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March 16, 1990 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-16

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I BUSINESS

Bagelmania

Continued from preceding page

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son Plaza, that's getting the
most attention from com-
pany's officials, Steinik said.
Plans call for the store to be
fully renovated within the
next year, including construc-
tion of a full-service deli
similar to deli counters in the
company's other locations.
The renovation comes after
completion of the 1-696
freeway and what Steinik
hopes will be "a revitalization
of that area."
Goldsmith also thinks the
new freeway could bring more
east-siders to his stores, but
said it's still too early to tell
if the construction has had a
positive or negative effect on
sales. "Most of our stores are
fairly centrally located and
have good access from the
freeway, so there's that
possibility (for new business),"
Detroit's bagel kings says
recent California style bagels
or toppings will not hit the
area any time soon.
Both Steinik and Gold-
smith say the traditional
plain, onion and egg bagels
remain at the top of most peo-
ple's favorite lists.
"If there's been a change,
it's that the raisin bagel is
moving up (in popularity),
especially in our stores in
non-Jewish areas," Goldsmith
said.
"We've toyed with the idea
of putting out an oat bran
bagel but right now we just
don't have the counter space,"
Goldsmith added. "Besides,
by the time it came out, they
(the health community)
would probably be saying rice,
or something else, is better."
For New York Bagel, Sun-
day remains the top sales day.
For Detroit Bagel, Tuesday
Bagel Nights (15 bagels for $2
instead of the regular $3.50
per dozen) have taken the
lead. Tuesday sales beats
every other day by a 2-1
margin.
"Today, you've got a very
coupon-conscious customer
out there," Steinik said. "Peo-
ple are always looking for a
bargain."
Both companies are heavy
into the wholesale end of the
bagel business and offer
special deals to charitable
and civic groups.
New York Bagel supplies a
large number of area grocery
stores, fruit markets and
bakeries with fresh-baked
product. He said wholesale is
one of the main "growth
areas" of the business. ❑

SEYMOUR WEISSMAN,
local businessman,
HAROLD DUBROWSKY,
managing partner of Grant
Thornton, and ISADORE
GOLDBAUM of Goldbaum,
Gattorn and Stancato, have

been named directors for
Madison National Bank.

BETTY LOWENTHAL of
West Bloomfield has been
named partner in the law
firm of Buesser, Buesser,
Blank, Lynch, Fryhoff and
Graham.
SHERYL AUGUST recently
joined The Beaumont Foun-
dation, a division of Beau-
mont Hospital, as telethon
specialist for the Children's
Miracle Network.

JEFF FISH was recently
promoted to senior producer
of promotion at WDIV-TV,
Channel 4.

JACK ZWICK, managing
partner for Laventhol and
Horwath, will address the
issue, "So you want to put
your company public" at a
noon luncheon sponsored by
the Jewish Entrepreneurs of
Michigan on March 20 at the
Berkshire Hotel in
Southfield.

LISA JOY LAMPE RICH,
CPA, CA, has, been promoted
to associate at Plante and
Moran.

MYRNA PARTRICH,
owner of the Workout Co. ex-
ercise studio and professional
fitness consultant, has been
appointed to the President's
Council on Physical Fitness
and Sports.

RICHARD BRODER has
been promoted to execu-
tive vice president for the
FarbmanlStein Management
Company.

MASON, STEINHARDT
AND JACOBS, P.C. has
changed its name to Mason,
Steinhardt, Jacobs and
Perlman, P.C. and Jonathan
B. Frank has become
associated with the
Southfield firm.

RENEE KRICKSTEIN has
joined the D and F Group,
Ltd., as the director of client
services. D and F is an inter-
national marketing and
financial consulting company.

ELISA SILVERMAN has
joined Kaplan, Heyman,
Greenberg, Engelman and
Belgrad, P.A. in Baltimore.

-

ARCHITECT GEORGE
ERDSTEIN has joined the
firm of Bryce and Palazzola
Architects and Associates,
Inc., which now becomes Erd-
stein, Bryce and Palazzola Ar-
chitects and Planners, Inc., in
West Bloomfield.

WILLIAM EISENBERG
has been named president

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