Thursday, February 5, 2009

There are far too many successful African Americans for the Hood to be “The Hood”

In February you will see a number of very successful African Americans during Tavis Smiley’s annual State of the Black Union. Each year there are numerous meetings and conventions held by African Americans, but what are they really accomplishing? These meetings are like a feel good Sunday morning church service. They are like a good movie or TV show. They do give great temporary relief but does not cure the root cause of the disease.

What needs to be cured is our subconscious self-hate for each other. This mild mutual distrust is a descendant of slavery. The dissension between the modern day house Negros and field Negros impedes the progress of African Americans as a group.
Unfortunately we are not one like minded monolithic group. During slavery we had one main thing in common, slavery. During segregation we have one main thing in common, segregation. Now what do the rich, middle class, and lower income African Americans have in common?

I hope Mr. Smiley and his friends will find a way to trickle down their knowledge, wisdom and values to the masses of lower income African Americans.


Marc Sims

marcsimschicago@gmail

Marc Sims is the host of VIEWPOINT, a cable TV show that provides a forum for ordinary citizens to discuss political and social issues. Marc has entertained and enlighten Chicagoans for seventeen years.

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  1. By 2011 Black Buying Power to Hit Trillion-Dollar Mark.

    The question is how do we spend and invest those dollars. In 2003 blacks earned $656 billion earned dollars. If blacks were a nation we would be the 7th wealthiest nation on the planet. We spent $23 billion on apparel in 2003. How many clothing companies do we own? We 2003 we spent $2.5 billion on alcoholic beverages, do we even own our corner liquor stores(corner stores in Canada are not allowed to sell alcohol or hot food)? In 2003 we spent $32.6 billion on cars and do not own the production of any cars.

    In 2003 we spent another $2.5 on non-alcoholic beverages including water. In Detroit and Chicago alone we have enough fresh water to supply Africa and China. Yet we import water into our communities from Coca Cola and Pepsi bottling companies. Why can't we produce our own community bottle water products and export it? We pay millions for gas and utilities. Name one White populated country outside of America that the government does not own the utility and gas companies. Their royalties go back into the communities.

    Today we spend billions on gold/silver/platinum and do not own any bullion dealers or invest in gold mines. Ironically the majority of all gold mines in the world are in African countries or South America(kereport.com, howstreet.com, hesradio.com, kitco.com, silver-investor.com, silver-seek.com). Today we spent billions on gasoline and oil products, but do not own our neighborhood gas stations or manufacture oil products.

    Today the states of Indiana in passing Senate Bill 0453 - Use of gold by the state and local government after December 31, 2009

    Today we are not on a gold standard yet the US Gold Commodity Export Trade to Switzerland … US$5.9 billion (44.6% of world total for US gold exports)

    Today our country has a trade deficit with Foreign oil producing country yet the US exports 1.5 million barrels of oil each day. Today in MONTANA- their is 3 to 4.3 billion barrels of technically recoverable oil assessed in Bakken Formation MONTANA, but we will not recover it.

    Today we spend millions on diamonds. Yet in ARKANSAS- Crater of Diamonds State Park we have the only diamond-producing site in the world where the public can search for diamonds. And the policy here is “finder’s keepers.” The diamonds you find are yours to keep. In 2007 over 1024 DIAMONDS were found.

    The number 2 offenses for sending black youth to prison are drug and guns crimes. Yet under the US Constitution no amendment has not been passed banning the consumption and distribution of any commodities. Under the 2nd amendment we have the right 2 bear arms and guns are legal. Why in California Rural communities and Suburb's are white citizens allowed to grow marijuana, but in the inner cities like Los Angeles, and Compton, blacks are thrown in jail for using and selling the commodity and having guns. How many guns stores or auto-machine guns show up in the white communities?

    In Detroit we have some of the advanced schools on the planet, like Cass-Technical High School in Detroit, Michigan. The new Cass Technical High School ... Total cost: $127 million (estimate) and Detroit Renaissance High. Both schools excel in math and science. Both schools have attendance rates of 97% and graduation rates of 97%.

    We also have poor performing schools, that do not account for those students that aspire to be entrepreneurs. International travels and business men/women. How about taking the best examples of schools in Detroit and duplicating that model. Have less focus on underperforming schools, that are not working.

    When GM builds a cars that does not sell they scrap it and move on. When they need money, they go to the tax payers. We need to scrap our broken thoughts, schools, images, and move on.

    If we know that black men spend billions on alcohol, own the production, local stores, and stop focusing on his drinking. If we are going to jail for marijuana, whether it's is moral or immoral push to legalize it. (Hemp/Marijuana was only made illegal because J.P Morgan owned Timber which takes 7 years to grow and Hemp trees only take 3 years to grow. So, hemp/mariquana was banned.) Open rehabilitation centers, but jail is B.S. If we have a problem with guns in the community, start owning gun stores. And control the distribution of guns going into the community. Train the youth how to properly handle guns, remember that we are from the south, and we are hunters by nature. Stop allowing black/white cops to murder our children. Start prosecuting them.

    If we are suppose to be the bloodline of the greatest civilization on the planet. Let stop talking about poor me examples, and lets focus on perfecting ourselves. We have to educate ourselves, employ ourselves, travel, and open up business connections around the world. Require that our kids speak 2-5 languages and get passports. Talk about DR. YOSEF BEN, THE OLMECS: VOYAGERS FROM THE NILE, Black Beauty: Millionaire C. J. Walker; America's first self-made woman millionaire, African mining Billionaire Motsepe, MANSA MUSA who WAS THE RICHEST AFRICAN IN THE WORLD; so rich that even the slaves were decorated with gold hundred camels bearing 300 pounds of gold($135 million today), Singer Keith Sweat who owns high end luxury hotel in Atlanta, Industrial magnate Aliko Dangote is Nigeria's Richest African with a Net worth of $3.3 billion, Yolanda Cuba who became the CEO of one of SA's largest and most successful black-owned listed companies: Mvelaphanda Group (Mvela), HOUSTON, TEXAS- CAMAC also ranked as the second biggest US firm owned by Nigerian born black man, with a gross revenue figure of nearly $1.5 billion dollars, talk about Black Wall Street in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

    Come on leaders!

    THE BUYING
    POWER OF
    BLACK AMERICA - 2003

    This is the eleventh edition of Target Market News' annual report on African-American consumers. Again, most of the increases were in categories most influenced by women's purchases. The economic slowdown continues and surely will have an impact on future spending.
    Apparel Products and Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . $23.0 billion
    Appliances. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.5 billion
    Beverages (Alcoholic) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.5 billion
    Beverages (Non-Alcoholic) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.5 billion
    Books . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 326 million
    Cars, Trucks and Motorcycles . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32.6 billion*
    Computers and Related Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.9 billion
    Consumer Electronics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.5 billion
    Contributions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.3 billion
    Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.2 billion
    Entertainment and Leisure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.7 billion
    Food. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56.5 billion
    Gifts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.9 billion
    Health Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.0 billion
    Household Furnishings and Equipment . . . . . . . . . . 11.9 billion
    Housewares. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 973 million
    Housing and related charges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145.2 billion
    Insurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16.2 billion
    Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.0 billion
    Personal Care Products and Services . . . . . . . . . . . 6.5 billion
    Sports and Recreational Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . 900 million
    Telephone Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.4 billion
    Tobacco Products and Smoking Supplies . . . . . . . . . . 2.8 billion
    Toys, Games and Pets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.3 billion
    Transportation, Travel and Lodging. . . . . . . . . . . . 4.8 billion

    Copyright (c) 2004 Target Market News. All rights reserved. From "The Buying
    Power of Black America - 2004" Do not cite without proper credit.
    *This total does not include all automotive related expenditures listed
    in the report.


    EDUCATION:
    Cass-Technical High School in Detroit, Michigan. The new Cass Technical High School ... Total cost: $127 million (estimate). At Cass Technical High School in Detroit, graduation rates are high. About 96 percent of BLACK students reached graduation in 2006. HERE ARE PERFORMANCE STATS FROM CASS-TECH
    HIGH SCHOOL 2006-07 Student Enrollment: 2121
    Female Enrollment : 1367
    Male Enrollment : 754


    9th Grade Enrollment : 666
    10th Grade Enrollment : 553
    11th Grade Enrollment : 479
    12th Grade Enrollment : 423


    9th Grade Female Enrollment : 402
    10th Grade Female Enrollment : 367
    11th Grade Female Enrollment : 324
    12th Grade Female Enrollment : 274


    9th Grade Male Enrollment : 264
    10th Grade Male Enrollment : 186
    11th Grade Male Enrollment : 155
    12th Grade Male Enrollment : 149


    Attendance Statistics DETROIT CASS TECH HIGH % VS STATE OF MICHIGAN %:

    Attendance Rate (2006): 91.0%
    Here: 91.0%
    State average from 3668 schools: 93.6%

    Attendance Rate (2005): 92.0%
    Here: 92.0%
    State average from 3919 schools: 92.3%

    Attendance Rate (2004): 92.0%
    This school: 92.0%
    State average from 3863 schools: 92.4%



    2007 4-Year Cohort Graduation Statistics:

    Black Graduation Rate (%): 97.0%
    Cass Technical High School: 97.0%
    State average from 918 schools: 71.5%

    Black Graduation Rate (%): 97.0%
    Here: 97.0%
    State average from 520 schools: 76.3%

    Black Graduation Rate (%) - Female: 97.0%
    Here: 97.0%
    State average from 897 schools: 77.6%


    Detroit Schools:

    1)- Cass Technical High School, twice recognized for excellence in education by the US Department of Education, is a unique institution with high expectations for its staff and students. As a city wide college preparatory school, Cass Tech offers basic and advanced academic, scientific, and artistic studies for students with the ability and potential to meet the challenge. Rich in a tradition of success since 1917, Cass fulfills a special role in the development of its multi-ethnic student body with energy and pride. The unique curriculum structure at Cass offers opportunities for advanced study in specialized fields.

    - Cass takes students with special interests, abilities, and motivates them to expand and develop in a learning environment enhanced with enthusiastic teachers and peers. Ninety-five percent of Cass graduates attend college. Last year’s Cass Tech graduates were awarded more than ,000,000 in scholarships and grants.

    -Cass has a unique curriculum structure. All students are required to take a basic college preparatory core program that consists of 200 credit hours in the areas of English, Social Studies, Mathematics, Science, Foreign Language, Physical Education, Health, and Computer Applications.

    2) Detroit Renaissance is a college preparatory high school. We are an application/examination high school in which students apply in the Fall of their 8th grade year and take an exam administrated in January or February. Students take seven classes each semester: five academic and two electives. Students take four years of English, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Foreign Language. Students must maintain a 2.5 GPA to remain in Renaissance. Graduates amass over three million dollars in scholarships and are accepted to colleges/universities across the country including Yale, Harvard, Penn State, Wharton School of Business, Fordham, Howard, and University of Michigan. Average daily attendance is 97 percent.

    3) Detroit King High's average daily attendance is 94 percent.



    BUSINESS IN AMERICA: Corporate Boards

    Ethnic directors on corporate boards
    1998 1999
    African American 37% 39%
    Latino 12% 12%
    Asian 6% 9%
    Total 55% 60%

    Facts about Minority Suppliers

    * In 1997, it was estimated that there were 3.25 minority-owned businesses in the U.S. generating $495 billion in revenues and employing nearly 4 million workers. According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, this group is one of the fastest growing business segments.
    * Minority businesses hire minority workers to a far greater extent than do non-minority firms; many of NMSDC’s minority companies have 75% minority work forces.
    * Most minority businesses are bootstrapped with personal funds. Most NMSDC-certified MBEs opened their doors with less than $50,000 in start-up capital – 4 in 10 with less than $15,000.
    * Nearly one-third of the NSMDC MBEs have owned or run a business prior to setting up their present enterprise. Most who have not run a company had at least 10 years of work experience; 80% have managerial experience.
    * Minority businesses buy from other minority businesses when they can; 3 out of 10 purchase more than 50% of their goods and services from other minority businesses.
    * In 1982, an estimated 84% of all MBEs had no employees. In 1997 the figure remained the same.

    Source: National Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc. Press Release, October 8, 1999


    Demographics
    Education:

    * Asian/other women have the highest education of all women managers – 63 percent have attained college or advanced degrees.
    * African-American women managers have the next highest incidence of college degrees (40 percent), yet earn less than White women managers.
    * African-American women have higher educational attainment than African-American men, a situation unique to this group.

    The components of the concrete ceiling:

    * Not having an influential mentor or sponsor, 47%.
    * Lack of informal networking with influential colleagues, 40%.
    * Lack of company role models who are members of same racial/ethnic group, 29%.
    * Lack of high visibility assignments, 28%.

    Women of color cite success factors:

    * Access to high-visibility assignments, 50%.
    * Performing over and above expectations, 49%.
    * Communicating well, 46%.
    * Having an influential mentor or sponsor, 44%.

    Good diversity programs can foster retention:

    * Women who intend to stay with their employer are more likely to believe that their cultural differences are appreciated (50% vs. 16% who intend to leave).
    * Women who intend to stay with their employer are less likely to believe that many adjustments to fit in are required (50% vs. 79% who intend to leave).
    * A third of women-of-color respondents (34%) think that diversity programs have created a positive work environment.

    Some diversity programs are not as effective as they could be or were intended to be for women-of-color managers:



    Death row statistics

    Race of Defendant Executed Since 1976 (as of December 17, 2002)
    White 465 35%
    Black 281 35%
    Hispanic 54 7%
    Other
    (Native American, Asian, Iraqi) 20 2%

    Race of Death Row Inmates
    White 1,665 45%
    Black 1,603 43%
    Hispanic 347 4%
    Other 82 2%

    Race of Victims (Capital Cases)
    White 81%
    Black 14%
    Hispanic 4%
    Asian 2%

    Source: www.deathpenaltyinfo.org/dpicrace.html

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    Family work hours and income

    1998 Average Family Work Hours
    by race/ethnicity, middle-income, married-couple families with children

    African Americans
    4,278 hours per year

    Hispanic
    4,050 hours per year

    White
    3,789 hours per year

    Median family income by race/ethnic group

    1995

    1998
    African American

    $28,390
    $30,053

    Hispanic
    $26,859
    $30,262

    White
    $46,620
    $50,106

    Source: Black Enterprise Magazine

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  2. POEM: I AM A BLACK AMERICAN CRIMINAL


    I AM A CRIMINAL BY NATURAL SELECTION. I AM A CRIMINAL BY DESIGN. I AM A BUSINESS MAN, DRESSED IN THE APPEARANCE OF A CRIMINAL, COMMITTING A CRIME. I AM A CRIMINAL BECAUSE I DO NOT KNOW THE LAW. BECAUSE IF A CRIMINAL COULD READ, IN THE CONSTITUTION, I HAVE THE RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS. I AM A CRIMINAL, AND THEY CALL US GANGS. I AM A CRIMINAL BECAUSE I DO NOT UNDERSTAND, THAT I HAVE THE RIGHT TO ORGANIZE. I AM A CRIMINAL BECAUSE I FOUGHT FOR JUSTICE. I AM A CRIMINAL BECAUSE, I DID NOT KNOW, THAT I HAVE THE RIGHT TO FORM A MILITIA, SO THAT THE GOVERNMENT DOES NOT GET OUT OF CONTROL.

    I AM A CRIMINAL BECAUSE THERE ARE NO JOBS FOR ME. I AM A CRIMINAL BECAUSE I SELL COMMODITIES. I AM A CRIMINAL BECAUSE I DO NOT REALIZE, THAT COMMODITIES ARE LEGAL IN THE EYES OF THE LAW, THE US CONSTITUTION, UNLESS A NEW AMENDMENT IS PASSED.

    I AM A CRIMINAL BECAUSE I STEAL TO FEED MY FAMILY. I AM A CRIMINAL BECAUSE I CANNOT KEEP UP WITH THE COST OF LIVING. I AM A CRIMINAL BECAUSE I DID NOT REALIZE, THAT PRICE INFLATION IS CAUSED BY THE PRIVATE FEDERAL RESERVE. I AM A CRIMINAL BECAUSE I AM POOR. I AM A CRIMINAL BECAUSE, I DID NOT READ ARTICLE 1 SEC 10 OF THE LAW. I AM A CRIMINAL BECAUSE I DID NOT KNOW, THAT ONLY GOLD AND SILVER ARE LEGAL TENDER OF THE UNITED STATES LAW. THE US CONSTITUTION.

    I AM A CRIMINAL BECAUSE I TRUSTED THE LAW. I TRUSTED THE GOVERNMENT. I TRUSTED THE BLACK POLICE TO PROTECT ME. I TRUSTED MY BLACK LEADERSHIP TO INSPIRE ME. I TRUSTED THE BLACK POLITICIANS WITH MY COMMUNITY, I TRUSTED MY BLACK TEACHERS TO EDUCATE ME. I TRUSTED OUR PRESIDENT. I TRUSTED MY PARENTS TO COTH AND LOVE. I TRUSTED MY EDUCATION TO GIDE ME. I TRUSTED MY FOOD TO MAKE ME HEALTHY. I TRUSTED MY DOCTOR. I TRUSTED MY MONEY.

    I AM A CRIMINAL BECAUSE I HAVE BEEN TRICKED TO BELIEVE, THAT THE CONSTITUTION IS A GOD DAMMED PIECE OF PAPER THAT DOES NOT APPLY TO ME. I AM A CRIMINAL BECAUSE I CHOOSE TO BE. BECAUSE IF I WAS TRULY A FREE MAN, REVOLUTION WOULD BE. I AM A BLACK AMERICAN CRIMINAL.

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  3. NUMBER OF PRIVATE OWNED ARAB LIQUOR STORE IN DETROIT MICHIGAN (111) POPULATION OF 987,956 VS GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE OWNED LIQUOR & BEER STORES IN WINDSOR CANADA, (12)POPULATION 323,342

    # 1 Spirits Liquor
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    2841 Cochrane Street, Detroit, MI 48216
    www.1spiritsliquor.com


    (313) 963-6234


    #2
    6 & Lodge Liquor
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    12730 W McNichols Road, Detroit, MI 48235

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    (313) 861-9909


    #3
    A & D Market
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    2205 S Schaefer Highway, Detroit, MI 48217


    (313) 849-4774
    (313) 849-4792 (fax)


    #4
    A & L Market
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    10826 Joy Road, Detroit, MI 48204



    (313) 834-2920
    (313) 834-0652 (fax)


    #5
    A & S Liquor
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    21741 Fenkell Street, Detroit, MI 48223



    (313) 537-4933


    #6
    AAA Party Store
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    13023 E Warren Avenue, Detroit, MI 48215



    (313) 822-5655
    (313) 822-2546 (fax)


    #7
    AL PISA Liquor Store
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    13900 Meyers Road, Detroit, MI 48227



    (313) 934-8224


    #8
    Al's Party Store
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    18615 Livernois Avenue, Detroit, MI 48221


    (313) 864-4078


    #9
    Aladdin Beverage
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    19100 Van Dyke Street, Detroit, MI 48234


    (313) 366-6671


    #10
    Alison Market
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    18054 Mount Elliott Street, Detroit, MI 48234



    (313) 368-5980


    #11
    Almasar Inc
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    14445 Schaefer Highway, Detroit, MI 48227



    (313) 836-6163


    #12
    American Joy Inc
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    7459 Joy Road, Detroit, MI 48204



    (313) 834-5320


    #13
    Ammex Detroit Duty Free Stores
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    3400 W Lafayette Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48216



    (313) 963-0022
    (313) 965-3541 (fax)


    #14
    Ammex Detroit Duty Free Stores
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    100 E Jefferson Avenue, Detroit, MI 48226
    http://ambassadorbridge.com



    (313) 567-0555
    (313) 567-1528 (fax)


    #15
    Ammex Detroit Duty Free Stores
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    3039 Porter Street, Detroit, MI 48216


    (313) 496-0630
    (313) 963-3201 (fax)


    #16
    Angelo's Party Store
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    19328 Kelly Road, Harper Woods, MI 48225



    (313) 371-5355


    #17
    Ann's Market
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    12801 Greiner Street, Detroit, MI 48205


    (313) 521-0520


    #18
    Anthony Liquor & Deli
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    12535 Mack Ave, Detroit, MI 48215



    (313) 822-6444


    #19
    Art's Party Store
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    14945 Kercheval Street, Detroit, MI 48215


    (313) 822-9614
    (313) 822-1877 (fax)


    #20
    Ashton Drugs & Liquor
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    18201 Schoolcraft, Detroit, MI 48223



    (313) 835-7715


    #21
    Asmar Party Store
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    16400 W 7 Mile Road, Detroit, MI 48235



    #22
    AW2
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    12839 Kercheval Street, Detroit, MI 48215



    (313) 822-4122


    #23
    B & J Party Store
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    693 Conner Street, Detroit, MI 48215



    (313) 822-7277


    #24
    B B A Stores
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    3833 East Davison, Detroit, MI 48201



    (313) 366-2211


    #25
    Babbies Market
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    19300 Schoolcraft, Detroit, MI 48223



    (313) 838-8338


    #26
    Bagley's Food Center
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    2545 Bagley Street, Detroit, MI 48216



    (313) 964-4738


    #27
    Baileys Liquor
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    13940 Dexter Avenue, Detroit, MI 48238



    (313) 867-5453


    #28
    Barno's Liquor Shop
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    14044 Telegraph Road, Redford, MI 48239


    (313) 537-8544


    #29
    Barrel & Bottle Party Shoppe
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    11320 Dexter Avenue, Detroit, MI 48206



    (313) 869-2039


    #30
    Basil's Party Store
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    4515 Grand River Avenue, Detroit, MI 48208



    (313) 831-6991


    #31
    Bee Be's Market
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    7250 Lafayette Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48209



    (313) 841-4616
    (313) 841-4430 (fax)


    #32
    Bellacino's Pizza & Grinders
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    2867 E 7 Mile Road, Detroit, MI 48234



    (313) 368-7500
    (313) 368-9483 (fax)


    #33
    Bellagio Liquor
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    12535 Mack Avenue, Detroit, MI 48215

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    (313) 331-4300


    #35
    Benchmark Party Shoppe
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    15401 Joy Road, Detroit, MI 48228



    (313) 584-9666


    #36
    Benchmark Party Store
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    15401 Joy Road, Detroit, MI 48228




    (313) 584-9666


    #37
    Beverage One
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    19322 Grand River Avenue, Detroit, MI 48223



    (313) 535-5555
    (313) 535-5556 (fax)


    #38
    Big Daddy's Liquor Store
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    18551 Joy Road, Detroit, MI 48228



    (313) 584-5022


    #39
    Big J Market
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    16811 Schaefer Highway, Detroit, MI 48235



    (313) 864-3877


    #40
    Big V Party Store
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    14111 Greenfield Road, Detroit, MI 48227



    (313) 272-7920


    #41
    Blue Jay Market
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    3317 S Fort Street, Detroit, MI 48217



    (313) 381-8000
    (313) 381-5885 (fax)


    #42
    Bob & Ron's Liquor Store
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    15703 Belden Street, Detroit, MI 48238


    (313) 861-0148


    #43
    Bond Market
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    12950 Fenkell Street, Detroit, MI 48227

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    (313) 862-4014


    #44
    Bottle Shop
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    540 E State Fair, Highland Park, MI 48203

    #45
    Bottle Stop Mjtj
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    540 East State Fair, Highland Park, MI 48203



    (313) 369-0657


    #46
    Bottoms Up Party Store
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    8523 W 8 Mile Road, Detroit, MI 48221

    #47

    (313) 342-9093


    #48
    Boulevard Discount Market
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    1691 W Grand Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48208



    (313) 895-5520
    (313) 898-3107


    #49
    Boulevard Food Center
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    2699 W Grand Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48208



    (313) 872-2080


    #50
    Boyd's Party Store
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    4802 Moran Street, Detroit, MI 48207


    (313) 922-3833


    #51
    Brand Liquor Shoppe
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    6301 Mack Avenue, Detroit, MI 48207



    (313) 921-4376


    #52
    Brand Party Shop
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    17200 W McNichols Road, Detroit, MI 48235



    (313) 838-0839


    #53
    Broadway Stop & Shop
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    1338 Broadway Street, Detroit, MI 48226



    (313) 965-9676


    #54
    Cadillac Food Plaza
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    111 Cadillac Square, Detroit, MI 48226
    http://www.cadillac.com


    (313) 962-1340


    #55
    Capitol Foods Inc
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    12220 Schaefer Highway, Detroit, MI 48227


    (313) 491-3375
    (313) 491-7766 (fax)


    #56
    Casino Liquor
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    14546 Fenkell Street, Detroit, MI 48227



    (313) 272-5435
    (313) 272-5899 (fax)


    #57
    Caslin Party Store
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    2872 Ewald Circle, Detroit, MI 48238

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    (313) 491-4660


    #58
    Cellars Wine
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    645 Griswold Street, Detroit, MI 48226


    (313) 961-3787


    #59
    Central Liquor
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    7106 W Warren Avenue, Detroit, MI 48210

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    (313) 361-1555


    #60
    Central Market
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    20451 W 8 Mile Road, Detroit, MI 48219



    (313) 532-5877


    #61
    Chalmers Deli & Party Store
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    12519 Chalmers Street, Detroit, MI 48205



    (313) 371-2535


    #62
    Chalmers Plus
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    11304 Chalmers Street, Detroit, MI 48213
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    (313) 372-2669


    #63
    Chapel Beer & Wine Market
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    21509 Fenkell Street, Detroit, MI 48223



    (313) 535-1730


    #64
    Cheers Party Store
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    12344 E 8 Mile Road, Detroit, MI 48205



    (313) 521-2711


    #65
    Chene Liquor
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    650 Chene Street, Detroit, MI 48207



    (313) 259-7482


    #66
    Chet's Party Store
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    5401 E McNichols Road, Hamtramck, MI 48212


    (313) 366-5530


    #67
    Chicago Liquor Shop
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    7325 W Chicago, Detroit, MI 48204



    #68
    Chris Shango
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    13003 Gratiot Avenue, Detroit, MI 48205



    (313) 372-8250
    (313) 372-8255 (fax)


    #69
    Coach Party Store
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    13624 Gratiot Avenue, Detroit, MI 48205



    (313) 521-2781


    #70
    Cody Drugs
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    18320 W Chicago Street, Detroit, MI 48228



    (313) 272-8440
    (313) 272-9866 (fax)


    #71
    Cognac Castle
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    15415 Harper Avenue, Detroit, MI 48224



    (313) 839-5001


    #72
    College Liquor Shoppe
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    15956 Livernois Avenue, Detroit, MI 48238



    (313) 861-2073
    (313) 861-3085 (fax)


    #73
    Conant Corner Party Shoppe
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    3468 Holbrook Street, Hamtramck, MI 48212



    (313) 874-3335
    (313) 874-3482


    #74
    Conant Liquor
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    19663 Conant Street, Detroit, MI 48234



    (313) 893-1025


    #75
    Convenience Store
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    15201 W 7 Mile Road, Detroit, MI 48235



    (313) 272-7540
    (313) 272-5837 (fax)


    #76
    Corner's Party Store
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    7810 Goethe Street, Detroit, MI 48214


    (313) 267-0566


    #77
    Cost Plus Eastern Market Wine
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    2448 Market Street, Detroit, MI 48207



    (313) 259-3845


    #78
    Crown Liquor
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    7120 W McNichols Road, Detroit, MI 48221


    (313) 864-1447


    #79
    D & D Liquorland
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    16233 Schoolcraft Street, Detroit, MI 48227



    (313) 272-7821


    #80
    D & D Market
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    18808 Hayes Street, Detroit, MI 48205



    (313) 521-9130


    #81
    D J'S Liquor Food & Deli
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    5800 W Fort Street, Detroit, MI 48209



    (313) 843-4343


    #82
    D Town Liquor Shop
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    2597 Puritan Street, Detroit, MI 48238



    (313) 341-6085


    #83
    Dean's Wine Rack
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    16046 Puritan Street, Detroit, MI 48227



    (313) 838-7474


    #84
    Detroit Food Center
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    11414 Livernois Avenue, Detroit, MI 48204


    (313) 834-6627


    #85
    Dexter Waverly Market
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    13301 Dexter Avenue, Detroit, MI 48238


    (313) 834-9037


    #86
    Diamond Liquor
    5 of 5 stars (1) Read Reviews | Write a Review
    3810 East McNichols Road, Hamtramck, MI 48212



    (313) 366-4991


    #87
    Diamond Liquor Shop
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    20723 Plymouth Road, Detroit, MI 48228


    (313) 836-6666
    (313) 836-6667 (fax)


    #88
    Diamond Market
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    3810 E McNichols Road, Hamtramck, MI 48212



    (313) 366-4991


    #89
    Discount Party Store Grand
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    13643 Linwood Street, Detroit, MI 48238



    #90
    Downtown Detroit Gas
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    1500 W Fort Street, Detroit, MI 48216



    (313) 965-3830
    (313) 965-1722 (fax)


    #91
    Duty Free Americas
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    1 Detroit Metro Airpor, Detroit, MI 48242



    (734) 942-0120


    #92
    E Z Pick Liquor
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    16361 Hamilton Avenue, Highland Park, MI 48203



    (313) 342-3760


    #93
    Eady's Party Store
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    10649 W Chicago, Detroit, MI 48204


    (313) 933-7064


    #94
    East Town Liquor
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    10520 E Jefferson Avenue, Detroit, MI 48214



    (313) 821-1766
    (313) 821-0042 (fax)


    #95
    Eastown Distributors CO
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    14400 Oakland Street, Highland Park, MI 48203
    http://www.eastown.com



    (313) 867-6900
    (313) 867-6020 (fax)
    (800) 417-0080 (toll-free)


    #96
    Eight & Gallagher Market
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    3136 E 8 Mile Road, Detroit, MI 48234



    (313) 366-7334


    #97
    Eight Mile Liquor Shop
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    17321 W 8 Mile Road, Detroit, MI 48235



    (313) 534-0729


    #98
    Express Lanes Party Store
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    12546 Dexter Avenue, Detroit, MI 48206


    (313) 865-8080


    #99
    Express Liquor Mack
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    14425 Mack Avenue, Detroit, MI 48215


    (313) 332-1841


    #100
    Express Party Store
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    5347 Livernois Avenue, Detroit, MI 48210


    (313) 897-8800
    (313) 897-5760 (fax)


    #101
    F & S Liquor Shoppe
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    9249 Mack Avenue, Detroit, MI 48214



    (313) 923-8600


    #102
    Fairlane Liquor Shop
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    18712 Ford Road, Detroit, MI 48228

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    (313) 336-0060


    #103
    Fairway Party Store
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    10391 W Jefferson Avenue, River Rouge, MI 48218

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    (313) 842-4134
    (313) 842-0323 (fax)


    #104
    Falcon Drugs
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    6103 Charles Street, Hamtramck, MI 48212


    (313) 366-0300


    #105
    Farmer Zeek's Liquor Store
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    13635 W 7 Mile Road, Detroit, MI 48235



    (313) 342-7222
    (313) 342-5610 (fax)


    #106
    Festival Party Shoppe
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    15660 Fenkell Street, Detroit, MI 48227



    (313) 835-2010


    #107
    Fielding Party Store
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    20501 Grand River Avenue, Detroit, MI 48219



    (313) 534-9026


    #108
    Fiesta Liquor Shoppe
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    25707 Plymouth Road, Redford, MI 48239



    (313) 937-2222


    #109
    Fifth Avenue Liquor Spot
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    17734 Fenkell Street, Detroit, MI 48227



    (313) 837-0040


    #110
    FIZ N' Pour
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    26411 W 8 Mile Road, Redford, MI 48240



    (313) 538-7766
    (313) 538-6531 (fax)


    #111
    Food Plaza Inc
    Not Rated Not Rated | Write a Review
    1441 Saint Antoine Street, Detroit, MI 48226

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