Suit Depot, Captain Jay’s and Life Skills Village Open in Oak Park

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(City of Oak Park, March 27, 2016)
Oak Park, MI – We are excited to welcome three new businesses to our City in one week, Suit Depot, Captain Jay’s, and Life Skills Village.

The Suit Depot

Suit Depot located in Lincoln Center on Greenfield is dedicated to discount designer menswear, great prices (40-80% below retail) and high-end service. Owner Marty Babayov is an entrepreneur who began his first business venture at the age of seven, buying chocolate bars at the nearby market and selling them at school for profit. His entrepreneur SaharaNEW02skills expanded into purchasing clearance merchandise at local discount stores and listing them on eBay.  Investing with the wholesale merchandise profits, he quickly grew out of his family’s basement and into his first warehouse venture. Today, he touts a $2-million enterprise with a strong e-commerce presence offering designer name fashions such as Calvin Klein, Hugo Boss, Alfani RED, Giorgio Armani, Elie Tahari, and Ralph Lauren. For more information, visit The Suit Depot.

Captain Jay’s Fish & Chicken

Captain Jay’s Fish & Chicken opened their 22nd local fried fish and chicken market on Nine Mile Road east of Coolidge. Captain Jay’s does not want to be known as a fast-food chain, but rather a one-stop shop whereby patrons can not only pick up their family’s meal, but they can shop for convenience items, as well.  A very large crowd was lined up around the building to receive a free meal and try their tasty food. For more information, visit Captain Jay’s Fish & Chicken.ChamberAd_02

Life Skills Village

Life Skills Village opened an 11,000 square-foot facility designed to provide individuals with brain injury an opportunity to redevelop social and living skills in a facility that replicates outside world experiences. The facility is located at 25900 Greenfield Road. “From creating an inviting space that promotes socialization to organizing a micro-business incubator for clients to offering extracurricular social programs and therapies – the new Life Skills Village Center for Brain Injury Rehabilitation is designed to accelerate and intensify neuro rehab and recovery,” said Founder and CEO Dr. Bryan Weinstein, in a recent Oakland Press article. “Our goal is to help our patients get back to their lives again.” For more information, visit Life Skills Village.

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