The role of young deroiters in the city’s revival

Will-2Will Leather Good Detroit host “COFFEE & CONVERSATION” featuring Aaron Foley on the role of young Detroiters in the city’s revival.

Will Leather Goods, located in the bustling Midtown District in Detroit, invites the public to connect and collaborate at its upcoming “Coffee & Conversation” event featuring Aaron Foley.  An award-winning journalist, Foley will lead an interactive discussion on how millennials who live, work and play in Detroit can do their part to ensure the city is welcoming, inclusive and thriving.

 Foley is the editor of BLAC Detroit Magazine and also the author of “How to Live in Detroit Without Being a Jackass”, a social guidebook for both old and new Detroit residents. He has appeared on national and local TV and radio and has also been a contributor to Reuters, Foreign Policy, The Atlantic, the Detroit Free Press, Metro Times, CNN, Forbes, Ebony, Bridge Michigan, Belt Magazine and others.

Coffee & Conversation with Aaron Foley will be held at Will Leather Goods on 4120 Second Ave. in Detroit on Friday, August 5, 2016 from 8:00 – 10:00 a.m.

 The event is FREE. Attendees will enjoy a complimentary cup of Will’s Special Blend Coffee and an opportunity to network with host Aaron Foley.                 

Will Leather Goods is a family owned company that creates innovative leather goods rooted in the past, designed for the present and built for the future. A leather craftsman for 35 years, founder and creator and native Detroiter Will Adler travels the globe to work with worldwide artisans, sourcing materials and producing unexpectedly classic product. In fall 2015, Will Leather Goods opened its “legacy store” in Midtown Detroit. Today, there are eight Will Leather goods retail stores in the U.S., a growing e-commerce website and over 300 retailers across the world carrying products supported by a 100 percent lifetime guarantee. Through its Give Will initiative, the company gives back by donating backpacks to underfunded elementary schools across America while mentoring children to follow their dreams. For more information, visit

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