Exclusively






Exclusively Series is a "table-top" niche publication designed to target the most affluent people in a specific area. With only one company selected by its peers to represent each category, each participant is non-competitively profiled as one of the best a particular area has to offer.

In conjunction, each publication benefits a prestigious non-profit organization in the specific area. With this, each company is presented as the top in its field, and a business with a concern for the community.

This unique publication has proven successful for its participants and selected charities in over twenty markets nationwide.

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"Since the initial launch party, the YWCA has been blessed with everything from catering services for victims of domestic violence and donations to the agency’s annual Disco Gala auction to fantastic art and digital media design to promote the work of the organization. All of this, thousands of dollars worth of support to our Anne Arundel County based non-profit, was born out of the relationship that we formed solely because of Exclusively Greater Annapolis. "
Molly Knipe, YWCA of Annapolis & Anne Arundel County



Featured Benefactor

Hospice of Queen Anne's is a fully licensed, Medicare-certified agency offering five levels of care—routine home hospice, hospice residential center care, continuous care, in-patient care and respite care—and a new Bridges Program serving those in the community who are still seeking curative treatment for their illness but need assistance at home.
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Featured Participant

Ed Garono of RE/MAX American Dream in Bel Air is a lifelong resident who grew up and still lives on a farm in Harford County. Upon becoming a licensed real estate agent 20 years ago, he realized that his background and community involvement would serve him well in providing sound, practical advice to his clients in all types of market conditions. The team serves Harford, Baltimore, Howard and Cecil Counties as well as Baltimore City.
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