I have a rule of thumb about giving endorsements about the service industry. I like to try to have three positive experiences before I start bragging about a service just to make sure that the service is really consistent and proves to be of good quality on a regular basis. So today, when I drove to the McDonald’s on Five Points Drive, I had my third good experience in a row with the service and decided to brag about it. Continue reading “Third Time’s a Charm”
Whenever our Team is involved in business recruitment or expansion plans, I always make a point of conveying a message to the company that we’re meeting with that we are honored that they have chosen to invest in Auburn Hills. It’s flattering that with all of the choices a business has in terms of the community in which it could locate, that they choose Auburn Hills. Equally as flattering, if not perhaps even more flattering, are companies who elect to further invest in our community. This tells me that their experience has been good and they have the confidence to invest even further to remain here. In many cases, these companies might have locations in other parts of the state. So it is significant when Auburn Hills is selected as a company’s FIRST Michigan location. Continue reading “The Honor of FIRSTS”
Michigan summers and winter weather can pose many challenges to older adults; major disasters are even more challenging. Winter brings power failures and ice storms while summer brings heat waves and power outages and more. So how can you help your older relative or neighbor during and after a disaster?
I just read an informative blog on the Public Health Emergency website. The blog was written by Cheryl A. Levine, Ph.D., Senior Policy Analyst & Team Lead for At-Risk Individuals, ASPR’s Division for At-Risk Individuals, Behavioral Health & Community Resilience.
The blog is a very easy to read and gives great tips for during and after disasters. It’s worth your time.
Karen Adcock, Director of Senior Services