* Maryland Homebased Business Association has been...

NEWS IN BRIEF

October 31, 1994

* Maryland Homebased Business Association has been established in Baltimore to provide educational support in the way of seminars and group sessions, as well as the exchange of ideas and information. Call (410) 327-7700 for details.

* R. E. Michel Inc. was named wholesale distributor for Bryant Heating & Cooling Systems in the Pittsburgh and Philadelphia area.

* Petstuff, the pet care supermarket, in conjunction with local area animal hospitals, has added animal wellness centers to services offered at its Towson, Perry Hall and Catonsville locations.

On the board

* Union Memorial Hospital appointed Mary Jane Blaustein, Dr. Worth B. Daniels and Dr. Allan D. Jensen to the board of directors.

Accounts & contracts

* ERIS Enterprises of Columbia announced that it has been awarded human resource services contracts by the Commission for Office Laboratory Accreditation, the Columbia Association, Holy Cross Hospital, Southern Management Corp. and the Washington Personnel Association.

Open for business

* Factory Card Outlet opened its newest location in the Liberty Court Shopping Center in Randallstown.

Kudos

* Terri Chastain of the Baltimore office of Alexander & Alexander Consulting Group was awarded a certificate of merit at the International Communication Film & Video Festival.

* Brian S. Merritt, of Walpert, Smullian & Blumenthal, has been named as one of America's best financial advisers by Worth magazine.

* A. & L. Shatto Inc. was named to the list of the 500 fastest-growing privately held U.S. companies by Inc. magazine.

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