The grand opening of the new Nike Detroit Community Store took place earlier today, as the latest flagship is located in downtown’s historic F.W. Woolworth Co. building, at 1261 Woodward Avenue.
As with other Community Stores that have opened nationwide, the new space aims to hire at least 80 percent of its team from within a five-mile radius of the location, capture the spirit of the city with the store’s curated local design and product offerings, as well as to ensure that its retail associates have an opportunity to give back to the surrounding community.
It’s also worth noting that the Detroit Community Store will be the first to offer $40,000 in annual grants of $5,000 each to eight local non-profit groups via the the brand’s expand Community Impact Fund.
In total, Community Store teams across the nation will award $290,000 each year in their communities in partnership with CAF America and the Oregon Community Foundation.
If you’re in the area, head over to the new location now.
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