Brownstown Welcomes a New Business
T-shirt Shop to Open on Telegraph
Brownstown, Michigan – A 20 year old business is coming to Brownstown. They are growing and decided to add an additional store front. Let Love Rule is a Christian based screen printing and embroidery company that Missy Boyd and Chad Dohring started in their garage.
It all started when their band needed t-shirts and they couldn’t find the quality t-shirts at a good price. So, they decided to start their own t-shirt company out of their garage. They now have an 11,000 square foot warehouse in Rockwood and are adding a store in Brownstown at 25120 Telegraph Road.
Owner, Missy Boyd said, “Fast forward 20 years and we are still printing with the same integrity and heart that we stared with, just on much better equipment and far more efficiently. We are all about family and helping others.”
“We truly love partnering with our clients and forming long lasting relationships. It’s our attention to detail and family like treatment that has expanded our company like wild fire just through word of mouth.”
They can print any decorated apparel, vinyl and banners. They can print one t-shirt or 10,000!
The Brownstown DDA is celebrating Let Love Rule’s grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday, February 5th at 5pm. Brownstown officials will be there to help cut the ribbon and everyone is welcome to join in the festivities.
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - Monday, February 5, 2018 at 5:00pm
Let Love Rule Screen Printing and Embroidery Company
25120 Telegraph Road (corner of Telegraph and Van Horn Roads)
Brownstown, Michigan 48134
Brownstown Welcomes a New Business
Care Rite Pharmacy opens on King Road
Brownstown, Michigan – Dr. Nabil Bhatti is a downriver kid. He was born in Wyandotte and grew up downriver. He now lives in Brownstown with his wife, Aneela, daughter, Alishba and son, Maahir. Having roots and family in the area is why Dr. Bhatti decided to open Care Rite Pharmacy in Brownstown. He also wanted to offer the personalized care that an independent pharmacy can give to its patients.
Dr. Bhatti, owner and pharmacist of Care Rite Pharmacy stated “I grew up in Brownstown and now I want to give back to my community by providing quality services that meet their needs.” Dr. Nabil Bhatti completed the Doctor of Pharmacy Program at Ferris State in 2008 and has worked in other pharmacies in the area.
Care Rite Pharmacy is located in the King Medical Center at 22990 King Road. The pharmacy has been opened for about a month. The hours are Monday through Friday 9:30am to 6:30pm and Saturday 10:00am to 3:00pm. Care Rite Pharmacy provides comprehensive services which include multilingual patient consultation, free delivery, competitive pricing, and customized medication packaging to meet the needs of its diverse customer base.
Care Rite Pharmacy will be having a grand opening celebration from 9am to 4pm on Saturday, October 21st. There will be hourly raffles and interactive activities throughout the day. All are welcome to attend. The Township will be hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony at 9:00am with township officials on hand to welcome the new business to Brownstown.
Thank you for your patience while we make important improvements to Van Horn Road in Brownstown Township.
WHAT’S BEING DONE?
Capital improvements to Van Horn Road between Arsenal Road and Telegraph Road in Brownstown Township include .73 miles of repaving, concrete repairs, sidewalk ramps, drainage, new signage, asphalt resurfacing and the installation of a concrete box culvert at Smith Creek.
WHEN WILL WORK TAKE PLACE?
Construction will begin on Tuesday October 3, 2017 and the road work is estimated to be completed in December, barring any unforeseen delays or inclement weather. Restoration of grass, if needed, will be completed as weather allows.
WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT?
Construction barrels will be placed on the side of the road beginning Friday, September 29. During road construction and culvert installation, the road will be closed to through traffic but will allow access for local traffic. Traffic will be detoured in both directions to West Road to return to Van Horn Road.
Flaggers may be present to direct traffic as needed during construction.
Please use caution when driving through the work zone. Reduced speeds will be posted.
WHAT IF I HAVE A SPRINKLER SYSTEM?
If you have a sprinkler system on your property and are along the project corridor, you are asked to identify and clearly stake the locations of the system (heads, valves, and underground lines) or any other underground utilities that are not part of the MISS DIG program. You can contact Wayne County’s Department of Public Services Field Engineering Division at 734.595.6504 ext. 2065.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Contact the 24 hour customer service center at 888 ROAD CREW
Visit - waynecounty.com
ABOUT WAYNE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICES
The Department of Public Services consists of eight divisions, which include Administration, Engineering, Equipment, Parks, Roads, Facilities Management, Land Resource Management, and Water Quality Management. The department oversees, maintains and operates the county's unique assets and complex infrastructure for nearly 2 million residents.
The Brownstown Business Expo and Taste of Brownstown scheduled for September 2016 has been cancelled. We will be rescheduling in 2017.
DDA meeting cancelled due to lack of submissions.
Charter Township of Brownstown is hiring for seasonal help in the DPW Department to start in May.
Link below to application:
Mail application to:
Charter Township of Brownstown
ATTN Human Resources
Brownstown, MI 48183
Fax to: 734-675-9960
Email to: Dhall@brownstown-mi.org
Brownstown DDA on the Road Again
Brownstown Sports Center hosts DDA Board meeting
(Brownstown, MI) – The Brownstown Sports Center hosted the Brownstown Township Downtown Development Authority (DDA) monthly board meeting today. The owners of The Brownstown Sports Center offered to host an off-site meeting for the board. The board readily agreed.
Ron Zimmers, Brownstown Sports Center co-owner said, “It was our pleasure to have the DDA Board meeting here. It gave us an opportunity to show off our facility to the Board and to let them know that we are partners with them in helping Brownstown thrive.”
After the regular DDA board meeting, Mr. Zimmers gave the board members a tour of the entire facility. He explained all the improvements they have made, the success they are having and their future plans.
Ralph Vidusic, DDA Chair said, “The Brownstown Sports Center is a gem in the township. We are so pleased about all the improvements that they are making and happy that the Brownstown Sports Center will be around for many years to come.”
Have you ever wondered what that family heirloom or flea market find is worth? Now is your chance to find out and to help a worthy cause at the same time.
The Brownstown DDA and the Woodhaven-Brownstown Rotary are sponsoring an Antique Appraisal and Fundraiser Event.
Saturday, March 5, 2016
9am to 3pm
Brownstown Event Center
23345 King Road
Just bring your treasures, family heirlooms, garage sale and flea market finds to the Brownstown Event Center on Saturday, March 5th and professional appraisers from DuMochells Art Gallery and Auction House located in Detroit will appraise the pieces. Charge is $7 per item with a three item limit. Cash and checks are accepted at the door. If you have a large item, you may bring a photo to have it appraised.
All the money collected will go to the Woodhaven-Brownstown Rotary’s local programs.
To make an appointment, go to Woodhaven-Brownstown Rotary’s facebook page and click on Book Now! You can also call Mary Rochon, Rotary president at (734) 649-2581. Walk-ins are welcome. There will be three appraisers available all day.
“This was such a huge success last year that we were turning people away. This year we decided to make it bigger and better! It will be at the Event Center where we have much more room and we will have 3 appraisers to accommodate the crowds,” said Sue Trussell, DDA Assistant Director.
The Brownstown Historical Society and their members will be there with a display of Brownstown History and refreshments will be served. Rotary members will be on hand to talk about their local programs.
If you have any questions, please call Mary Rochon (734) 649-2581