Business Digest

December 21, 2007

Business Suites opens facility

Business Suites of Columbia, which offers furnished business offices and conference rooms, has opened its facility off Berger Road.

The suites, designed for executives who spend most of their time traveling and are seeking a temporary office or a conference room, are equipped with high-speed Internet access, voice mail, telephones, presentation capabilities and other amenities.

The facility at 9520 Berger Road is near Fort Meade and is designed to provide a service to companies seeking to do business in Howard or Anne Arundel counties in response to opportunities linked to BRAC, the military base relocation and closing process.

Capitol College plans job fair in April

Capitol College in Laurel invites companies seeking employees with engineering, computer and technical skills to attend the 23rd annual Engineering, Computer Sciences, Information Technology and Business Career Fair, to be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 4 at the William G. McGowan Academic Center on the campus.

The fair will offer opportunities for companies to make themselves known to current and future graduates.

Employers can register online at https:--www.capitol- The cost is $35 and includes lunch for up to four representatives.

Capitol College is at 11301 Springfield Road, Laurel.

Information: 800-950-1992, ext. 3015.

$10,000 raised to help needy kids

Members of the Columbia-based PGAMA (Printing & Graphics Association MidAtlantic) raised more than $10,000 for needy children at the organization's annual charity fundraiser this month.

This year's benefit event was the organization's 44th. Members raised money in a silent auction, 50/50 raffle and by cash donations. They also organized a collection of new toys. Proceeds will go to Toys for Tots and Santa Claus Anonymous.

A food drive, led by print supply company E.H. Walker Supply, is also held annually to benefit the Maryland Food Bank and Manna Food Center.

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