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When she was growing up, Beth Hall learned a lot from her dad about running a small business and the intangibles that enable it to be successful: hard work, dependability, reliability, honesty, family, a commitment to quality customer service, and giving back to the community. Just last month, Beth Hall’s company – Tag & Title Service of Maryland – launched a new Chesapeake Bay license plate promotion to benefit the non-profit Chesapeake Bay Trust. She put real action behind the Hall’s philosophy of giving back. “We are more than simply a small business that happens to be located in Maryland,”
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Joe and Beth stand with sign
On most days, you can find Joe Hall working hard behind his desk or on the service room floor as the longtime owner of Silver Star Service Center on South River Road in Edgewater. But on one snowy day last week, Hall was sitting in a classroom, surrounded by 15 college students young enough to be his sons or daughters.  Along with several other local businesspersons, Hall was at Anne Arundel Community College at the invitation of professor Bill Yuan. Yuan had invited Hall to campus to serve as a judge in a business class competition among several groups of
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Tag and Title Service of Maryland logo
  FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Beth Hall Tag and Title Service of Maryland beth@tagofmd.com (410) 858-0099 EDGEWATER, MD (Nov. 8, 2018) – Tag and Title Service of Maryland, a locally owned and operated small business in Edgewater, has launched a new Chesapeake Bay tag promotion this month, owner Beth Hall announced.  Motorists can stop by the company’s offices at 24 Old South River Road 7-days-a-week to obtain the plates. Proceeds from the Bay plate will benefit the non-profit Chesapeake Bay Trust. “As a small business based in Maryland, we are proud to be part of this Chesapeake Bay tag promotion,”
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