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OFBPA Newsletter July 2011

Mission Statement: “Bringing Business and the Community Together”

Monthly newsletter from Overlea Fullerton Business & Professional Association. Includes meeting details, local event notices & local business news contributed from members & friends of OFBPA.

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  • OFBPA Newsletter July, 2011 Mission Statement: “Bringing Business and the Community Together” Our next Meeting Wednesday, July 20th 7:30 am at Overlea Fullerton Senior Center 4314 Fullerton Avenue (21236) For directions call 410-887-5220. Remember every meeting is an opportunity to meet new people and make new business contacts!What’s Inside? • Presidents Message • We need you to “like us” http://www.facebook.com/ofbpa • OFBPA and Social Media UpdatesHave you ever thought of offering a Facebook fans-deal only”?? Eachweek well highlight a business in our corridor, and they will offer a Facebook fans-only deal for that day. This will increase all our readerships, along with participation at no cost other than the offer itself. Ifinterested contact David Foertsch. • Current Events • Let Me Tell You About My Business • I had a Great Experience at… DeNiro’s and Fullerton Pub Down Under • Updated Calendar of Meetings and Events • Community Announcements/Press Releases • New Event Posting Calendar • Mark your calendar for our 1st Brown Bag Lunch Meeting
  • OFBPA Newsletter July, 2011President’s Message:Our monthly meeting is Wed. July 20th at 7: 30 am at The Overlea Fullerton Senior Center located at 4314Fullerton Avenue (21236). Guest Speaker will be Bob Paff; Robert M. Paff, CLTC President of Integrated BenefitsCorporation and also the local face and host of the event. http://www.smallbusinesssurvivalsummit.com. Withover 30 years of experience, Bob Paff motivates professionals from all walks of life; teaching them that the core ofbusiness and personal achievement is not about transactions and commissions. Its one of marketing, sales,relationship building and a confident, polished self image! http://www.bobpaff.com. Our meetings are always So bring a business neighbor and plenty of business cards because “every meeting is an“open”.opportunity” Note: this is a change of time from the norm. Thanks to everyone who help in each and every way to support this years annual 4th of JulyIndependence Day Celebration. It was awesome and the skies were ablaze with color. Special thanks to Nickof www.patch.com for posting the awesome video clip. Overlea Fullerton totally rocks when it comes to thisevent and every donation helped make this year’s event a huge success! Next year is the 50th anniversary ofthis proud tradition and we will be asking everyone to get involved to help support this event moving forward!We would like to A Wicker Connection A–yes right next to Bob’s WholesaleSeafood Company on Belair Road (near the corner of Putty Hill) and Verizon Wireless in the BeltwayShopping Plaza (old Blockbuster). Also welcome Steve Largent the new proprietor of the Outback PitBeef Hut –better known as Overlea-Fullerton’s only pit beef stand (behind the Fullerton Pub & Restaurant).Steve has new and improved hours including staying open to 7 pm and open most days—not just theweekends. If you know of a new businesses on our corridor, please let us know so we can stop in and say hi! Remember those membership cards you got in your welcome and renewal packets—you may want to“find it” as we are working with Steve in the next few weeks to offer our OFBPA members a discount at hisstore for just showing your OFBPA membership card! We would like to welcome our newest member the Kiwanis Club of Parkville. Will you be in our newest 2011-2012 Business & Community Guide? All members automatically getthree free listings and with $5,000 copies distributed annually throughout the community it could be the best$75 you ever spent! Everyone has the opportunity to advertise, but all members get three free listingautomatically. FATA (the company who produces our directory) will be contacting folks offering ad space andonce again be offering a discount to all those talking out ads in the OFBPA Business & Community Guide andthe Parkville Carney one. Both will be ready available mid-September. Need to join or renew yourmembership? Now is the time! Forms are available online at www.ofbpa.com. Networking with the OFBPAhas become a valuable resource for our members. As a member, the visibility and involvement in thecommunity are reasons why our membership continues to grow.Member Benefits: • Free listing in the Business Directory & Community Guide 2011 (new directories published 8/2011) • Free Website listing
  • OFBPA Newsletter July, 2011• Discount fee for all OFBPA sponsored events• Host opportunities for monthly meetings• Monthly Bulletin – Business event listing• Job Board – includes resume and job posting ( free)• Member speakers are always welcome at out monthly meetings-ask to be on the agendaInteresting Business Facts: 1. The first owner of the Marlboro Company died of lung cancer. 2. In most advertisements, the time displayed on a watch or clock is usually 10:10. 3. Colgates first toothpaste came in a jar. 4. The founder of McDonalds has a Bachelor degree in Hamburgerology. 5. Duracell, the battery-maker, built parts of its new international headquarters using materials from its own waste. 6. Dell Computers was started by a 19 year old with only $1,000. 7. Yahoo! was originally called Jerrys Guide to the World Wide Web. 8. Walt Disney World generates about 120,000 pounds of garbage every day. 9. There is no tipping at restaurants in Japan. 10. The most productive day of the workweek is Tuesday. 11. The man who created the Thighmaster was once a Buddhist Monk. 12. The creator of the NIKE Swoosh symbol was paid only $35 for the designFact Comments 13. The average company saves over $7,000 for each employee suggestion that is enacted! 14. Over 4.6 million Whopper sandwiches are sold at Burger King every day! 15. Nearly 22,000 checks will be deducted from the wrong account over the next hour. 16. In most advertisements, the time displayed on a watch or clock is usually 10:10. 17. In Australia, Burger King is called Hungry Jacks. 18. In 2004, The Japanese Ice Cream Association promoted "raw horse flesh" ice cream in hopes that it would boost the popularity of ice cream! 19. If Wal-Mart was classified as a country, it would be the 24th most productive country in the world. 20. Henry Ford, father of the Automobile, is also father of the charcoal briquette. 21. Harrods have three private wells to supply their water! 22. Cow is a Japanese brand of shaving foam. 23. Colgates first toothpaste came in a jar. 24. 90% of all restaurants fail during their first year of operation. 25. 80% of Publishers Clearing House $10 million winners did not purchase any magazine subscriptions! 26. 7-11 sells 10,000 pots of coffee an hour, every hour, every day. 27. 20% of tuxedo rentals take place in May. 28. Bimbo is a brand of soft drink manufactured and marketed by Coca-Cola, Inc. 29. When Scott Paper Company first started manufacturing toilet paper they did not put their name on the product because of embarrassment. 30. Warner Chappel Music owns the copyright to the song Happy Birthday. They make over $1 million in royalties every year from the commercial use of the song. 31. The first product that the toy company Mattel came out with was picture frames. 32. The first product that Sony came out with was the rice cooker. 33. Oil tycoon, John D. Rockefeller, was the worlds first billionaire. 34. Microsoft made $16,005 in revenue in its first year of operation.Wishing everyone a safe summer! Donna Bethke, President
  • OFBPA Newsletter July, 2011OFBPA Social Media Updates from David Foertsch davidfoertsch@stingraysocial.comFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/ofbpaConnect with OFBPA members, friends (or their businesses) by following OFBPA.When you follow OFBPA, please share something about your business! We encourage you to use thepage to reach out to the business community. Are you hosting an event? Holding a special promotion?Share the details with us! Lets work our local business contacts to our advantage.Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/overleabizOFBPA has begun dipping its toe into the vast ocean of Twitter. Again, those of you who use Twitter foryou business, or personally, please consider following us at @overleabiz. Well do our best to follow youright back.If you are a 2011 OFBPA member and you have placed your business on Twitter, please let us know.Well retweet (RT) messages from dues-paying members in hopes of reaching additional folks with themessage. Best way to let us know is by sending @overleabiz a Direct Message (DM).LinkedIn - OFBPA Group http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=3916852&trk=anet_ug_hmLinkedIn provides professionals and business owners some very powerful tools to market their products& services. In addition, many people use LinkedIn as a human resources tool to find people with specificskills & talents.If you are a LinkedIn member, you are encouraged to join OFBPAs group. Were hoping to cultivate avaluable forum for our members, and the surrounding business community. But we need yourparticipation to do that! Calendar of Events 20-Jul OFBPA General Meeting-NEW TIME 7:30 am- 8:30 am Overlea Fullerton Senior Center 17-Aug OFBPA General Meeting-NEW TIME 12:00 noon-2 pm St. Michaels the Archangel/Overlea 21-Sep OFBPA General Meeting 4:30 PM- 6:00 PM TBA 13-Oct NE Networking Event 5:00-7:30 pm TBA 19-Oct OFBPA General Meeting 4:30 PM- 6:00 PM TBA
  • OFBPA Newsletter July, 2011 “What’s Happening” / EventsEvent Title: Sizzling Summer Used Car EventEvent Date: June and July Event Time: n/a Company: Destinations Credit Union and Enterprise Car SalesContact Person: Carol Szaroleta/Destinations Credit UnionAddress: 8767 Satyr Hill Road Baltimore, MD 21234Phone Number: 410-663-2500 Email: carol@destinationscu.org Web Site: www.destinationscu.orgDetails: Destinations has teamed up with Enterprise Car Sales (White Marsh) to offer some great deals on used vehiclesand financing this Summer. Enterprise will give Kelly Blue Book plus $500 on all trade-ins. When you buy a car fromEnterprise and finance it at Destinations Credit Union, youll also get a 32" flat screen TV! Destinations Credit Unionoffers rates as low as 3.25% annual percentage rate on used vehicles. Rates may be higher based on credit worthinessand the terms of the loan.Event Title: Destination: Retirement IncomeEvent Date: July 12, 2011 Time: 6:30 Company: Prudential Financial Contact Person: Brian W. McCullyAddress: Christopher Daniel Restaurant 106 W.Padonia Rd Timonium, MDPhone number: (443) 886-2207 Email: brian.mccully@prudential.com Details: See page below.Event Title: Flea MarketEvent Date: July 16, 20100 Event Time: 9:00am – 1:00pm Company: Overlea Senior CenterContact Person: Patti McDonnell Address: 4314 Fullerton Avenue Baltimore, MD 21236Phone number: 410-887-5220 Email: pmcdonnell@baltimorecountymd.govDetails: Annual Center Flea Market featuring Grannys Attic, books, puzzles and food. Vendors wanted! Cost for a tablespace (6 ft table & 2 chairs) is $10. Space is limited, so call today to reserve your spot. Event to be held indoors rain orshine!Event Title: 27th Annual Parkville Town Centre FairSunday, September 18, 2011 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M Harford Road—Taylor Avenue –Dubois Ave.New features include—Beer Garden featuring Micro Brews and Antique Car Show featuring Hot Rods andCustom Cars Car. Music by Whiskey Train, kids games, local entertainment including dance troops, marchingbands, etc. and much more. For all fair FYI, applications, corporate sponsorship opportunities, vendor spaces visit.www.parkvillecarney.com or call 410-665-0100 or email Andy Smith at sasmith@jhnetwork.com
  • OFBPA Newsletter July, 2011Event Title: Destination Retirement What’s the #1 thing you’ll need to retire comfortably? A plan to help you get to your destination. Join Prudential for a valuable retirement income planning workshop: Destination: Retirement Income Learn how to plan for the three key retirement challenges: • Outliving your retirement assets • Helping you keep up with rising costs • Navigating market uncertaintyThis workshop can assist you create retirement income that: • Is guaranteed for the rest of your life • Can help you address market uncertainty • Uses the benefits of annuities to meet the retirement challenges We strongly encourage you to attend this powerful workshop! Please bring a friend, coworker or family member you feel would also benefit from hearing this important information. Hosted by: Brian W. McCully, Financial Professional Associate July 12th, 2011, at 6:30pm Christopher Daniel Restaurant 106 W. Padonia Rd, Timonium, MD 21093 RSVP by 07/08/2011 to (443) 886-2207 Brian.McCully@Prudential.com Dinner and refreshments will be served.Investors should consider the contract and the underlying portfolios’ investment objectives, risks, charges and expensescarefully before investing. This and other important information is contained in the prospectus, which can be obtained fromyour financial professional. Please read the prospectus carefully before investing.
  • OFBPA Newsletter July, 2011Event Title: 2011 Small Business Summit
  • OFBPA Newsletter July, 2011 Let Me Tell You About My BusinessCompany: Fashion Bug Contact Person: Barbara ButtAddress: 7927 Belair Road (211236) Fullerton Shopping CenterPhone number: 410-665-6965 Email: bjz810@comcast.net Website:Details: August 1st to August 31st FILL the BUS at Fashion Bug Fullerton Shopping Center to benefit FULLERTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Customers will receive a coupon for $10 off $40 (redeemable Sept 1st to 30th ) for each school supply they donate during the promotion. Special request by the principal includes: hand sanitizer, #2 pencils, Kleenex, glue sticks, safety scissors, composition notebooks, markers, construction paper etc., however all school supplies are welcome!Company: Parkview at Fullerton Contact Person: Christina MessercolaAddress: 4300 Cardwell Avenue Baltimore, MD 21236Phone number: 410-663-0665 Email: parkviewfullerton@sheltergroup.comWebsite: thesheltergroup.comDetails: Fullerton’s Finest Affordable Senior Living invites those 62 and better to experience maintenance free apartmenthome living filled with activities, trips and services. Nestled in a quiet residential neighborhood, you can enjoy wellmanicured grounds and still be minutes away from shopping, hospitals and restaurants. We are offering a neighborhoodreferral for all qualified move ins!I had a Great Experience at:Place: The Fullerton Pub & Crab HouseAddress: 8027 Belair Rd Nottingham, MD 21236Phone: 410-661-5910Details: love this place! - The Fullerton Pub & Crab House Nottingham, 21236The Fullerton Pub & Crab House 5 loves this place!This place is great, kinda one of those bars that everyone knows each other, and you always feelwelcome there. Id like to start off by saying the bartender Mike is an awesome bartender, hes quick andalways on his game when it comes to work and getting people their drinks, one of the best bartendersaround in my book! Now I would like to say The Down Under Restaurant is amazing, the food there isjust out of this world good! I cant help but say Im hooked I go up there sooooo much for their food!
  • OFBPA Newsletter July, 2011Tue. is wing night they have all kinds of wings and all of them are good, Wed. night is meatloaf nightalso delicious, Thurs. night is burger night and oh my gosh love them burgers, five guys burger and frieshave nothing on their burgers! Now for my two most favorite specials!!!! Fri night RIB NIGHT!!! A fullrack (that you wont be able to finish!) and 2 sides for 18.95, or Sat. night 16 OZ NEW YORK STRIP.STEAK W/ 2 SIDES FOR 9.95!!!! and let me tell you it’s the best!!!!!June 09, 2011 by that dude in Baltimore, MDSubmitted by: The Fullerton Pub & Crab House is part of the Nottingham Circle of Merchants. Andthis review was found on www.merchantcircle.comI had a Great Experience at De NirosMy goodness, I just have to say that we have been greatly impressed with the pizza at De Niros. We hadalways ordered from Pizza Hut in the past, but no more. Several times now we have ordered from De Nirosand they have been consistently so much better the Pizza Hut. De Niros pizza is like the pizza I remember asa child-very thin crusted, succulent- the kind that you want to flip in half. The kind I remember having atpizzerias back in the day. Prices are fine as well as the delivery time.Doris PolingCommunity AnnouncementsMVA Emergency Contact OptionMarylands Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) announced it has added an emergency contact option toMaryland drivers licenses. Maryland drivers can now add three emergency contacts to their drivers license sopolice will know who to call if an accident occurs. The emergency contact information is stored electronicallyon an individuals drivers license and will be available only to authorized law enforcement personnel.You can go to MVAs website and add your three emergency contacts in just a few minutes. Click here to godirectly to the MVA website, click "Account Management" and then click "Emergency ContactsManagement" to add your emergency contacts. Please pass along to your family and friends as well...its worthit!Voice Acting Coaching w/Chesapeake Arts CenterMy name is Warren Garling and Im the Director of Marketing at Voice Coaches. As part of our ongoing educationalefforts, we are holding an Introduction to Voice Acting class called "Getting Paid to Talk - Making Money With YourVoice" in your area soon. You can learn more about the class at www.voicecoaches.com/gptt The class will be offered through Chesapeake Arts Center on Tuesday, July 19 from 6:30-9:00 PM. Registrationis required and enrollment is limited to 20. To register or for more information, call 636-6597. Voice Coaches has been featured in stories in Newsday, The Baltimore Sun, The Tampa Tribune, ThePhiladelphia Inquirer, Washington Post and numerous other publications and is currently offering classes through morethan 250 continuing education providers. Voice Coaches is a member of the Better Business Bureau, The Voice AndSpeech Trainers Association, and The American Society For Training And Development.Warren Garling, Director of Marketing Voice Coaches 518-456-4360 ext 147 www.voicecoaches.com
  • OFBPA Newsletter July, 2011HOW TO PREVENT LARCENY FROM AUTOSMike Hilliard Community Services Director HARBEL Community OrganizationThis crime involves thieves entering cars and removing items from the cars passenger compartment. A cars passengercompartment is encased in glass. This allows the driver to see out of the vehicle so that it can be properly operated. Italso allows thieves to see anything of value in the car, and all they need to do is break the glass and remove it. Thepassenger compartment of a car is not a safe place to store any item of value. Criminals particularly will steal GPSdevices, cell phones, lap tops,” handicapped placards" that are hung from interior review mirror attached to the carswindshield, and cash, particularly change, from cars. It is best to secure these items in your home or office when not inuse, or at least place them out of view, in the trunk of your car. This crime is largely preventable. Frequently all we needto do to stop it is to secure our valuable items outside the passenger compartment of our cars. Most importantly,ALWAYS LOCK YOUR CAR. Thieves will also look for signs that a cell phone or a lap top is in a car. If they see a cell phone or lap top powercord in the cars power port in the dash, they may break into the car in an attempt to locate the cell phone or lap top.Please do not leave your cell phones or lap tops power cord plugged into the cars power port. Secure it out of sightwhen not in use. Thieves will look for signs a GPS device is in a vehicle. If there is noticeable suction cup mark on thewindshield, they may break into a car hoping to find a GPS device. If you use a GPS device, you might considerutilizing glass cleaning wipes to periodically remove the marks a suction cup will leave on your windshield. Thieves are increasingly removing catalytic converters from the exhaust systems of cars. The converters containplatinum beads, and when disassembled by a scrap company, the platinum can be sold for a substantial amount ofmoney. Try to park your car in a well-lighted area, and if you see people under a vehicle, please call 911. If you peopleunfamiliar to you walking down the street looking into cars, they may be surveying potential targets of this crime. Pleasecall 911 immediately. Even if the police do not respond in the expected time frame these calls are logged, mapped, andmonitored by the police. Your call will alert them to a potential problem in the area.Follow-up meeting on Perry Hall Business DistrictPublished: Wednesday, June 29, 2011 9:25 AM CDTCounty Councilman David Marks (R-Fifth District) will hold a meeting on Tuesday, July 19 to discuss howbusinesses can take advantage of the new Perry Hall commercial revitalization district. The meeting will startat 6 p.m. at the Perry Hall Elementary School library (9021 Belair Road).Baltimore County Planning DirectorAndrea Van Arsdale will join Councilman Marks. Earlier this year, the County Council passed legislationsponsored by Councilman Marks that created the revitalization district. The district stretches along JoppaRoad from Seven Courts Drive to the Belair Road traffic signal; along Belair Road from Blakeley Avenue toMinte Drive; and along Ebenezer Road from the traffic signal to Yvonne Avenue. "Thanks to this legislation,business can qualify for incentives that give them a little extra help in this tough economic climate," Markscommented. "There is no requirement that businesses in this district participate, but its an option they maywish to pursue.” Councilman Marks has been actively meeting with the owner of the Perry Hall SquareShopping Center and hopes to provide an update at this meeting. The July 19th meeting is open to thepublic, but business owners from the revitalization district are particularly welcome to attend. If there areany questions, please contact Councilman Marks at dmarks@baltimorecountymd.gov.
  • OFBPA Newsletter July, 2011 MEMBER CORNER.Tech Services Zach John support@dottts.com petlove@academyhospital.comAcademy Animal Hospital Rick Lewis, D.V.MAce Web Hosting & Design Marty Schorr marty@acepc.comACN Independent Sales Representative Sharon Kozlowski sktechnology@acnrep.comAdministrative Solutions Dawn Kahler Kahler.officepro@gmail.comAFLAC Ed Dahling; Marty Bossle Edward_Dahlingiii@US.AFLAC.comAmica Mutual Insurance Company Kim Durham kdurham@amica.comAvon Independent Sales Representative Donna Bethke ptavon@comcast.netBaltimore Elite Martial Arts Academy Angel Kiskadden; Rick Hammond Info@bemaa.comBayview Homecare, Inc. Dan McLaughlin dan@bayviewhomecare.comBelair-Fowler, LLC Robin Demarco; Susan Riehl robin@obrechtRiehlProperties.comBelmont Financial Partners, LLC Terence K. Manuel terence@belmontfinancialpartners.comBeltone Hearing Center Tom Fisher; Amy audioservices@yahoo.comBoonerang Consulting, LLC Jackie Boone jackie@boonerangconsulting.comBoutique Petit of Waverly Evette Matthews fashion@eviesentities.comBrightview White Marsh Alan LeMay; Kevin Cysyk alemay@bvsl.netCenterLine Inspections, LLC Charles Lasek; Mary Lasek chucklasek@yahoo.comCookies by Design Ahmed Shafie; Lisa Harris michelleshafie@yahoo.comCostco Wholesale Karen Ervin; Tina Fullano w208mkt02@costco.comDestinations Credit Union Carol Szaroleta; Brian Vittek carol@destinationscu.orgEastern Savings Bank Darlene Conner dconner@easternsavingsbank.comElmwood Elementary School Sharon L. Ward sward@bcps.orgEmbroidMe Peter Tran; Allison Tran FullertonMD@Embroidme.comEscapade Promotions Lisa Gaskill lisa@escapadeadvertising.comEvergreen Equity Partners, LLC Chris Miller; Dina Nucci Chris@evgequity.comFullerton Elementary School Susan Biscoe; Candace Winterson sbiscoe@bcps.orgFullerton Federal Savings Association Charles N. Dontell charles@fullertonfederal.comFullerton Mini Storage and Penske TruckRental Victor Harari; Emanuel S. Glasser v.harari0@gmail.comFullerton Self Storage Karrie Barresi fss@securityselfstoragefl.comHamilton Federal Bank Angel Clingerman aclingerman@hamiltonfsb.comJerrys Toyota John Barry; Bill Bolander jbarry@jerrystoyota.comJohns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center Tom McLhinney TMcLhin1@JHMI.eduJustified Electrical Services, US, LLC Janine Pfeiler; Chris Pfeiler justifiedelectrical@comcast.netLandmark Insurance, Inc. Suzanne Thompson suzanne@landmarkinsuranceinc.comLassahn Funeral Home, Inc. Fred Lassahn Flassahn@LassahnFuneralHomes.com
  • OFBPA Newsletter July, 2011Law Offices of Nomiki BouloubasisWeitzel & Assoc. Nomiki B. Weitzel; Ed Weitzel Nomikiw@AOL.comL W Accounting, LLC Lori Williams, CPA lori@Lwaccountingllc.comMelvins Tire & Auto Service, Inc. Joe Melvin; Mike Todd Melvinstire@verizon.netMr. Bs Tattoo & Body Piercing, LLC Robert Smith kickinlikekungfu@aol.comKen W. Neibaur and Anne Neibaur Anne Neibaur taxloan3970@verizon.netNextcar All Vehicle Rentals Dennis Boucher Dennis @nextcar.comOak Crest Village Rob Liebreich; Colleen LoPresto Robert.Liebeich@erickson.comOn Time Ground Transportation Catherine Shimp info@ontimerides.comOverlea Fullerton Senior Center Patti McDonnell (Center Director) overleasc@baltimorecountymd.govParkview at Fullerton Christina Messercola parkviewfullerton@sheltergrp.comPerry Hall Chiropractic & PhysicalTherapy Dennis Travagline DRT468@aol.comPerry Hall Florist Kathy Sanner; Ken Sanner PerryhallFlorist@yahoo.comPlay It Again Sports Mike Szaroleta sales@playitagain-sports.comPrudential Financial Brian W. McCully Brian.McCully@prudential.comRe/Max American Dream Olga "Auggie" Chesser auggieC@remax.netRitas dba Just Chillin, Inc. Jill Harp jillharp@msn.comRosedale Federal Saving & LoanAssociation Nancy Alperstein nalperstein@rosedalefederal.comRossbach Private Wealth Management,LLC Mark A. Rossbach, CPA Mark.Rossbach@axa-advisors.comSt. Michaels the Archangel Corinna Sibiski csibiski@smoverlea.org Debra Thompson; Diane StratkaSams Club (GM) DaThomp.s06650.us@samsclub.com Lalita Prabhakar; Patricia J.Slavie Federal Savings Bank Zimmerman l.prabhakar@slavie.comState Farm Insurance / Jim McCray Jim McCray; Rhonda McCray jim@jimmccray.comStingray Social Media Services David Foertsch davidfoertsch@stingraysocial.comStreakfree Products Nancy Bagley; Karen Weber streakfreeproducts@comcast.netThe Arbor Sun Group, Inc. Donna Cameron, President dcameron@arborsun.com Martin J. Vittek, Sr.; Jessica L.The Artists Corner, Inc. Vittek glasdoc@verizon.netThe Clip Joint, Inc. Florence A. Wells florenceawells@verizon.netThe Maryland School for the Blind Mark Althoff; Casey Joyce MarkA@Mdschblind.orgWatermans Pride Seafood Christina Barcikowski; Tony Vicari WatermansPrideSeafood@gmail.comWhiteford, Taylor & Preston, L.L.P. Dennis M. Robinson, Jr. drobinson@wtplaw.comKiwanis Club of Parkville, Inc. Jerry Dohmeier; Kirk Enders 410-529-8870 (p)
  • OFBPA Newsletter July, 2011 OFBPA Event CalendarYou may have noticed the addition of a calendar link on OFBPAs webpage (see image above).When clicked, this image opens a shared Google Calendar that displays calendar entries fromOFBPA, Linover Improvement Association & Fullerton Fireworks. This calendar will be used goingforward as a reference point for major scheduled events for these organizations.In an effort to share as many events as possible with our readers, were opening the calendar toother business-related events. Hosting a networking event? Or a speaker? Maybe a fundraiser atyour place of business? Please tell us – well include it on the calendar. As well, if space permits(and the timing is right), well note the event in our monthly newsletter.If you have event updates that you would like OFBPA to share on our webpage calendar, pleaseprovide the following info via email to ofbpa@stingraysocial.com at least ten business days prior tothe event date (thats two weeks by calendar not including Sat or Sun.)What:When:Where:Brief Description:Cost:Reservation info, ticket ordering instructions, etc:Primary Contact Name:Primary Contact Email:Primary Contact Phone:If event is a fundraiser, provide non-profit name:File Attachments (if any):If your event is already built in one of the online event calendar tools such as Facebook Events,Evite, Eventbrite, LinkedIn Events, etc.) please also send the URL for the event. Well share it onthe appropriate social media sites to our followers.
  • OFBPA Newsletter July, 2011