DETROIT, MI – Detroit Chassis LLC, an automotive manufacturing company of niche vehicles and RV chassis, is proud to announce that its company owners brothers Michael and Carlton Guthrie were honored at a surprise celebration ceremony for being in manufacturing for 20 years Thursday, August 25, 2005 at its Lynch Rd. facility.
Invitations were extended to the Governor’s Office, Mayor’s Office, Detroit City Council, Congressman Conyer’s Office, and Senator Barack Obama’s Office (Illinois). Many long time friends and business associates joined us for this celebration. Our community partners include: Ford Motor Company; Cal Williams, Director, Children’s Aid Society and Board members; Geraldine Sumpter, Principal, Ulysses Grant Elementary/Middle School; Dr. Alsce Johnson, Davis Aerospace Technical High School; and Patrick Murray, Vice President - Programs, Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan.
"Michael and Carlton, you have dedicated yourselves to success in business, but also found time to give back to your community. The way you run your business and your work with Junior Achievement, The Children’s Aid Society, schools and other non-profit organizations demonstrates a strong and valuable civic spirit. We need more leaders like you, not just in business, but also in society. You set an example of corporate responsibility that makes the jobs of those of us in public service that much easier, and I am glad for the opportunity to share these small greetings on this happy occasion," Barack Obama, United States Senator (Illinois).
Detroit Chassis LLC
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Detroit Chassis’ Owners Celebrate 20 Years in Manufacturing
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