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  • 04 Aug 2016 8:30 AM | Deleted user

    Vivid Salon - Bonnie Davis
    25 Magothy Beach Road, Pasadena, Maryland 21122
    Phone: 410-360-3373, Cell: 410-294-4238
    E-mail: VividSalonPasadena@gmail.com, www.wemakeitvivid.com

    Company Bio: Vivid Salon prides itself in using exclusively Redken and Pureology products. As a local family run business, Vivid Salon is community minded and a very proud sponsor of the Annual Cut-A-Thon to raise money for local charities. Board Trained and Certified Staff, long-standing relationships, and a sense of community are the core values and the reason Vivid Salon has enjoyed huge success in their new location.

    Five Star Cleaning Service, LLC - Frank Bundy
    Business Address: 8894 Fort Smallwood Road, Suite 15R, Pasadena, Maryland 21122
    E-mail : frnkbndy@gmail.com, www.FiveStarCleaningMD.com

    Company Bio: Five Star Cleaning Service was started in 1998 in Buffalo, NY. In 2010 I moved to Maryland and decided to restart the business. By handing out flyers, and cleaning houses myself, we've been able to grow into what we are today. We currently have 9 employees, and have moved into our office in Pasadena from our home. Our reputation in the Residential Cleaning Business is unsurpassed, and we're looking to expand our commercial cleaning portion of the business.

    Courtney Madeline Boutique, LLC - Courtney Ozarowski
    Business Address: 1760 Poplar Ridge Road, Pasadena, Maryland 21122
    E-mail : courtneymadelineboutique@yahoo.com,

    Company Bio: An online and mobile women's clothing boutique offering the latest trends and styles in fashion.

    Puppy Cuts By Jenna - Jenna Bobetich
    Business Address: 601 Baylor Road, Glen Burnie, Maryland 21061
    Cell: 443-9902102
    E-mail : puppycutsbyjenna@gmail.com, www.puppycutsbyjenna.com

    Company Bio: Our primary service is to provide gentle and loving care while providing quality grooming of pets. The uniqueness of the product is in the upscale nature of Puppy Cuts By Jenna to mimic that of a luxury beauty salon for your beloved pets, that comes right to your doorstep. The consumer who chooses our services is interested in providing their pet’s distinctive care in a positive environment that is pleasant to the pet and appealing to the Pet Owner. We will also provide for our customers unique products and healthy pet treats as an added doorstep bonus. Everyone deserves a good treat after a wonderful grooming experience.

  • 02 Aug 2016 3:16 PM | Deleted user

    The dog days of summer are well upon us already. I’ll keep my message short this month, because I am sure you would rather enjoy your cold beverage of choice instead of reading a long drawn out message from me.

    This is the time to dig down deep and make things happen for your business. It is easy to be on vacation mode this time of year and coast through the summer and chalk up a slow quarter to summer vacations. But it is also a great time to dig deep, build relationships and move your business forward. Before you know it, the 4th quarter of 2016 will be upon us and the time to plan for a strong finish to the year is now. So while you are out enjoying the summer, like we were at our annual crab feast at Kurtz’s beach a few weeks ago, or like we were at the 2nd annual Eastern District National Night Out on August 2nd, or at the monthly meeting held on August 3rd at Cheshire Crab, make sure you take the time to solidify your relationships with the community and with the other great business leaders of the PBA. These relationships will help your business grow and become and help it become an established and respected part of the Pasadena community.

    So finish your summer strong, build great relationships and have a great 4th quarter of 2016. See you soon.

    Jerry Nicklow, PBA President

    Huff Insurance
  • 29 Jul 2016 3:22 PM | Deleted user

    The PBA held a Ribbon Cutting for Lake Shore Pet Hospital in Lake Shore Plaza.  Lisa Hart from Arundel Federal Savings Bank presented a citation on behalf of the County Executive and Delegate Nic Kipke was there to present a citation for the District 31 Delegation.  Thanks to Nic who appears at all of our Ribbon Cuttings.  PBA President Jerry Nicklow presented a citation on behalf of the PBA and Kim Davidson presented a citation from BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport and one of the famous airplane pens. 

    Lake Shore Pet Hospital is a small animal hospital serving pets and their families in the community of Pasadena and surrounding Anne Arundel County area.  Dr Trevor W. Ashley has been in practicing veterinary medicine for over 15 years. Lake Shore Pet Hospital, opened in July of 2016, is a full-service, general veterinary practice located in Lake Shore Plaza in Pasadena, Maryland.  His veterinary team emphasizes the importance of preventive care and we offer affordable comprehensive wellness plans to help make sure your pet is protected from most preventable illnesses.

    Dr. Ashley and his team are proud to serve pets and their families in the community of Pasadena and in an effort to give back to the community we serve, a portion of the hospital's profits goes to local animal shelters and animal rescue organizations in the community.

  • 29 Jul 2016 3:18 PM | Deleted user

    Lisa Hart, Arundel Federal  and Sandi Parrish, PBA Executive Director

    We would like to say “Thank You” to BRIAN CONRAD from Edward Jones who has volunteered to be in charge of raising and lowering the Rt. 100 Veterans Memorial Flag. The flag sits on County property; we are notified by President Obama and Governor Hogan when to lower and raise the flag. This has become a full time job between the mass shootings & terrorist attacks.  We would also like to thank Scott EllisACE Hardware, Garry McWattersArundel Federal; Dick ParrishDick Parrish Design & Jerry NicklowHuff Insurance for their assistance this year. So when you’re driving past the flag and you see Brian out there taking care of it – give a beep to let him know that you appreciate his service to our community!

  • 25 Jul 2016 3:29 PM | Deleted user

    This year's crab feast on Wednesday, July 13 was another big success!

    Attendees enjoyed a feast of delicious, heavy crabs as well as a spread of wonderful food from the culinary masters at Kurtz's Beach. We were also excited to offer two new attractions at this year's gathering - a photo booth from Free State Photo Booth (special thanks to Katrina Williams), and a sports memorabilia auction table by LGC Sports Marketing (special thanks to Phil Walls).

    A huge thank you to our event sponsors - Edward Jones Financial Advisor, Coffee News Maryland, Gab Communications, Idea Weaver Promotions, Ace Hardware of Lake Shore, Arundel Federal Savings Bank, Frank & Bills Auto Collision and Huff Insurance. We would also like to thank John Mason and his staff at Kurtz's Beach for another great event. Mark your calendars for next year's crab feast which will take place on Wednesday, July 12!

    We need to thank Lisa Hart, Arundel Federal Savings Bank; Linda Loane, The Bank of Glen Burnie; Jerry Nicklow, Huff Insurance; Doug Cashmere, Ace Hardware & Hearth; Brad Davis, BB&T.

  • 11 Jul 2016 3:39 PM | Deleted user

    Q Marketing and Design - Christine Richardson
    7950 Fort Smallwood Rd., Baltimore, Maryland 21226
    E-mail : christine@qmarketinganddesign.com
    Website: www.qmarketinganddesign.com
    Phone:443-449-7500, Cell: 410-707-2404

    Q Marketing and Design is a digital, creative, brand management, marketing and graphic design firm. Contact us when it’s time to create, develop and promote your brand. We design, produce, and optimize websites and manage SEO and Pay Per Click campaigns. We concept, design, and produce logos, stationery, collateral materials, vehicle graphics, print ads, and signage. We’ll assist with media buying, planning special events, public relations and much, much more.

    Self Serve Sup - Jim High
    Business Address: 2015 Turkey Point Rd, Essex, Maryland 21221
    E-mail : jimhigh@baltimoreboatingcenter.com
    Website: www.selfservesup.com
    Phone: 410-404-3013, Cell: 410-463-2686, Fax: 410-687-8619

    Bringing Stand Up Paddleboarding to the Pasadena Area in a quick fast convenient way

    The Grounds Guys of Pasadena, MD - Richard Frankton, Jr
    Business Address: 8147 Silverado Court, Pasadena, Maryland 21122
    E-mail : drake0759@verizon.net, Website: will provide soon
    Phone: 443-623-2588, Cell: 442-623-2588

    Locally owned, The Grounds Guys is a full-service grounds care company. Our established systems allow us to deliver industry-leading lawn care and landscape solutions to commercial and residential clients. Built on a family tradition of caring, we are driven by a passion to exceed customer expectations and consistently deliver client satisfaction.

    Haas and Sons Electric Inc - Christopher Haas
    7655 Sherlock court, Pasadena, Maryland 21122
    E-mail : chaas@haasandsons.com, www.haasandsons.com
    Cell: 301-219-3223

  • 07 Jul 2016 8:53 PM | Deleted user

    We hope everyone checked their listing in the new directory posted at the very bottom of the PBA website home page. We have gone to print. We will provide cases at the August meeting for any PBA member who would like to put them in their business or distribute to the community. We want to thank all of the members who put their ads in the directory and especially Maureen Agro, Cityline Business Park for being the editor again this year. She spent many hours editing this Membership Directory and Community Guide. We also want to thank Lisa Hart, Arundel Federal Savings Bank for helping proofread again this year.

  • 30 Jun 2016 7:33 PM | Deleted user

    The PBA is holding our annual School Supply Drive. If you can put a box in your business to collect school supplies please let us know and we will provide you with a list of supplies and poster stating it is the PBA School Supply Drive. These school supplies stay in Pasadena and go to schools in the Northeast and Chesapeake Feeder Systems.

    Items they are always in need of:

    • Dry Erase Markers
    • 1”, 1 ½ “, 2”, 3” Binders (3 rings)
    • Pencil Pouches
    • Colored Pencils
    • Pencil Cases
    • Pencils
    • Dividers
    • Pocket Folders – 3 holes no brads
    • Plastic Folders – no brads, red, green, purple, yellow
    • Paper
    • Primary & Regular Composition Books
    • Folders with tabs
    • Glue Sticks
    • Coloring/activity books for Kindergarten
    • Large backpacks (high and middle school)
    • Small backpacks (elementary school)
    • Lunch box or lunch totes
    • Notebook paper
    • 1, 2, and 3 inch binders
    • Dividers for binders
    • Spiral notebooks
    • Composition books
    • Pens (black, blue, red)
    • #2 Pencils
    • Highlighters
    • Glue sticks
    • Index cards
    • Crayons
    • Colored pencils
    • Sketch pads
    • Flash drives
    • Blunt “Fiskars” scissors
    • Pencil case or pencil box
    • Washable markers
    • Dry erase markers
    • Pocket folders
    • Pocket folders with center prongs
    • Rulers (standard and metric)
    • Protractor/Compass
    • AAA batteries
    • Sticky notes
    • Large size paper plates
    • Cotton balls
    • Eraser caps
    • Pink rectangle erasers
    • Inexpensive ear buds and headphones (can be purchased at Dollar General)
    • Brown lunch bags

    Classroom supplies that each child is asked to donate:

    • Tissues
    • Hand sanitizer or liquid soap
    • Baby wipes
    • Ziploc bags (gallon, quart, sandwich sizes)
    • Reusable water bottle with pop-up sports top
    • Paper towels
    • Stickers to be used for rewards and grading

    If you would rather make a monetary donation we will shop for whatever is needed. You can make checks payable to PBA, and mail to PBA, PO Box 861, Pasadena, MD 21123. Thank you for your support.

  • 24 Jun 2016 4:38 PM | Deleted user

    Congratulations to the Pasadena area 5th graders who earned straight A’s on their report cards for the first 3 marking periods during the 2015 – 2016 school year. This was the 11th year the PBA Education Committee held the 5th Grade Straight-A Lunch. The PBA provided transportation through the C. Muhl Bus Company who took 86 students to Two Rivers Steak & Fish House where they were treated to lunch donated by the restaurant with dessert provided by Bruster’s Ice Cream. Many thanks to Paulette Morris who provided drawstring bags for each child. The bags were filled with goodies donated by PBA members along with citations from the PBA, elected officials, BWI Airport, and the Northern Chamber. Thanks to Macaroni Kid Pasadena Severna Park, Huntington Learning Center, and Brian Conrad of Edward Jones for goodies for the bags. Thanks to Katrina Krauss Photography/Free State Photo Booths for the funny props for the pictures and taking pictures of the event.

    Students who were honored from Bodkin Elementary include Noah Bowerman, Ty Downin, Olivia Elsis, Tristyn Fenner, Mackenzie Ferko, Natalie Forman, Ava Grant, Alexander Hayes, Reid Howard, Kyela Jacob, Eian Manalo, Morgan Mattare, Alexis Paul, Anastasia Quinn, Reggan Shoemaker, Nathan Wangdahl, Kate Ward, Lauren Widdowson, Addison Widmer. Dylan Leonard was the recipient from Ft. Smallwood. The students from High Point Elementary included Ellie Clegg, Lily Howell, Dylan Prince, and Jayden Shiflett. The Jacobsville recipients included Dakota Cyford, Riley Evans, Mackenzie Gray, Emma Haberkorn, Tina Ho, and Sydney Thatcher. The Lake Shore students were Alyssa Frasier, Isaac Neuenschwander, Ruth Stumpfoll, Tina Tinelli, and Julie Wheeler. Landry Burns, Jenna Caneff, Anika Coleman, Lillian Evans, Kristiana Laning, Rachael Zabko were the recipients from Pasadena Elementary. The Riviera Beach students were Ammeretta Ferguson, Brandon Hay, Mitchell Jones, Emma Robinson, Cynthia Rogers, Veda Stewart, Nicholas Wah, Alexander Wolf, and Daniel Wright. The Solley students included Camryn Blankenship, Makenzie Boyd, Jazmene Cantagallo, Caitlyn Cornwell, Emily Doyle, Haiey Gadow, Kyleigh Grantham, Darius Keffalas, Tyler Koo, Victoria Lin, Nicholas Newhouse, Addison Peichowiak, Aileena Reed, Faith Ringler, Gabrielle Rowley, Gabriel Stone, Avery Stratton, Grace Walko, and Kaelyn Wrightson. The St. Jane Frances students were Nathaniel Born, Lillian Bown, Mia Crimmins, Lawrence Dring, Annabella Goglia, Meghan Howard, Lucy Peters, Maureena Peters, Torie Simmons, Anton Uleckas-Meisinger, and Jason Wyatt. Students from Sunset Elementary included Lyndsay Bailey, Briana Burroughs, Bayleigh Keith, Carly Thompson, Kara Thursby, and MaxUpdegraff.

  • 20 Jun 2016 12:33 PM | Deleted user

    The Y in Pasadena held a Ribbon Cutting to announce the transition from Big Vanilla to the new, Y in Pasadena. The Y is a charitable organization in Central Maryland dedicated to developing the full potential of every individual through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all. They are committed to providing family-oriented, affordable, high quality programs that lead to every child and youth deepening positive values, their commitment to service and their motivation to learn. PBA was proud to be a part of the Ribbon Cutting and we welcome them to our business community.

    Thanks to Delegates Kipke and Simonaire, PBA President Jerry Nicklow, BWI Thurgood Marshall Business Relations Officer Mike Phennicie, and all of the PBA officers and board for helping the PBA’s commitment to our members.

Pasadena Business Association
P.O. Box 861, Pasadena, MD 21123-0861 | Phone: 410-360-4PBA | Fax: 410-544-7060 | pasadenabusinessassociation1@verizon.net 

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