In Business


February 24, 2007


Tania Orenak, Tess Scutt and Sarah White of Maryland SportsCare & Rehab have been certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association.


CompuDyne Corp. of Annapolis received a $500,000 contract from Volusia County, Fla., to integrate the records management system of the sheriff's department and the county's criminal justice information system.


Clifton Gunderson LLP, a regional accounting firm, expanded its Timonium office space by 6,800 square feet. The office, at 9515 Deereco Road, brings the office to 48,000 square feet.

New clients

Strategix/NobleSteed, a marketing communications agency based in Hunt Valley, added Schaller Anderson, Simply Retail, HSC Foundation, Mount Washington Pediatric Hospital and Erickson Retirement to its portfolio of health care clients.


Brick Bodies Fitness Services Inc. opened its newest location in the Chartley Park Shopping Center, 2 Chartley Park Drive in Reisterstown.


The American Bar Foundation elected Paul Kim, an attorney with Ober/Kaler in Baltimore, as a fellow.

Paul Fox, president of Rockland Credit Finance LLC of Owings Mills, was elected vice president of the Commercial Finance Association.

Nicole Tibbs, associate director of catering and convention services at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore, was named president of the Greater Washington chapter of the National Association of Catering Executives.

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