Tuesday, May 18, 2010


On June 22nd, Frederick area business leaders will gather at Dutch’s Daughter to honor 16 local businesses nominated for recognition by the Entrepreneur Council of Frederick County, along with its media partner, 270 Inc. magazine.

The dinner is one of the area’s premier business networking events. It is regularly attended by leaders of the business and business support communities, as well as public officials. The event will feature a networking social hour, dinner and an awards program that includes a keynote address and a short video profile of each nominee.

Nominees are listed in five categories. They are: Small Emerging: Aspire, BridgePath Scientific and Source Radio Network; Large Emerging: Café Nola, Default Resources and Widearea Systems; Small Established: Dublin Roasters, Imagination Center and Wood Street; Medium Established: East Coast Millwork, Imquest and Orases; Large Established: The Crowley Company, James Allen Jewelers and The Wormald Companies. Mary Jane Tabler, owner of Thomas Scott Salon, will be honored as this year’s Master Entrepreneur.

The ceremony’s keynote speaker will be George Wunderlich, Executive Director of the National Museum of Civil War Medicine, who will provide historical lessons for today’s entrepreneurs in his presentation,“Adapt and Thrive…Just What the Doctor Ordered.”

For more information about the event, contact Chris Olson at 301-600-1967 or visit www.EntrepreneurCouncil.com. To purchase tickets, contact Mike Zimmerman at mzimmerman@fredericktowntax.com .