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On November 11, 1918 at 11:11 AM the guns fell silent between the millions of armed men along the 800 mile-long Western Front. Literally up until that minute on many stretches of the front line, men fought and died. On November 11, 2012 a small group of Belgians and Americans commemorated the sacrifice of these young men.
Through the kind generosity of Gazette van Detroit supporters Dimitri Hoegaerts and Ellen Samyn, the Gazette van Detroit participated in this ceremony. The wreath above was donated by Mr. Hoegaerts and Ms. Samyn to …
You would expect a young Belgian-American entrepreneur to be enterprising and successful. But in Metro Detroit, in the current economic climate, it still comes as a shock to hear someone say, “My business doubles every month.”
Philip Casteleyn, the CEO/owner of Master Corporate Cleaning LLC, located in Brighton, is making that bold statement. The ball started rolling when he bid on a contract with a tier-one supplier to the auto industry last fall, and won. He aims to make Crain’s “20 in their 20s” list of high-profile entrepreneurs in Southeast Michigan.
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