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Gratiot Ave. at 12 Mile Road, Roseville, Michigan
off of 1-696"
"lust 25 minutes from the Birminghant/Bloomfield area
Call The Jewish News
GORMAN'S president Bernie
Moray has announced that three
of the retail furniture company's
five locations (Southfield, Troy
and Dearborn) will undergo ma-
jor renovations starting in mid-
May. Work is expected to be
completed by late summer.
A $5 million "renovation" sale
a major multinational corpora-
tion and operated his own man-
ufacturing company, currently is
executive management consul-
tant. He has been active in the
business world for 30 years.
For information on the work-
shop, contact Group Phoenix at
256 First St., Rochester, MI
48307, phone (810) 652-3985, fax
COMMUNITY BUSINESS re-
sources forums will be held Mon-
day, May 8, at the Troy Public
Library, and Monday, May 15, at
NAWBO/Excel! headquarters in
the Greater Detroit Chamber of
Commerce building in Detroit.
For information, call NAW-
BO/Excel!, (313) 961-4748. NAW-
BO/Excel!, funded in part by the
U.S. Small Business Adminis-
tration, is a service of the Greater
Detroit chapter of the National
Association of Women Business
AN INVESTMENT PLAN-
NING seminar will be held at
7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 9, at the
Radisson Plaza Hotel in the Pru-
dential Town Center in South-
First of Michigan Corporation
has begun at Gorman's Novi and
Grand Rapids locations in addi- and Fidelity Investments are
tion to the ones which will be re- combining to put on the free sem-
inar. Bruce Rockwell of First of
Michigan and Michael Jenkins of
INVESTAID, a wholesale non- Fidelity will be the speakers.
Seating is limited. For reser-
conforming mortgage lender, has
relocated its corporate head- vations, call Suzy, (800) 826-2039,
quarters to 30300 Telegraph, or Kathy, (800) 654-1443.
Suite 117, in Birmingham. The
move doubles the company's WORKSHOPS on government
working space from 5,000 to contract opportunities for hand-
icapped business owners are
10,000 square feet.
Investaid operates in Michi- offered by the Disability Corn-
gan, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Min- munity Small Business Develop-
ment Center of Ann. Arbor.
nesota and Kentucky.
Previous program attendees
DENNIS GREEN Advertising have secured $1.7 million in gov-
of Farmington Hills has added ernment contracts.
Sessions are scheduled for 8:30
the following clients to its roster:
Corporate Detroit magazine of a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Wednesday,
Detroit, the American Picture May 10, and Wednesday, June
Company of Portland, Ore., 21, in Lansing; Wednesday, June
American Therapeutic Massage 14, in Livonia; and Thursday,
of Farmington Hills, Family Built June 15, in Grand Rapids. Reg-
Construction & Credit of South- istration will be held at 8 a.m.
For information on the work-
field, ITEX-Detroit of Farming-
ton Hills and News USA of shops, call the Arm Arbor Center
for Independent Living, (313)
GROUP PHOENIX has devel-
oped a Small Business Planning HOMECOMING for the 1-03-
Workshop which teaches the con- year-old Detroit College of Law
cepts of long-term strategic plan- (DCL) is scheduled for Saturday,
ning. The workshop has been May 13, at the Radisson Plaza
designed as an evening or Sat- Hotel in the Prudential Town
urday morning session and lasts Center in Southfield.
Following a cash bar reception
Instructor David Marcum, who at 6 p.m., and dinner at 7 p.m.,
has served as an executive with a program featuring keynote