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Jason Hall Quits Slow Roll, Talks About What's Next

Jason Hall is retiring – sort of. The co-founder of Detroit’s beloved Slow Roll is stepping down from his role as the public personality behind the city’s now-famous neighborhood bicycle ride. Slow Roll isn’t going away – and Jason isn’t going anywhere. He’s definitely staying in Detroit. But his role will change and his commitment to the city is going to grow in terms of what he can do for bicyclists and his hometown. For example, Jason is relaunching (RI)Detroit, Detroit’s weekend celeb...

PODCAST: Slow Roll! Monday Nights With Jason Hall and Kelsey Hubbell

[smart_track_player url=”http://traffic.libsyn.com/dailydetroithappyhour/DD-14-Happy_hour_Jason-Hall-Slow-Roll_mixdown.mp3″ background=”default” download=”true” social_gplus=”false” social_linkedin=”true” social_email=”true” twitter_username=”TheDailyDetroit” ] Detroit is best experienced by bike. Slow Roll has taken Detroit and some of the nation by storm – or, well, by bike. The ride that attracts 3,000-5,000 people per week and winds through Detroit’s neighborhoods and by our landmarks...

WATCH: "What Can Come From An Idea Is Awareness.. An Awareness That You Can Make Change"

Sure, this video is technically a commercial. But it’s also a well-produced look into the founding of Slow Roll, the iconic bike ride that originated here in Detroit. Sure, they’ve received a lot of press and placements, but it’s for a reason. Getting thousands of people out every week for a bike ride is actually an impressive feat. The nearly four minute piece produced by Kryptonite (the day they shot, members, by the way, got a bike light) touched on how for a long time the founders of the...

Live.Work.Detroit Looks To Showcase Detroit To College Grads; Slow Roll Co-Founder Jason Hall To Speak

The word about Detroit is getting out, and events like Live.Work.Detroit hope to get the word out even farther. The invitation is out to college students and recent graduates from around Michigan and beyond to come to this career networking event taking place on Friday, Feb. 27 from 2:00-8:00 p.m. at the Majestic Theater in Detroit. Founded in 2011, Live.Work.Detroit. is an Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) initiative designed to connect Michigan’s college graduates to Detroit j...

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