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July 01, 1994 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-07-01

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JOEL TAUBER, president of

Tauber Enterprises in South-
field, was named the "Socially
Responsible Entrepreneur of the
Year" at Michigan's Entrepre-
neur of the Year awards banquet
at the Ritz-Carlton in Dearborn.
The other candidates were Nor-
man Byrne, president of Byrne
Electrical Specialists in Rock-
ford, and Stuart Ray, president
of West Michigan Burger King
Franchise in Grand Rapids.
In the past two years as na-
tional chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal (UJA), Mr.
Tauber helped raise funds to
bring 600.000 Jews from the for-
mer Soviet Union to Israel and
the United States and 14,000
Jews from Ethiopia and other
countries to Israel. Now that his
term as chairman has ended, Mr.
Tauber is president of the UJA.
A former president of the Jew-
ish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit, Mr. Tauber currently
serves on the board of directors.
The Bloomfield Hills resident
has run three manufacturing
companies since 1986: Keywell
Corp., Key Plastic Inc. and Key
Manufacturing Group. Keywell
is a scrap-medal business with
285 employees, Key Plastic has
1,260 employees, and Key Man-
ufacturing Group has 130 em-
ployees and produces fasteners.
Annual sales of the three firms
have risen from $16 million in
1986 to $500 million last year.

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mercials, film and video
productions and non-network
television programming.
I. BURT MEISEL of South-
field was one of 100 speakers
who addressed Million Dollar
Round Table (MDRT) members
at their annual meeting in Dal-
las last month. Mr. Meisel, a 24-
year Round Table member,
discussed "Seven Sales Ideas."
Only the top 6 percent of all
life-insurance producers in the
world qualify for MDRT mem-
bership because of the group's
strict ethical and production re-
quirements. The nearly 19,000
members represent 450 insur-
ance companies in more than 44
nations and territories.
JEFF BRAZIN has joined
Stone, August, Baker Commu-
nications Companies in Troy as
assistant account executive. Mr.
Brazin, who will work on the Au-
toworks account, was a sales as-
sistant at MMT, a television rep
firm, prior to being employed as
an intern at Stone, Baker, Au-
gust.

Herbert Hoffman

HERBERT HOFFMAN of
Troy has been elected a partner
in BDO Seidman's Detroit office.

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Victor Hurwitz

VICTOR HURWITZ, presi-
dent of Advance Video Inc., in
Southfield, has received a na-
tional Telly Award in the cate-
gory of corporate videos costing
under $10,000. The video, "On
the Cutting Edge of Technology,"
was produced and directed by
Mr. Hurwitz for Laser Special-
ists Inc., a Fraser-based auto-
mobile supplier.
The Telly Awards, founded in
1980 and based in Cincinnati,

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