Comptroller Franchot made the final stop in his Shop Maryland for the Holidays tour today in Annapolis. Joined by Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides and Patrick Donoho w/Maryland Retailers Association, the Comptroller stopped by Ron George Jewelers and other Main Street shops.
Comptroller Franchot speaks with Mary O’Malley, a manager at Seasons Olive Oil & Vinegar Taproom, and Jim Engelman, a store employee, about the success of their store.
Comptroller Franchot presented a Comptroller’s Medallion to Shannon Barron, manager at Kokopelli, as Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides and employee Debby Stodd look on.
Comptroller Franchot speaks with Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides as Irish Traditions owner Margaret McLemore and Patrick Donoho, president of the Maryland Retailers Association, look on. The Comptroller made several stops on his final Shop Maryland for the Holidays tour.
Comptroller Franchot made a holiday purchase at Back Creek Books owned by Rock Toews. The book store boys and sell quality used and out-of-print books, with an emphasis on Marylandiana, Americana, Military and Naval History and Nautical materials. The Comptroller stopped by the store as part of his Shop Maryland for the Holidays tour in Annapolis.
Comptroller Franchot poses with Michael Anthony of New Jersey who was visiting Seasons Olive Oil and Vinegar, a shop along Annapolis’ Main Street, with his family.
Comptroller Franchot presented a speechless Michael Anthony with a Comptroller’s Medallion at Seasons Olive Oil and Vinegar
Comptroller Franchot presents a Comptroller’s Medallion to Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides at Irish Traditions during his final stop Friday afternoon on the Shop Maryland for the Holidays tour in Annapolis
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