Airlines Dedicates Center

Regional ledger

March 02, 1992

Northwest Airlines had a dedication ceremony at its new Hanover reservations center last week.

The ceremony was attended by Mark L. Wasserman, secretary of the state Department of Economic and EmploymentDevelopment; O. James Lighthizer, secretary of the state Department of Transportation, and other state and county officials.


The Baltimore Museum of Industry will have a day of free admissions for Anne Arundel County residents from 12 to 5 p.m. on March 15.

Maryland photographer and author Maion E. Warren will discuss photography as a means of preserving local history.

Information: 727-4808


The Trade Council, with cooperation from the Anne Arundel County Office of Economic Development, will sponsor the county's first Executive Tour on April 29.

The tour will highlight the county's quality of life as well as its commercial properties. It will feature a breakfast address by Anne Arundel County Executive Robert R. Neall, a 3 1/2-hour bus tour of the county originating in Annapolis and a luncheon address by Dan Colussy, chief executive officer of UNC Inc.

Information: 974-4402


Specialistsfrom Anne Arundel Community College, the county Office of Economic Development and the Anne Arundel Trade Council will journey to Englandto hold national business relations seminars during the week of April 4-12.

Cost is approximately $2,000, including air travel, hotel,breakfast and conference fees. Information: 541-2648.


Annapolis-based Environmental & Recycled Products is offering a substitute to salt for clearing driveways and sidewalks of snow during the winter months.

Ice Vice uses potassium chloride, a secondaryplant nutrient, to melt ice. It is environmentally safe and will notkill lawns and freshwater fish.

The product is available at Graul's Market, Country Sunshine, Outdoor Power and the Midshipmen's Store.

Information: 974-6500.


UNC Inc., Annapolis-based manufacturer of jet engine and aircraft components, reported a 36 percent earnings increase over its 1990 results.

The company reported net earnings of $6.9 million, compared with $5.1 million in 1990. Sales for the year were $360.6 million, a 1 percent increase over 1990 sales.


Clark Keller Inc., an Annapolis-based advertising firm, recently received a 1992 Addy Award nomination in the category of Graphic Design for a Recording Industry Association of America announcement.

The company won an Award of Distinction in the Consort Royal International paper contest for a brochure recently completed for Westinghouse Electronics Systems Group.

The brochure will be entered in the European Consort Royal International paper contest in London.

Clark Keller has also received a PrintQuality Award for work on a brochure for R. D. Bean Roofing and has been selected to be published in an upcoming book, "The Best New & International Label Design 3." The label design was for Chauncey's Chili, an Annapolis-based food manufacturer.

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