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In 1956 Brice and Shirley Phillips opened their first eastern shore restaurant in Ocean City, Maryland, capitalizing on a surplus of crabs at a Hoopers Island processing plant. Decades later, Phillips Foods' resourcefulness extends to its commitment to sustainability.

Strategic Factory prints stuff. Big stuff. Little stuff. Envelopes. Letters. Brochures. Programs. Signs of all shapes and sizes. Even realistic, if one-dimensional, life-sized cutouts of humans. There’s almost nothing you could want printed that Strategic Factory can’t do. That means literal lots of paper products and ink.

Check the the vanilla extract in your cabinet. While the idea of it growing in a small farm in Madagascar may seem distant, the story behind it started right here in Maryland when McCormick formed a relationship with Lutheran World Relief. 

The center will bring over 100 new jobs to Maryland within the next few years.

What's more American than taxes? Tax credits!

Corporate philanthropy has been part of the Chesapeake Public Strategies business model since its founding in 2006. That corporate culture starts at the top with President and CEO Ellen Coren.

There's an additional $4 million in cyber and green training funding available for FY18.

It could mean better preparation for skilled-labor jobs like the thousands that are available in Maryland.

If we can put the thousands of unemployed and unenrolled young Marylanders to work, we could save taxpayers nearly a quarter of a million dollars. 

Although Maryland's unemployment rate improved slightly in May, the state lost 1,600 jobs, about a 0.1 percent decrease.

At first glance, Transamerica and the American Heart Association may seem to be an unlikely pairing. But when it comes to serving the needs of their customers, the partnership makes sense.

City schools often carry a stigma about lack of opportunity and resources.

But students at Harlem Park Elementary-Middle School now have access to Wi-Fi inside and a brand new playground outside. And, across the city, students who attend City Spring Elementary-Middle School have shiny musical instruments to play and seasoned mentors to learn from.

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