Otus Supply Presents “Gimmie Shelter,” a Benefit Dinner Concert For South Oakland Shelter

On January 10, 2018, Ferndale based eatery & music venue Otus Supply kicks off it’s 1-year Anniversary with a weeklong celebration including a spirited dinner and concert titled “Gimme Shelter” to benefit South Oakland Shelter (SOS). The concert will feature Dave Simonett from Trampled By Turtles, and a portion of event proceeds will benefit homeless men, women, and children who receive care and assistance at SOS.

This spirited benefit includes a four course dinner from award winning “Best Chef” Myles McVay, wine pairings, and an intimate concert in the Parliament Room with Dave Simonett from Trampled By Turtles. This launches an ongoing campaign with SOS that enables guests to make a donation with every ticket purchase.

$100 ticket includes four course dinner, dessert, wine pairings, and concert ticket.

Ticket link: https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1601209

“We at Otus Supply believe SOS provides an amazing service for folks in need! We recognize their ability to help people find shelter and provide long-term stability. Music builds community and we are excited to give our guests the opportunity to celebrate the music they love and give back,” says Thom Bloom, Owner at Otus Supply.

“We are thrilled that our friends at Otus Supply have decided to use their anniversary celebration as an opportunity to engage their community in such an important charitable purpose,” said Ryan Hertz, CEO at SOS.


About Otus Supply
Opened in December of 2016, Otus Supply is the culmination of visionaries Thom Bloom, Tiny Myrick, Myles McVay, and Ian Redmond’s life’s work. Otus Supply welcomes you to come as you are, break bread, and enjoy a Spirited Gathering with people who love food, music, and beer. Within these walls you will discover meals born from ingredients from everywhere the Owl flies – combined with their passion for music, art, and libations. Help them celebrate the foundation of Detroit – where many cultures gathered and shared a common goal of progress. Otus Supply focuses on craftsmanship, quality, and an ambient atmosphere designed to foster inclusivity. Visit otussupply.com.

About South Oakland Shelter (SOS)
Serving our community for over 30 years, SOS has evolved into a local homeless service expert. SOS’s focus on housing as the primary solution to homelessness has strengthened our impact throughout our region. SOS implements housing-first programming, operates a rotating shelter, and provides various supportive services that move people from homelessness to long-term stability. Learn more at www.southoaklandshelter.org.

Otus Supply Presents “Gimme Shelter” a Benefit Dinner Concert for SOS Featuring Dave Simonett from Trampled by Turtles

On January 10, 2018, Ferndale based eatery & music venue Otus Supply kicks off it’s 1-year Anniversary with a weeklong celebration including a spirited dinner and concert titled “Gimme Shelter” to benefit South Oakland Shelter (SOS). The concert will feature Dave Simonett from Trampled By Turtles, and a portion of event proceeds will benefit homeless men, women, and children who receive care and assistance at SOS.

This spirited benefit includes a four course dinner from award winning “Best Chef” Myles McVay, wine pairings, and an intimate concert in the Parliament Room with Dave Simonett from Trampled By Turtles. This launches an ongoing campaign with SOS that enables guests to make a donation with every ticket purchase.

$100 ticket includes four course dinner, dessert, wine pairings, and concert ticket.

Ticket link.

“We at Otus Supply believe SOS provides an amazing service for folks in need! We recognize their ability to help people find shelter and provide long-term stability. Music builds community and we are excited to give our guests the opportunity to celebrate the music they love and give back,” says Thom Bloom, Owner at Otus Supply.

“We are thrilled that our friends at Otus Supply have decided to use their anniversary celebration as an opportunity to engage their community in such an important charitable purpose,” said Ryan Hertz, CEO at SOS.


About Otus Supply
Opened in December of 2016, Otus Supply is the culmination of visionaries Thom Bloom, Tiny Myrick, Myles McVay, and Ian Redmond’s life’s work. Otus Supply welcomes you to come as you are, break bread, and enjoy a Spirited Gathering with people who love food, music, and beer. Within these walls you will discover meals born from ingredients from everywhere the Owl flies – combined with their passion for music, art, and libations. Help them celebrate the foundation of Detroit – where many cultures gathered and shared a common goal of progress. Otus Supply focuses on craftsmanship, quality, and an ambient atmosphere designed to foster inclusivity. Visit otussupply.com.

About South Oakland Shelter (SOS)
Serving our community for over 30 years, SOS has evolved into a local homeless service expert. SOS’s focus on housing as the primary solution to homelessness has strengthened our impact throughout our region. SOS implements housing-first programming, operates a rotating shelter, and provides various supportive services that move people from homelessness to long-term stability. Learn more at www.southoaklandshelter.org.

Music Under The Stars: The Beat Club

Thursday, August 11, 2016, 7:30 p.m.
The Beat Club
(America’s Finest Beatles Tribute Band)
Dunworth Pool Deck
Levagood Park
“Twist and Splash Concert”

http://dearbornfordcenter.com/images/schedules/music16.pdf

Music Under the Stars: The Phoenix Theory

Thursday, August 25, 2016, 7:30 p.m.
The Phoenix Theory
Dearborn Hills Golf Course

http://dearbornfordcenter.com/images/schedules/music16.pdf

Bad Boys of Motown, featuring The Contours

Bad Boys of Motown, featuring The Contours

Saturday, April 2 at 8 p.m.

http://www.dearborntheater.com/whats-on/1-whats-on/10003237-the-bad-boys-of-motown

Goodwill’s Rock for Jobs Brings Together Detroit Rock Legends to Put Metro Detroiters Back to Work

Alto Reed, Mitch Ryder, Mark Farner Set To “Rock For Jobs”

DETROIT – Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit announced today details of the Rock for Jobs concert, presented by the Detroit Lions and WOMC, scheduled for Friday, Nov. 23, 2012 at The Fillmore Detroit. Led by legendary saxman Alto Reed, the event will feature Alto Reed’s AllStars with special guests rock n’ roll icon Mitch Ryder and former Grand Funk Railroad frontman Mark Farner.

Proceeds from the event will support Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit programs that help unemployed Metro Detroiters earn jobs.

The concert also includes performances by Detroit Music Award winning singer/songwriter Jill Jack, R&B artist Michael Brock and local rock band The Electric Playground. 104.3 WOMC on-air personality, Jim “JJ” Johnson will serve as the event emcee.

Tickets start at $10 and are available through Live Nation www.livenation.com. Gold Main Floor Reserved premium seating is available. The Fillmore Detroit is located at 2115 Woodward Avenue, next to The Fox in the heart of the theatre district. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. with the concert beginning at 7:00 p.m. Rock for Jobs is presented by The Detroit Lions and WOMC, with generous support provided by Comcast, Happy’s Pizza, Motor City Casino, Whoop Ass Can Company and Zumu.Co.

“Events like this help Goodwill provide job training, education and placement and put our friends and neighbors back to work,” said Lorna Utley, president and CEO of Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit.

Goodwill Industries is the only organization in Southeast Michigan solely dedicated to helping local individuals overcome employment challenges.

“This concert is about gathering musicians rooted in Detroit history together to give back and use the power of music to make an impact and create jobs,” said Alto Reed.

The Detroit Lions’ support for the Rock for Jobs concert is an extension of their entirely new community and philanthropic initiative, Living for the City which supports organizations that pursue integrated approaches to community health, wellness and development, including aligned workforce opportunities.

“As part of our Living for the City community outreach initiative, the Detroit Lions organization believes workforce development is critical to the success and growth of Metro Detroit. Our participation in Rock for Jobs is way to honor Detroit’s rich musical heritage while tackling a critical issue in our region – unemployment,” said Robert Wooley, Director of Community Relations, Detroit Lions.

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About Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit

Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit is the only organization in Southeast Michigan solely dedicated to helping local individuals overcome challenges and secure employment. In just the past two years of the organization’s rich history, Goodwill Industries has placed more than 2,400 Wayne, Oakland and Macomb county individuals into new jobs and provided job training, education and placement services to more than 39,000 individuals in the region. Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit has been helping Metro Detroiters become Trained, Trusted and Ready to Work for more than 90 years. For information, visit http://www.goodwilldetroit.org.