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Detroit Pistons Honor Senator Debbie Stabenow during Women’s History Month

Senator Debbie Stabenow was honored by the Detroit Pistons.

DETROIT – The Detroit Pistons honored Senator Debbie Stabenow last Saturday night for her work on behalf of Michigan at their game during Women’s History Month. Vice Chairman Arn Tellem and Pistons legend and broadcaster Greg Kelser presented Senator Stabenow with a custom jersey with the number 1 to recognize her as the first woman senator from Michigan.

“What a fun night watching the Pistons! Thank you to Arn, Greg and the whole Pistons organization for this recognition. I’m so proud of the work they all do throughout the state and wish them the very best through the rest of the season. Go Pistons!” said Senator Stabenow.

During the game, Senator Stabenow joined George Blaha and Greg Kelser for a live interview on the Bally Sports Detroit broadcast.

In the game, Detroit Pistons lost in Little Caesars Arena vs Dallas Mavericks, with a score of 142 to 124.

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