In Business

In Business

October 13, 2007

Awards

Basement Waterproofing Nationwide received the Better Business Bureau of Greater Maryland's Torch Award for Outstanding Ethics in the Marketplace for a second time. The 20-year-old Edgewood company first won the award in 1997.

The Maryland Psychological Association presented Catonsville-based Erickson Retirement Communities with its Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award.

American Bus Sales & Service of Annapolis was selected as the 2007 Dealer of the Year by Thomas Built Buses Inc., a school bus manufacturer owned by Daimler AG.

Spartan Chemical Co. presented certificates of achievement in sales to Garry Ebling, Kurt Schnitzer and Chris Roe of FPC Distribution Inc., based in Elkridge, and Larry Johnson of Landover-based S. Freedman & Sons Inc.

Centric Business Systems of Owings Mills was named an Elite Dealer by Office Dealer magazine. This was the firm's eighth such award.

Annapolis-based CbaySystems received Deloitte & Touche's 2007 Maryland Technology Fast 50 award for placing 18th among the 50 fastest growing technology companies in the state.

Certification

David Rutledge of Gross, Mendelsohn & Associates, has been designated as a certified fraud examiner by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

The National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association named Cynthia Steedman, a medical claims review analyst with the Delmarva Foundation for Medical Care, as an accredited health care fraud investigator.

Contracts

MICROS Systems, based in Columbia, will provide point-of-sales solutions to over 900 Auntie Anne's soft pretzels shops worldwide using its e7 POS system.

eTelemetry Inc. of Annapolis has been selected to provide Howard County government with software that monitors employee Internet activity and identifies bandwidth issues.

Openings

Maryland Athletic Club opened its newest fitness facility at 655 S. President St. in Harbor East.

Morton's The Steakhouse opened its 76th restaurant, this one in the Westin Annapolis Hotel at 100 Westgate Circle in Annapolis.

Organizations

The Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce named these members as committee heads: Mark Sucoloski and Eric Miller as co-chairs of the Ambassador Club; Barry Williams and Joe Welkie Jr., co-chairs of economic development and work force development; Richard Webb and Kara Calder, co-chairs for education; Barry Luciani, chair, events; Thomas Berenbach, chair and James Francis, vice chair, finance; Gary Rubin, chair, Higher Education Task Force; Carol De Groot, chair, and Jennifer Quinn, vice chair, human resources exchange; Glenda Le Grandre, chair, Public Relations Advisory Council; Cliff Ishmael, chair, legislative affairs; Mike Kelly and Corrine Hart, co-chairs, young professionals; Stephen Morgan and Pam Moss, co-chairs, professional development for nonprofits; and Robert Wade, chair, Small Business Roundtable.

Meals on Wheels elected Anthony P. Langello, Dorothy L. Rosenberg, Jonathan Wachs and Anne Winter West to its board of directors.

Robert J. Shuman, president and chief executive officer of Maryland Public Television, has been elected vice chair of the Affinity Group Coalition.

Relocation

The Parenteral Drug Association moved its Training and Research Institute from Baltimore to its international headquarters in Bethesda.

Title One & Associates Inc. announced that the title abstracting, research and foreclosure filing service company has moved to Centreville and has expanded its services to Kent, Talbot and Caroline counties.

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