Pasadena Business Association
Great Businesses Making A Great Community

  • 07 Dec 2017 10:18 PM | Deleted user

    A Second in Time Consignment - Janet Miller
    3820 Mountain Road, Suite A1, Pasadena, MD 21122
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    3820 Mountain Road, Suite A1, Pasadena, Maine 21012
    Phone:410-255-0060, Cell: 203-745-9499,

    RE/MAX Executive - Beverly Harkum Locantore
    Business Address: 8432 Veterans Highway, Millersville, Maryland 21108
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    Phone:443-274-1946, Cell: 443-463-2501, Fax: 443-274-1947

    Company Bio:
    SOLD is my favorite 4 letter word! I am the KEY to the home of your dreams! I absolutely love selling real estate. I have been selling real estate since 2005. I am an Associate Broker with RE/MAX Executive. I was born, raised and still reside in Pasadena, Md. the county of Anne Arundel. I sell in many of the counties through-out Maryland. And I have a large networking group of real estate professionals through-out the state, country and world. I can and will assist you with all your real estate needs wherever they may be!§ion=username

    Texas Roadhouse - Meghan Hewitt
    Business Address: 4465 Mountain Rd, Pasadena, Maryland 21122
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    Phone:443- 977- 5050,

    Company Bio:
    It all began on February 17, 1993, when Kent Taylor opened the first Texas Roadhouse in Clarksville, Indiana. Kent’s goal was to own not just a family restaurant and not just a steak restaurant, but a place where everyone, of all ages, could come and have a great meal and great fun for a great price. We like to brag about our Hand-Cut Steaks, Fall-Off-The-Bone Ribs, Made-From-Scratch Sides, and Fresh-Baked Bread. Everything we do goes into making our hearty meals stand out. We handcraft almost everything we serve. We provide larger portions so you get more food for your dollar. And if you want an Ice Cold Beer or Legendary Margarita to wash it all down — well, we have those, too. Our food’s not the only thing that’s Legendary at the Roadhouse — our fun is too! From our line dancers to our jukebox to our friendly servers, you’ll enjoy every second you spend in a Texas Roadhouse. At Texas Roadhouse our team has an incredible sense of pride in everything we do. Our passion ensures you have a Legendary Experience every time. Because of our passion for our guests and our communities, our team members are involved outside the restaurants in their local communities as a way to give back. The Texas Roadhouse story is simple. Legendary Food, Legendary Service® — all with lots of Legendary Fun!

    US Health Advisors - Michael Lapriola
    Business Address: 309 Sourwood Court, Millersville, Maryland 21108
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    Phone:410-707-7892, Cell: 410-707-7892,

    Company Bio:
    US Health Advisors helps people, especially small business owners and the self employed find affordable Health Care Plans. We offer an Affordable alternative to The Affordable Care Act. Our Mission is to protect our customers from financial hardship due to unforeseen illness or injury. We provide peace of mind in keeping the promise of financial protection afforded by our insurance coverage.

    Young Living - Debbie Napierala
    Business Address: 131 Brookfield Road, Pasadena, Maryland 21122
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    Company Bio:
    As the world leader in essential oils, Young Living provides the finest oils available through our Seed to Seal process. Our products are designed to help you find an oasis of freedom with a feeling of well-being, both physically and mentally. Experience the benefits of the pure essence of nature through our products, as they support your body, calm you bust environment, and uplift your spirit. Your selected category(s): This could also go under specialty shops

    The UPS Store #1881 Lake Shore Plaza – William “Billy” Garver
    4157 Mountain Road, Pasadena, MD 21122
    Phone: 410-437-9286, Cell: 443-852-2251, Fax: 410-437-9349

    Company Bio:
    Shipping, Freight Services, Business Services, Printing, Faxing, Mailboxes (personal or business). Category: Shipping Services and Printing Services

    Plan.Business - James Hernandez
    Online Business
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    Phone:(240)328-3791, Cell: (240) 328-3791

    Company Bio:
    Providing small and medium sized business to stay in business and grow using online surveys to keep happy customer and to find new ones.

    The Creative Agent - James Bowerman
    Business Address: 1451 Thies Dr, Pasadena, MD 21122
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    Cell: 410-9718004

    Company Bio:
    I'm a real estate agent with a passion for technology, marketing and good design. A lifelong Maryland resident living in AACo.

    Brow Craft Boutique - Meagan Lusby
    Business Address: 8096 Edwin Raynor Blvd, Ste B, Pasadena, MD 21122
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    Company Bio:
    Brow Craft Boutique is a privately owned studio located in Pasadena, Maryland. Currently At Brow Craft Boutique we offer aesthetic services including microblading, permanent makeup, teeth whitening, and various other lash and brow services. Our number one priority is the health and safety of our clients. We are licensed and insured. Our studio is always held to a high standard of cleanliness and sanitation. In the studio you'll see all of our licenses and certifications clearly displayed.

  • 30 Nov 2017 4:56 PM | Deleted user

    Since the slate of Officers and Board Members is not contested there is no need for an election.

    Doug Cashmere – ACE Hardware – President
    Brian Conrad – Edward Jones – Vice President
    Linda Loane – Pasadena Pawn & Gun – Treasurer
    Angela Balsamo – Coffee News – Secretary

    Sam Tanner - Keller Williams Realty – incumbent

    Paulette Morris – Idea Weaver Promotions, Inc.
    Christine Richardson – Q Marketing  & Design
    Dr. Christine Calvert, DVM – Calvert Veterinary Center

    Remaining on the Board of Directors for another year are Lisa Hart, Arundel Federal Savings Bank; Ruth Toomey, An Extraordinar Limousine; and Mary Brodowski, BB&T.

  • 16 Nov 2017 4:39 PM | Deleted user

    The weather was a cold 40 degrees on Nov. 11th for our 7th annual Veteran’s Day ceremony at the Rt. 100 Memorial Flag. It took many hands to make this a memorable day for our Veteran’s and active military. We want to “Thank” each and every one for attending, if it wasn’t for all of you we would not be afforded the freedoms that we each enjoy. We thank you for your service to our country and our community.

    The Solley Cluster Girl Scouts that took over where the boy scouts left off; worked side by side with Himmels Farm & Garden & Ft. Meade Chief Petty Officers under the direction of Dotti Snyder, Retired Chief Kirk Towner, Adrienne Trout & Amanda Smith.

    Northeast Vocal Ensemble under the direction of Sara DelSignor provided a wonderful array of patriotic songs throughout the ceremony. This was their 2nd year participating in the ceremony and they did a beautiful job, we thank you all.

    We thank the students from Bodkin, Jacobsville & Pasadena Elementary schools for providing each veteran & active military “Thank you” cards & handmade wreaths. I will say that this was highlight of the day; I heard from several that they have the cards & wreaths proudly displayed in their homes for all to see.

    We thank Rev. Henry Simon from Galilee Lutheran Church for presiding, The US Navy Honor Guard for the presentation of colors; Major Rick Barnes MD Defense Force Band for sounding “Taps” and Del. Nic Kipke for donating & paying tribute to WWII Veteran Sam Kemp (1920-2017) for his donation of the Flag, Flag Pole & Memorial Stone in 1993. Army Veteran Charlie Johns for his continued effort in keeping the area cut, trimmed & providing transport to and from the parking lot. Maher’s Florist for providing the wreath; Bay Country Rentals for the seating; Dick Parrish Design for the sound system; JB Machine for the electric & stage and Arundel Federal SB for the flags that were handed out, Paulette Morris Idea Weaver Promotions for the Veterans gifts & Vince Kelly FT Graphics for cannon signs.

    We would also like to thank newcomers to the group the 29th Division Association who were instrumental in getting the 105MM Howitzers artefactual loans from the US Army; Odber Chapter Warfighters MC laying of the wreath and Colby Burl, local resident and WWII reenactor for bringing his collection of WWII & Vietnam artifacts for all to see.

    Special thanks go out to County Executive Steve Schuh; Senator Brian Simonaire; Delegate Nic Kipke, Retired Scout Master Dan Demers; Dalton Nicklow Chesapeake HS & Morgan Mooney Mt. St. Joe who have been assisting the PBA with every event that we have held this year working towards their community service credits. Special thanks also to AA Co Rec. & Parks and AA Co Police for their participation.

    As you can see it takes many hands to coordinate this ceremony for our community and on behalf of the flag committee Mike Jacobs JB Machine, Sandi Parrish PBA Ex. Director. Jerry Nicklow Huff Ins., Army Veteran Lois Gallagher Send out Cards & Lisa Hart Arundel Federal SB we pray for the continued safety of our military Brothers & Sisters.

    Donations to the flag fund are welcome PBA Flag Fund PO BOX 861, Pasadena MD 21123-0861.
    God Bless America

  • 13 Nov 2017 7:35 PM | Deleted user

    Thanks to everyone who helped make this year’s parade another great success! What a great afternoon it turned out to be. Henry Schmidt, The Hancock’s Resolution Foundation and Friends of Hancock’s Resolution were our grand marshals this year. What a treasure we have in Pasadena.

    We want to thank all of this year’s corporate sponsors – ACE Hardware & Hearth, Bay Country Rentals, Calvert Veterinary Center, Cityline Business Park, Frank & Bills Auto Collision Center, Friends of Downs Park, The Gable Company, Huff Insurance, Kurtz's Beach, Pasadena Pawn & Gun, P3 Paintball, Maryland Yacht Club as well as our community sponsors - Friends of Judge Mark Crooks, Jim Fredericks for Sheriff, and AM PM Marine.

    Also thanks to Himmel’s Farm & Garden for providing the décor, flowers and hay bales for the reviewing station, Delegate Nic Kipke for again being our emcee, and the Anne Arundel County Police & Reserve officers for maintaining traffic. Mark your calendar’s for the first Sunday in November next year – we’ll be back!

    After the parade concluded, we went to Chesapeake Christian Center to unload the food. Special thanks to the Northeast High School football team for helping with this unloading process. Thanks to Gable, Lauer’s Supermarket, and the community we were able to supply seven Pasadena church pantries. We want to thank the church members from Chesapeake Christian Center, Our Lady of the Chesapeake, Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Magothy United Methodist Church, and Community United Methodist Church for helping me sort all of the food.

    For those that complain about the traffic for the two hours of the parade please look at the good this parade does other than just having fun. Food from this parade feeds many in our local neighborhoods who are in need. The picture below is the amount of food one pantry received—and we did this 7 times. AWESOME!

  • 05 Nov 2017 7:13 PM | Deleted user

    PBA presented a citation to Laura Gratton of Ms. Waterproofer, Inc., 4730 Mountain Road, Suite 12, for her Ribbon Cutting. Northern AA County Chamber of Commerce CEO Fran Schmidt presented a citation on behalf of the District 31 Delegation, Patrick Mulford presented on behalf of Councilman Derek Fink, Sandi Parrish presented for the PBA, and Beth Nowell presented for the NAACC.

    If you are in need of waterproofing give Laura a call. We welcome her to the PBA and the Pasadena Business Community.

  • 01 Nov 2017 6:34 PM | Deleted user
    Cuckhoo Web Design - Jeff Tucker
    271 Magothy Blvd, Pasadena, Maryland 21122
    Phone: 410-421-7189, Cell: 410-271-5988
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    Company Bio: Cuckhoo, a Anne Arundel County Web Design & Digital Marketing Agency servicing Annapolis, Maryland, a local Annapolis creative digital agency. Creating digital presentations which Anne Arundel County customers love, appreciate and enjoy the most. We have 100's of satisfied web design clients in Maryland and around the US and earned ourselves a reputation of being affordable and efficient in avoiding waste like other Anne Arundel County digital agencies out there.

    Proposal to Promise - Teresa Owens
    8141-C Ritchie Hwy, Pasadena, Maryland 21122
    Phone: 410-409-8225
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    Company Bio: Opening in early 2018, Proposal to Promise will offer wedding gowns and accessories not available anywhere in the Delmarva area.

    Tilghman Design & Marketing - Barb Tilghman
    315 Rock Springs Court, Pasadena, Maryland 21122
    Phone: 443-604-3980
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    Pampered Chef - Barbara Ashman
    100 Homeland Rd, Pasadena, Maryland 21122
    Cell: 410-375-9469
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    Company Bio: I'm an independent consultant with Pampered Chef since 2013. Availability includes cooking parties, virtual parties, online sales, vendor events and fundraisers. The Pampered Chef company, founded in 1980 by Doris Christopher, offers over 500 high-quality kitchen products.

    Ms. Waterproofer, Inc. - Laura Gratton
    Business Address: 4730 Mountain Road, Suite 12 , Pasadena, Maryland 21122 Phone: 443-637-7802, Cell: 410-971-0336
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    Company Bio: Professional Waterproofing Solutions with Integrity! Owner has 25 + years experience in the waterproofing and foundation repair industry. We offer a LIFETIME WARRANTY! 100% Financing Available! All major credit cards accepted. FREE ESTIMATES! Basement & Crawlspace Waterproofing*Crawlspace Encapsulation*Mold Testing & Remediation*Structural & Foundation Repair (Very active in our community.)
  • 30 Oct 2017 7:10 PM | Deleted user

    PBA held two ribbon cuttings Ace Hardware & Hearth to celebrate their grand reopening after their remodeling of both the Pasadena and Glen Burnie locations. Delegate Nic Kipke, Kara Contino representing Senator Bryan Simonaire, Sara Gannon representing C ounty Executive Steve Schuh, Councilman Derek Fink, CEO Fran Schmidt – NAACCC, and PBA President Jerry Nicklow presented citations to the Costello family at the Lake Shore store.

    Delegate Mark Chang, Sara Gannon representing County Executive Steve Schuh, Councilman John Grasso, Beth Nowell from NAACC and the PBA presented citations to the Costello family at the Crain Highway store.

    We have a great partnership with Ace Hardware & Hearth. They are always there to lend a hand whenever the PBA needs something accomplished. They help with almost every event or function and we thank them so much. We are very pleased that the Costello Family has continued that same community commitment. The Costello’s are a great family and we are happy to include them in our community.

  • 27 Oct 2017 3:04 PM | Jerry Nicklow (Administrator)

    Everyone is invited to attend the 2017Annual Meeting of the Dredged Material Management Program (DMMP) on November 3, 2017 from 9:30AM to 12:00PM at the Sollers Point Multi Purpose Center ar 323 Sollers Point Road, Dundalk, MD 21222. 

    If interested, please RSVP to Katrina Jones at

    See the invitation below.  And look here for the Agenda.  Agenda

  • 20 Oct 2017 7:07 PM | Deleted user

    Our 24th Annual Trade Show was a success again this year. We had over 400 people in attendance for a great evening of business networking. We want to thank Jim Anderson, Anderson Davis & Associates for chairing again this year, Lauer’s Supermarket & Bakery for the wonderful food, Cheshire Crab for quenching our thirst with great drinks, and Glory Days Grill for providing cold beer.

    We want to thank Earleigh Heights Fire Hall for the great location and the below businesses who had booths:

    Ace Hardware & Hearth; Anderson Davis & Associates, CPA,PA; Atlantic Coast Charters: AVON – Gina Cook; BB&T Bank; Bye Insurance Agency; Calvert Veterinary Center; Capezio Contractors Inc; Chesapeake Arts Center; Chesapeake Bank; Chesapeake Christian Center; Chesapeake Christian Learning Center, Clay Shaw State Farm Agency; Coco Couture; Coffee News; Coldwell Banker – David Moore; Design Tops, LLC; Edward Jones – Brian Conrad; Fiore Chiropractic; Frank & Bill’s Auto Collision Center;

    Friends of Downs Park; Himmel’s Farm & Garden Center; Huff Insurance; Huffard Animal Hospital; Juli Blanton – Keller Williams Flagship of Maryland; Lake Shore –Severna Park Rotary; Mike’s Pharmacy; P3 Paintball; Painting with Pride; Pasadena Eye Care; Pasadena Pawn & Gun; PNC Bank; Q Marketing & Design; Raving Software; Stoney Creek Fishing & Hunting Club; Sundance Boat Sales; The Bank of Glen Burnie; The Carpet & Air Duct Man; Toolbox Tomgirl; WiseCare Urgent Care. Thanks to everyone who participated and everyone who attended.

    See you next year.

  • 05 Oct 2017 11:07 AM | Jerry Nicklow (Administrator)

    As we all know, new laws passed by the MD General Assemble typically go into effect either on July 1st or October 1st.  The following was provided by Delegate Nic Kipke in regards to the new laws that went into effect on 10/1/2017:

    Hundreds of new laws will take effect in Maryland on Sunday, October 1, 2017.  The entire list is available at, and here are a some bills of note:

    HB 584 – Investigational Drugs, Biological Products, and Devices - Right to Try Act: This bill will increase terminally ill patients’ access to investigational treatments, drugs and devices.  It would allow patients to try new approaches that could be life-saving.

    HB 1275 - State Government - Department of Veterans Affairs - Veterans' Services Specialists: Each unit of state government must designate a Veterans’ Service Specialist with the Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs (MDVA).  This employee is responsible for assisting veterans who contact or are employed by that unit. If the unit does not provide services to veterans a referral must be made to MDVA.

    HB 851 - Landlord and Tenant - Military Personnel - Limitation on Liability for Rent:  When military personnel undergo a change of assignment, the amount of rent the member or spouse is liable for under a residential lease is now capped at 30 days plus the cost of any damages to the property.

    HB 738 - Criminal Law - Sex Offenses - Out-of-State Convictions: This bill enhances the penalties for repeat sex offenders who have been convicted of prior sex crimes in other states.

    HB 1402 - Property Tax Appeals - Payment of Refunds - Deadline and Notice: If a property tax assessment is successfully appealed and reduced, the taxing entity must now provide a refund within 30 days.

    HB 879 - Public Integrity Act of 2017 – This very important piece of legislation tightens ethics standards for public officials and lobbyists by expanding conflict of interest rules, increasing reporting requirements and providing for more stringent penalties.

    HB 664 - State Government - Display of the POW/MIA Flag on State Building Grounds: State buildings will now fly the POW/MIA flag to honor service members who were prisoners of war or considered missing in action.

    HB 603 - Vehicle Laws - Out-of-State Vehicles - Required Security: This bill alters the defined term "required security" as it applies to motor vehicles in the State to include specified security for out-of-state motor vehicles.

    SB 130 - Election Law - Ballot Issues - Contributions or Donations by Foreign Principals: Foreign nationals will no longer be allowed to contribute to ballot issue efforts in Maryland.

    HB 669 - Public Schools - Boards of Education - Anonymous Two-Way Electronic Tip Programs: Boards of Education may now establish anonymous two-way tip programs allowing students, parents, relatives or staff to report bullying, harassment, or intimidation.

    HB 619 - Election Law - Campaign Signs at Polling Places: Campaign signs at polling places may now be displayed beginning at 5:00 pm the day before the early voting period begins and the day before Election Day.  Previously the time had been 7:00 pm.

    HB 293 - Family Law - Divorce - Domestic Violence Order: Prior to the passage of this bill, a domestic violence protection order was inadmissible as evidence at divorce proceedings.

    HB 631 - Public Health - Essential Off-Patent or Generic Drugs - Price Gouging – Prohibition: Essential generic drugs are protected from exorbitant price increases. Manufacturers and wholesalers will be reported to the Attorney General and subject to civil penalties.

    HB 642 - Civil Actions - Child Sexual Abuse - Statute of Limitations and Required Findings: The statute expands the limitation for child sexual abuse damage cases.

    HB 1163 - Criminal Procedure - Conditional Release - Electronic Monitoring (Amber's Law): “Amber’s Law” is named for Amber Schinault, who was murdered by an ex-boyfriend against whom she had an order of protection.  This bill makes electronic monitoring an option to increase victim safety and security.


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