Thursday, October 18, 2012
Frederick County Commissioners Blaine Young and C. Paul Smith and the Business Development and Retention team and partners paid a visit to Milo’s Casual Dining of New Market, Maryland. The visit and tour were conducted by owner Jimmy Azat. Also in attendance was the Mayor of New Market, Winslow F. Burhans III, and Town Councilman, Dennis Kimble. Milo’s Casual Dining is a family owned business serving pizza, sandwiches, Italian cold cuts, soups and other gourmet foods. The facility, which is located at 83 West Main Street in New Market opened in September, 2011 is 5,000 square feet and employs 25 people. Jimmy Azat has been in the restaurant business for over 35 years owning a multitude of different Italian restaurants. In 2007, he retired and closed his very successful restaurant Paisanos. After a few years passed, Mr. Azat decided it was time to open another restaurant. He came up with the idea of a self service version of Paisanos; which he calls Milo’s. Milo’s tavern is a separate bar next to Milo’s Casual Dining. The tavern has seven beers on tap and full high end liquor selection. All the great food from Milo’s Casual Dining is available at the pub as well as a great bar menu that can be enjoyed while watching several mounted high definition TV’s or listening to an old fashioned juke box in the corner. Milo’s Casual Dining is open for dinner seven days a week and for lunch Thursday to Sunday. For more information about Milo’s Casual Dining, or Milo’s Tavern call 301-865-2222.
Posted by Sherman Coleman at 3:48 PM
Frederick County Commissioners Blaine Young and Billy Shreve and the Business Development and Retention Division team and partners paid a visit to Harley-Davidson of Frederick, Inc. The visit and tour were hosted by owner Michael J. Vantucci and Marketing Specialist Heather Bailey. Harley-Davidson of Frederick, Inc. has been located in Frederick since 1977 and moved in 1994 to its current location. The 54,600 square foot facility currently employs 77 people and sells Harley Davidson and Buell bikes. A full scale service department is located on the premises along with a retail merchandise store. Harley-Davidson of Frederick, Inc. not only sells new and used bikes, but also offers a storage facility as well as driving lessons and safety classes. The rental business is also a large part of the business. Through the years, Harley-Davidson of Frederick has earned prestigious Gold Bar and Shield Awards from the parent motor company for their excellence in service and salesmanship, seven years of which were consecutive. For more information about Harley-Davidson of Frederick, Inc., visit www.hdoffrederick.com.
Posted by Sherman Coleman at 3:35 PM
The American Spine Center hosted a recent business visit led by Frederick County Commissioners C. Paul Smith, David Gray, Alderman Kelly Russell, the Business Development and Retention Division team and partners. The visit and tour were hosted by Dr. Sandeep Sherlekar, Dr. Atif Malik, Dr. Said Osman, Dr. Malini Narayanan, and Marketing Specialist Karrie Amann. American Spine Center has been located in Frederick since 1996 and is recognized as a worldwide leader in advanced pain management. The office has a staff of multi-disciplinary spine specialists, including orthopedic spine surgeons, neurosurgeons, physiatrists and pain management specialists. American Spine Center is dedicated to treating painful spinal conditions using state- of- the art techniques. American Spine Center physicians are leaders in endoscopic and minimally invasive spine surgery offering effective alternatives to open neck or back surgery. These procedures are performed through an advanced surgical approach or by using specialized surgical instruments known as Spine Pulse TM. Spine Pulse TM surgeries are mostly done to correct spinal stenosis or herniated discs and can eliminate pain and disability in a one hour procedure using light sedation. Each day, patients come into the American Spine Center for spinal surgery and walk out that same day with their conditions effectively treated. For more information visit www.americanspinemd.com
Posted by Sherman Coleman at 3:24 PM