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Parody of The Blair Witch, this was filmed in 2000 so it's very primitive looking, but funny
24 Oct 2007
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MI Auto Times interviewed Mark Reuss, GM President North America at the Woodward Dream Cruise and received an inside look at how much heritage is present in this year's event. DETROIT, M.I. -- Woodward Dream Cruise attendance numbers already appear to be larger than last year's with everyone enjoying the fantastic weather, overwhelming number of eye-catching vehicles and automotive nostalgia. That nostalgia was captured by MI Auto Times in an exclusive interview with Mark Reuss, President, General Motors North America, at the historic Athens Coney Island on Woodward Avenue. The full interview will be posted online at *******www.miautotimes**** along with additional coverage of the Woodward Dream Cruise. Reuss, who has been at the Woodward Dream Cruise all week, stopped by the Metro Detroit Buick GMC Dealers Association booth at Athens Coney Island, and he gave MI Auto Times his impression of this year's Cruise and all of its events, including the Chevrolet parade. "For the 100th anniversary of Chevrolet, for instance, it's has been an emotional day," Reuss said. "We had over 100 cars for the parade. Being part of that and seeing that was really emotional. When asked about the newer products people may be interested in seeing at the Woodward Dream Cruise, Reuss mentioned the big Camaro presence at the Chevrolet location on Woodward and also said of the Athens Coney Island location that it's, "really fun to see cars like the Old Grand National and the GNX. Then you see the new GS that we're getting ready to introduce. I had one at home last weekend—a manual transmission version—and I'll tell you, it's a really fun car; one of the finest cars we make. There's a great mix of old and new and that's what it's all about." MI Auto Times also caught up with many of the people driving classics up and down Woodward Avenue such as: • Pat and Jim from Rochester Hills, Mich., driving a '75 Corvette Coupe, who've attended the Cruise from its first year; • Richard and Richard from Ann Arbor, Mich., who've attended the Cruise since the first one, driving a '57 Ford Thunderbird • Randy and Donna from Ortonville, Mich., driving the same '70 Mach Mustang they bought in 1969 when they were first married For these full interviews and more, visit *******www.miautotimes****
25 Aug 2011
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*******emergency-portable-modular-kitchen-rental**** Emergency Portable Modular Kitchen Rental follow the same health codes as permanent dining facilities? Visit us at *******emergency-portable-modular-kitchen-rental**** and call us 1-800-205-6106. In a Temporary dinning facility a Food Service administrator marked in the Mobile Kitchen facility is accountable for the overall food service of the whole facility. When renting or renting a temporary facility they need to think about all the food safety functions first. Cass City, Curran, Deford, East Tawas, Essexville, Fairgrove, Frankenmuth, Gagetown, Glennie, Hale, Mikado, Munger, National City, Omer, Oscoda, Owendale, Pigeon, Prescott, Reese, Sebewaing, Silverwood, South Branch, Spruce, Tawas City, Twining, Vassar, Whittemore, Okemos, Bannister, Belding, Carson City, Cohoctah, Crystal, Dimondale, Eagle, East Lansing, Eaton Rapids, Edmore, Elm Hall, Elsie, Elwell, Eureka, Fowlerville, Grand Ledge, Haslett, Laingsburg, Lake Odessa, Mcbrides, Maple Rapids, Morrice. Another requirement is Food must be gotten from sources that adhere to all laws associating with food and food labeling. If food, based on spoilage, is gotten rid of from its original container, it has to be kept sealed, and labeled. Food based on spoilage have to also be dated. Numerous Kitchen Facility customers will likewise want a temporary facility to have a location for dealing with paper work. The majority of mobile kitchen rental business know food service running treatments. Harbor Beach, Holly, Imlay City, Kinde, Lapeer, Lennon, Marlette, Minden City, New Lothrop, Ortonville, Otter Lake, Palms, Peck, Port Austin, Port Hope, Port Sanilac, Snover, Swartz Creek, Ubly, Flint, Bentley, Breckenridge, Chesaning, Clare, Comins, Edenville, Farwell, Gladwin, Higgins Lake, Houghton Lake, Houghton Lake Heights, Kawkawlin, Lupton, Merrill, Mio, Oakley, Pinconning, Prudenville, Rhodes, Roscommon, Rose City, Saint Helen, West Branch, Au Gres, Barton City, Bay City, University Center, Bay Port, Caro, Caseville. Mobile Storage Rental Units keep supplies like; Plastic containers with tight fitting lids are appropriate for storage of staple foods in the pantry. Mobile refrigeration devices save potentially dangerous food, such as meat and milk products, need to be stored at 45 degrees Fahrenheit or below. Hot food must be kept at 140 degrees Fahrenheit or above during preparation and serving. In many of our temporary cooking areas we equip them with steam tables. Food that is reheated must be warmed to a minimum of 165 degrees Fahrenheit this is done in ovens and convection ovens.
8 May 2013
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MI Auto Times interviewed Mark Reuss, GM President North America at the Woodward Dream Cruise and received an inside look at how much heritage is present in this year's event. DETROIT, M.I. -- Woodward Dream Cruise attendance numbers already appear to be larger than last year's with everyone enjoying the fantastic weather, overwhelming number of eye-catching vehicles and automotive nostalgia. That nostalgia was captured by MI Auto Times in an exclusive interview with Mark Reuss, President, General Motors North America, at the historic Athens Coney Island on Woodward Avenue. The full interview will be posted online at *******www.miautotimes**** along with additional coverage of the Woodward Dream Cruise. Reuss, who has been at the Woodward Dream Cruise all week, stopped by the Metro Detroit Buick GMC Dealers Association booth at Athens Coney Island, and he gave MI Auto Times his impression of this year's Cruise and all of its events, including the Chevrolet parade. "For the 100th anniversary of Chevrolet, for instance, it's has been an emotional day," Reuss said. "We had over 100 cars for the parade. Being part of that and seeing that was really emotional. When asked about the newer products people may be interested in seeing at the Woodward Dream Cruise, Reuss mentioned the big Camaro presence at the Chevrolet location on Woodward and also said of the Athens Coney Island location that it's, "really fun to see cars like the Old Grand National and the GNX. Then you see the new GS that we're getting ready to introduce. I had one at home last weekend—a manual transmission version—and I'll tell you, it's a really fun car; one of the finest cars we make. There's a great mix of old and new and that's what it's all about." MI Auto Times also caught up with many of the people driving classics up and down Woodward Avenue such as: • Pat and Jim from Rochester Hills, Mich., driving a '75 Corvette Coupe, who've attended the Cruise from its first year; • Richard and Richard from Ann Arbor, Mich., who've attended the Cruise since the first one, driving a '57 Ford Thunderbird • Randy and Donna from Ortonville, Mich., driving the same '70 Mach Mustang they bought in 1969 when they were first married For these full interviews and more, visit *******www.miautotimes****
25 Aug 2011
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