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BUSINESS NOTES

July 27, 1998

Apple Signs expands facility in Annapolis

Apple Signs has expanded its facility at 910 H Bestgate Road in Annapolis to more than 6,000 square feet to accommodate equipment and personnel.

Apple Signs provides design, fabrication and installation of electric channel letters, sign pylons and cabinets to businesses.

Computerized routing, welding, sheet metal and electrical equipment have been added to provide more visual solutions for customers in the Baltimore, Washington and Annapolis areas. Apple Signs also provides U.L.-listed electric signs and letters and creates custom signs and graphics.

Photos of its work can be found on their Web site at www.applesigns.com.

Information: 410-266-6475.

Picnic, Bowie Baysox game planned for business mixer

Anne Arundel Trade Council and 13 business organizations in Anne Arundel and Prince George's counties will play host to a joint business mixer Wednesday at the Bowie Baysox.

The program begins at 4: 30 p.m. at Rip's Park Place and includes a picnic. A cash bar for beer and wine will be available. The game begins at 7: 05 p.m. Adult members and guests pay $15, and children ages 5 to 12 $10. Children younger than 5 are admitted free.

Information: 410-757-6709.

Heart association to honor Annapolis businessman

The American Heart Association will honor community leader George Benson of Benson Motors of Annapolis at its Heart Ball Nov. 14. Benson has worked and lived in the Annapolis community for more than 30 years and is a supporter of the American Heart Association, the Anne Arundel Medical Center Foundation and the Rotary Club Foundation of Annapolis.

Benson sits on the boards of the Anne Arundel Medical Center Foundation, Western Maryland College, Annapolis Bank & Trust and the Capital Campaign Committee of Cavalry United Methodist Church.

The Heart Ball will take place at Loews Hotel in Annapolis. Proceeds will benefit the American Heart Association's work to battle heart disease and stroke.

Information: 888-514-5867, Ext. 530.

ICMI appoints director of development, research

Incoming Calls Management Institute, an independent think tank and provider of educational events on call-center management, has appointed Kristen S. Betts director of business development and research.

Betts will develop analytical research for marketing strategies, adult education and training in the call-center industry. Her duties will include creating statistical and trend analyses, benchmarking and feasibility studies, program design and curricula for seminars and workshops.

Names in the news

Dr. Jack I. Stern has been named director of quality assurance at Colonial Manor Homes, a provider of senior assisted-living services. He will oversee all aspects of care at the 13 senior assisted-living facilities owned and operated by the Annapolis-based firm. Colonial Manor has assisted-living communities in Annapolis, Bel Air, Bowie/Mitchelville, Crofton, Linthicum, Odenton and Severna Park.

Kelly Brooks, an Academy of Finance student at Northeast High School, has been working as a paid intern this summer for Clark and Anderson, a certified public accounting firm in Glen Burnie. The academy, a member program of the National Academy Foundation, is an educational partnership between Anne Arundel County public schools and Anne Arundel County businesses. Information: 410-766-5400.

Professional Marketing Matters Inc. announced that it has been selected to handle public relations for Digital Solutions & Multi-Media Concepts Inc. Professional Marketing Matters will announce DSMCi's innovations in the field of computer hardware and software integration, new clients and their partnerships.

Pub Date: 7/27/98

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