Business Notes


October 06, 2003

Magazine names Port Annapolis Marina of the Year

Marina Dock Age magazine recently announced that Port Annapolis Marina has been named its 2003 Marina of the Year.

The award recognizes excellence in business practices, regulatory compliance, customer service, profitability, training, community involvement and dedication to the recreational marine industry.

The 18-acre marina offers nearly 300 deep-water slips, a service department, haul-out facilities to accommodate vessels up to 35 tons, land storage for 400 vessels, a ship's store, two pump-out stations, a swimming pool, laundry, cafe and bakery.

Also in the complex are marine-related businesses, including brokerage firms, a marine financing company, charter companies, a sailing school, a rigging shop, an engine repair shop, a fiberglass specialist, a yacht refinishing firm and Marine Trades Association of Maryland.

Naval Academy installs end zone video screen

The Naval Academy has installed a Daktronics ProStar video display in the south end zone of the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. A similar video display was installed in the north end zone last year.


Job fair:

The Maryland Job Service Job Fair will be held from noon to 4 p.m. Oct. 16 at Glen Burnie Mall, 6711 Ritchie Highway. More than 2,000 job-seekers attended a similar event last fall. 443-572-0352, Ext. 312.


The next "Meet the Net" workshop will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Oct. 15 at ToadNet's headquarters, 570 Ritchie Highway, Severna Park. 410-384-2500 or 877-GET-TOAD.

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