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Champion-Hanes Ocean Outlets Store of the Year Champion-Hanes Factory Out- let Store was named Ocean Out- lets' "1994 Store of the Year" on Jan. 18 at the Ocean Outlets' An- nual Merchant's Meeting held at Ruddertowne. Accepting this prestigious award for Champion- Hanes was store manager Melissa Jackewicz. The 1994 Store of the Year was chosen based on criteria including merchant participation in center events, community service, in- store promotions and sales. Cham- pion-Hanes also received the 1994 award for "Highest Sales Vol- ume" in stores 3,000 square feet or under. Store manager Rich Catanese of G.H. Bass was pre- sented with the 1994 award for "Highest Sales Volume" in stores Shown during the Ocean Outlets' Annual Merchants Meet- ing Jan. 18 are (1. to r.) C. Cammack Morton, managing direc- tor of Rothschild Realty, chairman and CEO of Charter Oak Partners; Melissa Jackewicz, store manager of Champion- Hanes which was named the Outlets' 1994 Store of the Year;, and William Neville, executive vice president of Charter Oak. 3,001 square feet and over. Comprised of Ocean Outlets Bayside and Seaside, the outlet center covers more than 200,000 square feet of retail space. Presently there are 72 stores in op- eration and the Phase II expansion currently underway will increase the overall size to nearly 350,000 square feet of retail space. Business Continued from page 48 workers salary and stay open [in the off season] than to close and pay unemployment to those work- ers," said Artz. Concerns were expressed that even though em- ployees are hired to work for a specific period of time, and are aware of such, unemployment payments are still required when seasonal businesses close. Addressing environmental is- sues, Mike Tyler, owner of the Wild Swan Bed and Breakfast in Lewes, argued that Sussex County is full of other areas in need of economic development and the overdevelopment of the resort area will eventually destroy that which visitors come to the beach- es to enjoy. Venables told them he believes that in order to promote and pro- tect small business, small business leaders must communicate with local legislators in order to better understand and affect legislation. The 1995 White House Confer- ence on Small Business is the third national conference of its kind; other national conventions were held in 1980 and 1986. This year's delegation's goals include: positively and construc- tively improving the climate for small business in Delaware; ex- tending counsel to local, state and federal government officials about key policy positions developed by the delegation and supporting the enactment of policies and legisla- tion based on the delegation's rec- ommendations by building a pub- lic climate of support through ef- fective public affairs strategies. Further information about the White House Conference can be obtained by calling Patricia Campbell-White of Joy Gallo Re- altors at 227-6101, Frank Gordy of Gordy Insurance Agency at 684-3413, Bill Pfaff at the SBDC at 856-1555, or by contacting Venables or Voshell. Be a sweetheart... ] give a gift from Carlton's I Call Once and For All, Life... health.., home...car... business. Whatever your insurance needs, we can satisfy them with Nationwide's quality protection that's priced to fit most any budget. Call today. I Fri. - Sat. 10-6 * Sun. 12-5 Mon. - Thurs. 10-5:30 I I I C__ U__i , * On The Avenue. Rehoboth Beach David H. Trultt 365 Savannah Rd. Lewes 645-6459 O NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Na.o,e Umu  Compa ar/Wal  P, ome Ofce: O N=mVae P, IZ=, , OH Zl 6 Ntm Mut kwxar  CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, February 3 -February 9, 1995 - 49 REHOBOTH BEACH COTTAGE *3 BR, 1 BA downstairs & 1 BR, 1 BA upstairs .Excellent rental history ,Screened porches on both levels ,Second block from beach $242,000 (#15) al BR, 1 BA top floor condo with great views on the ocean Possible owner financing .Beautifully maintained & completely furnished $145,000 (#495) THE CREST LONG NECK VILLAGE *Immediate occupancy possible 3 BR, 2 BA home Spacious counW kitchen, large screened porch & deck No ground rent, You own it! $77,500 (#587) REHOBOTH BAY New listing 2 BR,2 BA, screened porch, C/A, utility shed & much more Marina community on Rehoboth Bay Ground rent only $194. 00 month $38,900(#559) LONG NECK VILLAGE 3 BR, 2 BA home on an in fee 75x100 lot Priced below current appraised value Well maintained Peaceful living $84,900 (#563) GARAGE AND WORKSHOP .With 2 BR, 1 BA I mobile included! I Situated on large comer lot with mature trees in Piney Glade You own the ground- no lot rent $44,500 (#1018)