One usually does not see danger at these events, but there is an exception to every rule. And you can witness that exception right here.
After winning a nation-wide contest, students at the University of Michigan will be treated to free a CollegeHumor live show — hosted by two of the website’s long-time stars, Jake and Amir.
In observance of National Caregivers Month, Critical Signal Technologies is seeking stories about caregivers, family members or friends who embody what it means to be brave and supportive in the face of disease, disability and hardship. Entries received will have the opportunity to win a free yearlong trial of the BOB 7500 with Lock Box, an enhanced personal response system with extended range signal.
So, you think you can make a great sandwich? Panera Bread is giving metro Detroiters the chance to prove it in their “Sandwich Showdown” contest.
Michigan residents who want to tell the world why they choose to live in Michigan have less than a week to enter the MIplace Sweepstakes, a contest that has elicited passionate testimonials about the state’s scenic wonders, changing seasons and friendly people.
Stinky shoes could win you some money Monday evening at Genesee County’s Linden County Park.
If you’re a pizza lover who’s ever dreamed of being a vehicle designer, a national pizza chain is offering up $50,000 for your ideas.
It’s the thrill of a lifetime for this local teen. Kiersten Olsen of Bloomfield Hills got to spend the day with Joe Jonas as a winner of a contest, to help raise money for her school that helps kids with learning disabilities.
Actor Boris Kodjoe is best known for his roles in “Soul Food” and “Love and Basketball,” but he’s also an advocate for up-and-coming filmmakers and artists — and he’s sharing details on how one lucky person could win a $100,000 contest.
Answering a simple question – Why do you choose to call Michigan home? – could earn state residents some fabulous prizes and put the Great Lakes state in the spotlight.