Lions roll out a new "Power Hour," Is there an Auto bubble? And Michigan restaurant owners are optimistic
By Daily Detroit
- Detroit Lions fans will be able to get their drink and eats on for cheaper. The team and its hospitality partner announced new all-day value pricing at Ford Field for game days. - Is there a car bubble brewing? Our next guest says that rising subprime auto loans, rising interest rates and increasing prices for car parts add up to spell warning signs, to say nothing of President Trump’s proposed tariffs on imported cars. Sven Gustafson spoke with Joe Berish, an analyst with automotive consulting firm Oliver Wyman. - Justin Winslow, president and CEO of the Michigan Restaurant Association. He joined us by phone from his office in Lansing to discuss several issues and trends facing the restaurant industry. - According to Dan Austin’s Greetings from Detroit: Historic Postcards from the Motor City, On this date seven years ago the giant Garland Stove was destroyed by fire at the former Michigan State Fairgrounds.