Business Notes

BUSINESS NOTES

November 18, 2007

Bank collecting items for sick kids

Baltimore County Savings Bank is collecting gift items for A Place Called Hope during business hours through Friday at its Harford County branches in Bel Air, Hickory, Forest Hill and Abingdon.

Needed items for A Place Called Hope, a nonprofit organization that provides support to families living with childhood cancer, include grocery and gas gift cards, vouchers to area attractions, cameras, hand-held electronic games, MP3 players, children's books, DVDs, art supplies, stuffed animals and toys.

Items also will be collected Thursday at the Calvert Hall-Loyola Turkey Bowl game from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Information: www.baltcosav ings.com.

Marketing firm a `Small Giant'

WebAdvantage.net, a strategic search marketing and online advertising agency, has been recognized by the Greater Baltimore Tech Council as one of the area's "Small Giants."

The phrase comes from author Bo Burlingham, who writes that "Small Giants" choose to be "great instead of big," by focusing on being great at what they do, creating a great place to work, providing great customer service, making great contributions to their communities and finding great ways to lead their lives.

WebAdvantage was founded in 1998 by Hollis Thomases.

Dardozzi joins The Arc's board

Mark Dardozzi of RainSoft has joined The Arc Northern Chesapeake Foundation board.

He is president of Executives of Baltimore and vice president of Maryland Resource Network and Chesapeake Business Consultants. He is a member of Business Resource Network; Harford County, Havre de Grace, and Aberdeen chambers of commerce; Order of Sons of Italy in America; and a graduate of the Harford Leadership Academy.

He lives in Forest Hill.

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