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April 15, 2010 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-04-15

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Zech Upson and Jordan Wolfe

are planning FutureMidwest.

marketing and communications profes-
sionals and students working toward a
degree in a related field."
The event is likely to attract a lot of
20 and 30-somethings but it's open to
people of all ages.
"It is my generation that is going to
lead the charge and bring the region
back?' says Wolfe. "We must be empow-
ered by the generations above us."
With a futuristic "space cow" logo, an
impressive lineup of speakers and the
opportunity to disseminate valuable
information, the trio hopes to attract a

big crowd and generate excitement and
enthusiasm. Like their slogan says, "It's
happening."
"I think we're at the beginning
stages of an economic revival here
in Michigan and we're starting to see
some very exciting signs pointing in
the right direction," said Wolfe.
"It's crucial that small and midsize
businesses do their part to sustain and
add to this momentum?' ❑

A portion of the conference proceeds

will benefit the Michigan chapter of the

When: April 16 (9 a.m. to 9 p.m.); April 17
(9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.)
Fu ureMiciwes
Where: Royal Oak Music Theatre, 318 W.
Fourth St., Royal Oak
Cost: $100 for students; $200 for the full two
days; $25 just for the Friday street fair/ networking reception

For more information or to register: www.futuremidwest.com
Sponsors: GM, Ford, Verizon Wireless and Downtown Royal Oak

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