North Coast Radio Ad

Sunset at Sleeping Bear

Sunset at Sleeping Bear

We know how much you love the North Coast, and we do too.  That’s why we have this brand new radio ad devoted to it.  It hit the airwaves this  morning in select markets, but we wanted all of our fans to be able to listen to it.

Michigan’s North Coast is the area of the Northern Lower Peninsula that stretches along 160 miles of the Lake Michigan coastline.  Areas like Traverse City, Frankfort, Manistee, Petoskey, Boyne,  Harbor Springs, Charlevoix, and the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore make up this beautiful area.

We hope you enjoy this radio ad, and that you get a chance to explore all the North Coast has to offer this fall.  Let us know what you think!

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15 thoughts on “North Coast Radio Ad

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  2. Connie ~ I couldn’t agree with you more, I adore these ads.

    Every time they come on the radio here in Chicago I have to stop and listen, they just warm my heart.

    I can’t wait for our mid-October visit, we are planning our trip right now on this site.

    Tim Allen, huh? I didn’t know, he does a fantastic job and whoever writes the copy does a wonderful job.

  3. East coast native here myself, but living in other parts of Michigan the past 30 years and agree about the Lake Huron shoreline comments. It amazes me how unspoiled the Tawas/Oscoda/Harrisville/Rogers City/Alpena/Cheboygan corridor still remains! However, back to the North Coast ad: I think it does a tremendous job of expressing the relaxation and “warm fuzzy feelings” that can be had all over the state, no matter what region is visited. The music has a Pavlovian effect on me now; all I have to do is hear the first few notes and my eyes begin to mist!

  4. I’m an Ohioan. but many of my summers (and my honeymoon) were spent in Michigan,and I LOVE the Pure Michigan ads………..I hope they go on forever!

    PS. Michael is right…..that’s Tim Allen doing the voice-over on all the Pure Michigan ads. (If you weren’t aware, he’s a Detroit native.)

  5. That’s Tim Allen. It’s a great ad campaign…I love all of our Michigan shores. But, technically, isn’t the Lake Superior shoreline the North Coast?

  6. Hey Becky!!! Love your comments about the east side. I’m a big George Clooney fan too but I’m pretty sure the radio voice is Tim Allen.

  7. George Glooney sounds so cool. Now we need some ads for the East side of Michigan. From Mackinaw City down to Cheboygan onward to Rogers City and Alpena, Tawas, Harrisville, on and on. Lake Huron has a beautiful shoreline also. There are so many spots to stop and just gaze out onto the Lake. It’s magical in the evening. Sundown at Seagull point is breathtaking.
    Take a drive along US 23 and you’ll see what I mean.

  8. Great job George Clooney. He sounds like he loves Michigan doesn’t he.
    Noe we need some about the East side of Michigan on Lake Huron.

  9. I am so blessed to say I live in Boyne Country in Northern Michigan and it is simply breathtaking at every turn…this ad captivated me even though I am here on a daily basis! What a great campaign! We want everyone in the country to know about our beauty here. Keep up the GREAT WORK Pure Michigan…you do an awesome job promoting our great state!!

  10. I too hope the ads continue…they’re spectacular! I lived away from my beloved M!ch!gan for nearly 20 years and I’m so happy to be back where I belong…in the state that I love dearly! I’m so proud to be a M!ch!goose!
    M!ch!gan is the best place in the universe!!

  11. I hope these Pure Michigan ads can continue…..they are wonderful, peaceful, inviting…..and have done a great job of inticing people to come visit our state. It makes me proud. Job well done!

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