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Seacrets Honey Mustard
Now Offered Regionally

OCEAN CITY – Seacrets has bottled its honey mustard sauce to bring a taste of an Ocean City summer to Giant grocery stores throughout Delaware, Maryland, D.C., and Virginia.

For 25 years, Seacrets Honey Mustard has been a staple at the Eastern Shore hot spot, and now it’s available at more than 150 locations across the region. In stores now, the gluten-free product is made with 100 percent pure clover honey produced from the nectar of clover blossoms, giving the dipping sauce a mild and sweet flavor.

While originally concocted by Seacrets founder Leighton Moore as a topping for the restaurant’s famous Jerk Chicken dishes, Seacrets Honey Mustard goes well with chicken, as a salad topping, with French fries, on soft pretzels and more. The 16-ounce bottle retails for $5.99.

“Seacrets Honey Mustard started off as a flavor combination that I developed in my kitchen by mixing together some of my favorite ingredients,” said Moore. “When patrons started walking off with the product, I knew we needed to get it on grocery store shelves so our Ocean City customers could enjoy its unique taste right at home no matter the time of year.”

Pines Offers Naming
Contest For Restaurant

OCEAN PINES — A name contest to reflect the casual, waterfront grill and bar area that will be located inside the new Ocean Pines Yacht Club is underway. The name might reflect a reference to the view, ambience, or anything that comes to mind. Use your imagination!

Open to the public, the contest will run through Sunday, July 14. The top three names that will be in the final vote will be announced at the closing party of the current Ocean Pines Yacht Club on Sunday, Sept. 1. Anyone may submit more than one name but one name per ballot. The winning entries will receive a dinner for two and a bottle of wine in the new facility that is set to open in 2014. Paper Ballots will be available for voting at the Yacht Club and OPA office.

At the close of the balloting process, the Clubs Advisory Committee will decide the top group of names to present to the OPA Board of Directors for their review at the Thursday, July 24 Board meeting.

The Board of Directors will consider the names and will narrow it down to three for a vote by the OPA residents. The residents of Ocean Pines will have the final vote from the top three choices selected by the Board. Voting will be limited to one name per property. Voting will take place from Sept 1 to Nov 1. The winning name with the most votes will be announced at a later date.  

The ballot boxes are located in Ocean Pines Yacht Club and in the 24-hour lobby of the Ocean Pines Administration office. Ballots can be downloaded from www.oceanpines.org. Ballots may also be mailed to OPA, c/o Name Contest, 239 Ocean Parkway, Ocean Pines, Md. 21811, emailed to info@Oceanpines.org or faxed to 410-641-5581.

Store Marks Re-Opening

WEST OCEAN CITY — The latest improvement to the White Marlin Mall, dressbarn, will hold a special grand reopening celebration on Friday, June 7 at 10 a.m.

"We are excited to have dressbarn join our lineup of national and local retailers. Our new dressbarn is a leading national women’s specialty apparel retailer that inspires women to look and feel beautiful,” said Matt Mittenthal, vice-president and assistant director of asset management at Greenberg Gibbons Commercial, the mall’s leasing and property management firm. “This is a great opportunity to view the best new summer merchandise at extra competitive prices as dressbarn celebrates its grand reopening at White Marlin Mall.”

The dressbarn at White Marlin Mall is particularly attuned to women that reside on the shore and the new store will represent a shopping destination for those who visit the Ocean City area, according to dressbarn store manager Kim Constantino.

“Our dressbarn store carries styles in sizes 4 to 24, as well as shoes and accessories,” Constantino said. “With options for career, casual and special occasions, dressbarn groups together looks to make it easier for customers to find what they are looking for while continuing to offer high quality, fashionable apparel at an affordable price.”

Those who visit the new dressbarn at White Marlin Mall will find a brand-new 7,200-square-foot store that will employ about a dozen people. Dressbarn offers a wide selection of both Misses and Women’s sizes in two distinct areas of the store.

“Our new dressbarn is geared toward the working mother who wants to look good on a budget,” said assistant store manager Sharon Tobak. “They want to look good and feel good about themselves and the clothes they wear.”

Top Producers Announced

BERLIN — Re/Max Premier Properties has announced the top producer for the month of May is once again Marlene Ott, who was the top listing producer and top in sales with  $1,500,000 in sales.

In other company news, Courtney Ritter has been announced as the newest agent in the Ocean City office.

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