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May 06, 1989 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-06

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A SPECIAL ADVERTISING PHOTOSTORY SERIES
FEATURING OUTSTANDING BUSINESSES AND BUSINESS PEOPLE

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IN THIS ISSUE THE SPOTLIGHT IS ON

THE BLIND SPOT

When it comes to blinds or window treatments, The
Blind Spot in the Harvard Row Mall in Southfield has
it all. Says Kerry Grushoff, owner of The Blind Spot, "Why
do people settle for plain draperies when a brand new
window treatment would be more practical and better
looking?"

Kerry's merchandise is unsurpassed in quality. His many
styles of custom window treatments such as mini and
vertical blinds, pleated shades, wood blinds, and
woven woods are guaranteed to enhance any home
from the most contemporary to the traditionally classic.
"Everyone is changing from conventional draperies into
exciting and durable vertical blinds," states Kerry.

70% off the manufacturer's suggested retail price!
Of course others offer discounts, but nowhere else can
you find such a variety of styles and fabrics to choose
from. "Yes, up to 70% off; plus there is no charge for
in-home estimates and most installations are free," says
Kerry. The Blind Spot also boasts an impressive
showroom with a sizeable selection of blinds available
for sale. Hundreds of window treatments are on display
and available for immediate purchase. If they do not
have exactly what you are looking for, they will custom
make blinds from your choice of color, fabric, or even
wallpaper!

If you are in the market for blinds, or just want to take
a look at the many styles of window treatments, why not
stop in at The Blind Spot. "We try very hard to make
sure that the customer is happy with what they
choose, and we make sure that the job is done
right:'

Kerry will personally come out to your home to show
what dramatic effects window treatments from The
Blind Spot will do for your home.

Kerry's staff is led by Brett Watson, sales manager in
charge of customer design. He has an extensive
background not only in design but unique installations
as well which enables him to assist the customer in
selecting and coordinating proper textures, fabrics and
colors. "I hand pick my salespeople," Kerry explains,
"then Brett and I educate them in every facet of window
treatment. When we finish they know the variety,
versatility, and quality of our products. This allows them
to take pride in giving the customer the best deal on
the perfect window treatment."

At The Blind Spot they offer rates which are 50% to

Come in today and see what window treatments
from The Blind Spot will do for your home.

The Blind Spot is located in the Harvard Row Mall at
the corner of Eleven Mile and Lahser, in Southfield.
If you have any questions regarding window treatments
call 352-8622. Kerry and his staff will be more than
happy to help.

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