Cranberry Mall picks Owings Mills ad agency Bonnie...

Business Notes

February 27, 2000

Cranberry Mall picks Owings Mills ad agency

Bonnie Heneson Communications of Owings Mills has been named advertising agency of record for Cranberry Mall in Westminster.

The agency is handling all advertising for the largest mall in the county. An advertising campaign, in print and on radio, will promote the mall's activities.

The account is managed by agency President Bonnie Heneson, with Gerry Laue as creative director.

Silver Run Liquors receives license for beer, wine

The Board of License Commissioners for Carroll County has approved a request for a Class A beer, wine and liquor license for Silver Run Liquors.

Gail Ball applied for the license for the store at 3957 Littlestown Pike, Silver Run. She will own the store, to be housed in the old Brewer's Market, which will be in a new, larger building adjacent to the site.

Ball expects to be involved in the daily operations of the store during start-up, but hopes to hire a manager later.

The store, which will sell packaged items only, will be open from noon to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday. It is expected to open in June.

Institute starts market for women's businesses

The Women's Business Institute is starting an open-air market for women business owners to sell their products.

The market will be held one Saturday a month from April to October in Taneytown.

Interested businesswomen can write or call the institute to be put on a mailing list.

The institute is at 222 E. Baltimore St., Taneytown 21787. Information: 410-756-2334.

Carroll Lutheran Village picks volunteer coordinator

Velva Cooper of Westminster has been named volunteer coordinator at Carroll Lutheran Village.

She previously was assistant director of personnel services at Western Maryland College for 10 years. She also has held top volunteer positions, including chairwoman of the Maryland Job Service Employer Committee.

After reviving the Carroll County chapter of JSEC, Cooper was asked to be state chairwoman. She has served with Mid-Maryland Career Connections and United Way of Central Maryland.

Cooper took the Carroll Lutheran Village position to learn more about successful nonprofit businesses. She has a bachelor's degree in management from Morgan State University and a master's in legal and ethical studies from the University of Baltimore.

Long & Foster employee finishes Fast Start program

Jim Hemler of the Taneytown Office of Long & Foster Real Estate recently completed the company's Fast Start program.

Fast Start is a 90-hour training program that includes real estate law, ethics, sales and contracts, negotiating, finance and marketing.

Hemler also completed the Training & Career Development Division's corporate orientation for new and experienced agents.

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