Baltimore Get A Chance To Enjoy "Favorite Things" Sponsored by JMD Entertainment & Media Group

Janice McLean DeLoatch's JMD Entertainment & Media Group is sponsoring "Favorite Things,"

Online PR News – 11-September-2014 – Baltimore, MD – Baltimore, MD - TV Host Janice McLean DeLoatch and JMD Entertainment & Media Group will be sponsoring "Favorite Things," a celebration of Maryland businesses and entrepreneurs who are creating jobs and products locally, on Sunday, September 21, 2014 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Baltimore Museum of Industry located at 1415 Key Highway, Inner Harbor South in Baltimore.  The event will be taped and hosted by TV host Janice McLean DeLoatch of the “Janice McLean DeLoatch Show.”  Various businesses will be showcasing their achievements through a series of presentations and everyone is invited to watch the show, which will be aired on various local and national channels.

The Janice McLean DeLoatch Show is a monthly talk show that includes news and discussions on entrepreneurship, business, entertainment, sports and politics. Janice McLean DeLoatch, is the producer and host of the former "Entrepreneurs Edge" television show. The Janice McLean DeLoatch Show airs on This Tv in Maryland, Fox Affiliates in Maryland and Washington DC, and additional public and local channels.  Broadcasts air monthly on Sundays at 8:30 am on This Tv and at various times on other channels.

Maryland's rich history as a manufacturing state and Baltimore's manufacturing history in particular make this city an appropriate venue for this event.  Maryland is home to companies like Proctor & Gamble, Under Armour, Black & Decker, Pompeian Olive Oils and Vinegars, DAP Products, Boordy Vineyards and Domino Sugars.  Companies and business owners are excited about the upcoming event and the chance to interact with the public.  “It’s nice that the ‘Janice McLean DeLoatch Show’ gives entrepreneurs and businesses like mine a chance to show the world what we are creating everyday on a broader scale!” said Sharon Gayle of The Sharon Gayle Collection.

Other business owners were eager to personally thank Janice for her help in sponsoring the event.  “As a woman business owner of a fashion boutique, I am pleased that another woman takes note in my work and has provided a platform such as this to share it with the world.  Thanks Janice!” said Toni James of The Katwalk Boutique.

The event promises to be a great opportunity for Maryland businesses to show the world their accomplishments.

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