Executive Tour

Regional ledger

March 30, 1992

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 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

TRIP TO ENGLAND

Business specialists from Anne Arundel Community College, the county Office of Economic Development and the Anne Arundel Trade Council will journey to England with interested businessmen for business relations seminars during the week of May 16-24.

The cost is approximately $2,000, and included air travel, hotel accommodations, breakfast and conference fees.

Information: 541-2648.

UNC AWARDED CONTRACT

UNC Inc. of Annapolis has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Army Aviation Center to provideprimary helicopter flight training services at the Army's Aviation Center and School in Fort Rucker, Ala.

The contract, which begins on April 1, calls for the Annapolis aviation company to provide initial entry helicopter pilot training for all U.S. Army and Air Force aviation candidates, and for candidates from NATO and Middle Eastern countries.

The contract is for the remaining six months of fiscal year 1992 and is worth $11.9 million. Four one-year options, worth $100 million, are attached to the contract.

PRENDERGAST ADDS CLIENTS

Marlene Prendergast & Associates Inc., a full-service public relations and communications firm in Annapolis, has recently been retained by three new clients.

Prendergast will handle Severna Park's Bay Kitchens year-long marketing and public relations campaign; public relations and marketing consultation for St. Mary's High School; and design a new logo for Leo I. Korotki, M.D.

Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.