Presented by Ameriprise Financial?Jim Thorpe, CFP, Taste of Dearborn returns in 2014 with a full lineup of city eateries. On the menu for the evening are local mainstays such as Tria Restaurant at The Henry, Andiamo, and Matador Restaurant, as well as nationwide favorites including Fuddruckers and Buffalo Wild Wings. But it's not just mouths that have all the fun?tastings take place within the restaurants, making the festival a great way to explore varied parts of Dearborn. Wristband-wearing adventurers may walk from restaurant to restaurant or hop aboard shuttles that escort them to the next destination.
The staff at Martinizing Dry Cleaning apply top-notch cleaning techniques to clothes and dispense their extensive knowledge to all customers. Get suits, dress shirts, and down jackets cleaned and dried, or have the cleaners sweep away stains, sweat, and teddy bear-size shoe prints from a comforter. Raincoats can find reprieve from damp days, and down coats are aired out and aptly prepped to face snowy ahead. The employees at Martinizing ensure garments return to customers soft, clean, and smelling fresh.
As one of Michigan's largest and oldest brokerage firms, Real Estate One shares nearly a century's worth of knowledge during its educational buffet of training courses. The firm's academy invites aspiring and established sales agents to sharpen their skills at classes held around the state, including a Michigan real estate licensing class for those hoping to sell property or additional locker space to gullible high school freshmen. Computer tutelage keeps students abreast of technological requisites, and continuing education programs help licensed agents meet state requirements. To ensure property apprentices graduate packed with knowledge, Real Estate One appoints experienced, respectful instructors to head each course.
During the last 10 years, more than 35,000 youth in southeast Michigan have taken part in at least one of H.Y.P.E. Athletics' training camps, sports leagues, or tournaments. In training camps, coaches teach participants the fundamentals of sports such as football, baseball, and basketball, while promoting good sportsmanship, positive attitudes, and teamwork. H.Y.P.E. Athletics relies on donations to purchase sports equipment so that staff members can continue to provide youngsters with these programs at little to no cost.
Though Data Center has been around for nearly a decade, its pristine new location on Telegraph Road feels like it was opened yesterday. Staff members stock shelves with an epic selection of hardware and software for PCs and draw upon 20 years of experience as they stay ahead of every twist, turn, and barrel-tossing ape on the information superhighway. Server parts and accessories fortify desktops and laptops, and the Center's certified techs can purge hard drives of harmful viruses and malware and retrieve lost files from the far reaches of a malfunctioning motherboard or tightfisted HAL 9000. Active Solutions Group, the parent company of Data Center, specializes in IT solutions for businesses, including network cabling, workflow processing, and security.