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February 3, 1991
Sheila Gorde of Columbia has been promoted to manager of cardiopulmonary services at Montgomery General Hospital in Olney.A MGH employee for more than four years, Gorde previously served as critical care coordinator for the hospital's respiratory therapy department.Gorde received her bachelor's degree in respiratory therapy from Columbia Union College in Takoma Park.
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Lorraine Mirabella and Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | April 10, 2014
Did the Utz Girl say "yes" to Mr. Boh? Yes, in case you missed the TV ad, and now the couple shown on a billboard just west of Penn Station will be moving to a new home together. Timonium-based Smyth Jewelers erected the billboard off I-83 North capturing that magic moment when Mr. Boh, on one knee, proposed to the hair-ribboned Miss Utz with a ring from Smyth, "Where Baltimore gets engaged. "  The billboard has been hanging in the same spot since 2007, clearly visible to drivers heading north on the Jones Falls Expressway.
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By June Arney and June Arney,SUN STAFF | December 16, 1999
In November 1996, the partners at MGH Advertising Inc. faced a tough business decision.The fledgling advertising agency, incorporated just months earlier, was offered a new account worth $3 million in annual billings -- what would be its largest client. But the deal came with a price.MGH would have to resign from an account that had been with it since the beginning if the agency wanted to take on new business representing Subway in Maryland. Its existing account, with Heavenly Ham, brought in significantly less in billings -- $100,000.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | April 12, 2012
If the Natty Boh guy could talk, would he sound like you? Do you imagine your accent sounding just like the Utz Girl's? If so, you could be the one a Baltimore ad agency is trying to find. MGH has launched a casting call to find "The Voice of Baltimore. " They don't want a baritone radio star. They don't want actors. They don't want someone who can say "Timonium" with just the right "O" for a party punchline. They want a homegrown product of the 410, a man or a woman, young or old, with a real, bonafide Baltimore accent, -- thick, dirty and true.
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By June Arney and June Arney,SUN STAFF | April 1, 2002
MGH Advertising Inc. is to announce today that ad industry veteran Jim Dale, former president and chairman of W.B. Doner & Co., will assume a senior advisory role at the Owings Mills advertising, public relations and design agency and join its board of directors. "We've benefited from being able to have Jim as a friend of the agency," said Andrew M. Malis, MGH president. "Now that he's actually going to be sitting here a few days of the week, I think his knowledge and experience is going to permeate the place.
BUSINESS
July 16, 2001
New positions Gould appoints Vollono as chief financial officer Gould Fiber Optics appointed Robert P. Vollono as chief financial officer for the Millersville-based manufacturer of fiber-optics components. A certified public accountant, the former senior vice president and chief financial officer for Credit Management Solutions holds a graduate degree in business administration from George Washington University. Advertising O'Brien, Skandalis rise at MGH Advertising MGH Advertising Inc. promoted Michael O'Brien to executive vice president and a principal in the firm, and Mike Skandalis to vice president and associate media director.
BUSINESS
October 4, 2008
Contracts * MGH announced that the locally headquartered marketing communications agency has been selected as agency of record for Robbins Diamonds. Expansion * IWIF, the Towson based workers' compensation insurer, has formed a strategic business team to support its public entity and direct business accounts. The team will work with policyholders and agents to improve workplace safety standards and reduce losses and hidden costs of workplace injuries. Openings * Thompson Creek Manufacturing announced the opening of its new home improvement product showroom on Brightseat Road in Landover.
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Lorraine Mirabella and Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | April 10, 2014
Did the Utz Girl say "yes" to Mr. Boh? Yes, in case you missed the TV ad, and now the couple shown on a billboard just west of Penn Station will be moving to a new home together. Timonium-based Smyth Jewelers erected the billboard off I-83 North capturing that magic moment when Mr. Boh, on one knee, proposed to the hair-ribboned Miss Utz with a ring from Smyth, "Where Baltimore gets engaged. "  The billboard has been hanging in the same spot since 2007, clearly visible to drivers heading north on the Jones Falls Expressway.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | April 12, 2012
If the Natty Boh guy could talk, would he sound like you? Do you imagine your accent sounding just like the Utz Girl's? If so, you could be the one a Baltimore ad agency is trying to find. MGH has launched a casting call to find "The Voice of Baltimore. " They don't want a baritone radio star. They don't want actors. They don't want someone who can say "Timonium" with just the right "O" for a party punchline. They want a homegrown product of the 410, a man or a woman, young or old, with a real, bonafide Baltimore accent, -- thick, dirty and true.
BUSINESS
November 23, 2008
Advertising * MGH announced the appointments of Robyn Bowers as media assistant, Katie Beach and Rusty Walters as word-of-mouth account coordinators, and Christopher LaRoche as traffic coordinator for the Owings Mills-based marketing communications agency. Education * John Hopkins University appointed Alison G. Milligan as senior director of its engineering for professionals program. She was formerly an engineering manager with LSI Logic Inc. Legal * McGuire Woods LLP announced that Jessica D. Fegan joined the law firm as an associate in the business and securities litigation department of its Baltimore office.
BUSINESS
November 23, 2008
Advertising * MGH announced the appointments of Robyn Bowers as media assistant, Katie Beach and Rusty Walters as word-of-mouth account coordinators, and Christopher LaRoche as traffic coordinator for the Owings Mills-based marketing communications agency. Education * John Hopkins University appointed Alison G. Milligan as senior director of its engineering for professionals program. She was formerly an engineering manager with LSI Logic Inc. Legal * McGuire Woods LLP announced that Jessica D. Fegan joined the law firm as an associate in the business and securities litigation department of its Baltimore office.
BUSINESS
October 4, 2008
Contracts * MGH announced that the locally headquartered marketing communications agency has been selected as agency of record for Robbins Diamonds. Expansion * IWIF, the Towson based workers' compensation insurer, has formed a strategic business team to support its public entity and direct business accounts. The team will work with policyholders and agents to improve workplace safety standards and reduce losses and hidden costs of workplace injuries. Openings * Thompson Creek Manufacturing announced the opening of its new home improvement product showroom on Brightseat Road in Landover.
BUSINESS
December 20, 2006
K Bank announced that Roger Lee joined the Owings Mills-based bank as senior vice president of commercial lending. He formerly was a vice president and loan officer with Mercantile Safe-Deposit & Trust Co. Mid-Atlantic Business Finance Co. appointed William B. Freeman Jr. as vice president of operations. He is responsible for underwriting loans for presentation to the company's board and the U.S. Small Business Administration. Education Goucher College appointed Marc M. Roy as the Towson liberal arts college's provost and chief academic officer.
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By June Arney and June Arney,SUN STAFF | November 17, 2002
When MGH Advertising Inc. pitched a Papa John's pizza account in Atlanta recently, executives competed against a large, publicly held advertising firm for a $2 million piece of business - a David-and-Goliath match-up MGH's chief said would never occur in a stronger economy. At Baltimore's GKV Advertising, executives acknowledge that accounts they once dismissed as too small to go after are now being considered. Annapolis-based Ledo Pizza officials made a few informal phone calls recently seeking advertising help and soon had the pick of 12 agencies - for business worth less than a half-million dollars in billings, according to one of the firms involved.
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By June Arney and June Arney,SUN STAFF | April 1, 2002
MGH Advertising Inc. is to announce today that ad industry veteran Jim Dale, former president and chairman of W.B. Doner & Co., will assume a senior advisory role at the Owings Mills advertising, public relations and design agency and join its board of directors. "We've benefited from being able to have Jim as a friend of the agency," said Andrew M. Malis, MGH president. "Now that he's actually going to be sitting here a few days of the week, I think his knowledge and experience is going to permeate the place.
BUSINESS
July 16, 2001
New positions Gould appoints Vollono as chief financial officer Gould Fiber Optics appointed Robert P. Vollono as chief financial officer for the Millersville-based manufacturer of fiber-optics components. A certified public accountant, the former senior vice president and chief financial officer for Credit Management Solutions holds a graduate degree in business administration from George Washington University. Advertising O'Brien, Skandalis rise at MGH Advertising MGH Advertising Inc. promoted Michael O'Brien to executive vice president and a principal in the firm, and Mike Skandalis to vice president and associate media director.
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By June Arney and June Arney,SUN STAFF | November 17, 2002
When MGH Advertising Inc. pitched a Papa John's pizza account in Atlanta recently, executives competed against a large, publicly held advertising firm for a $2 million piece of business - a David-and-Goliath match-up MGH's chief said would never occur in a stronger economy. At Baltimore's GKV Advertising, executives acknowledge that accounts they once dismissed as too small to go after are now being considered. Annapolis-based Ledo Pizza officials made a few informal phone calls recently seeking advertising help and soon had the pick of 12 agencies - for business worth less than a half-million dollars in billings, according to one of the firms involved.
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By June Arney and June Arney,SUN STAFF | March 13, 2001
Doner Direct and Eisner Communications Inc. shared the honor of best-of-show at the 27th Annual Best in Baltimore ADDY Awards Show, held over the weekend at the Mechanic Theatre. Doner Direct, which won the award for the second year in a row, received the title for a television commercial done for Sylvan Learning Centers called "Young Reading." That spot featured a little girl alone in a forest clutching a book and talking in the third person about her struggles with reading. Doner won a total of four ADDYs and six certificates of excellence.
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By June Arney and June Arney,SUN STAFF | March 13, 2001
Doner Direct and Eisner Communications Inc. shared the honor of best-of-show at the 27th Annual Best in Baltimore ADDY Awards Show, held over the weekend at the Mechanic Theatre. Doner Direct, which won the award for the second year in a row, received the title for a television commercial done for Sylvan Learning Centers called "Young Reading." That spot featured a little girl alone in a forest clutching a book and talking in the third person about her struggles with reading. Doner won a total of four ADDYs and six certificates of excellence.
BUSINESS
By June Arney and June Arney,SUN STAFF | December 16, 1999
In November 1996, the partners at MGH Advertising Inc. faced a tough business decision.The fledgling advertising agency, incorporated just months earlier, was offered a new account worth $3 million in annual billings -- what would be its largest client. But the deal came with a price.MGH would have to resign from an account that had been with it since the beginning if the agency wanted to take on new business representing Subway in Maryland. Its existing account, with Heavenly Ham, brought in significantly less in billings -- $100,000.
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