Business Briefs for March 29, 2009

March 29, 2009

Smoothie King

The grand opening of Smoothie King at 17997 Garland Groh Blvd. in Hagerstown will be April 4.

The franchise owned by Lori Rivera Lenoir and her husband is in the Best Buy shopping center next to Starbucks.

Smoothie King offers more than 40 smoothies made to order with real fruit, all-natural juices, and a mix of vitamins and nutrients to fit every need or lifestyle. The store also will offer healthy living products, including energy bars, snacks and vitamin supplements.

There are more than 500 Smoothie King stores in 32 states.

Hagerstown Trust

LANCASTER, Pa. - Hagerstown Trust has partnered with Elan Financial Services and Consumer Benefit Services Inc. to offer a new rewards program that gives bank customers the ability to pool rewards points from their credit and debit cards, allowing them to accumulate and redeem points faster.

The new program also gives customers greater flexibility in redeeming points online with merchandise, travel and cash-back options.


The Relationship Rewards program gives customers access to thousands of merchandise items, gift cards, travel benefits, green products, charitable donation options and cash-back reward options. Rewards can be redeemed online using a redemption Web site.


SMITHSBURG - Noventri, a digital signage solutions company, has unveiled a new brand identity, logo and Web site design.

The changes represent milestones in the company's history and signify the company's evolution as a solutions and services company that addresses digital needs for museums, convention centers, sports arenas and health care industries.

Noventri is a full-service provider staffed with industry experts in installation, integration, deployment, content creation and management of digital signage solutions for hotels, resorts, casinos and convention centers. Noventri also offers in-room revenue-generating options, meeting room boards, menu boards and lobby screens.

Noventri, at 20940 Twin Springs Drive, is a Division of Specialized Communications Corp. that has served the broadcast and professional video industry since 1985.

Premier Designs

Premier Designs representatives Kathi Draper and Beth Reedy are donating 10 percent of the proceeds from future shows and open houses to local humane societies. The donation will be split between the Humane Society of Washington County and the humane society in Morgan County, W.Va.

Draper and Reedy have been Premier Designs representatives for two years. Premier Designs is a direct-sales jewelry company that offers products to suit a variety of fashion styles.

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