Red Feather Ale

Regional ledger

April 13, 1992

D. M. Distributing Co. Inc. of Pasadena has begun distributing Red Feather Pale Ale, which is brewed by the Arrowhead Brewing Company of Chambersburg, Pa.

The brewing company, which started operation in November 1991, began its inaugural brew of Red Feather last December.

TRIP TO ENGLAND

Business specialists from Anne Arundel Community College, the county Office of Economic Development and the Anne Arundel Trade Councilare recruiting business managers to travel to England for business relations seminars during the week of May 16-24.

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

Information: 541-2648.

GOOD CUSTOMER SERVICE

Jones Intercable Inc. has been awarded the "Seal of Good Customer Service" by the National Cable Television Association for providing outstanding customer service that exceeds NCTA's industry-wide standards.

Anne Arundel County Executive Robert R. Neall presented a plaque award to Jones' general manager Gary Massaglia in an April 7 ceremony at the cable system's Gambrills headquarters. Information: 987-7054

AARS ADDITION

Addiction Assessment & Rehabilitation Services has announced the addition of an office at 1410 Crain Highway, North Suite 3B, Glen Burnie.

AARS is a multidisciplinary team of professionals who specialize in outpatient services focusing on the treatment of alcoholism and drug abuse. Information: 269-5981

EXPEDITORS' NEW OFFICE

Expeditors International of Washington, Inc., a Seattle-based freight forwarder, will open its first Maryland office in BWI Commerce Park on Dorsey Road.

Expeditors International is an international air and ocean freight forwarder and customs house broker with40 offices worldwide. Information: 222-7410

VOTER MONITORING

As anew service to the community, the Anne Arundel Trade Council will monitor the voting of Maryland legislators from Anne Arundel County on issues affecting local employment and the county's economic health.

The monitoring will result in a report card prepared on each legislator at the end of the session. The Trade Council plans to send its pro-employment report card on legislators to local news media and to each of the nearly 1,000 members of the council. Information: 757-6709.

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