Eight Mile Boulevard Association Honors Sponsors, Supporters & Award Winners

Sep 05, 2001, 01:00 ET from Eight Mile Boulevard Association

    SOUTHFIELD, Mich., Sept. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- The Eight Mile Boulevard
 Association's 2001 beautification award winners, Leadership Luncheon sponsors
 and longtime supporters will be honored at the organization's board meeting
 September 5 at Phoenix Theatres in Detroit.
     This year's Clean Team beautification award winners are: Belmont Shopping
 Center in Detroit, D'Aloisio Masonry & Construction in Farmington Hills,
 Lumigen, Inc. in Southfield, Lunar Construction in Warren, Safiedine's
 Service, Inc. in Detroit, Schwartz Machine Co. in Warren, U Wash, Inc. in
 Southfield, and Warren Tire & Muffler.
     The association will acknowledge sponsors of its May 11 Leadership
 Luncheon including Allstate Insurance Company; Alpha 21; Bank One, Michigan;
 Barton Malow Rigging/Services; DaimlerChrysler Corporation; Detroit Edison;
 Management and Unions Serving Together; Marine City Nursery; Michigan Real
 Estate Journal; N.W. Coughlin Co.; Phoenix Communities; Plumbing and
 Mechanical Contractors of Detroit; Schostak Brothers & Co., and WWJ TV and
     Several longtime association leaders will also be recognized September 5.
 These are individuals who have volunteered with the Eight Mile Boulevard
 Association continuously since its creation in 1993.
     The honorees are: Nik Banda, City of Southfield; Edwin Bayer, City of
 Warren; Marsha Bruhn, Detroit Planning Commission; Jean Chamberlain, Oakland
 County; Donald Fracassi, City of Southfield; Robert Hunt, Wayne County;
 Rochelle Katz, Redford Township; Michael McReynolds, City of Oak Park; Edward
 McNamara, Wayne County; Gerald Naftaly, City of Oak Park; L. Brooks Patterson,
 Oakland County; Jerry Saddler, Royal Oak Township, and Mark Steenbergh, City
 of Warren.
     The Phoenix Theatres opened last spring at the Bel-Air Centre in Detroit,
 and is the only first run movie house in the city.
     The Eight Mile Boulevard Association is a non-profit organization,
 overseeing 27 miles of Eight Mile bordering 13 communities and three counties
 between I-94 and I-275.  The mission of the Southfield-based agency is to
 revitalize and promote the Eight Mile transportation, business and residential
 corridor by linking the efforts of the public and private sectors.
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