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February 11, 1994 - Image 37

Resource type:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-02-11

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Conference On
Israel Business


usiness and Employ-
ment Opportunities in
Israel" will be the focus
of an international pan-
el discussion via satellite for
individuals interested in work-
ing or living in Israel, 2 p.m.
Sunday, Feb. 27, at the Agency
for Jewish Education.
Sponsored locally by the
Michigan/Israel Connection
and the American Zionist
Movement, the two-way broad-
cast will include experts in
the fields of business, econom-
ics, employment and invest-
ment. Avraham Shochat,
Israel minister of finance, will
open the broadcast, which
will include Uri Gordan, di-
rector-general of the Jewish
Agency Aliyah (Immigration)
and Klita (Absorption) De-
partment. Viewers will be able
to ask questions of the pan-
elists via a live telelphone
The program will be moder-
ated by Michael Greenspan, a
former CNN correspondent
who hosts the "Jerusalem On-
Line" cable TV show, which
will rebroadcast the program
in the following weeks.
Individuals in more than a
dozen communities will par-
ticipate in the interactive
satellite panel discussion,
which is sponsored nationally
by the Israeli Aliyah Center
of the World Zionist Organi-
zation. ❑

"The Tea

.„„,ly from left: Dan Majewski, Lindsay Gross, Mark Bachaiov,

Diane Lokar, Eric D. King, Jeff Eisenshtadt

Top Guns!
The Cream of the Crop!
The Best there is!

That's what this mortgage banking team is all about. They live and breathe to
provide top-notch performance and unsurpassed customer service for their clients
and Realtors. Why? Because it's in their blood and they have a passion for what
they do. And what "they do" is with the best customer service and at the best
interest rates in town. So if you are purchasing a new home or refinancing
contact any one of "the Best of the Best" at Rock Financial.

!Al Rock


(8 10) 540-6666

30600 Telegraph Rd., Fourth Floor,
Bingham Farms, MI 48025

The Mortgage Bank

Over 1 Billion Closed in 1993

Rock Financial
is an lac, 500
fastest growing


nishings market and mounted
a sizable advertising campaign.
Mr. Sallan has a future vi-
sion for Futuristic, where com-
puters play an even greater
role to carve out a larger and
more specialized market niche.
He says when someone is
building a new home or re-
modeling a kitchen, the hard-
est part is to visualize what the
final job will look like. Again,
this is where technology can
lend a helping hand. "If you
can sit someone in a theater
setting or in front of a comput-
er and they can physically
walk through that kitchen and
open up doors ...via virtual re-
ality, you've now taken away
that fear factor."
Futuristic is also looking at
the integrated home of the fu-
ture. Its new home construc-
tion subsidiary is working on
developing so called computer-
run "smart houses."
"People in our industry are
looking at today. I don't want
to survive just for today. We've
already done the investment,
the research and development.
Now, we can grow from a sales
standpoint." ❑



Rock Financial is a Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac Approved Lender




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