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Hundreds Attend Outreach Events for New Arena Contracts

Hundreds of representatives from Detroit-based and –headquartered companies attended an outreach event August 25, 2015 at Detroit’s MotorCity Casino Hotel. The event was designed to help Detroit companies get involved with the new Detroit Events Center development.

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Contractor Outreach Event August 25 on Wide Range of Offerings

Information on dozens of new Detroit Events Center contracts will be available a contractor outreach event August 25, 2015 at MotorCity Casino Hotel. Contracts available are wide ranging and including floors, ceilings, appliances, metal work, landscaping, signage and wayfinding, and much more.

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Visual and Experiential Elements will Engage Fans and the Community

A dramatic arena bowl will bring fans into the game. While the first of its kind Via atrium will bring traditional outdoor street experiences inside in a bold way.

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