A Week In Business

A Week In Business

Top Producers Named

OCEAN CITY — Re/Max Premier Properties Broker Dr. Carl E. Ortman announce the company’s top producers for the month of December.

The top listing agent was Edie Brennan and the top sales producer is Marlene Ott with over a $1 million in sales.

Ortman also announced the company reached its goal of $80 million in sales volume for the year 2012.

Bank Promotions

OCEAN CITY — Wayne Benson, president and CEO of Bank of Ocean City, along with the Board of Directors, announced the promotion of Jason Parker to Assistant Vice President and Samuel Kotzur to Assistant Vice President-Loan Department Manager.

Parker joined the bank in 2003 and was born and raised in Berlin. He is a graduate from Wilmington University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance. He is the branch manager of the 59th Street location in Ocean City. His other duties include commercial, consumer and residential lending and business development.

Kotzur joined the bank in 2008 and was born and raised in Homer City, Pa. He is a graduate from Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania with dual degrees in Business Management and Marketing. His duties include loan document preparation and review, oversight of lending compliance with both governmental regulations and bank lending policies and procedures and management of the loan department.

New Member Announced

FRUITLAND – Apple Discount Drugs has announced the addition of Michael Dunn to the Apple Infusion team.

Dunn comes to Apple from Delmarva Public Radio as the director of corporate support and more recently interim general manager. He is a near lifelong resident of Salisbury.

He brings 12 years of experience in pharmaceutical sales to the job from his work with Sanofi Aventis Pharmaceuticals.

“Mike’s long standing relationships within the community will serve him, and the business well, in marketing Apple Infusion,” said Jeff Sherr, President, Apple Discount Drugs and Apple Infusion. “His experience in pharmaceutical sales and background in marketing and communications will undoubtedly help our infusion business grow and reach a broader customer-base.”

Dunn, who will serve as marketing director of Apple Infusion, said, “Apple Infusion and Jeff Sherr have a fantastic reputation in the community as a health care provider and as a fully integrated supporter of so many local causes. When I first met Jeff in the 1980’s, during my time as a drug rep, Apple was known then, as it is now, as a first class company striving to put its customers and employees first. That appealed to me. Working with Apple and the people who have helped make it what it is has been fantastic.”