In Business


February 17, 2007


Intermedia Kiosks Inc., an Owings Mills-based provider of customer-operated food service ordering and kitchen management kiosks, was acquired by Gilbarco Inc. of Greensboro, N.C. Intermedia will continue to operate from its current facilities.


Corrigan Sports Enterprises, a Baltimore sports event management and promotion firm, will become a partner of the Frederick Marathon to assist in the operation of the running event next month.

FOR THE RECORD - An item in the In Business column Saturday gave the wrong time frame for KCI Technologies Inc. to move its headquarters to Highlands Corporate Office Park in Sparks. KCI expects to move by fall 2008.
The Sun regrets the error.


Francis J. Keenan received the Certified Business Intermediary designation from the International Business Brokers Association.

Patrick Lowry, a business valuation appraiser with Ellicott City-based Patuxent Valuation Group LLC, achieved accredited senior appraiser status with the American Society of Appraisers.


General Physics Corp. in Elkridge received a contract worth up to $3.8 million to provide Boeing Co. with technical support services for its Delta II and Delta IV rocket programs.

New clients, a Havre de Grace-based Internet marketing and online ad agency, added Greenbaum Interiors of New Jersey and A&S Sales of Virginia to its client portfolio.

VillageWorks, a Frederick-based integrated marketing firm, signed three regional companies as clients: Advance Business Systems of Cockeysville; Leverage Computing, based in McLean, Va.; and Washington-based Special Event Sites Marketing Alliance.


KCI Technologies Inc. moved its headquarters to the Highlands Corporate Office Park in Sparks.

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