As Chance would have it, we’ve passed GO and returned to Royal Oak, the city where Premier Communications Group debuted in 1982. This will be the sixth Royal Oak property in our 35-year history. There’s something to be said about going home. Being rooted in the community has always been important to us, and it was a big factor in the decision to move back. And, truthfully, we missed the railroad crossings and short walks downtown to the coffee shops! Roll the dice and see if you can correctly answer this question about our properties:   [wp_quiz id="1403"]

More companies are shelving suits and ties for relaxed, branded work clothes.   What are you wearing to work today? There’s a good chance you’re feeling a bit more comfortable in your clothes than you were five years ago. Work dress codes that once consisted of a collared shirt and jacket are now being replaced with more casual looks that close the gap between weekdays and the weekend. Comfortable, company-branded apparel provides the perfect opportunity to wear professional, yet relaxed attire in many different environments—whether it’s at the office, on the golf course or on a weekend getaway.   Work shirts High-quality shirts made from moisture-wicking tech fabrics

Now that the holidays are over and we’ve all returned to our normal lives, we’d like to take a moment to thank each and every one of you who painted a canvas in honor of our “How Will You Paint Your Canvas?” holiday campaign. We were once again able to provide much-needed art supplies to local schools through DonorsChoose.org, which will allow young artists to unleash their inner-creativity—school budget cuts aside. Teachers and students alike wrote to us in appreciation, as teachers oftentimes have to spend their own money to make art a possibility in their students’ lives, and we couldn’t have

When it comes to being creative, the idea is pretty simple: Gather your pens, crayons, paintbrushes, paint and paper and bring your vision to life. But what if you don’t have the necessary supplies? More often than not, school art programs are directly impacted by budget cuts. Kids no longer have the same opportunities to express themselves in school. For that reason, this holiday season we’re once again donating essential art supplies to metro Detroit classrooms in need through DonorsChoose.org. The inspiration behind this year’s holiday campaign is simple — we’re all creative, so given the necessary supplies, how will you paint