Business briefs

November 11, 2002

Clearysoft LLC

Clearysoft LLC, a provider of e-business solutions and services for the small business market, has moved to 11377 Robinwood Drive, Suite 209, in Hagerstown.

ClearySoft provides Web development and consulting services, and has products to help enable developers create and maintain an eBusiness presence on the Web.

Dot Foods

Dot Foods and edotfoods have been ranked among the nation's Top 500 innovators of technology by a leading business publication.

Information Week's annual listing ranks Dot Foods, a food redistributor with one of its seven facilities in Williamsport, as 357th among U.S. companies with at least $1 billion in annual revenues.


edotfoods is a division of Dot that directs the company's e-commerce initiatives.

First National Bank of Greencastle

GREENCASTLE, Pa.- First National Bank of Greencastle has been issued a five-star Superior rating by BauerFinancial Inc., an independent bank research firm, the bank announced.

It was the sixth consecutive quarter in which the bank has been awarded the Superior rating.

Long & Foster

Long & Foster has announced the launch of its 13th annual Toy Drive in the five-state mid-Atlantic region.

Between Nov. 18 and Dec. 16, each of the company's 187 sales offices will collect toys for distribution to financially and/or physically disadvantaged children in local communities.

Unwrapped toys can be dropped off at any Long & Foster office for distributions by the U.S. Marine Corps through its Toys For Tots campaign to churches, social welfare agencies and individual needy children.

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