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February 20, 2004 - Image 8

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-02-20

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EWISH mED
RENAISSANCE

DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

I A

"FREEDS OF

THE STORY

WE CHALLENGE YOU

When a top Montreal suit
manufacturer called with a
surplus inventory of the
finest Italian fabrics
Ari and Dan traveled
to Montreal twice
within 2 weeks
to hand-pick
over 1,000
suits in sizes
to fit every
man with
savings of
70% off.
WE GUARANTEE
. to get you through the border in

3 SUITS FOR 1

Reg. $695 to $895 Can.

NOW 3 SUITS FOR $540 U.S.

• Sizes 34 extra short to
76 extra long
(oversizes slightly extra)
• Canadian made
top Italian fabrics
including super 100's
to super 150's
• All Wools.
Wool cashmere
blends from
Marzotto,
gnone, Lora Piana,
Barberis and more

• Savings of
over $1,000

15 minutes or less or we'll give

;VOU SAVE

you an additional S50.00 cap,. off
on this great suit deal.
See store for details.

70%

5 MINUTES FROM THE TUNNEL,
TAKE RIVERSIDE DRIVE EAST PAST CASINO.
8 BLOCKS TO GLADSTONE
TURN RIGHT 7 BLKS. TO FREEDS OF WINDSOR

41

1526 Ottawa Street • Windsor

1-877-5-FREEDS

Mon., Tues.,-Wed. 9-6
Thur. & Fri. 9-9, Sat 9-6. Sun. 12-4

PUBLISHER

EDITORIAL

Arthur M. Horwitz
ahorwitz@thejewishnews.com

Editor
Robert A. Sklar
rsklar@thejewishnews.com

ADVERTISING SALES:
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Senior Account Executives
Kathy Johnson
Rick Nessel

Account Executives
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Sue Maniloff
Heidi Martin
Marcy Rastigue
Kristen Wargelin
Melissa Wolf-Litvin

Inside Sales Manager
Meg Lyczak
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Inside Sales Representatives
Sheryl Alpern
Elizabeth Friedman
Jan Haskell
Barbara Lopez
Dharlene Norris
June Thiesmeyer

Sales Coordinators
Kristen M. Komlen
Mina Vickers

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BUSINESS OFFICES:

Accounting Manager
Irene Shotkin

Administrative Assistant
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ANGELSANCHEZ

Office Staff
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Pamela Turner

Collection Analyst
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Design & Graphics Specialist
Zina Bahrou

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Associate Editor
Alan Hitsky
ahitsky@thejewishnews.com

Arts & Life Editor
Gail Zimmerman
gzinunerman@thejewishnews.com

News DESK:

Story Development Editor
Keri Guten Cohen
kcohen@thejewishnews.com

Staff Writer/Columnist
Harry Kirsbaum
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Staff Writers
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sdorfman@thejewishnews.com

Diana Lieberman
dlieberm@dtejewishnews.com

Sharon Luckerman
sluckerm@thejewishnews.com

News Desk Assistant
Sy Manello
smanello@thejewishnews.com

COPY DESK:
Senior Copy Editor
David Sachs
dsachs@thejewishnews.com

Copy Desk Assistant
Bobbi Charnas
bcharnas@thejewishnews.com

Copy Editor
Jim Ritz
jritz@thejewishnews.com

Contributing Editor
Bob Menaker
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AppleTree Editor
Elizabeth Applebaum
appletree@thejewishnews.com

Senior Columnist
Danny Raskin
dannyraskin@sbcglobal.net

Local Columnist
Carla Jean Schwartz
cschwartz@oaldandstyle.com

FULFILLMENT:

circulationdesk@thejewishnews.com

Staff Photographer
Angie Basis

Exclusively at

ROMA SPOSA

IvCNI le ,

248. -7234300

By Appointment

722 N. Old Woodward
Birmingham, "VII

2/20

2004

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www.romasposa.com

1N

R" Challenge!

to find a better suit deal on
either side of the border.
We have Freecis 75-year
reputation on the line
to prove it.

www.freeds.com

www.detroitjewishnews.com

Contributing Photographers
Glenn Triest
Bill Hansen

Circulation Supervisor
Barb Yessian
Circulation/Customer Service Rep
Fenton Jones

JN ONLINE
General Manager
E Kevin Browett
kevin@jewish.com

COMMUNITY
ADVISORY BOARD:
Marc Bakst
Marion Freedman
Mindy Soble Kaufman
Sally Krugel
Lila Lazarus
Steven Schanes
David Techner
Gary Torgow
Jeff Weingarten, M.D.

PUBLISHED BY:
Jewish Renaissance Media

Chairman
Michael H. Steinhardt

President
Arthur M. Horwitz

Vice President
Sylvia Boyko Stafford

Interactive Media Director
F. Kevin Browett

Controller
Craig IL Phipps

Editorial Director
Robert A. Sklar

Contributing Editor
Jonathan Friendly
jfriendly@thejewishnews.com

Information Technology Manager
Deanna Luoma

Marketing Director
Illana P. Greenberg

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of publication.

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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