Chamber to hold networking breakfast Sept. 25 in...

BUSINESS NOTES

September 17, 2001

Chamber to hold networking breakfast Sept. 25 in Beltsville

The Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber of Commerce will have its Power Networking Breakfast from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Sept. 25 at Nixon Uniform and Medical Wear, 11860 Old Baltimore Pike, Beltsville. The event, sponsored by the Patuxent Publishing Co., will give participants the opportunity to network and market their businesses.

The breakfast is $18 for members with reservations and $25 for those without reservations. Nonmembers cost $25. Reservations are required. Information: 301-725-4000.

News notes

New branch: Allfirst Financial Inc., headquartered in Baltimore, recently opened a full-service branch at 67 West St., Annapolis, a renovated location across from the old branch. Allfirst has 16 branches in Anne Arundel County.

Signs agreement: The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel signed a multiyear research technology development and licensing agreement with Arbitron Inc., an international media and marketing research firm. The agreement will provide research and development to enhance Arbitron's audience measurement capabilities.

Company sold: Four Seasons Solar Products, locally represented by Sun Spots Inc. in Millersville, was sold to Ultraframe Plc., the United Kingdom's leading conservatory roof designer and manufacturer.

People

Realtor of the Year: The Anne Arundel County Association of Realtors selected Lee Hatfield, a sales associate at the O'Conor, Piper & Flynn Annapolis Plaza office, as the 2001 Realtor of the Year. The award is presented each year to an associate who exemplifies outstanding leadership and commitment.

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