Why do we write so much about Detroit here on the Zing blog? Well, because Quicken Loans is dedicated to rebuilding Detroit. It’s part of our mission.
Quicken Loans Mobile Marketing Manager Tricia Cervenan Named One of “Mobile Marketer’s Women to Watch 2012″
This is cool. Tricia Cervenan, our mobile marketing manager here at QL, was just named one of Mobile Marketer’s “Mobile Women to Watch 2012.”
It’s that time of year again. The spirit of the holidays inspires charitable giving. This is the time when those of us who are fortunate enough to have what we need – and sometimes more – really feel the desire to share our wealth (meager as it may be). And, don’t delay. If you donate before the end of the year, you can claim your donation(s) on your 2011 tax return.
This Essio cat is more diabolical than I could ever have imagined! An enemy this grim and villainous must be given no quarter. The river into my own Heart of Darkness is the information superhighway. I’ve found my Col. Kurtz. And Essio is his name-o…
Quicken Loans’ Community DIFF works with almost 300 non-profits and charitable organizations throughout Southeastern Michigan, Arizona and Ohio. Join us in Detroit for many holiday-related events for the entire family!
We’re #1. Number 1 place to work in Michigan (among large employers), according to the Detroit Free Press. That’s pretty cool and I agree with it.
Happy Veterans Day, America.Today is the day we recognize the men and women who have served our nation over the past 225 years. It’s a day to remember the sacrifices of people who have taken a pledge to defend us and keep our country strong. Our CEO sent out a very nice email today and I wanted to share it here.
On October 27, 2011, Quicken Loans CEO Bill Emerson and the Community DIFF Team kicked off their partnership with Chrysler Elementary School in Detroit.
My name is Nick and I’m absurd. Nice to meet you! Earlier this year when the opportunity was presented to design a banner that would welcome 2,000 more Quicken Loans team members to Detroit, I jumped at the chance. I had a lot of thoughts, but they were just random ideas that were either funny or looked cool, but they had no deeper meaning or substance.