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November 05, 1993 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-11-05

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CONIF•ILE0 13 'Y
!KIMBERLY LIF -TOIV

T_Too-Hoo International is not
1_La Halloween prank. It is a
century-old organization that
was founded in Arkansas. And
its purpose is to act as a cata-
lyst between all aspects of the
forest products industry while
serving as a unifying body cre-
ating goodwill among those who
work in the industry.
MANNY LITVIN, a retired
businessman in Farmington
Hills, was recently elected as
Snark of the Universe of Hoo-
Hoo, a fraternity of lumberman
with about 6,000 members in
the United States, Canada,
Australia and New Zealand.
Snark, by the way, is Hoo-
Hoo's version of president.

S

ANDRA HERMANOFF,
president of the public re-
lations firm which bears her
name, has earned the highest
honor bestowed upon public re-
lations professionals.

telemarketing and direct mail
campaign for Stop & Shop Com-
panies, Inc., of Qunicy, Mass.
The program, done in conjunc-
tion with Dialogue Marketing
of Southfield, also received the
Henry Hoke award for the most
courageous solution to a diffi-
cult sales problem.
ey all you fitness buffs.
One-One-One Athletic
Club is trying to catch up with
the competition. Included in
plans for a $2.5 million expan-
sion is a new name — The
Sports Club.
By next spring, the Sports
Club will include a 2,000-
square-foot cardiovascular cen-
ter, an outdoor swimimng
complex and new tennis courts.
NDY BRICKNER be-
li eves in protecting the en-
W
vironment. So the owner of Mail
Works Plus, Inc. of West Bloom-
field has opened a collection cen-
ter for those little puffs of plastic
foam that are used for packag-
ing.
IN BRIEF:
OUIS LEVY, a CPA of
Kwik Tax Inc., will host a
free tax seminar on Sunday at
7 p.m. at the Metro Music Cafe
in Farmington Hills.

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Rinke Cadillac invites you to experience how the
all new DeVille & DeVille Concours is creating a
higher standard of performance, comfort and safety.

TEST DRIVE THE CONCOURS TODAY!
CADILLAC

CREATING A HIGHER STANDARD

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7EFFREY DWOSICIN has

er joined Hermanoff & Asso-

ciates as graphics director.

Sandra Hermanoff
Ms. Hermanoff, has been
elected to the Public Relations
Society of America College of
Fellows. She joins 250 (54
named this year) members in
the United States who were
named by the Society's board of
directors.
Breast Cancer Awareness
Month, which takes place each
October, is now over. But own-
ers of the Workout Co., a Bloom-
field Hills-based aerobics studio,
hope women will not forget the
dangers of breast cancer.
Throughout the month, they
gave away T-shirts in exchange
for donations to breast cancer
causes. The logo, created by
Franklin public relations pro-
fessional, Karen Couf, reads:
"Don't Be A Boob: Get
Checked."

TAN/S S. ROSEMAN-
KAUFMAN. PRINT PRO-
DUCTIONS of Royal Oak
recently won the 1993 Direct
Marketing Association Inter-
national Echo Award for Cre-
ative Distinction and Print
Production.
The company won the award
in the retailing category for a

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Jeffrey Dwoskin
DA VID SCHWARTZ has
been named state business
development officer for the
Money Store Investment Corp.,
a leading small business lender.
AIL GOTTHELF, execu-
tive director of the Macki-
naw Area Tourist Bureau, has
been elected to a three-year
term on the West Michigan
Tourist Association board of di-
rectors.

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