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Alex Dav: Community Over Everything | The GOODS

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A man of many skills, Antwaun Alexander Davis, also known as Alex Dav, has been contributing to his community for the past several years, and doesn't plan on slowing down anytime soon. 

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Jeffrance Ford Makes Good Culture from Scratch with Somas Ramen | The GOODS

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Anyone who's ever been to Flint, MI can agree that the food culture is held in high regard, and new food businesses are always welcomed. Pontiac-born, Flint-based chef, Jeffrance Ford, is contributing to that culture with his booming new food business, Somas Ramen.

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Ed Wilson of I Am My Billboard: Survival of the Fitness | The GOODS

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Q&A | Talking shop with owner of fitness brand I Am My Billboard, Ed Wilson  One of the issues that many businesses face is knowing whether or not they are able to withstand unforeseen circumstances should they arise. Flint native Ed Wilson knew that even with the emergence of 2020's pandemic, he wanted for him, his family and business to stay afloat while also continuing to scale. Armed with a killer sense of discipline and a savvy business mindset, Ed was able to get through the year of all years by consistently investing in his fitness studio mid-shutdown, and creating...

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Egypt Otis of Comma Bookstore: Representation Matters | The GOODS

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This year has been one for the books as COVID-19 brought about unexpected changes and an overwhelming air of uncertainty. While most people wondered how 2020 could get even worse, others chose to find a silver lining. For Egypt Otis of Flint, the pandemic gave her the incentive to follow her dream and open up a bookstore in the heart of her hometown.

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GoodBoy Clothing Partners with Assemble Space & The Complex 444 for Second Location in Detroit | The GOODS

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In conjunction with Assemble Space and The Complex 444, Mixon will be opening a micro retail location in Detroit in Spring of 2021. 

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