Business Notes

BUSINESS NOTES

November 26, 2006

Company collecting food donations

S&K Roofing, Siding and Windows is holding its third annual food drive for the Maryland Food Bank.

The company's goal is to collect more than 1,000 pounds of nonperishable food, plus paper products of all kinds, diapers and feminine hygiene products.

Also, S&K will donate $1 for each pound of food collected.

Donations can be put in a drop box at S&K's showroom at 5399 Enterprise St., Eldersburg, through Dec. 21.

Information: 410-795-4400.

Martin's customers can help schools

Martin's Food Markets is offering the Martin's A+ School Rewards program through the school year.

Martin's customers can help local schools earn cash for computers, sports equipment, band instruments and other educational supplies by buying groceries.

Customers can sign up for the program by completing an application at a Martin's or by visiting www.MartinsAplus.com.

Shoppers can designate up to two schools each year and are required to redesignate each year in order to keep points earned going to the correct schools.

All Tune opens Sullivan Road shop

All Tune and Lube has opened a new shop at 10 Sullivan Road in Westminster.

The Total Car Care franchise provides services such as oil changes, tune-ups, brakes, and transmissions to complete engine replacement, and U-Haul services.

Hours are from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays.

Information: 410-871-3451.

Teltek opens on Main Street

Teltek Systems Inc. recently held a grand opening for its new office at 236 E. Main St., Westminster.

The firm provides telephone equipment service.

Information: 443-487-5410.

Sunny's to open in shopping center

Sunny's Surplus has signed a lease with Greenberg Gibbons Commercial Corp. for a 5,714-square-foot space at Westminster Crossing Shopping Center on Englar Road.

The new store is expected to be open in time for the Christmas holiday shopping season.

Barbour Group gets state honors

The Barbour Group of Westminster, owned by Karen Barbour, was recently named one of Maryland's Top 100 Minority Businesses for 2006 by the Governor's Office of Minority Affairs.

The Barbour provides surety bonds for the construction industry in 27 states.

Entrepreneurs are chosen for their achievement in business development, client satisfaction, professional affiliations and community outreach.

Karen Barbour also was selected as one of 14 finalists for the Greater Baltimore Committee's third annual Bridging the Gap Achievement Awards for minority owned businesses.

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