LANSING, Mich., January 21, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Comerica Bank has just become just the 11th Gold-Level Veteran-Friendly Employer certified in Michigan for its extensive efforts to recruit, train and retain military veterans, the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency (MVAA) announced today.
First Down Program partnership with Detroit Lions helps nonprofit empower youth in metro Detroit
DETROIT, December 31, 2019 /3BL Media/ - One of the most successful nonprofit programs in metro Detroit that helps empower youths received a generous boost from Comerica Bank through its partnership with the Detroit Lions.
Records set for most pounds shredded and meals provided
DALLAS, December 30, 2019, /3BL Media/ – Comerica’s signature Shred Day community event experienced a banner year in 2019. The event, designed to help local communities securely shred and recycle sensitive documents for free, saw record numbers for pounds shredded and number of meals collected to aid local food pantries.
Comerica Bank surprised 22 Dallas-area high school students from the Project Still I Rise Urban Scholars Program with technology packs at their holiday community service project on Thursday evening. The students decorated Buckeye Commons Head Start, a school where they often serve, and later were presented with personal laptops and accompanying accessories (bag and mouse) and service plans as a reward for their hard work and dedication in the classroom and community.
DALLAS - Comerica Bank capped off the 2019 season of its national Women’s Business Symposium in Dallas/Fort Worth. More than 600 women in business from across North Texas joined for an afternoon of empowering conversations, learning and networking.
Highlighting the event was a lineup of powerful speakers and entrepreneurs that included Crystal Washington, Samantha Ettus and Girls Who Code Founder and CEO Reshma Saujani.
Hundreds of women in business joined Comerica Bank for our national Women’s Business Symposium stop in Houston. The event, designed to provide opportunities for women business leaders to Learn, Connect & Grow, featured key messages from powerful speakers. Crystal Washington, AmyK Hutchens and New York Times best-selling author and Founder and CEO of Girls Who Code, Reshma Saujani, highlighted the event.