* Preston Productions, a multi-media production company...

NEWS IN BRIEF

May 16, 1994

* Preston Productions, a multi-media production company, has expanded its facilities in Abingdon. The company's recent acquisition of Betacam SP video equipment and non-linear on line post production capabilities will bring more quality and less cost to its customers.

* Leadership Howard County is now accepting applications until June 3 for the Class of 1994-95, to begin in September. Cost is $2,400. Call 730-4474 for full details.

On the Board

* Society of Ecological Restoration, Northeast chapter, has announced the appointment of Keith Bowers to a seat on the board of directors.

* Value Retail News has selected Mark Millman to serve on its board of advisers.

New Accounts & Contracts

* Freed & Associates of Baltimore have been selected to test market a print campaign for United Optical, Inc.

* Marshall Technical Services, a project management and process engineering firm based in Annapolis, received a contract from Raytheon Service Co. for software, training, systems integration and consulting services.

* Cornerstone, a Baltimore-based ad and public relations firm, announced that it was chosen to be agency of record for Farmers National Bank of Maryland.

* The Stern Agency of Columbia received the advertising contract for the Davis Memorial Goodwill Industries of Washington and its Best Kept Secret stores.

Open for Business

* AttorneySource, a placement agency specializing in providing attorneys on a temporary basis, has opened at 1101 St. Paul Street.

Kudos

* Joyce Sanders, a Mary Kay Cosmetics sales director, has received the company's "Go-Give" award.

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