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February 10, 1989 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-10

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STONE, AUGUST, BAKER
PUBLIC RELATIONS has
received an award for its
marketing campaign for
Homearama '88, the
showcase of new homes held
last spring and summer in
the Detroit metropolitan
area. Stone, August, Baker's
presentation was selected
from among 1,200 entries na-
tion wide, in 32 categories, to
receive a Silver MIRM Award
from the Institute of Residen-
tial Marketing.

ALAN TEITEL, chairman of
the board of leitel Brokerage,
Inc., a manufacturers
representative and food
brokerage firm in Bloomfield
Hills, has been appointed
Regional Vice President of
the National Association of
General Merchandise Repre-
sentatives.

Retailer Hosts
Clothing Drive

Ron Elkus, a Southfield
retailer, is hosting a clothing
drive this month to collect
shirts, sweaters and ties for
needy people residing in
southeastern Michigan.
Elkus, president of The
Shirt Box, also will provide
financial breaks during the
drive to shoppers who donate
clothing items. "People real-
ly do want to donate clothing
to help the needy, but if we
take it an extra step and-
provide something for the
customer, the amount of
clothing we collect will in-
crease."
This isn't Elkus' first at-
tempt at clothing drives. But
this year he has expanded it
to include sweaters.
All clothing collected will
be donated to the Metro-
politan Youth Foundation and
the Salvation Army. For more
information, contact The
Shirt Box at 352-1080.

Southfield's
Expo '89

The first business-to-
business exposition for the
Southfield community wil be
sponsored by the Southfield
Chamber of Commerce and
the City of Southfield on
March 1-2 at the Southfield
Civic Center.
Southfield Expo '89 will
showcase the diversity of
businesses located in
Southfield.
Program organizers say the
Expo is a means of maintain-
ing Southfield's commercial
and industrial taxpayers
while promoting further
development of the city's com-
mercial and industrial base.

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