BERLIN — Apple Discount Drugs has been recognized with a “Certificate of Achievement” for outstanding success with the FLAVORx program. Apple was honored for its commitment to improving patient care and commitment to developing the pharmacy business as a runner-up finalist in the 2013 FLAVORx Independent Pharmacy of the Year Award contest.
“We understand the struggles parents face with their children when it is ‘time to take their medicine’,” said Jeff Sherr, President, Apple Discount Drugs. “Apple enrolled in the FLAVORx program in to help families prevent anxiety and stress at medicine time. Even as adults, we cringe when a medication tastes awful and just doesn’t go down smoothly. FLAVORx offers fifteen different flavors for customers to choose from which may end up being the only reason little Johnny takes all of his medicine.”
FLAVORx can be used with thousands of liquid medications – from your everyday antibiotics used to treat strep throat and ear infections to more specialized drugs used to treat less common conditions. Apple Pharmacists can inform the customer which flavors are recommended for the medication that has been prescribed.
Office Leaders Recognized
OCEAN CITY — Ed Wehnert and Mark & Lora Fritschle of the Mark Fritschle Group – Condominium Realty have announced their listing, sales and settlement leaders for November.
Top listing agents by unit were Joy Snyder, Kevin Decker and Rusty Molnar and Sheri Smith.
Top listing agents by volume were Joy Snyder, Kevin Decker and Kevin Sasada.
Top selling agents by units were Sheri Smith, Kevin Decker and Nick Bobenko.
Top settled agents by units were Sheri Smith, Kevin Burton and Nick Bobenko
Top settled agents by volume were Lora Fritschle, Jon Barker and Mia McCarthy.
County Campaign Launched
SNOW HILL — The Worcester County Economic Development (WCED) office invites area employees to nominate their employers for the “Best Places to Work” campaign.
Nominations can be submitted via Facebook, Twitter, or the WCED website, www.chooseworcester.org. Submissions will be reviewed by a panel of judges and finalists will be recognized for their contributions to the Worcester County economy. Businesses selected will be featured in a “Best Places to Work” video that will be shared on social media outlets, including the WCED YouTube Channel.
“It is important that our citizens and our young adults who are graduating from school understand that there are exciting, family supporting career opportunities right here in our county,” WCED Director Bill Badger said. “There are a number of outstanding employers providing valuable, year-round employment opportunities in top industries, including technology, tourism, manufacturing and agriculture that should be recognized for their contributions.”
To qualify, each business should provide full-time, year-round, family-supporting jobs in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) disciplines, tourism, agriculture or other areas that offer career tracks for young adults. Nominations close Jan. 17, 2014. Winners will be announced Jan. 31.
The Best Places to Work initiative is sponsored by the Video Lottery Terminal (VOLT) fund, a Maryland program that provides low-interest business loans to small, minority, and woman owned businesses.
SALISBURY — Brent Miller, CCIM, CPM and Chris Peek, CCIM, Senior Advisors with Sperry Van Ness – Miller Commercial Real Estate in Salisbury, has announced the sale of 201 West Main Street, a 19,000-square-foot Historic Building in Salisbury. The two-story building was built in 1920 and previously housed AllFirst – First National Bank. Chris Peek, CCIM represented the seller, the Galoubandi family, and Miller represented the buyers, Marc Amy and Elena Manakhova-Amy.
The long vacant building will be the new location of Salisbury Dance Academy and the Eastern Shore Ballet Theatre.
“After many years of looking at properties with Brent Miller, we finally found that special property that gave us the academic feel we have always wanted. We are so fortunate to have had Brent in our corner throughout the years. We are excited to be a part of the Downtown Plaza Rejuvenation and to provide our students with a World Class education in a beautiful historic landmark,” said Salisbury Dance Academy Owners Marc and Elena Amy.