Supporting Local Businesses, Sustainable Eating and More! | Full Megacast, April 14, 2021

Royal Oak Downtown Development Manager, Sean Kammer, and other news-makers discuss the latest COVID-19 information and election-related news on this full edition of the Oakland County Megacast!

Dr. Udi Kapen, M.D., Pediatrician and Playwright with Playwrights @ Work for the Birmingham Village Players, joins the show to talk about his passion for theatre and his work creating stageplays in the virtual realm during the COVID-19 pandemic!

Suzanne Levine, Executive Director of the Greater West Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce, talks about the continued impact of COVID-19 on the local business community, including why the community needs (more than ever) to support our local, independently-owned businesses.

Wren Hack, Executive Director of Hazon Detroit, discusses Hazon’s new Sustainability Starter Kit program, providing healthy, locally-sourced and plant-based foods and other sustainable items on a subscription basis, helping people form new, healthy habits and reduce their environmental footprint.

Katrina Luts, Marketing Consultant at the Village of Rochester Hills, talks about ongoing and upcoming programs and events at the Village, and provides an update on the status of the many shops and activities available there.

Sean Kammer, Downtown Manager for the Royal Oak Downtown Development Authority, joins the show to talk about Royal Oak’s national recognition for its pro-business efforts during the pandemic, as well as continuing programs supporting small businesses and plans for a new social district in the city!

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