Southfield (CBS Detroit) – It’s a conversation with CEO Mat Ishbia and Singer/Producer Tony Lucca as their profiles grow exponentially this holiday season as they also help the community in different ways.
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Ishbia, who runs United Wholesale Mortgage, is growing and about to go public as the former MSU basketball player talks with CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain and shares lessons learned along the way. (The show airs 7:30 am Sunday at its new time!)
Ishbia also discusses helping organizations and families this season when so many are in need particularly in Pontiac where his company is based.
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Then, Tony Lucca, who was born in Pontiac, grew up in the Waterford area, talks with Cain about a new holiday album he co-produced and sings on to raise money to help workers on the front lines and those displaced by the economic crisis as a result.
Lucca, who appeared on The Mickey Mouse Club show in the 1990s as a teen, is working with other former Mouseketeer alums who also appeared on the hit show during the 1990s on the new album.
Lucca, who went on to appear as a contestant on “The Voice,” came in third place that season. He’s continued to sing and perform across the nation. He talked how Detroit influenced his career.MORE NEWS: Monroe County Increases Police Presence At Schools After Shooting In Texas
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