2016 Edition of Oakland County’s ‘PROSPER’ Magazine Hits Airports in Time for Holiday Travelers

PROSPER, the official county magazine spotlighting Oakland County as a business and quality of life destination, is now available at Detroit Metropolitan Airport and Flint’s Bishop International Airport in time to reach thousands of holiday travelers.

In its 10th year, the free full-color magazine tells Oakland County’s story through the people who make the county a preferred location to live, work, play and prosper. It features communities, education and businesses in its 104 pages, the largest the magazine has ever been. It includes a 16-page photo essay – “An Oakland County Gallery – One Special Place” – with custom images taken from various locations throughout the county.

The cover features Oakland University’s 151-foot-tall Elliott Tower, the focal point of the campus in Rochester Hills and Auburn Hills. Benefactors Hugh and Nancy Elliott gave $6.5 million for its design, construction and operation.

“This is a wonderful magazine is a snapshot of the moving train that is Oakland County,” Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson said. “PROSPER gives you the taste of the people and places that make up our county. Even long-time resident will learn things about the county they didn’t know.”

The magazine includes sections on talented county residents, entrepreneurs, downtowns, educational leaders, urban living and why international companies covet an Oakland County business address.

The magazine is funded by support from Oakland County communities, businesses and organizations. It is available in Oakland County public libraries, selected communities, schools, upscale hotels, luxury suites at The Palace of Auburn Hills and Michigan Department of Transportation welcome centers throughout the state and Cobo Center in Detroit. PROSPER was produced by Hour Media. A digital version is available at www.AdvantageOakland.com and www.OaklandCountyProsper.com.

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