Business Briefs

October 28, 2007

Blue Mountain Retreat Center

HARPER FERRY, W.Va. - Beth Ehrhardt, certified massage therapist, has opened a retreat center in southern Washington County.

Blue Mountain Retreat Center is on the Maryland side of the Potomac River, across from Harpers Ferry.

The center, Ehrhardt's former farmhouse, is on 27 acres of mostly forested land one mile from the Potomac River.

Blue Mountain is available for rental by groups and individuals. Ehrhardt also plans to host her own workshops and retreats.

The center can sleep up to 15 guests, has three full baths and two full kitchens. Guests can book a therapeutic massage by a licensed, certified therapist.

Retreats will offer guests relaxation techniques, holistic healing information, yoga classes, massage and a chance to rest and rejuvenate, according to a prepared release.


For information about booking or about Ehrhardt's workshops and retreats, call 301-834-4096, send an e-mail to or go to

Martin & Seibert

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - The Collections Practice Group of Martin & Seibert, L.C., has ranked seventh nationally in a recent Industry Rankings Report compiled by Collections & Credit Risk.

The report, released annually, lists the Top 10 collections-related companies in three categories - collections agencies, debt buyers and law firms.

EXIT Preferred Realty

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - EXIT Preferred Realty was named one of the top offices in real estate under EXIT Realty Pennsylvania in August.

EXIT Preferred Realty, a franchise member of EXIT Pa., had top offices in units closed, sales volume and gross closed commissions.

It has locations in Chambersburg, Waynesboro and Greencastle, Pa.

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