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The Best Haunted Houses in Michigan 2019The Best Haunted Houses in Michigan 2019

As promised!  Here are the top 10 or so, (I found a few more great ones than 10) best Haunted Houses in Michigan 2019!  First a quick thank you for all the people who took part in our survey, and watch for the next one coming up!  Your input and feedback is extremely important to us.  

THE BEST Haunted houses in Michigan 2019.  Have I been to any?!  Before writing this post . . . . no.  I mean no,  I mean absolutely not.  Yes, I mean no, I scare easily, and I know people love them.  Check out the video to see how that went.  That said after checking a couple out I have to admit.  I'LL NEVER GO TO ANOTHER ONE AGAIN lol.  

I do have one memory of a great one however, and what made it great it totally

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Now that the weather is getting colder, it’s important that you have your furnace professionally inspected to make sure it’s working properly.

  

As the weather turns colder and we move closer to winter, it’s all the more important to make sure your home’s furnace is in good working order. That’s why today I’ve brought in Denise and Julie Wood of Dan Wood Plumbing and Heating to talk about the importance of maintaining your home’s furnace.

Having your furnace inspected on a yearly basis increases its longevity and protects your family from any unknown hazards. A certified professional can check its safety features and make sure the heat exchanger is in good condition. If it’s cracked at all, that can cause carbon monoxide emissions, which

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Detroit: From Industrial Motor City to Investors Sitting Pretty

Detroit has long been considered a true Midwestern town with heavy roots in the automobile industry. It's been coined as "Motor City", but for how much longer? Between the ambitious electric vehicle producers and the regulations being imposed on automobile manufacturers to reduce carbon emissions; it's only a matter of time until the city of Detroit transitions to a thriving tech hub. Read on to discover why.

From Rock Bottom to Growing Startup Hub

Just a few years ago, Detroit was one of the few cities to hit rock bottom and file for Chapter 9 bankruptcy in 2013. Everyone thought Detroit was a goner, a lost cause, a city not worth investing in whatsoever. This all changed when

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Northville Park Place in 2nd Phase of Completion

11 leases signed so far and more to come

In the 2nd Phase:  The second phase of Schostak Brothers & Company joint venture with REI Investment Group based out of Bloomfield Hills is under way.  The second phase includes 65,000 square feet of mixed use restaurants and retail and one stand alone restaurant adding to the expanding corridor on Haggerty between six and seven mile roads.  College Park was a hit with restaurants moving in quickly including Mitchells, the Claddagh, Bravo, Flemmings and more.  The second phase will cover 22 of the 82 acres and is expected to be complete by the end of the second quarter 2015.  Sachse Construction and development has been secured to develop the new building.

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Random Act of Kindness Changes Life of a Stranger

Ann Arbor Driver Gets $2,084 Tip For Delivering 1 Pizza

A pizza driver working for the Pizza House, an Ann Arbor favorite, had no idea what was coming his way from the order of a single pizza by a room of 250 hungry Keller Williams Agents.  These agents weren't hungry for pizza or breadsticks, they were hungry to make a difference in a life. 

Leading the charge, Matt Sutter made the call, and it went a little like this:  I would like 1 pizza delivered at exactly 2:20 pm at the Sheridan Hotel in Ann Arbor.  Robert Dunn the driver thought it was a little odd, but then people want their pizza when they want there pizza.

At 2:20 the pizza was delivered, with approximately 250 Keller Williams agents

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