Home for the Holiday’s: Winter Events in Michigan

John Crafts Blogging, Marketing, Michigan Creative Leave a Comment

Campus Martius, Detroit – Photo by Dig Downtown Detroit (CC by 2.0) From expensive plane tickets to unpredictable weather, traveling at the holidays is a hassle.  Thankfully, Michigan has a plethora of events celebrating winter’s arrival and along with it the holiday season.  Below I’ve rounded up a few events that will help get you in the holiday spirit. Silver …

5 Affordable, Creative, Last Minute Halloween Costumes!

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                      Image used from Vancouver Film School Flickr So Halloween is a week away and if you’re like me, you still have no idea what to be this year. Making your own costume can be strenuous and expensive, but nobody wants to show up to a party wearing a gaudy, …

Danny Brown, Good for Detroit’s Economy?

Melissa Meschke Blogging, Marketing, Michigan Creative Leave a Comment

  It has been quite the interesting year for Fool’s Gold recording artist, Danny Brown. After performing at just about every known festival across the country and touring several times around the United States and Europe, Danny Brown finally unveiled his third studio album, ‘Old‘, streaming free on Spotify September 30th and available on hard copy October 8th. The album was so highly …

Small Business Showcase: Hopcat, East Lansing

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This week I would like to feature a new small business in the city of East Lansing, Michigan that seems to be flourishing. Michigan Creative strives to support a creative, local economy and nothing says creative like the newest bar in town, Hopcat.   According to their description, Hopcat was envisioned, designed, stocked and staffed with one mission in mind: to bring you great …

If We Could Afford a Superbowl Commercial…

Melissa Meschke Marketing, Michigan Creative Leave a Comment

Oh the possibilities! This year a Superbowl commercial ad will cost you about 4 million dollars, YIKES. It only makes sense that big corporate companies are the ones who splurge on the biggest advertising opportunity of the year,Super Bowl XLVIIon Feb. 3 where the San Francisco 49er’s will take on the Baltimore Ravens.   Companies like Bud Light, Pepsi, and Taco Bell will be making …