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Attention Flat Rock Businesses! Has your dining area been restricted by COVID-19? The Building and Safety Department is temporarily allowing permits for outdoor dining!
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Flat Rock Auto Care has been in business in Flat Rock for over 7 years. Lowell Plesco bought the Flat Rock Guardian Auto care on the corner of Telegraph and Huron River, next to Michael’s on the River and has helped hundreds of Downriver and Monroe car and truck owners with their vehicle repairs. Lowell says he enjoys making his customers happy. FR Auto Cars does computerized wheel alignment, brake, shock strut and spring repair and much more. So if your care is in need for some attention you can go to Flat Rock Auto Care for the best work in town.
Lowell and his team can be reached at 734-789-8980.
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Flat Rock Auto Care
28810 Telegraph Rd.
Flat Rock, Mi. 48134
Owner Lorene Langdon has been building residential and commercial custom cabinets since 1969.
Kencraft Custom Cabinets is located at 26263 Gibraltar Rd Ste 100 in Flat Rock, Mi and is a business with Cabinet Makers and Cabinet Builders on staff and specialized in Kitchens.
Kencraft Custom Cabinets is listed in the categories Cabinet Contractors, Cabinets & Cabinet Hardware, Cabinet Manufacturers and Cabinets & Cabinet Makers and offers Tools & Equipment. You will love your results with Kencraft Custom Cabinets.
26263 Gibraltar Rd Ste 100
Flat Rock, MI 48134 – Wayne County
You can win a gift card in the Support Local Flat Rock Program, created by the Flat Rock Downtown Development Authority (DDA) and supported by Flat Rock Our Hometown. This is an incentive program is for customers of Flat Rock businesses. You can win one of 10 $25 gift cards every week during the months of June and July.
HOW THE PROGRAM WORKS
When you make a purchase at one of the Downtown Flat Rock stores of $10 or more, you will be eligible to enter the drawing by printing your name and phone number on the back of your receipt. Your receipt will become the drawing ticket. You can then place your receipt into the drawing pail near the register or give them to the cashier who will enter your receipt into the drawing.
If a Flat Rock business is not listed or isn’t participating, you can still enter the drawing by dropping your receipt with your name and phone number at the Biggby Coffee on Telegraph Road in Flat Rock.
You have to purchase your item the week of the drawing and all receipts will be destroyed after the drawing. The drawing is open to anyone 18 and older. You can only win one prize per month.
Eleven winners will be announced every Friday (the 11th prize will be a car wash from Cobra One in Flat Rock) and posted on the Flat Rock DDA and Flat Rock Our Hometown Facebook pages.
Winners can pick up their gift cards at Flat Rock City Hall during normal business hours. A MASK IS REQUIRED TO ENTER CITY HALL
Winners must pick up their prize within a week of the drawing. Those not picked up will be re-entered into the contest.
(Any business within the City Limits of Flat Rock and registered with the city of Flat Rock can collect receipts from customers to submit into the contest. If you are interested please contact Diane at Biggby Coffee.)
Participating Flat Rock Businesses
You can find the list of Current Shop Local – Shop Flat Rock Promotion Winners and other stats on the DDA facebook page.
Notice; Due to COVID-19 and state regulations, some businesses may be closed until restrictions are lifted.
The first Euro-American settlers in Flat Rock were Michael Vreeland and his five grown sons between 1811 and 1820. Michael had been captured by British Rangers during the Revolutionary War and released after American independence.
The family purchased 800 acres (3.2 km2). The town was called the Village of Vreeland until 1838 when the Vreeland family sold off the majority of the land and relinquished control of the area. The Vreeland families built the first grain and lumber mill, having brought the grinding stones from New York.
Descendants of Michael Vreeland still live in the town and attend Flat Rock public schools, being the seventh generation to reside in the town their family founded.