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ClickOnDetroit – Live in the D: All Things Detroit for You or Your Pets

AllThingsDetroit goes to the dogs! ClickOnDetroit’s All4Pets features AllThingsDetroit with a focus on pets.

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MichiganChronicle : All Things Detroit Feature

Michigan Chronicle : Jennyfer Crawford’s Passion is All Things Detroit

Get a jump on holiday shopping and beat the crowds. All Things Detroit returns this fall to Eastern Market with hundreds of your favorite small business vendors, food trucks, entertainment and family fun.

Ahead of the Nov. 5 event, Jennyfer Crawford, founder of “All Things Detroit,” chatted with City.Life.Style.

City.Life.Style: What inspired the vision for All Things Detroit?

Jennyfer Crawford: “I’m a people person, and I feel that people are most happy in life doing what they love, so I wanted to create a platform that helps people follow their dreams. I was inspired by the people in my life that would say I wish I could do this or that, but never really knew how. They didn’t have help or that push that they needed. So my vision for All Things Detroit came along when I was on a journey to find my best self.”

CLS: What is “All Things Detroit” and what should attendees expect?

Crawford: “All Things Detroit is a community of entrepreneurs and makers who get together three times a year to network and showcase their products and services. Not only do we highlight the products these small business owners have created, but also tell the story behind the business. Attendees can expect to shop at a wide range of small businesses from across the state that showcases products and services. The event also features live entertainment and giveaways. We call it the All Things Detroit Experience.” …

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ClickOnDetroit : All Things Detroit in Eastern Market, Supports Small Businesses

The Lions play Monday night in Green Bay, which left Eastern Market free to host other activities Sunday.

The famed market became more Detroit-centric than ever Sunday with the “All Things Detroit” gathering.

Fall Sundays at Eastern Market usually have a dramatically different feel, as Lions fans get revved up for a game and often times are drinking by 8-9 a.m. But Sunday’s gather was about business — Detroit business.

Chris Blair, of Brighton, showed Local 4 News what she took home from the event.

“Pop Daddy popcorn; I have some wonderful lotion made out of Shea butter,” Blair said.

Shoppers pay an admission fee to get in and vendors do the same…

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