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Lewes Office Machines re-locates to Clay Road Currently located within Mid- 44. CAPE GPZTI2Z, Friday, April 4- April 10, 1997 way Office and Art Supply's Route 1 site, Lewes Office Ma- chines has plans to re-locate its operation to 60 Clay Road in Lewes in early May. Lewes Office Machines owner Sam Higgins, who opened the business at its Route 1 location last August, said Chamber donates to fireworks fund The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce recently donated $1,000 to Rehoboth Beach Main Street's $30,000 goal need to bring a fireworks display to downtown Rehoboth Beach on Sunday evening, July 6. The amount do- nated makes the chamber a major sponsor of the event. Shown during the presentation are (l-r) Carol Everhart, chamber executive director; Rob Marshall, chamber presi- dent; Kathy Kramedas, Main Street president, and Anne Marie Bur/n, ell Main Street executive director. Tourism Continued from page 43 Frechtling launched into the 10 points a market-driven manager endeavors to accomplish. They include creating customer focus with a staff trained to handle prob- lems and to listen to customers' complaints as a "golden opportu- nity" for improvement. "Define and nurture competen- cy and measure your marketing intelligence to see how you are achieving your goal," through talking to customers, looking at your advertising, searching for new markets and sharing research I with other businesses." He went on to advise them to target their markets rather than waste resources on developing shoulder season events. "Envi- sion your future and grow with strategic alliances which can ben- efit your success," Frechtling said. In wrapping up, Frechtling told them he is "delighted by all of the new construction in Rehoboth and Dewey, with better buildings re- placing shabby ones. But don't just let it happen - decide your own future - how many houses, the right business mix. After all, I don't think you need another T- shirt shop!" he said. he is looking forward to the move. "We hope to have it moved by May 1," said Higgins, who operat- ed the business in Easton, Md. pri- or to moving to Lewes. "We'll stay at this location until then." The new location will feature 1,500 square feet for the business, which sells office supplies such as fax machines, typewriters, calcu- lators, time clocks, and cash regis- ters. To contact Higgins at Lewes Office Machines, call 645-0579. Midway Office and Art Sup- ply will be closed Saturday, April 5 and re-open at its new location on Monday, April 7 in Midway Shopping Center (behind the Roadhouse and next to the Cape Gazette). They are also planning a grand opening celebration on Friday and Saturday, April 25-26 with a variety of giveaways, door prizes and refreshments. The new mailing address is 35 Midway Shopping Center, Rehoboth Beach DE 19971, and the phone number remains 645-2287. Visitors Center offers promotional brochure The Delaware State Chamber of Commerce Visitors Center at Bridgeville is promoting Kent and Sussex County destinations through a new pamphlet called "Delaware Adventures." The one- page publication gives descrip- tions of area attractions and in- eludes a map pinpointing their lo- cations. The publication is avail- able at the Visitors Center as well as the Delaware State Chamber's Wilmington Office. For more in- formation, call 337-8877. Career Closet today at Blue Hen Mall A Career Closet will be held to- day from I0 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Blue Hen Mall and Corporate Center on Route 113 in Dover. A large selection of clean, fash- ionable used career clothing and accessories will be offered for sale at reasonable prices. In addition, Brenda Whitehurst's "Heels on Wheels" will offer shoes to com- plement spring wardrobes. The Career Closet is sponsored by BPW/Delaware. People Help- ing People, First State Communi- ty Action Agency, YWCA's Working Capital Delaware, and the Delaware State Housing Au- thority. Looldng to bug or seE? ThePrudenbal Gallo Realty 1322 King's Hwy. Lewes DE SUSSEX EAST HOMES ROUTE 9 -1 MILE WEST OF FIVE POINTS, LEWES, DELAWARE Dine in St le ! A spacious front kitchen that includes GE appliances, broom closet, box bay window, eat-in bar, and white cabinets. 14x66 Schult 645-2030 or 645-2040 .... i'. , ;:  :: DON'T COMPROMISE This 3 BR,2 BA ranch has everything you need. Hand-lald stone fireplace, skylights, cathedral ceilings, C/A, walk-in closets, garden tub and more located on a 1/2 acre lot. An exceptional value at only $89,900. ! PEACE AND QUIET abound in this maintenance free 3 BR, 2 BA home in Falcon Crest. Located on a wooded lot this home offers a screened )orch, H/P, utility room, 2 car garage and foyer. A relaxing oasis after a busy day. $129,750. MILTON TASTEE FREEZE Turnkey operation[ Located in Historic Milton on heavily traveled Rt. 16, this well maintained restaurant is being offered at $175,000 and includes equip- ment, building, business and a 3 lot par- cel. ANGOLA BY THE BAY Nestled in the woods on a quiet cul-de- sac with an extra lot, this 2 BR cottage with den has room to expand or add a garage. Large screened porch and out- side shower are added attractions. $79,500. COVEY CREEK Impeccable maintained Cape Cod in popular community. This lovely home offers heat pump, utility room, sundeck, huge walk-in cedar closet, new Berber carpet, large kitchen pantry and 2 car attached garage. Great location and being offered at $159,900. "kge k Hmw k m/n"  m eegm Iad 4 a Imm bo.  mttvmgh ClETURY 21 hrchim d.d.g 14. 01we PAnUy 21 Red Estm Coqxnlion ard = - IMIm d Certify 21Rml EmlB ,eqxnli Equd HmJng ORdudly EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENOENY OWNED AND OPERATED. ---(;ALL FOR A TOUR OF TH S HeM