Sunday, November 7, 2004
Real estate firm's focus on land, acreage
KENWOOD - Mark Miller recently joined Group Realtors and has formed a real estate entity that specializes in land sales and homes with acreage.
Cincyland.com, Miller said, is the only real-estate entity that focuses on land sales in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
"The Web site is a huge source of information on all aspects of land," Miller said. "Now, buyers and sellers of land and houses with extra land will be able to find what they need in one easy-to-use place."
Cincyland.com will allow people to search the entire MLS. In addition, the "Land Links" section provides information for land development professionals and prospective buyers.
Group Realtors has grown to more than 80 agents in slightly over a year. It has offices in Hyde Park, Kenwood, Finneytown and Bridgetown. It is operated by principals Jonathan Roth and Barry Roth.
Information: (513) 981-7797, www.grouprealtors.com or www.cincyland.com.
Rehabilitation clinic opens at new location
KENWOOD - A rehabilitation clinic has moved and reopened Monday.
Spectrum Rehab, formerly at 9275 Montgomery Road, Suite 500, is now located in The Jewish Hospital Medical Office Building, 4760 E. Galbraith Road, Suite 116.
Spectrum Rehab, established 10 years ago, provides a full range of physical therapy services. It is part of The Christ Hospital and The Health Alliance.
Information: (513) 794-9300.
Interfaith minister launches Web site
BLUE ASH - An ordained interfaith minister has expanded her scope of services and has launched a Web site to communicate her offerings.
The Rev. Debora Hall Bradley specializes in helping couples create personalized marriage ceremonies. She also works with people to design meaningful rituals and ceremonies for other important milestones and family events. Bradley then officiates at or facilitates the event.
Information: (513) 984-6354 or www.spiritualceremoniesbydesign.com.
Landscaping firm wins merit award
CARTHAGE - A landscape makeover designed for Bond Hill-based Givaudan Flavors earned honors for a local firm.
Fredericks Landscaping Inc. won a merit award in the Ohio Nursery and Landscape Association's annual recognition program, in the commercial landscape renovation over-$50,000 category. The presentation was made Oct. 17.
Fredericks was founded in 1977 by Fred Hollmann, who is now the company's president. The company provides seasonlong ground management services for commercial properties and condominium associations in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. It is headquartered at 7010 Vine St.
Information: (513) 821-9407 or www.fredericksland.com
Diabetes foundation adopts greeting card
A recognition program created for the local chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation has been adopted by the foundation's national office in New York.
The program, designed by downtown-based Burke/Weltner Advertising, was designed to thank major contributors for their gifts to the organization. It consists of two greeting cards. The exterior of one card says, "Our research has identified the most powerful tool in the fight against diabetes." The message inside adds: "Your generosity."
The program, conceived by foundation staffer Jennifer Trokhan, was executed by Eric Weltner and Brian Burke of Burke/Weltner Advertising. When an official from the national office visited Cincinnati, she liked the cards so much she ordered them to be customized for use by the national office and all local foundation chapters.
Burke/Weltner, at 632 Vine St., downtown, Suite 805, works with numerous regional and national clients in addition to the foundation.
Information: (513) 579-1222 or www.burke-weltner.com.
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