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Media Genesis Develops Web Site for New Detroit Grant Program

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Call It Home
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DETROIT — “Call it Home,” a $1.6 million grant program, has launched as a partnership between Citizens Bank and Mayor Dave Bing’s Detroit Works Project.

Media Genesis, a Troy-based Internet services firm, collaborated with Citizens Bank and The Detroit Works Project to brand, design and build the “Call it Home” Web site, at http://MyDetroitHome.CitizensBanking.com. Media Genesis also created some of the map signage that was featured at a press conference Monday.

The program offers grants of up to $10,000 for exterior home improvements. When the home improvements are complete, the grant can be reimbursed for 50 percent of the homeowner’s pre-approved project, up to $10,000.

To qualify, current homeowners must reside in one of the five qualifying neighborhoods: East English Village, Boston Edison north end/Virginia Park, north Rosedale Park, Hubbard Farms southwest, Bagley/Detroit Golf Club/Green Acres/Palmer Woods/Sherwood Forest/University District.

Also, Citizens Bank is providing low-interest loans for home improvement projects to residents of Detroit and Wayne County.

Media Genesis is a leading Internet services firm based in Troy. Media Genesis serves more than 300 companies and nonprofit organizations. An in-house team provides a wide range of services including web design & development, e-learning, search engine optimization, application development, intranet, social networking, and content management systems. For more information on Media Genesis, please visit www.mediaG.com.

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