Charity Preview 2012

Bill Stevens and Jayne Bower at the WWJ Newsradio 950 broadcast booth
2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event : Photos by WWJ's Debbie Spatafora Bill Stevens and Jayne Bower at the WWJ Newsradio 950 broadcast booth
Guests arrive for the Charity Preview
2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event Guests arrive for the Charity Preview
WWJ Newsradio 950 broadcast booth inside Cobo Hall
2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event WWJ Newsradio 950 broadcast booth inside Cobo Hall
The champagne flowed at the Charity Preview
2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event The champagne flowed at the Charity Preview
2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event
2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event 2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event
Guests enjoy the Charity Preview
2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event Guests enjoy the Charity Preview
WWJ Newsradio 950's Beth Fisher
2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event WWJ Newsradio 950's Beth Fisher
Guests enjoy the evening
charity-prev-16-1-13-12-21 Guests enjoy the evening
WWJ's Beth Fisher interviews Macomb Co. Exec. Mark Hackel
2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event WWJ's Beth Fisher interviews Macomb Co. Exec. Mark Hackel
Guests enjoy the evening
2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event Guests enjoy the evening
2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event
2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event 2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event
WWJ's Auto Beat Reporter Jeff Gilbert
2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event WWJ's Auto Beat Reporter Jeff Gilbert
Keith and Lisa Ulrich at the Charity Preview
2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event Keith and Lisa Ulrich at the Charity Preview
The WWJ Newsradio 950 broadcast booth
2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event The WWJ Newsradio 950 broadcast booth
Guests arrive at the Charity Preview
2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event Guests arrive at the Charity Preview
Guests check out the WWJ Newsradio 950 broadcast booth
2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event Guests check out the WWJ Newsradio 950 broadcast booth
R) WWJ's Beth Fisher interviews a guest at the Charity Preview
2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event R) WWJ's Beth Fisher interviews a guest at the Charity Preview
Shiny shoes were par-for-the-course Friday night
2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event Shiny shoes were par-for-the-course Friday night
Bill Stevens - WWJ on air personality
2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event Bill Stevens - WWJ on air personality
Macomb Co. Executive Mark Hackel is interviewed by WWJ
2012 NAIAS - Charity Preview Event Macomb Co. Executive Mark Hackel is interviewed by WWJ

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One Comment

  1. Monse says:

    Also, did you notice how good Detroit is at dinwrag charges?I watched them against Cleveland and it seemed like they drew a ton of charges. Same thing against Miami. I think some of them might be flops, but they sure manage to convince the referees that they are charges.

  2. Charls says:

    W.EIf you want to put words in order for my argument to fit ntleay into your ideological predispositions, go ahead but you won’t be adding anything to the discussion. The “rust belt” is not an abstract concept but a reality that has led to extensive study for urban economists like Ed Glaeser. While Detroit may be one of the starkest examples of urban decline, it is hardly alone. Arguing that one political party is to blame for the economic decline of one city ignores the fact that similar declines have happened in other cities, cities with a more diverse voting record. Where is this mountain of evidence that links all of Detroit’s decline with one political party? Does this mean you honestly believe that if a different political party had been in charge in Detroit over the past 50 years that the city wouldn’t have experienced decline? If that is the case, then I feel vindicated in labeling your initial comments naefve. While it may be comforting to cling to your partisan ideology to explain the world around you, it often times will lead you to ignore any facts that conflict with that ideology.

  3. Choco says:

    Those idiots in Detroit husold have figured out a long time agao the best industries to get into are defense and agriculture–constant protection and watering of federal dollars. What were they thinking?

  4. Daina says:

    Wow, total lack of confidence in your team much? we held the nuembr one spot in our division all last season when we were picked to be in last place so we didn’t make the playoffs someone’s got to see the good in some of these trades. I hate to see all these players go too mostly Granderson, but what can you do but wait and see what the 2010 season holds for them.

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