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June 12, 2000

Mack Trucks to mark centennial with open house

The 100th anniversary of Mack Trucks will be celebrated Saturday with an open house at the Baltimore Parts Distribution Center in Severn.

Located at 8000 Telegraph Road, the 127-employee facility, which moved to Anne Arundel County from New Jersey nearly two decades ago, is the world's largest distribution center for Mack Truck parts.

It has 5 acres under roof, manages about 42,000 parts and ships an average of 150,000 pounds of parts daily to destinations worldwide.

The celebration from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. is part of a year of Mack-sponsored festivities and will feature live music, equipment displays and food. Organizers said the event will appeal to children as well as adults.


Bank executive: R. Michael Shymansky of Annapolis has been named vice president of commercial lending for Citizens National Bank of Laurel. A member of the Annapolis Entrepreneurs Exchange Group, he formerly was vice president of commercial lending for Frederick County National Bank, and earlier was associated with the Bank of Annapolis.

Joining firm: Suzette Collett of Annapolis and Matt Kaler of Owings Mills have joined Annapolis-based Crosby Marketing Communications firm as advertising and multimedia production artists.

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