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Business milestones

May 27, 2007

Vegetarian's Pursuit Cafe

A vegetarian dining spot has opened in Hagerstown.

Vegetarian's Pursuit Caf, in the Review & Herald Publishing Association at 55 W. Oak Ridge Drive, offers vegetarian and vegan dishes.

The caf's selections are made from scratch.

The menu changes daily and there is always a salad bar, soup, hot and cold entrees and side dishes, and fresh bread and baked goods.

Owner Catrice Davis was born and raised in New York City and previously worked as the catering manager for a restaurant in Richmond, Va.

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"When the opportunity came available to open my own business, I jumped at it," Davis said.

Vegetarian's Pursuit Caf is open for lunches Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. It has seating for 90 people.

The caf soon will offer catering services and boxed lunches. The catering menu will be available in June.

Anyone wishing to tour the Review and Herald may sign in at the front desk and obtain a visitor pass.

Tours operate Monday through Thursday at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Group tours may be scheduled in advance by calling 301-393-3000. The Review and Herald Bookstore is open Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Fast-teks

Fast-teks On-Site Computer Services recently opened its doors in the Hagerstown area.

Fast-teks provides a range of security assistance, including virus, worm and Spyware removal. It also provides DSL and cable modem setup, wireless networking, data backup and recovery, Web development, virtual support, consulting and more.

Fast-teks also offers specialized training programs designed to meet the needs of individuals and business groups.

Computer users need not leave the comfort of their homes or businesses to obtain service from certified technicians and trainers. Fast-teks provides on-site service and call-in remote diagnostics.

More information can be obtained on the Web at www.fastteks.com or by calling 301-745-3866.

Outback Paintball

WILLIAMSPORT - Outback Paintball will observe its five-year anniversary on Saturday, June 2.

To mark the milestone, Outback will hold a raffle on June 2. The raffle will include markers, pod packs, tanks, masks and a $100 shopping spree.

Outback Paintball opened in 2002 with the goal of providing excellent customer service, a wide selection of gear and products, along with providing a place for players to share their experiences with other players, according to a prepared release from the company.

The business at 1 N. Conococheague St. in Williamsport has a pro shop that offers such services as marker rentals, special ordering, repairs and more.

More information may be obtained by calling 301- 223-1871 or by e-mailing to outbackpaintballmd@msn.com.

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