Business Briefs

March 22, 2004

Lallie stationery moves to warehouse in Millersville

Lallie Inc. - a local designer and manufacturer of fine custom stationery, invitations and announcements - recently moved from its Annapolis location to a newly renovated 15,000-square-foot warehouse in Millersville.

The building at 201 Najoles Road houses a retail store, production facility and corporate offices. The Lallie Line was created and introduced by Nancy Lowell in 1977. Lallie recently was awarded the 2004 Print Quality Award for best of category for the Printing and Imaging Industries of Maryland.

2 Coldwell Banker offices earn national award

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage announced that its BWI and Pasadena offices have been honored at the national level by NRT Inc. as a 2003 member of the President's Council. This is the second consecutive year the offices achieved Presidential Council status.

Lynn Mauk, the BWI branch vice president, and Sandy Sadler, Pasadena branch vice president, accepted the award on behalf of their offices at the NRT Leadership Awards ceremony in Las Vegas last month.

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