Secure, Well-lit Parking Options in The District Detroit

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Little Caesars World Headquarters Pink Elevator Fundraiser Generates more than $20,000 for Breast Cancer Awareness and Research

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SPOTLIGHT: Michael Williams, Journeyman Electrician, Detroiter

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SPOTLIGHT: Mike Ilitch School of Business’s First-ever Sport and Entertainment Management Program

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The District Detroit will be 50 blocks of thriving businesses, parks, restaurants, bars and event destinations. It will be home to the young and the young at heart, families, new residents and long-time residents who want to be where the action is. The District will connect Downtown and Midtown into one contiguous, walkable area, where families, sports fans, entrepreneurs, job seekers, entertainment lovers and others who crave a vibrant urban setting can connect with each other and the city they love.

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Secure, Well-lit Parking Options in The District Detroit

With the addition of three new parking structures last year, fans and visitors of Little Caesars Arena and The District Detroit now have access to more than 7,800 secure, well-lit and credit card-ready parking spots operated by Olympia Development of Michigan.

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Mike Ilitch School of Business and Local Police Partner for Safer City, The District Detroit

For Lashinda Stair, 1st Assistant Chief at the Detroit Police Department, being a good law enforcement officer includes good management skills.

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Little Caesars World Headquarters Pink Elevator Fundraiser Generates Nearly $22,000 for Breast Cancer Awareness and Research

Metro Elevator’s Ride the Pink Elevator Campaign at the Little Caesars world headquarters campus expansion construction site ended on a record-breaking note, raising $21,885 to fight breast cancer. 

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