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April 15, 2010 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-04-15

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Southeastern Michigan:

A Great Place To Live. A Great Place To Live Jewishly.

Sponsored by:

WAYNE STATE
UNIVERSITY

"Living, working and raising my family in the Detroit area and Southeastern

Michigan means not having to compromise on the cultural offerings, social

aspects and business opportunities that are available in other major metropolitan

areas. Added to this is our vibrant and relevant Jewish community, which contin-

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Renaissance Media,
publisher of the
Detroit Jewish News

ues to be a source of both pride and support. While I have had the experience of

living in other communities, I am proud to identify myself as a Detroiter and call

Southeastern Michigan home. "

— A.J. Weiner, senior vice president,
Jones Lang LaSalle-Detroit

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