A brief in yesterday's Business section incorrectly...

News in brief

June 20, 1994

A brief in yesterday's Business section incorrectly reported that Irving L. Kidwell had been elected chairman of the Bank of Bowie. In fact, Mr. Kidwell, who has been chairman since 1989, announced the election of Jay Baldwin to the board.

The Sun regrets the error.

* French Bray, Glen Burnie-based commercial printers, has donated 25,000 informational brochures to the Baltimore Office of Promotions and Tourism. The full-color publication features a map of the city's "tourist area" and highlights attractions and historical sites.

* Internal Revenue Service will hold a special enrollment examination for professional tax preparers who wish to represent clients called before the IRS. Call Michelle Hoover at (410) 962-1791 for an application.


On the board

* Bank of Bowie announced the election of Irving L. Kidwell as chairman of the board.

* Construction Sciences Research Foundation named Raymond S. Best to the board of directors.

New accounts & contracts

* Pell Communications, of Hunt Valley, is now the advertising and marketing agency of record for Hanover-based Rietschle Inc.

* Eris Enterprises, a human resources training and consulting firm in Columbia, was awarded a contract to provide a diversity awareness training program to Legent Corp. of Herndon, Va.

* Snyder Group, of Crofton, will produce a series of commercials for the La Plata-based convenience store chain, Dash-in Food Stores.

* Parks, Ottenheimer & Subotnik received contracts for communications projects from Standard Medical Imaging and Laurel Dodge.

Open for business

* Computer Cleaners Plus has opened a facility in Howard County. The new company provides on-site cleaning, repairs and preventive maintenance for computer systems and other office equipment.

* Furniture Medic franchise shop has been opened by Alan Mernick. The Pikesville-based business makes affordable on-site repairs of residential and business furniture in Baltimore and Baltimore County.

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