The warmth of your generosity could help those less-fortunate this winter. The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office is accepting donations of new or clean, used coats through November 30th as part of their 30th annual “Coats for the Cold” coat drive.
Donated coats will be sent to a variety of local charitable organizations, who in turn distribute the coats to community members most in need.
Let the fourth quarter be your first step toward a brighter business future! If you are a small business owner or an aspiring entrepreneur, the high-value, low-or-no-cost business workshops offered by experts at Oakland County’s One Stop Shop Business Center have the power to transform your enterprise. Between Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday, there’s no month like November to bring your product or service to market. Register today and let the One Stop Shop’s business counselors provide the advice and assistance you need regarding small business loans, start-ups, and more.
Is your small business located in Oakland County? Be sure to get ready for this year’s Oakland County Shopper Competition. Businesses who register are automatically entered to win a $1,000 prize courtesy of CEED Lending. The competition begins November 25th and continues for an entire week! Last year’s contest had an economic impact of $60,000, so this is an event you won’t want to miss.
As one of Michigan’s largest business schools, Walsh College is well-known in the Metro Detroit area as a leading, all-business college that offers students educational programs based on business theory and real-world experience. Aimed at boosting career success, classes are taught by faculty made up of business professionals who incorporate their experience into the classroom. It offers 16 fully accredited, employer-respected business and information technology degree programs, and three business certificate programs at locations in Troy, Novi, Clinton Township, and Port Huron.
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Jump start your business by attending an Oakland County business workshop this fall! If you are a business owner or an aspiring entrepreneur, these high-value, low-or-no-cost business workshops offered by the experts at Oakland County’s One Stop Shop Business Center have the power to transform your business. Register today and let the One Stop Shop’s business counselors provide the advice and assistance you need regarding small business loans, start-ups, and more.
Summer may be winding to a close and school may be returning, but Labor Day festivities are ramping up! This weekend, people throughout Oakland County will enjoy a welcome break to celebrate America’s workforce and the American Labor Movement.
Whether you celebrate with a backyard barbecue, or the annual Paint Creek Bridge Walk and Run, Oakland County is full of Labor Day activities. Be sure to check out our list for the full roster of Labor Day Weekend events.
For those seeking fresh air, a visit to an Oakland County Campground or participation in the Milford Labor Day 30K are guaranteed to excite. Are you artistically inclined? Art festivals like Royal Oak’s Ford Arts, Beats & Eats Festival may be for you. If knights and castles are your thing, make sure to stop by the Michigan Renaissance Festival, which will be open in Holly throughout Labor Day Weekend. And for those in search of cotton candy, funnel cakes, and amusement park attractions, the Michigan State Fair in Novi is the place to be.
If these events sound exciting, be sure to check our full list of Labor Day Weekend festivities so that you don’t miss a beat!
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