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The fifth annual Montgomery County Business Hall of Fame (MCBHOF) is scheduled for Thursday, October 27, 2016 at The Universities at Shady Grove (USG). This prestigious event, co-founded by Grossberg Company LLP CPAs and Monument Bank, is a celebration of people who have made a positive impact on the Montgomery County business community.

The 2015 event honored the following four inductees: Ron Paul, CEO of EagleBank; Dr. Martine Rothblatt, CEO of United Therapeutics Corporation; Kevin Sexton, President and CEO of Holy Cross Health; and Jim Sweet, President of Smokey Glen Farm Barbequers, Inc.

Since its inception, MCBHOF has raised over $540,000 for the USG scholarship fund through donations and through the induction event. All net proceeds from the MCBHOF benefit the scholarship programs at The Universities at Shady Grove, the University System of Maryland’s regional educational center which brings nine Maryland public universities and more than 80 academic degree programs directly to Montgomery County. The same type of vision that led to the creation of USG – to do something truly unique and extraordinary – is the type of vision our honorees all share.

Countdown to the 2016 Business Hall of Fame Luncheon!
October 27, 2016 at 11:30 am

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2015 Press Release


Presented By

   Grossberg Company LLC - Founding Sponsor Montgomery County Business Hall of Fame          

Beneficiary

Net proceeds from the Montgomery County Business Hall of Fame will benefit the scholarship programs at The Universities at Shady Grove (USG), a regional center of the University System of Maryland.

Sponsored By

Eagle Bank
Bethesda Magazine
Kaiser_Permanente

Fitzgerald Auto Mall | Kendall Capital | Montgomery County Public Schools

Smokey Glen Farm Barbequers, Inc. | The Kramer Family | The Meltzer Group

The University of Maryland University College| The Universities at Shady Grove

University of Maryland College Park Foundation