Thursday, July 31, 2008

Woodward Dream Cruise

Remember when your mother told you “if you do good things, good things will happen to you in return?”

Well, I believe Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit has proven that old adage is true today - ten times over.

One example started back in 2006, when we quickly responded by helping to clean the streets for Super Bowl XL, something Detroit really needed. Roger Penske and the Downtown Detroit Partnership team remembered our efforts and we have been part of “Clean Downtown” ever since. From there, we have done special events clean-up for the Detroit Grand Prix, GM River Days, the Winter Blast and we expanded our clean-up services to the Detroit Zoo buildings earlier this year.

Now we have the opportunity to be part of another premier Metro Detroit event - the Woodward Dream Cruise. It’s possible through the generosity of Guardian Alarm Company, which has been a part of our community for more than 75 years.

We will be providing clean up service for Berkley and Royal Oak along the Cruise route once the cruising on Woodward stops late on August 16th. The Dream Cruise brings employment – no matter the duration of the work.

We have proven that we can handle one-time as well as ongoing work - whether it be clean-up, light assembly, recycling, investment recovery – for any employer looking for trained, trusted, and ready to work employees. We are ready to help! And that helps Southeast Michiganders help themselves by working rather than taking. That’s another good thing will bring good things for many.

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