Eastside Out is a virtual, interactive website designed for exploring Macomb County. Here you can share stories, pictures, and reviews of our incredible recreation assets! Launched in November 2017, Eastside Out functions as a vehicle for discovering new and exciting local activities and adventures. Share your favorite Macomb outing with us by submitting your pictures and stories here!
Every Monday on our Twitter page we discuss the Macomb County manufacturing industry. We tweet out news about the numerous manufacturing businesses in the area, and keep you up to date with job postings, pictures, and videos of industry break-throughs. Follow us on Twitter and search #ManufacturingMonday to stay informed!
Advancing Macomb has partnered up with Leadership Macomb to bring you “Who’s Advancing in Macomb?” This series of featured profiles will let you know who is advancing in our local workforce. Many of these individuals are students or alumni of the Leadership Macomb program, and they’re here to share their success stories. Click here to see if you quality for this prestigious recognition.
Do you know someone who is leading or advancing in Macomb? Do you have a leader in your business, who is an expert in their field or a stand out in the industry? Do you know a business owner or leader of an organization who is growing, innovation and helping to build success in their community? The impact we have on the U.S. economy and the global manufacturing industry starts with our neighbors and colleagues. If you know someone special, let’s share their story with others in Macomb County and throughout the Detroit area.
Sarah La Rou-Rozewicz is the owner and operator of Mimi La Rou Designs located in Roseville Michigan. Mimi La Rou officially opened its doors in June of 2016, but Rozewicz has years of experience in home interior decorating, custom furniture design, floral arrangement, and retail management. “My store specializes in home decor, furniture, gifts, furniture paint and unique finds. The storefront is part retail and part studio space,” she describes. “I aim to find items and create designs that are unique for my customers.”