Home Town Life: Business Newsmakers
Posted By: Bridget Cardillo
Marty Johnson, a documentation specialist, with Auto Club Group (ACG) Program Management Office, has been named “AAA Ambassador of the Year” for his outstanding participation in AAA of Michigan’s community outreach activities.
The Westland resident was presented with the Auto Club’s top volunteer award as part of National Volunteer Week by AAA of Michigan President and Auto Club Group (ACG) Field Operations North, Steve Wagner. Johnson’s volunteer efforts include:
• Holiday Nature Preserve Association (500-acre nature area and part of the Wayne County Parks System): Served as a tour guide, coordinated communication, print and social media functions.
• Angela Hospice: Provide weekly respite care and company to hospice patients over a four-year period.
• St. Timothy Presbyterian Church: Served on a variety of committees to include the leadership board and chairman of the Personnel committee, as well as, a substitute Sunday school teacher. He coordinated communications, editorial and publishing.
• Clare County Historical Society: Served over a four-year period as Communications Director. Responsibilities included editorial, design, communications, social media and publishing functions.
• Clare County Railroad Depot Restoration: Assisted with marketing, social media, communications print and web design over a three year period.
Cellairis (cellairis.com), one of the world’s largest wireless accessory retailers, has announced the opening of two new retail locations in Michigan. Located in Westland Shopping Center in Westland and Genesee Valley Center in Flint Township, the new additions mark Cellairis’ 12th and 13th locations in the state with three additional store openings slated for later this year.
Cellairis offers a wide variety of products, including cases, screen protectors, headphones and other accessories to enhance wireless devices. The new locations provide a personalized shopping experience and exceptional customer service to meet every customer’s specific needs.
“We are pleased to grow our presence in Michigan by opening two additional locations,” said Jaime Brown, COO of Cellairis. “We look forward to interacting with new customers and sharing our extensive selection of products and customized services.”
Hours for the new Cellairis at Westland Shopping Center are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. For general information, visit www.cellairis.com.
Garden City Hospital’s medical staff is growing with the addition of two new physicians. Joining the staff are:
• Dr. Lawrence S. Singer, Podiatry. Dr. Singer is board certified in Podiatry. For more than 28 years, he has been treating patients of all ages and focusing on the medical and surgical treatment of foot disorders. Dr. Singer believes prevention is the key when dealing with diseases such as diabetes or circulatory problems. He places great emphasis on health education programs and in answering all patient questions and concerns.
• Dr. Jeffrey G. Cramblett, Podiatry. Dr. Cramblett is board certified in Podiatry and is a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association, the Michigan Podiatric Medical Association and the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons.
They both have offices at 30730 Ford Road, Garden City, 734-427-6300, and a second office in Livonia
Located in Garden City, Garden City Hospital provides comprehensive health care services, osteopathic medical education, and health care related programs to the community at large. For more information or to make an appointment with one of Garden City Hospital’s new or existing physicians, contact the Physician Referral Line at 877-717-WELL or visit GCH.org.
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