This fall has been an exciting time for Maryland’s own Prestige Beverage Group. In October, the company held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new offices in Elkridge, having completed its move from much smaller digs in Curtis Bay. At that event, managing partners Bill Burrill and Joey Smith also teamed with Berrywine Plantations/Linganore Winecellars to present Johns Hopkins’ Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center with a check for $8,566 – the result of a charitable initiative the two Maryland beverage companies have collaborated on throughout the current year. In attendance were such luminaries as Linganore Winecellars President Anthony Aellen and Ian Kennedy, deputy chief of staff for Howard County. And in November, Prestige celebrates its third year in business.
Maryland-Based Beverage Group Finds New Prestige in Howard County
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