Officials say three times as many fires occur on Thanksgiving than on any other day of the year.
Holiday shopping season officially kicks off Thursday in Metro Detroit.
Michigan travelers were finding minimal trouble embarking on their Thanksgiving destinations despite nasty weather spoiling holiday plans elsewhere.
“I know how special it is and I know how much it means to the city and how far it dates back in history,” Bush said. “This game started in what, the 1930s? That’s a long time. A long of guys that have come before us have paved the way for us to be here, so we’ve got to do it the right way.”
Rule #1: Forget about the popper.
For everyone who has fallen down and needs a little lift on the all-important day of thanks, there are places to go for a warm meal and friendly companionship.
Over 1 million people in Michigan will be hitting the roads or taking to the air for the long holiday weekend.
Spend some wonderful time with family and friends, enjoy some football, and know that this is one of the greatest times of the year.
It’s a new option for those traveling to and from Detroit Metro Airport this holiday weekend.
The last time it happened was 1888 and the next is 79,043 years from now — by one estimate widely shared in Jewish circles.