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Good Morning Livingston re-assured us about ‘Mobility and Connected Vehicles’

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Good Morning Livingston re-assured us about ‘Mobility and Connected Vehicles’ To an audience of 100 people where not one person has ridden in an autonomous vehicle, it was a tough audience to say the least this past Tuesday morning at Chemung Hills Golf Club & Banquet Center. Self-driving cars are…

Good Morning Livingston was PURE MICHIGAN

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February’s Good Morning Livingston showcased the PURE MICHIGAN campaign that we all know and love. The presentation from Dave Lorenz of Travel Michigan included a sneak peek at new 2017 ads and campaign strategies going on behind the scenes at www.michigan.org.                 Strategies…

Good Morning Livingston forecast-ed the good, the bad and the ugly of our Economy

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  Delivering a forecast of any kind is a challenge and Comerica Bank’s Senior Vice President, Robert A. Dye, Ph.D., presented his forecast to a crowd of over 120 at the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce Good Morning Livingston event at Crystal Gardens. And at the end of the presentation,…

Good Morning Livingston featured ‘Everything Transportation in Livingston County’

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November 15th Good Morning Livingston breakfast event was full of concerns, initiatives and strategies for what transportation can do and will do for Livingston County residents. From easier commutes, to helping our seniors, to providing a more attractive community for millenials to be…transportation, commuter rails, mass transit and public busing…

Michigan needs to invest in infrastructure, grow its population

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“Where is Michigan on the Path to Reinvention?” brought together John Bebow, president and CEO of The Center for Michigan, and Doug Rothwell, president and CEO of Business Leaders for Michigan, at the Feb. 9 Good Morning Livingston program at Cleary University to talk about the challenges Michigan is facing…

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