For the past 22 years, the Robb Report (the international authority on all things luxury) has chosen a “Car of the Year” from among the most amazing motor vehicles on earth. This year, the Robb Report announced the Car of the Year at the North American International Auto Show.
A week or so back, I wrote about some Quicken Loans IT team members who built a robot during “Bullet Time.” Bullet Time is a period of four hours each week that IT team members can use for anything. Anything at all. They could build a robot. Or they could build a shuttle tracker.
Thanks to almost 2,000 volunteers comprised of Quicken Loans and Title Source team members donating 11,000 hours of their time on “Neighborhoods Day,” the students of Henderson Elementary in Detroit will start their school year with freshly-painted lockers, groomed fields to play in and a brand-new mural adorning the outside of the school.
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Get ready to show your support for the third annual Live Downtown Games! Come cheer on employees from Quicken Loans, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, Compuware, DTE Energy, Strategic Staffing Solutions and Marketing Associates in this year’s lively competition.
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The seas are going to get a little safer when the sixth USS Detroit Navy warship hits the open seas. The USS Detroit is currently being built in Wisconsin, and will be commissioned on the Detroit River in a weeklong 2016 ceremony that Quicken Loans is proud to lead and support.
It’s that time again, America. This Tuesday, July 1, the United States Men’s national soccer team will be taking on Belgium at 4:00 p.m. ET in the World Cup. If you’re within driving distance of Detroit, you should join the thousands that will descend on Cadillac Square in downtown Detroit to watch the match on two big LED screens outside. What better way to cheer on the US than to congregate with a huge crowd of fellow Americans adorned in red, white and blue.
The Detroit Institute of Arts received a donation of $26 million from the “Big Three” automotive companies in Detroit so the museum could get closer to its $100 million goal in Detroit’s Grand Bargain.
Do you need another reason to tune into the Opportunity Detroit radio show on Friday nights at 7:00 p.m.? The radio show was jam-packed with awesome guests for the month of May. This is your source for all of the new and exciting things happing in downtown Detroit!