City of Troy celebrates its birthday with movies
The City of Troy is turning 60. To celebrate the occasion, the city is throwing a party: a movie party for its own businesses. Fifteen businesses on Maple Road are being featured in a documentary series called “15 for Fifteen.” The short documentaries celebrate Troy, share community stories, and highlight local businesses. You can view the first video at the bottom of this article.The series premiered on February 4 featuring the new MJR Grand Digital Cinema, on the southeast corner of Maple Road and Livernois – the former Kmart site. A new video will be posted at 15forFifteen.com every Wednesday for the next 15 weeks.In addition to the MJR, the local businesses featured in the order of their air dates are MJR Troy Grand Cinema 16, Troy Maple Plaza, Troy Gymnastics, United Shore Financial Services, Bon Terra Salon, Media Genesis, Red Wagon Wine Shoppe, Copeland-Gibson, Renee’s Gourmet Pizzeria, The Suburban Collection, Priya Restaurant, Troy Auto Glass, Judy Frankel Antiques, Maple Leaf Restaurant and the Troy Transit Center.The firms will also play on the city’s cable channel WTRY - WOW/10 and Comcast/17 over the next few months.[vimeo 118596824 w=500 h=281]MJR Grand Digital Cinema 16 from Troy Michigan on Vimeo.