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notadmblnd Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu May-01-08 07:29 AM
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3. are you the ones taking over for EDS?
Edited on Thu May-01-08 07:39 AM by notadmblnd
I don't believe the IT department is housed in Auburn Hills. I have a friend that was telling me EDS lost their contract and they had people coming in to learn their jobs soon. However, if you do find yourself in Auburn Hills, all the hotels and fast food restaurants are in walking distance. I'm sure your company will be putting up at the hotel of your choice so I won't go into those options. For events.. there's the Palace of AH, a venue for Pistons games, concerts etc,. Shopping, there's Great Lakes Crossing Mall, which I think is totally over rated. Great entertainment (bars) in downtown Pontiac. ah, the Chrysler museum is near the Chrysler building. Oakland University is near and the Dodge Estate is availabe for tours. There's Meadowbrook Theater which is an outdoor venue for concerts and shows. More upscale is Rochester and Rochester Hills, lots of sports bars and affluent types prowling the streets. I haven't worked in Detroit proper in about 10 years, so I imagine a lot has changed and can't tell you much about what's going on down there. What else would you like to know?
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