Calvert County Congratulates New, Relocated and Expanded Businesses

News Release, Calvert County Public Information Office

PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – June 28, 2019 – Calvert County continues to prosper as businesses small and large open in the thriving economic climate. With the ability to purchase anything and everything at your fingertips, local businesses are sometimes overlooked, but the Calvert County Department of Economic Development aims to help businesses of all sizes succeed, from small, local businesses to large, national enterprises.

Join the Calvert County Board of County Commissioners and the Department of Economic Development in congratulating the following new, expanded and relocated businesses.

New Businesses

Carter’s Webb Learning Center

  • 4124 Old Town Road, Huntingtown
  • 410-414-5084

Chesapeake Marketing Solutions, LLC

  • 1550 Woods Road, St. Leonard
  • 443-975-3036

District Sports Consulting

  • Dunkirk
  • 941-735-5289


  • 30 Old Field Lane, Prince Frederick
  • 240-298-4182


The Connection, Inc.

  • 440 Solomons Island Road, Suite 214, Prince Frederick
  • 410-834-5395


Mrs. Moo’s Corner

  • 3915 Hallowing Point Road, Prince Frederick
  • 410-610-0094

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

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

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