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August 24, 2008
Advertising * Weber Shandwick announced the appointments of Brian Hartlove, and Christopher Durban, as senior vice presidents in the interactive and creative services departments. Brian Hayek and Fred Glock were named vice presidents in the creative services department * Warschawski appointed Jess Jankoviak an associate for the Baltimore-based agency. She is responsible for daily account activity as well as client and media relations. * gkv, based in Locust Point, named Heather Woolford associate director of public relations She will develop strategic internal and external communications programs, media campaigns and messaging strategies.
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By Kit Waskom Pollard,
For The Baltimore Sun
| July 15, 2013
As lottery promoters will tell you, you have to play to win. But when it comes to playing with other people's money, experts have another saying to keep in mind: Trust but verify. After a rash of high-profile lawsuits alleging lottery-ticket fraud among groups of coworkers, some fun-loving players are getting serious about the precautions they take to ensure fair play when it comes to pooling ticket money with colleagues. And some in the human-resources field say workplace pools should be banned outright.
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BUSINESS
May 15, 2000
New positions Interim Financial names Ruffini to Annapolis post Interim Financial Solutions announced that John M. Ruffini has joined the regional staffing, employment and consulting firm as director of its office in Annapolis. Ruffini is a graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park. He lives in Easton. Ruffini is a member of the Maryland Association of Professional Recruiters and is active with the Knights of Columbus. Advertising Four join MGH; Homes is VP, creative services MGH Advertising named Jennifer Homes vice president and creative services manager.
BUSINESS
August 24, 2008
Advertising * Weber Shandwick announced the appointments of Brian Hartlove, and Christopher Durban, as senior vice presidents in the interactive and creative services departments. Brian Hayek and Fred Glock were named vice presidents in the creative services department * Warschawski appointed Jess Jankoviak an associate for the Baltimore-based agency. She is responsible for daily account activity as well as client and media relations. * gkv, based in Locust Point, named Heather Woolford associate director of public relations She will develop strategic internal and external communications programs, media campaigns and messaging strategies.
BUSINESS
October 10, 1994
AH New positions * AlliedSignal Technical Services Corp. announced the selection of Ivan M. Stern as president and the appointments of Eric Singleton as director, management information services and George Stuehler as director of health information services.* CMG Health named Henry A. Boyd president and chief operating officer.* Baltimore Metropolitan Council appointed Paul R. Farragut as its executive director.* London Fog Industries named Sara Morris vice president of creative services.
NEWS
November 24, 2003
Md. association of restaurants issues gift certificates The Columbia-based Restaurant Association of Maryland has issued restaurant gift certificates in a variety of denominations, from $10 to $100. Holders can choose from the more than 750 member restaurants that have chosen to participate in the program to redeem them. Fine and casual dining options are available. The association, which has about 3,000 members statewide, works to promote, protect and improve the food service industry.
FEATURES
By Kit Waskom Pollard,
For The Baltimore Sun
| July 15, 2013
As lottery promoters will tell you, you have to play to win. But when it comes to playing with other people's money, experts have another saying to keep in mind: Trust but verify. After a rash of high-profile lawsuits alleging lottery-ticket fraud among groups of coworkers, some fun-loving players are getting serious about the precautions they take to ensure fair play when it comes to pooling ticket money with colleagues. And some in the human-resources field say workplace pools should be banned outright.
NEWS
March 27, 2000
Names in the news Mark Walston of Olney has been promoted to vice president of creative services at Crosby Marketing Communications of Annapolis. Walston, who joined Crosby in 1997 as chief copywriter, will oversee creative work. Michele P. Sosnoski of Severna Park has joined the Annapolis accounting firm of Heim and Associates as a senior accountant. A native of Delaware, she earned a bachelor's degree in accounting from University of Delaware.
NEWS
September 23, 1990
The Baltimore Sun announces an open call for original artwork on a Maryland holiday/seasonal theme for reproductions as The Baltimore Sun's 1990 holiday greeting card. The Sun will purchase the art and add it to its collection.The competition is open to all media, styles and techniques. Submissions must be made by 35mm slide and received by Oct. 9. The following information should be included: artist's name, address, telephone number, title of work, medium and size. Slides will be reviewed by Oct. 1 and a selection will be announced by Nov. 4.Send entries to Dave Belz, Creative Services Manager, The Baltimore Sun, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, 21278-0001.
BUSINESS
April 9, 2004
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NEWS
November 24, 2003
Md. association of restaurants issues gift certificates The Columbia-based Restaurant Association of Maryland has issued restaurant gift certificates in a variety of denominations, from $10 to $100. Holders can choose from the more than 750 member restaurants that have chosen to participate in the program to redeem them. Fine and casual dining options are available. The association, which has about 3,000 members statewide, works to promote, protect and improve the food service industry.
BUSINESS
May 15, 2000
New positions Interim Financial names Ruffini to Annapolis post Interim Financial Solutions announced that John M. Ruffini has joined the regional staffing, employment and consulting firm as director of its office in Annapolis. Ruffini is a graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park. He lives in Easton. Ruffini is a member of the Maryland Association of Professional Recruiters and is active with the Knights of Columbus. Advertising Four join MGH; Homes is VP, creative services MGH Advertising named Jennifer Homes vice president and creative services manager.
BUSINESS
October 10, 1994
AH New positions * AlliedSignal Technical Services Corp. announced the selection of Ivan M. Stern as president and the appointments of Eric Singleton as director, management information services and George Stuehler as director of health information services.* CMG Health named Henry A. Boyd president and chief operating officer.* Baltimore Metropolitan Council appointed Paul R. Farragut as its executive director.* London Fog Industries named Sara Morris vice president of creative services.
BUSINESS
By Shanon D. Murray and Shanon D. Murray,SUN STAFF | May 20, 2000
The Campbell Group, a Baltimore advertising and public relations firm, said it will begin its first formal campaign today as the agency of record for the Baltimore Zoo. Ads promoting warthogs - the zoo's newest animals, brothers named Frasier and Niles - will run all summer. The campaign eventually will promote the zoo's new identity as a regional tourist attraction, the agency said yesterday. The zoo announced plans in March for a $60 million renovation plan that is expected to be completed by 2004.
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