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DBusiness Breakfast Series featuring Jack Aronson

The DBusiness Breakfast Series is held six times per year, with each event showcasing the business leaders, professionals, and editorial features from the current issue. Join DBusiness on Tuesday, February 2 and enjoy a strolling breakfast hosted by RJ King, Editor of DBusiness and hear from local entrepreneur Jack Aronson. After selling his longtime business, Garden Fresh Gourmet in Ferndale, last June to Campbell Soup Co. for $231 million, Jack Aronson shares his story of launching two businesses, Great Fresh Foods and Clean Planet Proteins, both located in Clinton Township. 7:30-8:30 AM: Registration and strolling breakfast 8:30-9:30 AM: Jack Aronson

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