July 10 – Business briefs
Registration is now available for the opening of the new i9 Sports franchise in Frederick County
i9 Sports, a youth sports league franchise based in Tampa Bay, Florida, has announced the opening of a franchise in Frederick, which will become its eighth franchise in the state.
The franchise, owned and operated by Eric and Nieshia Stephens, will offer youth sports leagues, camps and clinics for children ages 3 to 14 and will operate on Saturdays at a facility yet to be determined. According to a franchise press release, i9 Sports is known for its one-day-a-week format which includes a 30- to 45-minute workout before jumping straight into the game.
The county’s i9 Sports will offer football, flag football and baseball programs during its opening season, which is scheduled to begin in September. For more information or to register your child in your local league, visit i9sports.com, email email@example.com or call 301-834-2153.
Kensington Glass Arts, Inc. celebrates its 45th anniversary
Kensington Glass Arts, an award-winning Mid-Atlantic glass maker, commercial glazier and distributor of architectural glass with facilities in Ijamsville and Frederick, is celebrating its 45th anniversary.
The business began in July 1976 as a custom stained glass manufacturing company called Victorian Glassworks, only to expand over the next decade to include etched and sculpted glass. Since then, Kensington Glass Arts has evolved to focus on high-end corporate installations, working on projects such as museum display cases, glass partitions and elaborate glass art pieces. He has worked with nearly all of the major law firms, hotels and corporate clients in the Washington, DC market, according to a press release from the company.
A new Domino’s opens in Urbana A new Domino’s is now open on Bennett Creek Avenue in Urbana. It offers contactless deliveries and deliveries, as well as car-side delivery for customers who want to collect their orders without leaving their vehicle.
The store is looking to hire delivery drivers, customer service representatives, pizza restaurants and assistant managers, according to a press release from the company. Those interested in applying for a job can do so at jobs.dominos.com. To order, visit dominos.com or call 240-341-4692.
Ausherman Properties celebrates its 70th anniversary Ausherman Properties, a real estate developer in Frederick, is celebrating its 70th anniversary.
The business began as Ausherman Homes when Ernie Ausherman quit his job to begin building homes in Frederick County in 1951, then focusing on single-family residences. The company then sold its homebuilding business in 2003 and shifted its focus to residential and commercial development.
The Downtown Frederick Partnership has provided community investment tax credits The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development has provided the Downtown Frederick Partnership with $ 50,000 in community investment tax credits, which are available to those who donate $ 500 or more to the partnership.
Donations to the partnership help support programs and projects focused on the revitalization, preservation and continuous improvement of downtown Frederick, the partnership said in a press release. Those interested in participating in the tax credit program should contact the Associate Director of the Downtown Frederick Partnership, Danielle Doll, before making their contribution. For details, call 301-698-8118 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
– Angela Roberts