Business Briefs



HealthPlus named account execs of the year

FLINT TWP. — HealthPlus of Michigan has named account executives Cheryl Wagner and Pamela Johnson “2010 Sales Achievers of the Year” for achieving top production in new business sales and enrolled accounts for the company, respectively. Wagner lives in Saginaw and has been employed by HealthPlus for 23 years. Johnson, a resident of Birch Run, has been employed by HealthPlus for five years. The recognition reflects the sixth “Sales Achiever of the Year” award for Wagner and the second such award for Johnson. — G.G.

Genesee Valley Center hosts Ladies Night Out

FLINT — Fun, friends and fabulous savings is what local women can expect at the Fourth Annual Ladies Night Out at Genesee Valley Center, June 23, at the Outdoor Village from 5-9 p.m. The first 200 ladies will receive a complimentary gift and all attendees will have a chance to win a $250 mall gift card and other great gifts, play mallwide BINGO for prizes, sample food and beverage offerings from participating eateries and receive coupons and special event savings from mall retailers.

New to the event this year is the Main Stage at the Outdoor Village. Ladies can enjoy a Fashion Show featuring apparel from Outdoor Village retailers including; Chico’s, Coldwater Creek, Expressions in Silk Bridal, President Tuxedo and Talbots. Other events on stage include: Premier Salon at Macy’s Hair Show featuring styles and demonstrations for “real women”, a Zumba demonstration by Hurley Health & Fitness, a Macy’s Fragrance demonstration and live DJ.

To receive the complimentary gift, participants must register at the Outdoor Village, while supplies last, one per person. Registration begins at 5 p.m. In the event of inclement weather, registration and the Main Stage will move to Center Court.

Details: Call 810-732-4000, log onto www.geneseemall.com. — G.G.

Patsy Lou Williamson begins renovation of stores

FLINT — Patsy Lou Williamson has begun work on major renovation of Chevy and Buick/GMC stores.

Patsy Lou has begun what will be a multi-million dollar renovation. This will take place over the course of the next couple years and is in conjunction with the new GM Brand standard. As a major supporter of American made products and our local economy, Patsy Lou is using only local, union labor for this task.

Patsy Lou Williamson was the first superstore, called the Mega Lot. They were the first to build the Buick prototype when Buick came out with the Dome in the 90s. — G.G.


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