ACG Detroit’s Mingle Bells 2018

The Association for Corporate Growth Detroit hosted its 13th Annual Mingle Bells Networking and Charity event on Tuesday, Dec. 4 at the Birmingham Country Club. Guests enjoyed food, cocktails, and networking, and proceeds benefited Heart 2 Hart Detroit, an organization dedicated to helping Detroit’s homeless population.


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2019 North American International Auto Show

From Cadillac’s reveal at the Garden Theatre in Detroit on Sunday evening to the first Media Day on Monday, the North American International Auto Show at Cobo Center in downtown Detroit offered new product releases and concept vehicles from domestic and international automakers.

The Gallery at MGM Grand Detroit 2019

On Saturday, Jan. 12, American Express and the North American International Auto Show hosted The Gallery at MGM Grand Detroit. The evening included a strolling dinner at Top Golf followed by a display of luxury vehicles, including three Ferraris, a Ford GT, a Lincoln Aviator, and the first SUV by Rolls-Royce, called the Cullinan.

MAIN Event at the Max M. Fisher Music Center

The 2019 MotorCity Automotive Industry Night (MAIN) Event opened the North American International Auto Show festivities on Saturday, Jan. 12, at the Max M. Fisher Music Center in Detroit. Hosted by Lawrence Technological University, the program recognized automotive industry executives and automotive-design work by students.

Salvation Army Holiday Sing-a-Long Fundraiser 2018

On Dec. 6., more than 100 people attended a luncheon at the London Chop House in downtown Detroit for the annual Salvation Army Sing-a-Long fundraiser. In addition to enjoying networking and a sit-down lunch, the money raised from the annual event supported the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle fundraising campaign.

Inaugural Deaf and Loud Symphonic Experience

The Deaf and Loud Symphonic Experience, a concert featuring the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and deaf artists Dame Evelyn Glennie, Mandy Harvey, and Sean Forbes, took place Sunday, Dec. 16 at Detroit’s Orchestra Hall. Proceeds benefited D-PAN, or the Deaf Professional Arts Network, a Detroit nonprofit that makes music and culture accessible to the deaf and hard-of-hearing community. The performance was given in American Sign Language and included video.
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