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Chamber of Commerce
12320 Ocean Gateway
Ocean City, MD 21842
Eunice Q. Sorin Visitor & Conference Center May 2011
In Loving Memory Of Our Friend & Mentor
Ms. Eunice Q. Sorin
8.21.23 - 4.16.11
Eunice has meant so much to so many of us in a multitude of ways over the years. We will miss her smile &
her spark, but through all of our memories she will live on forever. So when you think of the emptiness you
feel without her here, share a story of her in your life and fill that space with feelings of love and laughter…..
SHE IS GONE
You can shed tears that she is gone
You can smile because she has lived
You can close your eyes & pray that she will come back
You can open your eyes and see all that she has left.
Your heart can be empty because you can’t see her
You can be full of the love that you shared.
You can turn your back on tomorrow and live yesterday
You can be happy for tomorrow because of yesterday.
You can remember her and only that she is gone
You can cherish her memory and let it live on.
You can cry & close your mind, be empty & turn back
You can do what she would want:
SMILE, OPEN YOUR EYES, LOVE & GO ON
A message from Eunice to all of her friends...Live, Love & Party
Director’s Message ……………….
I wanted to offer a tremendous thank you to all of the businesses that participated in the 4 th Annual
Business Marketplace! Lead sponsors included D3Corp, Seacrets and Comcast Spotlight.
Spotlight Tables were sponsored by:
A Change of Space Design Studio, ARK Systems, ASPIRE Worldwide, Atlantic Dental * Cosmetic & Family Dentistry, Austin Cox
Home Services, BNI of Maryland, Boat Lifts of Ocean City / TIKIMUNDO, C & N Designs, Clear Channel Outdoor, Comcast Spotlight,
Council for Educational Travel—CETUSA, WMDT—Delmarva 47 News, Delmarva Power, Express Tech Computer Co., Enterprise Rent -
A – Car, EWGA, I.M. Clifford * Pebble Flex, Innovative Benefit Solutions, KONE Elevators & Escalators, Laser Tone , Inc., Lower Shore
Enterprises, Mackenzie Travel International, MD Capital Enterprises & S.C.O.R.E., Matice Interactive, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney,
Myers Tool Rental & Parties Your Way, Nationwide Insurance, Oasis Travel, Ocean City Today, Overture Home Electronics, ReMax Pre-
mier Properties, St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, Social Media Architects, Telewire Communications, The Bank of Delmarva, Vantage Point
Solutions, and WAMS 105.1 FM 1590 AM The 80’s Channel
Goodie bags were provided by Comcast Spotlight and sponsored by:
Allstate Gismondi Insurance, ARK Systems, BB & T Mortgage, The Blue Ox Bar & Grill, Casino at Ocean Downs, Casual Designs,
Clear Channel Outdoor, Comcast Spotlight, Council for Educational Travel—CETUSA, D3 Corp—Web Solutions That Work, Delmarva
Two-Way Radio, The Original Greene Turtle, Pebble Flex, Joshua M. Freeman Foundation, Lower Shore Enterprises, Nationwide Insurance,
Ocean Princess, Inc., Original Smith Island Cake Company, Print Shack, Inc., and Worcester County Developmental Center.
What an exciting season that we have upon us for 2011! The chamber r Golf Tournament is just around the corner on May 25 th with the
pre-event party at BJs on the Water on the 24th from 6-8pm. Please get involved by putting in a team, attending the pre-event, sponsoring a
hole or donating an auction prize. We sincerely appreciate your support.
In addition, there are some new events that are coming to town events that are noteworthy. Springfest will kick off with free perform-
ances from Radio Disney’s ―Shake it Up‖ star Roshen Fegan and Radio Disney’s Next Big Thing season three winner Kicking Daisies.
There will be an opportunity to meet the stars and take pictures. This is a fantastic supplement to an already great event! In addition to the Air
Show coming back in June, we can also look forward to the Dew Tour Coming July 21 st -24th. This event presents a unique opportunity to
connect area businesses with a nationally televised event! Get updates on the Tour at www.allisports.com
Finally, I would like to offer the sincerest condolences to the family and friends of our namesake, Eunice Q. Sorin. Eunice was a gem, a
one of a kind lady and a generous soul. She will be missed.
Warm spring wishes,
Coastal Hospice Thrift Shop Ribbon Cutting
April 5, 2011
Ward Museum offers
May 12, 2011
new audio tour
The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury University,
presents its new audio tour. Museum visitors can now use the
Johnny’s Pizza new audio tour in addition to a docent tour which are both free
to the public.
56th Street Stations are spread throughout the permanent exhibits as well
as along the nature trail around
Schumaker Pond to give visitors a
8:00 am Check-In chance to move through the museum at
their own pace. Stations provide nar-
8:30 - 9:30 rated information about the museum,
Breakfast & Speaker exhibits and artists among other inter-
esting topics. This project was sup-
ported by the Charles and Eleanor
Devin Clark from Key Advisors Bounds Memorial Fund.
Answers to long-term care The Ward Museum audio tour uses Orpheo Classic guides
insurance questions which are widely used in Europe and are gaining popularity in
the United States as well. They are available at the gift shop
desk and are free to use with a valid picture ID. The hand-held
$12 Per Person guides are easy to use, and staff is trained to help visitors get
started with the audio devices. Once visitors are finished with
the audio tour, they can return the guides to the gift shop
where they will have their picture ID returned to them.
For more information call 410-742-4988 or visit the Ward Mu-
seum Web site at www.wardmuseum.org.
Worcester’s Most Beautiful People
Tuesday, April 5, the Worcester County Commissioners and Volun-
teer Services Manager Cyndy Howell recognized the contributions of area
volunteers during the 2011 Worcester County’s Most Beautiful People
(WCMBP) Volunteer Awards Ceremony.
This celebration honored 15 individuals and two organizations recog-
nized by Worcester County for their ongoing service to the community.
Individuals recognized by Worcester County included Fred Fields,
Lanny and Kay Hickman, Sue Hoshino, Patricia Johnstone, Mary LaCurts,
Rita Lawson, Coleen Mister, Arlene and Ted Page, Barbara Passwater,
Pearl Purnell, Stephen Rosen, Alice Tweedy and Corrine Wall. The two
groups recognized included Lower Shore Court Appointed Special Advo-
cates (CASA) and Maryland Coastal Bays Program Water Monitor Volun-
These outstanding individuals and organizations are among the 1.3
million Maryland volunteers whose combined volunteer hours represent a
worth of $4 billion this past year.
―We always comment about the beautiful resources here, like the
beaches, but the largest resource we have by far is our volunteers,‖ said
Howell. ―The contributions of these outstanding individuals make it possi-
ble to provide public services that might otherwise be too costly to pro-
Worcester County Government is extremely grateful for each of the
countless volunteers who dedicate their time, talent, and resources day in
and day out to improve the lives of those around them. It is these individu-
als and groups, whose good works often go unnoticed by the general pub-
lic, who make Worcester County such a wonderful place to call home.
For more information on volunteering in Worcester County, contact
Cyndy Howell at (410) 632-0090.
AGH CELEBRATES OPENING OF INFUSION CENTER
Atlantic General Hospital and Health System associates, medical staff, and
board celebrate the opening of its new Outpatient Infusion Center. Outpa-
tient Infusion Center staff and several of its patients, along with hospital
CEO Michael Franklin, cut the ribbon to officially open the center to the
community. For more information about the Outpatient Infusion Center at
Atlantic General Hospital, visit www.atlanticgeneral.org/cancercare.
Pictured left to right: Todd
Hershey, AGH Foundation
Board Chair, Carole Spurrier,
hostess of this year’s event,
and Kim Ruark-Mihaly, AGH
Chair. Greg and Carole Spur-
rier will host Atlantic General
Hospital’s 18th Anniversary
Celebration in their water-
front home at The Point in Ocean Pines May 19. Gary Beach from Micky
Fins will be catering the event again this year. For more information about
the event, contact the Development Office at 410-641-9644.
Kyle Morgan, Owner and Sales Director
of Mercantile Processing Inc.
named SBA Young Entrepreneur
Award Winner for 2011
Mercantile Processing Inc. is proud to announce that Kyle Mor-
gan, Owner and Director of Sales and Marketing, has been honored
with the SBA Young Entrepreneur Award for 2011. Kyle is the Chair
of the Ocean City Chamber Young Professional Committee.
Mercantile Processing Inc. is a locally owned Delaware company.
Based in Sussex County, MPI’s home office is in Fenwick Island, DE.
MPI serves the Delmarva area as a credit card processing broker, pay-
roll solution provider, credit card terminal and ATM reseller, and Bring your 2011
gift/loyalty card program supplier.
Initially working as an independent sales agent, Kyle became
knowledgeable in rate structures and sales strategy. He obtained his
business license in June of 2007 and began operating as Mercantile
Processing Inc. Kyle has been able to give back to Delaware by hiring to the Visitors Center!
two full time employees and half of his subcontractor staff that are The Visitors Center is
also Delaware residents. His partnership with multiple community
associations allows him to cater to business needs with excellent and getting busy!
reliable customer service, a testament to his business practices.
Servicing small businesses, restaurants, hotels, and seasonal mer-
chants, Mercantile Processing Inc. also has the ability to broker for As a member of the
state and federal institutions, large businesses, and cash advance com-
panies. Customer service is most important to MPI. Mercantile Proc- Chamber, we will display brochures for
essing Inc. strives to provide local, helpful customer service to all of your business in our Rt. 50 Visitors Center.
For more information about how Mercantile Processing Inc can
help your business, please contact 1-877-508-2831. MPI is also proud
to introduce its new sales site www.mpiprocessinginc.com
May 5, 2011
Quiet Storm Surf Shop
Ribbon Cutting Business After Hours
5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
It’s Cinco de Mayo !!!
Happy Hours Prices
Great door prizes!!
Special drawing for those who present
their Chamber Membership Card
At The Clarion Fontainbleau
Join us for a fun time and food that’s delish!
Welcome New Members !
Crab Alley The Palette
Kelli Conroy www.craballey.com Phil Cropper www.thepaletterestaurant.com
9703 Golf Course Road, Ocean City, MD 21842 104 West Green Street, Snow Hill, MD 21863
(410) 213-7800 Referred By: Elaine Davidson (410) 632-0055 Referred By: Michelle Myers Melson
Ladybug Pest Management, Inc. Inlet Sea Doos, Inc.
Sandy Honess www.ladybugpm.com Becky Andrew
15307 Britts Lane, Delmar, DE 19940 710 S. Philadelphia Ave., Ocean City, MD 21842
(302) 846-2295 Referred By: Sal Fasano, Jr. (410) 289-1488 www.inletseadoos.com
Mainstay Publishing InterExchange, Inc.
Lisa Sanderson Larry Rothchild
Ocean City, MD 21842 161 Sixth Avenue, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10013
(302) 223-6636 www.mainstaypublishing.com (917) 305-5430 www.interexchange.org
1 Stop Property Watch Kone Elevators & Escalators
Lisa Zweifel Bob Libertini www.kone.com
Ocean City, MD 21842 7670 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd., Baltimore, MD 21060
(410) 213-0313 www.onestopwatch.com (410) 766-2100 Referred By: Michelle Ford
I.M. Clifford & Associates, Inc. Austin Cox Home Services
John Wood Austin Cox www.austincoxhomeservices.com
Ocean City, MD 21842 Salisbury, Ocean City & Surrounding Area
(410) 733-6653 Referred By: Buck Mann (410) 334-6406
OC Jams, LLC - DBA OC BikeFest Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Cliff Sutherland Neil Stegman
Ocean City, MD 21842 11809 Ocean Gateway, Ocean City, MD 21842
(304) 284-8244 www.ocbikefest.com (410) 213-0886 (800) 736-8222 www.enterprise.com
Delmarva Horse Back Riding Adventures Peninsula Auto & Truck Parts
Diane Bolten Lauren Laws
215 Limpet Drive, Horntown, VA 23395 10126 Old Ocean City Blvd., Berlin, MD 21811
(908) 208-8335 (410) 726-0909 Referred By: Melanie Pursel
Manpower, Inc. Ocean Lodge Hotel
Chris Maas Shery Griffith oceanlodgehotel.net
274 Tilghman Road,Salisbury, MD 21804 801 North Philadelphia Ave, Ocean City, MD 21842
(410) 742-8861 www.manpower.com 443-664-2379 Referred By: Spiro Baus
C.V.C. Helicopter Service, Inc. Suns of the Beach
Ocean City Airport Douglas Balch www.ocsunsofthebeach.com
West Ocean City, MD 21842 1804 N. Philadelphia Ave., Ocean City, MD 21842
(302) 659-5550 www.cvchelicopterservice.com (410) 289-1919 Referred By: Anne Marie Conestabile
Sue Clemens Met Life Home Loans
Silpada Designs Representative Kari Story
Ocean City, MD 21842 5000 Coastal Hwy. Ste. 6, Ocean City, MD 21842
(215) 378-8837 www.mysilpada.com/sue.clemens (443) 614-6286 www.karistory.com
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Delmarva Small Business Magazine MWS Contracting, LLC.
Lillian Harrison Mark Shipley
The Delmarva Peninsula Ocean City, Berlin & surrounding area
(877) 868-6909/text 102 www.delmarvasmallbusiness.com Ocean City, MD 21842 (410) 726-0637 MWScontracting.com
C&N Design Coin's Pub & Restaurant
Chuck Dofflemyer 28th Street & Coastal Hwy, Ocean City, MD 21842
5 Nottingham Lane, Ocean Pines, MD 21811 (410) 289-3100
(410) 208-9477 Referred By: Nancy Dofflemyer
Paddle House Outfitters
Casual Designs Andrew Grossman
Terry Bell 11950 Ocean Gateway, Grey's Corner Road
Rt. 50, Berlin, MD 21811 Ocean City, MD 21842 www.paddlehouseoutfitters.com
(410) 629-1717 (888) 629-1717
Amped Riders Association Jenra LLC
Garry Moore Ray Horwath
102 Railroad Avenue, Berlin, MD 21811 43 Tail of the Fox Drive, Berlin, MD 21811
(443) 513-4286 www.ampedriders.net (410) 208-4348 www.jenrahomeservices.com
Matice Interactive US Foodservice Philadelphia
Mary Doak Chris Taggart
212 W. Main Street, Salisbury, MD 21801 2255 High Hill Rd., Bridgeport, NJ 8014
(410) 858-4775 (877) 628-4234 www.maticeinteractive.com (302) 345-3070 (800) 336-3313
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A Message from the Governor
Innovate, Educate, Rebuild & Restore
Yesterday I joined Senate President Miller, Speaker Busch, Lt. Governor
Brown and many other special guests for the first bill signing just hours af-
ter the end of this year's legislative session. I'd like to thank the members of
the General Assembly for their hard work, dedication and civil discourse
during 90 tough days.
Over the course of this session, we've made some vital progress for the
people of our State – finding ways to work together and take a significant
step forward in generating capital for our businesses, expanding healthcare
to more Marylanders, and creating jobs for our families.
Together, we passed a fiscally responsible budget that cuts nearly a
billion dollars in additional spending and supports nearly 15,000 jobs rebuilding our schools and infrastructure. We've also
strengthened our innovation economy with InvestMaryland – a $100 million tax credit to fuel venture capital and create jobs.
As a leader in innovation, science and discovery, we've invested in the Biotech Tax Credit, increased funding for stem cell re-
search, incentivized the purchase of electric vehicle charging equipment, expanded access to credit for small businesses, and se-
cured funds for Maryland's film industry to bring jobs and revenue to our state.
In an effort to protect jobs for our families, we've also provided necessary funding for Maryland's horse racing industry to save
thousands of horse and agriculture related jobs. And as school lets out for the summer, we're supporting more than 900 summer
jobs for our teenagers.
In this fight for our economic future, we are in a battle for jobs and opportunity. The states that win will be those that spur innova-
tion and protect key priorities. To make Maryland a winner, we must we must educate, innovate, rebuild, and restore.
Social Media Architects Helps Small Business Manage Online Marketing
Social Media Architects of Delmarva is now open for business. The newly formed social media marketing agency is a partnership between
Social Media Expert Ira Wolfe and Marketing & PR Consultant Deserie Lawrence.
When Wolfe and Lawrence first met, they shared similar stories about their clients’ frustration with keeping up and managing their social me-
dia marketing campaigns. ―Opening social networking site accounts might be free and easy,‖ Wolfe contends, ―but success does not come
without effort. Adding a few social media icons to your website and posting an occasional sale announcement on Facebook is not social media
Just a few years ago, a website with a few good keywords was good enough for a business to be found when customers searched. Today a
website just sits there unless a business is ―serving fresh content daily,‖ according to Lawrence. A robust social media presence is a require-
ment if a business expects to be seen and heard. ―If a business isn’t engaging and interacting with customers, the silence is deafening,‖ Law-
rence tells her clients. Wolfe agrees: ―A website without a social media plan is the equivalent of an attrac-
tive 4-color print brochure stored in a closet –it doesn’t do a thing if no one sees it.‖
Social Media Architects delivers a simple solution for marketing a business online - offer fresh, relevant con-
tent. ―It doesn’t really matter what you say and where you say it as long as a customer finds value in it and
… you feed the social media monster frequently,‖ says Wolfe. ―Social media marketing done right is afford-
able and effective. The other option is Pay-Per-Click (PPC) programs such as Google Adwords. PPC unfor-
tunately is trying to buy your way to the top. It’s the lazy man’s approach to marketing and gets expensive.
It’s also not sustainable – once you stop paying, your online marketing comes to a screeching halt with new
Wolfe’s personal experience is a testament to how a small business can leverage social media marketing and outrank much larger competitors
who have much bigger budgets and more staff.
As the president and founder of a small business (Success Performance Solutions), he personally engineered his company’s website into the
top 3 percent of all websites in the United States and has been recognized as one of the top bloggers in the human resources industry. For the
past two years, Wolfe has been sharing his experience by teaching social media workshops and classes to local business people at local Cham-
bers of Commerce, Wor-Wic Community College, and SBDC at Salisbury University. Lawrence also has been incorporating social media into
her clients’ and employers’ marketing plans. ―The time for talk is over,‖ she says. ―Reputation management and brand awareness are not just
buzz words anymore; they are critical functions required to protect and grow a company’s customer assets.‖
About Social Media Architects
Social Media Architects of Delmarva is a boutique social media marketing agency that offers small business help in designing and building a brand awareness
strategy and/or managing and monitoring everything from blogging and mobile messaging to coordinating a Tweet-up for a special event. Wolfe and Law-
rence can be reached at 4HELP-94411 or (443-579-4411) or by visiting their website/blog, Facebook, or Twitter pages at:
April Event Time Location
May 5 Business After Hours 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Clarion (Horizons)
May 5-8 Springfest OC Inlet
May 10 Membership Committee 3:00 p.m. OC Chamber
May 10 Ambassador Committee 5:30 p.m. OC Chamber
May 11 Young Professionals Committee 9:00 a.m. OC Chamber
May 11 Grand Opening /Ribbon Cutting 4:00 p.m. Smokers BBQ Rt. 611
May 12 OC Business Breakfast 8:00 a.m. Johnny’s Pizza, 56th St.
May 15 Finance Committee 8:30 a.m. OC Chamber
May 19 Exec. Committee 8:30 a.m. OC Chamber
May 19 Board Meeting 9:00 a.m. OC Chamber
May 20 Golf Committee 9:00 a.m. OC Chamber
May 20 Ribbon Cutting Afternoon TBA Best Aquatics
May 28 Grand Opening / Ribbon Cutting 11:00 a.m. Brianna’s Banana’s
Business After Hours at BJs
Quality Craftsmanship Built To Last
Residential & Commercial Services
& Air Conditioning Technicians
8161 Memory Gardens Lane
Hebron, MD 21830
CALL US TODAY!
April 21, 2011
Town of Ocean City Room Tax Analysis
2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 % change from prior
JULY 3,080,822 * 3,066,740 3,366,068 9.76 %
AUGUST 2,643,812 * 2,552,166 2,679,042 4.97 %
SEPTEMBER 944,286 * 1,074,978 1,019,717 -5.14 %
OCTOBER 349,907 * 401,804 370,118 -7.89 %
NOVEMBER 147,671 * 133,006 136,886 2.92 %
DECEMBER 91,665 * 100,440 91,748 -8.65 %
JANUARY 119,122 117,039 125,102 6.89 %
FEBRUARY 157,536 128,551 165,570 28.8 %
MARCH 184,596 221,318
APRIL 349,367 391,487
MAY 893,215 860,579
JUNE 2,054,046 2,178,795
TOTALS 11,016,045 11,226,904 7,954,250 5.01 %
* Includes one half % decrease in tax beginning June 1, 2009
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24th Annual Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament
May 25, 2011 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Ocean City Golf Club, Newport Bay
Teams of 4 are $800 which includes golf and cart, goodie bag,
logoed shoe bag, lunch, dinner, beer on course and team picture.
$40 for each team for 4 mulligans
11:00 to 11:30 Registration
12:00 Lunch (accoustical entertainment)
1:00 Shotgun Start
6:00 Dinner and Prizes
On-course Orange Crushes sponsored by Harborside
On-course beer sponsored by Carey Distibuters (Miller Lite and Coors Light)!
A full "Cook Out" style lunch buffet provided by PNC Bank with a fabulous dinner provided by Osborns Westside Grill.
Live entertainment during and after dinner!
Register your team today at www.oceancity.org
Or call the OC Chamber at 410-213-0552 for more information.
Spouses and friends are invited afterwards for dinner, dancing and live, silent and Chinese auctions, all for only $20 per person.
RSVP to the chamber at 410-213-0144.
A portion of ALL proceeds will be dedicated to
the Eunice Q. Sorin Chamber Scholarship fund!!
Do you want to reach as many
potential guests as possible?
Do you want to do it at an
Then the OC Chamber
Leads List is right for you!!!
.10 cents a name excel format The Commissioners congratulate eighth grade student Jack
.13 cents a name for labels Myers at their April 5, 2011 meeting for receiving the 2010
Youth Athlete Good Sports Award by the Mid-Atlantic Recrea-
Currently 5,000 names available
tion and Parks Sports Alliance (MARPSA). Avery Nelson, who
was unable to attend the meeting, received the 2010 Coaches
Call Vera Spalt 410.213.0144 ext. 103
Good Sports Award.
OCEAN CITY, MD
PERMIT NO. 115
The Greater Ocean City, Maryland Chamber of Commerce
"Where Business is a Pleasure"
The mission of the Greater Ocean City Chamber of Commerce is to provide community leadership in the promotion and support of economic development and the continued growth
of tourism in Ocean City. The Chamber serves as a hub for development, education and communication within the business community to preserve the viability, quality of life and
aesthetic values of our town.
Officers 2010-2011 Chamber Staff
Ruth Waters - President Melanie Pursel, Executive Director
Harrison Group Resort Hotels Lisa Dennis, Events Director/ Newsletter/Web
Tom Perlozzo -President Elect Danielle Davis, Financial Officer
Mid - Atlantic Marketing Nancy Schwendeman - Publications Manager
Buck Mann - Vice President
Vera Spalt - Membership Services
Madlyn Carder—Secretary / Treasurer
BJ’s on the Water
John Gehrig - Past President Visitors Center Staff
D3 Corp Angie Krause Brittany Sharp
Cynthia Maruffo Debbie Haas
Directors 2010 – 2011 Virginia Harris Sandy Patrick
Patricia Ilczuk-Lavanceau - Comcast Spotlight
Jamie Albright - Planet Maze / LaserTron
Michelle Myers - Melson - Myer’s Tool Rental
Bob Thompson - Ocean Pines Association Community Representatives
Brett Wolf - Professional Mortgage Services Economic Development Committee
Toni Keiser - Atlantic General Hospital Hotel-Motel-Restaurant Association
Liz Gregory - Gregory & Associates Downtown Association
Jay Knerr—The Kite Loft Boardwalk Development Association
Adam Osborn - Carrabbas Town of Ocean City
Joni Waldych - Innovative Benefit Solutions Ocean City Development Corporation