Detroit business run by kids gets makeover, lands first big corporate client
DETROIT – The boys and young men who started Quarter Quts lawn service in Detroit saw their headquarters broken into three times in the last five years.
The last time, thieves took everything. But with the help of mentors and donors, Quarter Quts is back up and running.
Guardian Alarm promised to alarm the headquarters on East Seven Mile. Fifteen Guardian Alarm staffers spent all day doing an extreme makeover on the property — cleaning, painting, patching and turning the space into a hub for the boys not just to store their equipment but to attend classes in business development.
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“We put in a lot of work to refresh the place,” said Guardian Alarm’s Jason Tague. “To create more awareness in the community that this is a place for children, a safe…