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September 16, 1994 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-09-16

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THE 1994 VERSION of the En-
trepreneur's Guide to Business
Planning handbook has been re-
leased by Gordon & Company cer-
tified public accountants and
management consultants.
The 32-page document is
designed to assist business own-
ers who are seeking funding from
external sources or trying to
manage their firms more prof-
To receive a copy of the booklet
at no cost or obligation, a request
should be submitted on company
letterhead to Gordon & Compa-
ny P.C., 1301 West Long Lake
Road, Suite 200, Troy, MI 48098.
A copy also can be requested by
calling Mary Kline-Cueter, the di-
rector of entrepreneurial services
for Gordon & Company, at (810)

Group is on the move. The com-
pany's offices, showroom and
warehouse are now situated in
a more than 21,000-square-foot,
state-of-the-art renovated facili-
ty at 21470 Coolidge in Oak Park,
one block south of their former lo-
cation in the city.
"This year, we have changed
our company's name to reflect our
larger scope of services, increased
our sales by 20 percent over last
year, and now expanded our fa-
cilities," said Bradley chief exec-
utive officer Hal Schwartz.
In 10 years, Bradley has
evolved from a one-person firm to
one which has 30 employees. It
offers promotional products,
recognition awards and corporate
identity programs.

for members and prospective
members of the American-Israel
Chamber of Commerce of Michi-
gan will be held from 5:30-7:30
p.m. Sept. 29 at the law offices of
Miller, Canfield, Paddock and
Stone in Detroit.
Joseph Scott, manager of sales
and marketing at Deco Grand,
will be the guest speaker. He will
discuss his experiences while forg-
ing business relationships be-
tween several Israeli companies
and General Motors.
For further information about
the reception, call the chamber at
(810) 661-1948 or new chamber
president Michael Traison at
(313) 496-7657.

ADVICE on how to handle dif-
ficult tenants will be offered at

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two Sept. 27 seminars sponsored
by the Apartment Association of
Michigan (AAM).
Professional speaker Joyce
Weiss of Joyce Weiss Associates
in West Bloomfield will conduct
the 8-11:30 a.m. and 12:30-4 p.m.
workshops at the Northfield
Hilton in Troy.
For registration information,
call AAM at (810) 737-4477.

Southfield has won the contract
to create a campaign that will
publicize the remodeling of the
Emergency Center at Macomb
Hospital Center in Warren.
Newspaper, outdoor, direct
mail and radio advertising and
promotional materials will be pre-
pared by Mars. All will provide
information on the remodeling
and the fact that emergency ser-
OWNER-BUILDER contracts vices will not be affected by the
will be the subject of a Sept. 28 project.
seminar sponsored by the
Construction is scheduled to be
Builders Association of South- completed by late January. Mars
eastern Michigan (BASM).
will coordinate the planning of a
Jack Waller, president of NCI public open house in the spring.
Associates in Madison Heights,
will conduct the 9 a.m. to noon THE LATEST in business tech-
workshop at the BASM head- nology will be on display Oct. 6-8
quarters in Farmington Hills. For at Cobo Center in Michigan's first
registration information, call Office Tech/Computer Expo.
BASM at (810) 737-4477.
In addition to the more than
100 exhibitors who will promote
HOMEOWNERS interested in their products, there will be edu-
contracting major home remod- cational seminars.
Expo hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
eling projects are invited to attend
seminars offered through contin- Oct. 6-7 and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct.
uing education programs in Birm- 8. For tickets or for further infor-
ingham, Farmington Hills, mation, call Cindy Hunter at
Huntington Woods, Novi and (810) 643-3317.
West Bloomfield.
Neil Chapin of Alliance Con- THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE
struction Services will conduct the award at Homearama 1994 went
seminars, which will run from to "The Georgetown," a traditional
Sept. 20 through Oct. 25. For en- ranch with a walk-out basement
rollment information, call Mr. built by Tanck Carpentry of Novi.
"The Mackinac," a Victorian
Chapin at (810) 399-1204.
two-story home by McGrath Con-
struction of Commerce Township,
FRANKLIN BANK once again took second place. Fireside Homes
is the sponsOr of the Our Town of White Lake Township captured
Art Exhibition and Sale, an an- third place with its country-style
nual fund-raiser for the Commu- "The Hearthside."
nity House in Birmingham.
Some 32 percent of the People's
The largest juried art exhibit Choice voters said they planned
for Michigan artists in the state, to purchase a new home in the
Our Town will be held Oct. 19-23 next 12 months. Homeowners
at the Community House. This is made up 88 percent of the voters.
the third consecutive time that The other 12 percent were
Franklin Bank has been the spon- renters.
sor of the nine-year-old event.
Homearama 1994 will contin-
Allen Rubiner, gallery owner ue through Sunday in the Brent-
and art dealer, will be the juror. wood Subdivision on Cooley Lake
He will choose approximately 300 Road just west of Bogey Lake
winners. In addition, Franklin Road in White Lake Township.
Bank will award a sponsor's prize Hours are noon to 10:30 p.m..
for the first time.
Franklin Bank also is spon- WINNERS and losers were
soring an accompanying Student crowned in the second annual
Art Exhibition. The Southfield- Corporate Macker 3-on-3 basket-
based bank will provide a com- ball competition held last month
memorative gift for all at Oakland University in con-
participating students and prizes junction with the Gus Macker
for the winners.
A sampling of the students'
Twenty-six business teams
work will be on display in the lob- participated in the Corporate
by of Franklin Bank's Birming- Macker. Earning "coveted" Toilet
ham branch from Oct. 14-23.
Bowl awards for being the

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