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All Star Team Service Unveils New Company Name and Logo

WALDORF –– Owner James Cobb announced the new name for All Star Team Service, “WeClean2Please.” Cobb says the launch of the new name and logo is an important milestone for the company, highlighting their initiative to expand and grow the company in Southern Maryland and beyond.

WeClean2Please will continue to be a provider of residential cleaning services, commercial cleaning services, floor care and large scale event clean up in Southern Maryland and Prince George’s County. Cobb says they adopted the new name to better communicate the array of services they offer and separate themselves from competition in Southern Maryland, Prince George’s County and Washington D.C.

The new logo incorporates the company’s existing colors and features several elements including the bubbles depicting each of the services the company offers. The new corporate identity also includes a new tagline, “We don’t just clean, WeClean2Please.”

Platform System, Inc. concludes the second phase of the disabled veterans program

LEXINGTON PARK—Kurt Parsons, Owner and Chief Executive Officer of Platform System, Inc. successfully completed Phase II of the Veterans Entrepreneurship Program (VEP) on May 16 at the University of Florida (UF). Sponsored by UF, the Warrington College of Business Administration and the Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation (CEI), the VEP assists disabled veterans with their business venture. The program is free to eligible veterans. This year's VEP hosted 43 decorated veterans from across the U.S. The program consists of three phases that provide practical training in venture creation and growth.

Before arriving at the University of Florida, VEP participants completed Phase I—a five-week, online concept development phase. Phase II was an eight-day "boot camp" where UF faculty, guest entrepreneurs and business experts exposed veterans to the fundamental elements of business ownership through workshops, lectures and other activities. Phase III, which consists of eight months of mentoring and venture development from the program's resident entrepreneurs and experts, began in June.

Platform Systems, Inc. is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) located near Patuxent River Naval Air Station with over 22 years' expertise in providing engineering design, analysis, fabrication, installation and program management services to the federal government, including the Navy, Arm, Air Force, Customs & Border Protection and other entities. Founded in 1993, Platform Systems has become an industry leader in the fields of rapid prototyping, aircraft structural analysis, aircraft modification and sensor integration.

Parsons is a retired Naval Aviator with 21 years' military experience. He has received 41 different awards including the Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal, Combat Air Medal and Combat Action Ribbon. While defending the United States all over the world, his service has included both ground and aerial war fighting over Afghanistan and Iraq. The Platform Systems team is comprised of 21 people.

New, Relocated and Expanded Businesses in Calvert Co.

New Businesses

Pet Paradise Salon & Spa
25 Dalrymple Road, Suite 105, Sunderland

Edward Jones
9120 Chesapeake Ave., Suite 200, North Beach

Thai Mama
10318 Southern Maryland Blvd., Dunkirk

Relocation and Expansion

The Clubhouse Childcare Center
4190 Hunting Creek Road, Huntingtown

Community Bank of the Chesapeake
200 Market Square Drive, Prince Frederick

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