Brass Business Opens

Business notes

November 10, 1991

Brass & Oak Galleries has opened its doors to customers in the Festival at Bel Air.

Owned by Michael and Margie Graziano, the businessspecializes in solid brass and oak furniture and accessories.

Graziano grew up in Forest Hill, where his parents still reside.

He was general manager at A Touch of Brass in Cockeysville for eight years before starting his own business in Bel Air.


Mary-Go-Round Enterprises Inc., headquartered in Joppa, has entered into an agreement to acquire Club International, a U.S. division of Dylex of Canada.

The 10-store chain with locations in the greater Chicago area targets the 25- to 50-year-old male, offeringmen's sportswear, clothing and furnishings.

Merry-Go-Round is a specialty apparel chair selling contempo

rary fashions for young men and women in more than 780 retail stores in 38 states.


The Northeast Network, formed in 1989 to meet the needfor lead-sharing among businesses, will convene a new group this fall.

According to director Ralph H. Jordan, the group, which consists of interdependent but non-competitive businesses, will meet regularly during the year to share business leads and request information.

Meetings will be conducted by a Northeast Network staffer for efficiency, and members may receive up to 1,000 leads a year.

Information: 569-0966.


Joan Ryder, past president of theHarford County Association of Realtors, has opened a new company at 3 Vale Road, Suite 200, in Bel Air.

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