VTCHoll succeeds Shannon at Coca-Cola EnterprisesBill Holl...

Business Notes

July 21, 1996


Holl succeeds Shannon at Coca-Cola Enterprises

Bill Holl has been named vice president and regional general manager for Coca-Cola Enterprises. He succeeds Robert D. Shannon, who will retire Aug. 1.

Holl's region is based in Columbia and includes bottling areas in parts of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina.

Hjortsberg elected head of county Bar Association

David C. Hjortsberg, a partner in the Columbia law firm of Reese and Carney, has been elected president of the Howard County Bar Association.

He is a graduate of Dartmouth College and received his law degree from the University of Virginia. Before entering private practice, he was an assistant attorney general of Maryland.

Johnson to oversee new auto dealer's services

Russ Johnson has been selected to manage the service division of Columbia Pontiac Buick GMC, a new dealership that opened on McGaw Road.

Johnson had worked for 24 years at Chevy Chase Cars.

Adashek heads marketing for Altieri Homes

Scott M. Adashek has been appointed marketing director of Altieri Homes in Columbia.

He previously was marketing and sales manager for Caruso Homes.

Renaissance Books is renamed Legends

Renaissance Books on Main Street in Ellicott City has changed its name to Legends.

The store offers items such as books, crystals, aromatherapy and tarot cards.

Baltimore-Washington chamber plans luncheon

The Baltimore-Washington Corridor Chamber of Commerce, 7901 Sandy Spring Road in Laurel, will hold a brown bag lunch program from noon to 1 p.m. Aug. 8.

David Elkins, district manager of VersaNet International, will discuss methods of selling on the Internet and the World Wide Web.

The program is free to members.

Information: (301) 725-4000.

'Working a Trade Show' seminar set for Aug. 14

Howard County Business Resource Center will sponsor "Effectively Working a Trade Show" from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 14 at the Howard Community College Business and Technology Training Center, 6751 Columbia Gateway Drive in Columbia.

The seminar will highlight trade show strategies, promote networking opportunities and provide merchandise discounts.

The cost is $25.

Registration is required by Aug. 2.

Information: 313-6550.

Pub Date: 7/21/96

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