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November 28, 2003 - Image 96

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-11-28

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Arts & Life

Business/Sports

HOTSHOT

from page 67

wife have two children: Dana, 4, and
Adam, 2. The family lives in West
Bloomfield and Monique is active in
Chabad-Lubavitch.
Microheat's Tier One status with GM
effectively gives them the same relation-
ship with other vehicle manufacturers.
Microheat is actively developing its
potential in the automotive aftermarket,
especially in cold climates such as North
America and Western Europe.
However, HotShot has also proven
effective in removing bugs from wind-
shields, which makes it a desirable prod-
uct even in warmer climates. Microheat
plans to launch infomercials to reach
the North American original equipment
manufacturers and the consumers mar-
ket for the Christmas season. The device
can be easily installed in any vehicle.
Most importantly, Franco believes
that with $1 billion in orders plus after-
market sales, Microheat will qualify for
an initial public stock offering. His next
step in that process is to hire an invest-
ment banking firm, a move he hopes to
make by the end of the year. ❑

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High Scores

The following are high scores from area
Jewish bowling leagues since Oct. 1:
Temple Israel Brotherhood: Stu
Brickner 666; Howard Marsh 665; Dan
Abramson 665 ; Eric Weiss 652.
B'nai B'rith Downtown-Fox: David
Shanbaum 279/702; Jack Geer 653;
David Moses 652; Larry Kaplan 258;
David Lazarus 252.
B'nai B'rith Pisgah: Lyle Schaefer
286/712; Jeff Eisenberg 708; Mitch
Finkel 257/695; Keith Kingston
257/695; Ryan Lash 675; Wayne Lusky
668; Rob Greenfield 660; Andy Rubin
255/664; Bryan Levine 256/653;
Howard Waxer 258.
B'nai Kith Morgenthau
EChayim/Zeiger-Gross:Larry Harwin
258/661.
B'nai B'rith Brotherhood-Eddie
Jacobson: Howie Gerenraich 258/711;
Lee Roth 703; Dennis Eder 259/683;
Jeff Weberman 268/676; Barry Fishman .
666; Marc Weberman 265/659.
JWI Galilee Thursday. Sandy Oleinick
225/554.
Herold 227/604; Karen Minc 585.
JWI Galilee Monday. Lorraine
Friedman 232/585.

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