Consider a city that is a world famous industrial center and the site of a multi-million-dollar commercial development, and at the same time is one of America's leading tourist attractions, a college town, and the kind of residential community that wins accolades for cleanliness and public services.
This is Dearborn, Michigan - a city with a rich heritage and the promise of an even brighter future, a place of exciting contrasts, unlimited opportunity, and strong family values.
Whether you're considering locating a business in Dearborn, or coming here to live, you'll find everything you need to sustain a company or a family.
Dearborn is perhaps best known as the location of Ford Motor Company's World Headquarters, the hub of a industrial empire founded in 1903 by Henry Ford.
In it's earlier years, Dearborn was considered the "company town" of Ford Motor Company. Located in Dearborn is the Ford Rouge Plant, one of the world's largest and most comprehensive production facilities.
During the second world war, over 98,000 people were employed at the Rouge Plant producing for the war effort around the clock. Since that time, Dearborn's business community has changed.
Today, Dearborn's status as one of America's prime tourist and convention centers is enhanced by it's being a major hub of commerce and industry in southeastern Michigan.
The Beginning of the Tour
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