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Kid Rock responds after Made in Detroit restaurant closing

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Kid Rock responds after Made in Detroit restaurant closing

Kid Rock responds after Made in Detroit restaurant closing

Kid Rock will not renew his licensing agreement for his Made in Detroit restaurant at Little Caesars Arena, according to a statement from Ilitch Holdings Wednesday.

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Kid Rock responds after Made in Detroit restaurant closing

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