Business Notes


December 18, 2005

Flamers Grill set to open in TownMall

Flamers Grill is scheduled to open its first Carroll County site in the food court at TownMall of Westminster today.

The restaurant will be operated by Bharat Mansukhani, who has been in the food industry for more than 15 years.

"The Flamers Charburger, cooked over an open flame, is the cornerstone of our product offering," said Mansukhani. "Customers can order a turkey burger, veggie burger, charbroiled skinless chicken breast and other specialty items."

Flamers' also prepares each item to the customer's order, cooking meats to specifications and adding desired toppings.

Information: 410-751-6744.

Company named to fast-growth list

America's Remote Help Desk has been named to the SmartCEO list of fastest-growing companies in the Baltimore area for the second consecutive year.

The Maryland-based outsource network solutions and help desk provider has been ranked in the Top 50 on the list because of overall sales growth for the past five years.

The list, compiled by business magazine SmartCEO, notes the fastest-growing companies in Baltimore and the surrounding area, based on sales and the number of employees.

Founded in 1999, America's Remote Help Desk is a help desk and technical consulting company that provides network implementation and help desk support to small and mid-size organizations.

The company has an office in Eldersburg.

Audiologist has findings published

Regina Presley of Finksburg recently had preliminary study results published in the Auditory Research Bulletin.

She is engaged in a study of quality-of-life indicators among adult cochlear implant recipients.

Presley is a senior audiologist with Greater Baltimore Medical Center's Cochlear Implant Program.

Interfaith Housing names new official

Interfaith Housing Alliance officials recently announced that Howard Porter will serve as director of homeownership for the organization.

Porter joins Interfaith Housing with 16 years of experience in developing affordable housing. Most recently, he was executive director of the Alliance for Better Housing in Kennett Square, Pa.

He also has been director of modernization for the Chester Housing Authority, and project manager with the Interfaith Housing Development Corporation of Bristol, both in Pennsylvania.

Porter has a Master of Science degree in economic development from Eastern College, as well as a real estate license.

He will manage and direct all aspects of the organization's homeownership program, covering the Western Maryland and South Central Pennsylvania regions.

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