The Baltimore Tourism Association, a nonprofit...

NEWS IN BRIEF

June 28, 1993

The Baltimore Tourism Association, a nonprofit organization made up of tourism professionals from the public and private sectors, named the following officers and members to its board of directors: president -- Carolyn A. Anderson, marketing coordinator, Maryland Science Center; vice president -- Janet Bethke, sales manager, Comfort Inn Mt. Vernon; treasurer -- Ellie Butehorn, marketing director, Historic Savage Mill; recording secretary -- Monica Worrell, director of sales, Best Western Invitational Inn; corresponding secretary -- Cathy Smith, sales associate, Embassy Suites Hotel. Board members: Peter Brown -- president, Packages Plus; Pete Chambliss -- chief, International Tourism; Ila Christenbury -- director, Tour & Travel, About Town Tours; Ruth Fader -- president, Baltimore Rent-A-Tour; Barbara Judd -- vice president of marketing, Horn & Horn Smorgasbords; Alma Megginson -- assistant director of tourism, Baltimore Convention & Visitors Association; Mary Helen Nippard -- administrator, Star Spangled Banner Flag House; Ken Nohe -- president, White Marsh Dinner Theater; Irene Rhoda -- marketing director, Guide Pool; Annette G., Saxon -- president, The Saxon Agency and Michael J. Szimanski -- president, Maryland Media Associates.

* The Maryland Chapter of the Associated General Contractors has elected Michael J. Renz , vice president of Jack H. Kidd Associates Inc., as its president for 1993-1995.

New accounts

Bonnie Heneson Communications Inc., an Owings Mills public relations and advertising firm, has been selected by Inter Sign National Inc. to promote the company's new architectural graphic signs.

* The Design and Construction Quality Institute has retained

John Bachner

Communications Inc., a multifaceted business communications firm, to provide comprehensive management and business services.

* The Guilford Group has been retained by Federal Armored Express, a national armored car company, to analyze, manage and control its worker's compensation costs.

* RDA Consultants Limited, a Timonium-based software development firm, has been retained by AMTECH of Bensalem, Pa., to develop a Windows client-server application that will automate cost estimating, order entry and inventory control for companies within the corrugated box industry.

* Wolpoff & Co., certified public accountants and consultants, has merged with the Hagerstown-based accounting firm of Randall & Co.

* Youth Services International Inc., an Owings Mills-based private provider of educational and behavioral

change programs for juveniles, has named BB&Y Advertising and Public Relations as its agency of record.

Public service

The Hearing and Speech Agency, a private, nonprofit United Way organization serving Central Maryland, named Ann H. Jackson director of development.

* J. Paul Melanson, vice president for administration and finance at Loyola College, has been named president of the newly formed National Association of Campus Card Users (NACCU). The association is a nonprofit organization designed to assist campus administrators in managing the technology of card-based access systems through information exchange, education and networking among colleges and universities.

Open for business

COBE Marine & Sports Center, a marine parts and supply company, has opened at 8936 Fort Smallwood Road in Pasadena.

* Danfoss Automatic Controls, a division of Danfoss Inc., has opened a new headquarters in the White Marsh High Tech Center.

* Delta Graphics has changed its name to Delta Graphics and Communications. In addition to the name change, the firm has opened a new office at 9 W. Aylesbury Road, Suite M in Timonium. The company's phone and fax numbers are unchanged.

* Legal Resources, a Landover-based prepaid legal services company marketing an employer-sponsored comprehensive prepaid legal services program , has relocated administrative and sales offices to 619 Severn Avenue, Suite 103, Annapolis, Md., 21403-2145.

* KY & Associates Inc., an international architectural design and service firm, has opened an office in the Amdahl Building at 10420 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia.

* Severn Graphics Inc. has changed its trade name to Severn Visual Services.

* Smith, Somerville & Case, a full- service Baltimore-based law firm, has opened an office at 1100 Connecticut Ave. N.W., Suite 410, Washington.

Kudos

* Bob Muller of Video Data Services in Laurel, won grand prize in a national contest for best commercial production videotape.

Adams Sandler, a Baltimore and Rockville-based advertising, public relations and marketing communications firm, has won the following awards in Healthcare Marketing Competition sponsored by Healthcare Marketing Report magazine: gold award in the category of best radio commercial for an HMO, created for Healthplus in Greenbelt; silver award in the best hospital annual report category for St. Francis Hospital in Wilmington, Del.; merit award for direct mail for Healthplus and newspaper advertising for St. Francis Hospital.

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