Business Notes

November 16, 2003

TownMall announces holiday activities

TownMall of Westminster has announced holiday events and shopping promotions.

Holiday activities will include:

Santa visits: Santa will be available to visit with children and have his picture taken with them through Dec. 24. All children visiting Santa will receive a "Santa Stop Here" sign for their window.

Westminster Senior Activity Center will provide holiday music at 10 a.m. today.

Information: 410-857-0300.

BJ's Wholesale Club collects toys for needy kids

BJ's Wholesale Club of Westminster will collect toys and clothes for children in need for the holidays now through Dec. 15.

The store is collecting new, unwrapped toys and clothes for the Salvation Army's Angel Tree program. Ornaments also can be purchased for the tree to help needy children have a happier holiday.

Information: 410-857-4569.

Brave New Markets represents S&K Roofing

Brave New Markets Inc. of Owings Mills has signed an agreement with S&K Roofing, Siding and Windows of Sykesville to provide corporate marketing strategy and services.

S&K is a family-owned business specializing in roofing and home exteriors, including gutters and downspouts, trim, decks and additions since 1980.

Brave New Markets will provide a marketing plan, brand and identity development, print and broadcast advertising, direct marketing, sales force support, a revised Web site and Internet marketing for the company.

New Windsor State Bank gives away cruise vacation

New Windsor State Bank awarded Richard Malatt of Mount Airy the grand prize in its cruise vacation contest.

Malatt won an all-inclusive four-day cruise for two on Carnival Cruise Lines.

Mount Airy branch vice president and manager Denny Ahalt presented Malatt with his prize last month.

The contest was conducted in conjunction with the grand opening of the bank's new location at the Twin Arch Shopping Center in Mount Airy.

24 martial arts students earn 1st-degree black belts

Tristar Martial Arts of Eldersburg recently tested and promoted 24 students to first-degree black belt.

Students performed self-defense skills and sparring that they have studied for the past three to five years. Several instructors also gave demonstrations.

Promoted students are: Nick Baker, Megan Seal, Chris Much, Connor McMonagle, Keely Saslow, Gabriella Taylor, Mac George, Brian Bond, Amanda Belknap, Sarah Saslow, Heather Borgoyn, Krystin Jansen, Lindsey Curtin, Chelsey Curtin, Robby Mullineaux, Julie Hebert, Debbie McCarron, Bob Mullineaux, Shawn Beall, John Harvin, Sean Birger, Ruth Much, Dan Jansen and Adele Ma.

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