Rodester, Lake City Tourism President at 651-345-2764 or email here.
New Members – $50 ($25 if joining at Annual Meeting)
Renewals – $25 after January 31st ($20 if renewing at Annual Meeting)
Add additional business to current paid member – $25 each
Renew additional business – $10 each
Become a Member Now!
$25 Membership Renewals (by January 31st)
If you prefer to mail in your $50 membership fee or $20 renewal fee submit to:
Lake City Tourism Bureau
PO Box 155
Lake City, MN 55041
Any renewal not paid by June 1st will lose access to the Lake City Tourism Bureau as well as the member logo on their business web page. To rejoin will be $50 for remainder of the year with $20 renewal at the next Annual Meeting.
Please Note: Discounts for joining/renewing at Annual Meeting requires the business to be present at the meeting.
Download a Request for Assistance application here.
The mission of the Lake City Tourism Bureau is to promote and position Lake City, Minnesota as a premier leisure tourism destination through a broad program of advertising, public relations, internet and social medias, events and marketing strategies for the Lake City area.
These strategies are designed to maintain and improve the city’s image as a great place to visit, to attract an increased number of travelers, and to increase tourist spending in Lake City.