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Comerica Bank hosts Women’s Business Symposium featuring Cookie Johnson

Comerica Bank is hosting its second annual metro Detroit Women’s Business Symposium featuring Cookie Johnson; philanthropist, entrepreneur and New York Times bestselling author from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Friday, April 27 at the MGM Grand Detroit, 1777 3rd Avenue, Detroit. The symposium will include lunch, networking and exhibits from Comerica Hatch Detroit Contest alumnae Rebel Nell and Busted in Detroit Bra Shop. A portion of proceeds will benefit Alternatives for Girls, a Detroit-based nonprofit since 1987 that serves to empower homeless and high-risk girls and young women to make positive choices. For more information visit: https://events.comerica.com/wbsmi18.

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