Your Pikesville-Owings Mills Regional Chamber Newsletter
President’s Message for December
We hope you will join us for our Holiday Mixer on December 17 at Grey Rock Mansion. The mansion will be beautifully decorated for the holidays. We are asking POM members to donate winter wear (hat/gloves/scarf) for local school children in exchange for a free drink (wine/beer). Catering is provided by Simply Elegant, and tickets will include heavy appetizers. We will also be serving our chamber signature drink, POMtinis! Register for the Holiday Mixer HERE.
Buy your Early Bird Tickets for The Taste, and Give as a Gift!
The Taste is scheduled for April 23, 2020, at the newly renovated DoubleTree by Hilton-Pikesville. Early Bird Pricing is available to members-only until December 31, 2019. Purchase your tickets at the early bird rate ($50) HERE. Tickets will go up in price on January 1, 2020, and again on March 1, so order now.
Lifebridge Health & Fitness Membership!
We've introduced some new POM Chamber benefits that come included with your annual membership. Thanks to our partnership with Lifebridge Health and Fitness, any POM Chamber member current in their membership can join Lifebridge Health and Fitness at the corporate rate, with no joining fee! Contact the Chamber for details, and look for more information in January.
Walkabout Wednesdays--You're on Facebook!
In August we introduced Walkabout Wednesdays. The Chamber visits member businesses and features you on our Facebook page. We have already visited several businesses, and each post receives upwards of 500 organic views. Our Facebook page has over 1,000 followers. It's another way the POM Chamber works for you.
Brown Bag Lunch venues are now booked for 2020
Look for the 2020 Brown Bag Lunch schedule at the beginning of the new year! Our first Brown Bag Lunch will be at Profile by Sanford, Foundry Row, from 12-1pm.
We are forming/renewing affinity groups within the Chamber, like our new Young Professionals group. If you would like to get more involved with the Chamber—volunteering, joining an affinity group, helping with a committee, contact us now! Leadership within the Chamber is another way to build your professional profile.
Make sure your contact information is up to date in our database to make sure you are receiving communications. Check out our calendar below for upcoming dates and lots of information.
Happy Holidays from the POM Chamber!
POM Chamber President
Thank you to our Holiday Mixer Sponsor, Eric Benzer!
Upcoming Chamber Events
Click on the event to register, and for more information.
December 17 POM Chamber Holiday Mixer, Grey Rock Mansion, 5-7 pm
December 18 Brookdale-Pikesville: Stop by & Visit with Santa on a Firetruck, 1840 Reisterstown Rd, 2:30pm
January 8 Brown Bag Lunch at Profile by Sanford, 12-1pm (BBLs are now on Wednesdays)
BROWN BAG LUNCHES (BBLs) ARE MOVING TO WEDNESDAYS in 2020!
Welcome New Members
Please Welcome Our New Members:
Thank you to these businesses for renewing:
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Members in the News
Congratulations to these members:
Tammie Monaco of Beck 'n Call for acquiring Baltimore Coat Check!
Kimberly Fernandez of Girlkin Lashes for opening her THIRD store in Westminster, MD!
What's new with your business? Let us know and we will feature you!
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What's Happening in Pikesville, Owings Mills, & the Region
News from Councilman Julian Jones, Jr.'s Desk:
New Water Line on Reisterstown Road - Baltimore County is installing a new 36-inch diameter water line on Reisterstown Road between Rosewood Avenue and Pleasant Hill Road. Work on the new supply main, designed to serve the Owings Mills-Reisterstown area, has already begun. It is now two percent complete and is scheduled to be finished by the spring of 2021. The cost is about $9,000,000.
Roundabout at Nicodemus and Berrymans Lane - Baltimore County is planning to install a roundabout at the intersection of Nicodemus Road and Berrymans Lane in Reisterstown. Construction will start during the last week of October and be finished in two weeks. The improvement will cost about $150,000 and will address safely concerns.
Old Court Road Bridge Rehabilitation - Baltimore County will rehabilitate the Old Court Road Bridge (B-0237) over Bens Run beginning this fall. The project, which will take about a year to complete and cost $2 million, will include replacing beams and sidewalks. During construction traffic will be maintained. For more information, contact the Bureau of Engineering, Department of Public Works at firstname.lastname@example.org.
News from Councilman Izzy Patoka's Desk:
The Reisterstown Shopping Center will have four new tenants on the site of the old Burger King. A representative from Greenberg Gibbons, which owns the shopping center, shared at this morning’s Reisterstown Improvement Association Business Roundtable meeting that Starbucks, Mattress Warehouse, Tropical Smoothie Cafe and Chipotle Mexican Grill have signed leases to fill vacancies.
Reisterstown Shopping Center has been a staple of the Reisterstown Road corridor for many years. Built in the 1960s, it is located directly across from Franklin High School.
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