Micro Center recently welcomed dignitaries from the State of Maryland and County of Baltimore. The Towson store was honored with citations from the Maryland Senate presented by Senator Kathy Klausmeier; the Maryland House of Delegates presented by Delegate Susan Aumann; the Maryland General Assembly presented by Delegates Joseph Boteler, Eric Bromwell, and John Cluster; the Baltimore County Executive’s Office presented by Assistant County Executive Larry Simmons; and the Baltimore County Council presented by Councilman David Marks.
VP Retail Sales Rob Demme thanked the officials and staff of Baltimore County who were instrumental in helping establish the newest Micro Center and praised their pro-business approach and concern for the interests of their citizens with a plaque given to Assistant County Executive Larry Simmons.
“I have been in discussions with Micro Center over the past few months and am very happy they chose the Perring Plaza for their first Baltimore location,” Baltimore County Councilman David Marks said. “Not only is this a specialty computer store found nowhere else in the region, but it will lead to up to 200 new jobs at this location.”
“The public has wanted something different from the stores you already see throughout Baltimore,” added Maryland Delegate John Cluster. “Micro Center is unlike any other store in this region and has the wow factor people have been looking for.”
Towson General Manager Martell Lucas also welcomed the state and local government dignitaries, representatives from Federal Realty, representatives from Intel, PR and Marketing Manager Lauren Taylor from the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce, and the press to the store for the ceremonial ribbon cutting. Refreshments were served, tours of the new store were provided, and Intel race cars offered an exhilarating chance to experience the latest technology.