Calvert County Congratulates New and Expanded Businesses

PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – Oct. 26, 2018 – Even though Calvert County may be one of the smallest counties in Maryland, it is open for businesses of all sizes. Calvert County is home to unique mom-and-pop specialty stores, some of the nation’s top Fortune 500 companies and everything in between. Join the Calvert County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) and the Calvert County Department of Economic Development in congratulating the following new, expanded and relocated businesses. 

New Businesses

Aarcon Reign Tattoo Parlor

865 Solomons Island Road S, Prince Frederick

Edward Jones

80 Sherry Lane, Suite 102, Prince Frederick

410-705-5821

Harris Teeter

10125 Ward Road, Dunkirk

443-550-1581

Marshalls

10135 Ward Road, Dunkirk

301-494-2148

MOD Pizza

10084 Dunkirk Way, Dunkirk

443-550-1007

Nail Trix & Spa

785 N. Solomons Island Road, Prince Frederick

410-535-0087

Thai Seaside Restaurant

13880 H.G. Trueman Road, Solomons

410-394-6858

Expansion

Huntingtown Automotive

155 Prospect Drive, Suite 3, Sunderland

301-928-7280

For a full listing of all Calvert County businesses, please visit www.ecalvert.com/businesses. Calvert County is committed to fostering a dynamic and competitive business climate to ensure economic growth and sustainability. These new businesses help stimulate the local economy and provide employment opportunities for local residents.

For information on the Calvert County Department of Economic Development and the many services the county offers the business community, contact the department at 410-535-4583 or 301-855-1880; or by email at info@ecalvert.com. Like Calvert County Government on Facebook.

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