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December 05, 1975 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-05

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snturfp does it wrong agair•

You don't know how good it is
until you shop somewhere else.

Look at all the things Osmun's does wrong for the holidays.
While other stores seem to bring out truckloads of things to put on their shelves — some of which
are very fine, we'll admit — Osmun's brings out only their best. The clothes a man can wear proudly.
The clothes you can give proudly. And we're proud to say we bring out many of the finest values of the
year at this singular time of the year.
Does Osmun's hire dozens and dozens of extra salespeople to keep those lines moving and those
cash registers ringing? Yes and no. Osmun's hires lots of extra people, but not to sell, to keep all the
merchandise well-stocked and orderly. The salespeople who will help you at Osmun's now are the
same knowledgeable, well-trained salespeople who always help you at Osmun's.
Osmun's gives free gift boxes. But you don't have to take an elevator to the sub basement or walk
a twisted, congested path to the other side of the traffic jam to get them. Osmun's wants
you to have them.
You could say this about Osmun's: even now during the holiday shopping season, Osmun's is the
same fine men's store Osmun's always is. That may be different, but is it wrong?

The Osmunbudsman is open evenings 'til 9. Tel-Twelve Mall, Southfield/Tech-Plaza Centex Warren/Tel-Huron Center Pontiac
MeadowBrook Village Mall (Walton and Adams Roads), Rochester. Osmun's Charge, BankAmericard and Master Charge cards accepted. All stores open Sundays noon to 5 p.m.

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