* Kayla Advertising, a specialty promotional ad...

NEWS IN BRIEF

November 28, 1994

* Kayla Advertising, a specialty promotional ad distributor based in Columbia, has installed a state-of-the-art CD-ROM-based research system. The system can access entire product lines of the more than 3,000 manufacturers of specialty ad goods.

* Wilhide's Florist announced that the Howard County-based family-owned business has been selected one of the top 100 florists by the Florists' Transworld Delivery Association.

On the board

* Family Life Center, a nonprofit counseling facility serving Howard County announced the election of Suzanne Ricklin to a seat on the board of directors.

New accounts & contracts

* Fast & Associates, a Columbia advertising agency, has been contracted by Hunt Valley-based Adventure Tours to provide advertising and marketing services through the first quarter of 1995.

Open for business

* Jay Perkins has opened Ladies Tee Time, the area's first golf store exclusively for women. The shop, in the Timonium Shopping Center, offers equipment, clothing and accessories.

Kudos

* Loyola College chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America has received the group's Frederick H. Teahan community service award.

Public service

* People Encouraging People, a program providing job training, placement, housing and independent living skills training for the mentally ill, has elected Joseph M. Schnitzer treasurer.

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