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Franchot To Visit Glyndon on Thursday

Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot will visit small businesses in Glyndon on Thursday to encourage Marylanders to shop locally for the holidays.

Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot will do a tour of small business in Glyndon this Thursday in an effort to encourage Marylanders to shop locally this holiday season.

“Shopping locally puts citizens’ hard earned money back into their communities and also support local businesses and the more than 500,000 hard-working Maryland retail employees,” according to a press release.

Franchot will be joined by local elected officials, Patrick Donoho, president of the Maryland Retailers Association, and Brian Ditto, executive director of the Reisterstown-Owings Mills-Glyndon Chamber of Commerce.

Franchot’s visit starts at noon at Santoni’s, and he will make his way to The Boxwood Collection, The Wine Post and several other shops.

kathy gambrill November 28, 2012 at 12:53 PM
I'm happy Mr. Franchot will be here tomorrow. Glyndon has a nice mix of locally owned shops that are unique and fun. After Glyndon, be sure to take a look at Main Street in Reisterstown. We're right across the bridge and also boast locally owned shops and restaurants along our historic Main Street corridor. Welcome to ROMG !

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