Everyone wants to drive hunger out of Michigan, so why not drive it out over newly paved roads and solid bridges?
Last year the American Society of Civil Engineers rated Michigan state roads a D-. Michigan’s food bank network drivers rely on state roads and cover an estimated 2 million miles each year to deliver more than 200 million pounds of food to nearly 3,000 local pantries.
Join Dr. Phil Knight, Gerry Brisson, and Rob Fowler, the CEO of the Small Business Association of Michigan, as they discuss how to address Michigan’s crumbling roads, the impacts of minimum wage increases, and Launch Michigan. The issues Michigan faces are complex, so dig in and let’s find solutions that work for all Michiganders.