Sunday, July 27, 2008

FREE $5 -McDonald's® and Upromise want to help you save and pay for college

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McDonald's® and Upromise want to help you save and pay for college
Join Upromise for free today and McDonald's will start you off by putting $5 into your account [1] . Then, you can add to it by turning your everyday spending into money for college. Get college savings when you register your McDonald's Arch Card® in your Upromise account. You can also receive money for college when you fill your gas tank, buy groceries, shop online, book travel, buy or sell a home - you name it.

It's never too early–or too late to join Upromise–because you decide how to use the money in your account. Save it for future college expenses or use it to help pay down an eligible student loan. It never expires.

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

EMPLOYMENT: VisionIT Hosts Pink Slip Party 7/23 (TODAY) Royal Oak 5-8pm

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VisionIT Hosts Pink Slip Party

Are you an experienced IT or Engineering professional who has been affected by the recent layoffs in the metro Detroit area? Or are you looking for your next project?
If so, you should come take part in the upcoming Pink Slip Party.

When: Wed, July 23, 2008
Where: Royal Oak Brewery
215 East 4th Street
Royal Oak, MI 48067
Time: 5:00pm - 8:00pm

Free appetizers, bring copies of your resume!

Hosted by VisionIT and Manpower Professional. Recruiters will be on hand to discuss openings in Information Technology and Engineering.

Headquartered in Detroit, VisionIT is one of the nation’s leading IT staffing firms and was just named the fastest-growing company in Metro Detroit by Crain’s Detroit Business.

Saturday, July 19, 2008

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

FREE admission to select museums on 1st weekend of each month with your Bank of America Card

Bank of America has free admission to museums on the first weekend of the month with a Bank of America card.

For Michigan the following museums are included:

<>Henry Ford, Dearborn
<>Detroit Zoo, Royal Oak
<>Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History

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Wednesday, July 2, 2008