Robert C. Murphy Courts of Appeal Building
361 Rowe Boulevard
Todd Silver 410-260-1563
Sally Rankin 410-260-1488
ANNAPOLIS (June 9, 2003) – The Maryland Judiciary will hold its second annual Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and Small Business Outreach on Friday, June 13. The event, organized in partnership with the Department of Human Resources and St. Mary’s College of Maryland, will take place at St. Mary’s College of Maryland’s Montgomery Hall—18952 E. Fisher Road, St. Mary’s City—from 10 am to 4 pm.
The outreach is free to the public, and will provide seminars on creating and building business relationships with the Maryland Judiciary, the Department of Human Resources, and St. Mary’s College of Maryland. Herbert Jordan, III, deputy director of the Governor’s Office of Minority Affairs, will be the guest luncheon speaker.
The mission of the Maryland Judiciary MBE program is to ensure equal access to contacting opportunities for certified minority businesses seeking to do business with the courts. This commitment translates into opportunities for firms with a devotion to providing quality services and creative solutions.
“The Maryland Judiciary is constantly
looking for ways to improve the manner in which we do business,” said Maryland
Court of Appeals Chief Judge Robert M. Bell. “Minority businesses are encouraged
to attend this outreach to explore how they can put their special skills
to work to meet the needs of the courts and our customers.”