Business briefs

July 06, 2011


On July 1, the CitiFinancial office at 122 Railway Lane in Hagerstown changed its name to OneMain Financial.

Branch Manager Tonya Dorsey said the name change will not affect the products and services customers have come to know and appreciate.

OneMain Financial employees include Kim Goss and Tear Mongan.

To celebrate the new name, the branch will hold a sweepstakes throughout the month of July. Customers and members of the community may be eligible to win a Blu-ray player. In addition, an official launch celebration will be held Tuesday at 3 p.m. at 122 Railway Lane. The event is free and open to the public.  

MidAtlantic Farm Credit

On June 22, MidAtlantic Farm Credit presented the Washington County Farmers Market with a $500 sponsorship check.

The Washington County Farmers Market is open in the Elks Club parking lot at 11063 Robinwood Drive every Wednesday from May until the end of October.

This is the second year that MidAtlantic Farm Credit has sponsored the market, which allows the market to reach its 600 customers with newsletters and emails, provide free giveaway items, including tote bags, corn, potatoes and pumpkins, and increase marketing and advertising opportunities.

The anchor vendors at the market include Scenic View Orchards, Legacy Manor Farm, Pearl's Homemade Goodies, Davis Orchard and Windstone Meadows. Additional vendors set up throughout the year depending upon the growing season and product availability.

All-Ways Communications

All-Ways Communications of Hagerstown was honored with the ATSI 2011 Award of Excellence for the seventh consecutive year.

All-Ways takes home a special placement in the 2011 program with the best call. Special congratulations go to customer service representative Shirley Harbaugh, who has been with the company for 11 years and is the telephone answering service manager.

All-Ways Communications earned the Emerald Award for seven consecutive years.

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