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first branch of the Relax the Back
store, which is scheduled to open
in Birmingham at the end of the
month. The store specializes in
ergonomic office chairs, home re-
cliners, massage chairs and bed-
We rarely leave a program.
The Alternatives People:
Entrepreneurs' Network of
Michigan will hold a breakfast
meeting from 7:30-9 a.m. Thurs-
day, June 20, at the Cranbrook
Centre Office Plaza on Southfield
Road in Southfield. Cost is $5.
For reservations, call Ike Engel-
baum at (810) 352-7470 or 800-
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casualty and benefits programs, including group captives and other
alternative risk management programs.
We've been the unique alternative for the past 40 years for associations, brokers,
businesses, groups and risk managers...almost anyone requiring special
solutions to today's business challenges.
We also specialize in quality, low cost homeowners and automobile insurance.
26600 Telegraph Road
Star Insurance Company, Rated A- (Excellent) by A.M. Best
Savers Property and Casualty Insurance Company, Rated A- (Excellent) by A.M. Best
American Indemnity Insurance Company, Ltd.
Barbara Rom, a partner in the
Detroit law firm of Pepper, Hamil-
ton and Scheetz, is new president
of the Women's Economic Club of
Detroit. Ms. Rom is a Bloomfield
Hills resident and treasurer of the
Michigan Democratic Party.
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in your safe deposit box. Sell or bor-
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in jewelry, watches & gemstones.
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Bingham Farms 642-5575
Lawrence M. Allan, President
Daily 'Til 5:30
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Alan Goodman, executive di-
rector of the Jewish Family Ser-
vice in Southfield, has been elected
chairman of the newly-formed
Jewish Social Service Profession-
als Association. The organization
functions under the auspices of
the Association of Jewish Family
and Children's Agencies.
Randolph Miller Associates,
a marketing/consulting firm, has
opened in Farmington. The com-
pany, founded by K. Miller and
Randolph Freund, provides com-
prehensive marketing plans for
professionals and their service or
Laurie Freeman, former man-
ager for Saks Fifth Avenue, has
become manager of Michigan's
Coopers & Lybrand will host
a free international tax seminar
entitled "Transfer Pricing" from
8-11 a.m. Thursday, June 20, in
the Coopers & Lybrand office in
the Renaissance Center in De-
troit. To register, call Kelly Von
Habsburg, (313) 446-7288.
Maurice A. Betman of the Com-
prehensive Financial Planning
Corporation, along with attorney
Michael Witzke, will host a free
seminar on "How You May Legal-
ly Prevent Medicaid From Tak-
ing Your Life's Savings." The
event takes place from 10-11:30
a.m. Tuesday, June 18, at the
Farmington Hills Public Library.
To register, call 800-598-7834.
J.A. Bardouille, Ph.D., a hu-
man resource development con-
sultant at the University of
Michigan, will present "Manag-
ing Your Business for Competi-
tive Advantage in Times of Rapid
Change." The interactive work-
shop will be held from 8:30 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m. Friday, June 21, in
the Small Business Development
Center at Walsh College, 1301
W. Long Lake Road. Admission,
including lunch, is $99 advance
or $125 at the door. For infor-
mation, call Lynda Earhart, (810)
Solomon Friedman Adver-
tising of Bloomfield Hills won 1st
place in the Business to Business-
Radio Campaign category at the
second annual Financial Com-
munications Society Portfolio
awards. The campaign was de-
signed for Franklin Bank.
Pamela F. Opperer, a financial
advisor with Prudential Securi-
ties, and Louise M. Bittker, an
attorney with Morganroth, Mor-
ganroth, Alexander & Nye, will
conduct a free seminar on the le-
gal and financial implications of
separation or divorce. For reser-
vations, call (810) 737-8455.