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Business briefs

October 16, 2005

Comprehensive Real Estate Systems


CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Comprehensive Real Estate Systems LLC recently opened at 1988 Scotland Ave. in Chambersburg.

Kip Feldman, president, launched the new venture in an effort to provide traditional brokerage services by utilizing a unique menu of services and a more consumer-friendly commission fee structure, according to a prepared release.

The company will employ six people initially, including four real estate salespeople, a full-time graphic arts specialist, a full-time marketing director and will offer both commercial and residential services.

The employee-owned Comprehensive Real Estate Systems will offer a flexible commission and fee menu that is tailored toward each client based on individual needs. In addition, the group will have specialized buyer and seller agents and will offer a series of special programs.

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American Classic Limousines


American Classic Limousines LLC has purchased the limousine portion of Kerfoot Livery Service from Tom Wetzel.

The business, at 14111 Pennsylvania Ave. in Hagerstown, is owned and operated by Gene S. Albert Jr. General manager is Jason Witmer.

American Classic Limousines provides professional limousine service throughout the Tri-State area. In addition to limousines, the fleet contains classic antique automobiles that can be rented for weddings, anniversaries and other special occasions.

Gold's Gym


Gold's Gym has moved to 562 Northern Ave., Hagerstown.

The new gym is approximately 35,000 square feet and is outfitted with more than $750,000 of name brand equipment The gym has a day-care facility and a recreation area for children.

The club also has a new sound system, digital RV media wall, a juice bar and a sports medicine and physical therapy clinic. It also has a 22-minute fast-fit circuit, a women-only workout area, aerobics and spinning rooms and cardio exercise and strength-training programs.

Comfort Suites


Comfort Suites Hagerstown, at 1801 Dual Highway, has received the Gold Hospitality Award from Choice Hotels International, franchiser of the Comfort Suites hotel brand.

The award is presented annually to hotels that exceed Choice's rigid quality assurance standards, according to a prepared release.

To qualify, a hotel must undergo rigorous inspections that evaluate each operating department. Departments are rated based on such criteria as staff knowledge, attitude and professionalism, training, safety and security, maintenance and energy conservation and physical condition.

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