The Chamber Updates

What A Night!
We had our Annual Holiday Party last Thursday night at a new location, Residence Inn- Owings Mills (who paid for everyone’s 1st drink). What a blast it was!

The food was catered by Reter’s Crab House (who donated all of the shrimp!), Bonefish Grill and Glyndon Grill– all member restaurants!

We thank all of you who came out to make this a night filled with delicious food, cold drinks and many laughs. Here are a few pictures (all can be seen on our Facebook Page.)

You will also see a video montage of the night, created by our very-own member Advanced Video Systems.

Member Spotlight:

Here at Landscaping Technologies, we are a full-service landscaping company, providing maintenance, design, and construction. We also provide services such as snow removal. We are a great source for landscape and facility maintenance for residential properties as well as commercial properties.

Everything we do is self-reforming, which means we do not hire anyone else to do our work.

Services Included:
Landscape Design
Hardscape Design
Tree Removal & Care
Snow Removal

Upcoming Chamber Events

Chamber Girls Holiday Party of Pretty- Members Only

December 17th
Blo Blow Dry Bar
10010 Reisterstown Rd
Suite 40
Owings Mills

The holidays are coming, and the amazing makeup artist of our member Blo Blow Dry Bar will teach us tips and tricks which will make heads turn at your upcoming holiday parties!

You will learn about lashes and brows, how to apply eye shadow and how to use powder/highlighter and contour.

Wine and cheese will be offered to all attendees.

There will also be a discount given if you have an interest in purchasing any products that evening.

There is limited space- so when we sell-out, we sell-out.

Save your spot by registering now

Drop-In Networking Lunch

January 14, 2020

Jose Tequila’s
10500 Owings Mills Blvd
Owings Mill, MD 21117

Join us for a casual networking opportunity while enjoying lunch at our member restaurant Jose Tequila’s in Owings Mills. There will be a special taco bar just for us at a cost of $8.99, or you can order off of their menu

Come break-bread with fellow members and guests and make new friends!

Annual Chamber Breakfast

January 29, 2020
7:30am – 9:30am

Hilton Garden Inn – Owings Mills
4770 Owings Mills Blvd
Owings Mills, MD 21117

This is one of our most popular annual events. Join area business owners and leaders to network, meet the Northwest Chamber’s new Board of Directors and hear about our Chamber’s new updates and more.

Then listen to our Keynote Speaker,  Eric L. Williamson, President & CEO of Tailored Training Solutions who will teach through his presentation:

How to Work with Jerks!
Breakfast is included with paid admission

There is limited space. Register now at the link provided.
This event has sold out 3 years in a row! 

Meeting Sponsorships are Available.. Ask Us!

Welcome Our New Members!

Tier One Technology Partners
DMWi Consulting
Morgan Properties
Landscaping Technologies
Hobby Lobby
DSB Leadership
STEM Center of Excellence, Inc.
Maitri Holistic Arts
Piedras Calientes Bistro
Content by Krome, LLC
Edible Eden Baltimore Food Scapes LLC

Member Events & News

REMINDER: Members, send us your news, promotions and job listings. We are happy to spread the word for you!

Our member Stacey Abbott , realtor with Berkshire Hathaway , interviewed another other member, Sophonia Hathaway, owner of The UPS Store of Owings Mills (off of Dolfield and Red Run Blvd). Learn more about our members in this video.

It’s Not Too Late to Give The Gift of Delicious Food & Drink
Glyndon Grill’s Gift Certificate Promotion is Still Happening

Listen to John Below for Details

Glyndon Grill is Offering a Holiday Gift Certificate Promotion!
Buy $100 worth of gift certificates, receive and extra $20
Listen to this video for details.

Events From The Woman’s Club of Glyndon

Annual Charity Tea
December 11th
Club House, 4627 Butler Road.

Bring your friends and family and enjoy a festive afternoon of fun, raffles, fabulous food and holiday tea served in woman’s club tea pots!
100% of the proceeds goes to local charities!
Reservations – $20 – call: Kathy Wist (410-833-2756

Legislative Update

“It’s been one year since I took office, and I’ve been reflecting on what we have already achieved together. That starts with education.

Strong schools build strong communities, and I look forward to making our county stronger in the years ahead.”

– Baltimore County Executive, Johnny Olszewski

Watch His Facebook Video Message Here

SAFE Act Announcement to Keep Guns off Streets

On Monday, I was proud to join County Executive Johnny Olszewski, Baltimore County Police Department Chief Melissa Hyatt, Councilman Julian Jones and public safety advocates to announce plans to introduce the Safety All Firearms Effectively (SAFE) Act. This legislation would require firearm retail establishments in Baltimore County to install responsible security measures to protect their inventory from potential burglaries.

Despite seven of the county’s 18 firearm retail establishments suffering burglaries 10 times in 2018 and 2019, there are currently no restrictions or requirements for these retailers to secure their stores or inventory after they are closed. Promoting and protecting public safety is a top priority for me, and it’s clear we must do more to deter, prevent and eliminate keeping firearms out of the hands of criminals.

The SAFE Act is common-sense legislation that would help keep stolen guns and weapons off our streets and out of our communities.

For more information and details about the SAFE ACT, please click here.


2nd District Community Warrior of the Month

Jeanne Andrews (pictured third from left) is a Librarian III at the Reisterstown Branch of the Baltimore County Public Library. She has been a dedicated employee BCPL for 14 years. A year ago, she took charge of revitalizing the Franklin Woodland Trails and Park behind the Reisterstown Library. She had a vision for using the trail for programming at the library and as a benefit for the community. Jeanne partnered with the Reisterstown Improvement Association to sponsor monthly cleanups of the trail. Volunteers have dedicated more than 300 hours of their time working to make the vision for the Franklin Woodland Trails come to life. The volunteers have cleared an enormous area of invasive Japanese knotweed and plan to plant native species in its place this spring to benefit native wildlife. Jeanne recently applied for and received a $1,000 LifeBridge community grant to be put toward the trail.

Click below to learn more about the Franklin Woodland Trails.


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