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Fryday Is Opening Its Easy Networking Events Franchise In Elkridge



Fryday is an international network of professionals that produce networking events.



Fryday is a networking events franchise and is now ready to launch in Elkridge. Fryday’s networking events franchise is easy to work with and will give you a good income. Sign up now to take advantage of the easy franchise opportunity in Elkridge or contact us for more information.


The Benefits of Being a Fryday Representative in Elkridge

Coaching

Fryday’s management will provide you with all the coaching you need to succeed.

Run Your Own Company

You will have the freedom and learning opportunities that come with running your company, which is something many people dream of having.

Work From Home

You can work from home if that suits your lifestyle. You can also work when you want which improves your freedom even more.

Start-Up Experience

Running Fryday in your city is like running a start-up but much safer. You will earn a lot of valuable start-up experience.

Running Fryday’s Event Franchise In Elkridge is Easy!



Think about yourself standing in the middle of the business community in your city being the person who made them all come to your event and being the one person who knows the most of them, the person they all want to meet.



Fryday has four distinct concepts in its easy event franchise that you can use and adapt to the market in Elkridge. Afterwork, Professional Networking, Trainings and Breakfast Meetings. Each concept has its own unique benefits and even though many guests are attending several of the formats having several concepts opens up a wider market.



Become a part of Fryday’s successful community and go ahead with Fryday’s easy event franchise in Elkridge today! Sign up below or contact us if you have any questions!


Message About Opening Fryday’s Easy Networking Events Franchise In Elkridge

Fryday offers its guests a forum for networking with active, international professionals and that has been proven very attractive.
Fryday Afterwork is the end of the week free networking events typically starting in the early evening of Fridays in a down town venue. Come and meet interesting people in a very relaxed format.
By opening Fryday’s networking events franchise in Elkridge you will be authorized to carry out the commercial activities that are included in Fryday’s networking events franchise and will be given the exclusive rights to Fryday’s brand, system, knowledge database and experience and also receive regular training and coaching to make sure you will be a successful Representative in Elkridge.

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Prices and Conditions

No other fees than the below applies. You keep all the extra income yourself. Fryday has no notice period so you can cancel the agreement by stop paying but be aware that your exclusive rights to Fryday are then forfeited and somebody else will be able to take over your community.

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Elkridge

Elkridge is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in Howard County, Maryland, United States. The population was 15,593 at the 2010 census. Founded early in the 18th century, Elkridge is located at the confluence of three counties, the other two being Anne Arundel and Baltimore counties.

Elkridge qualifies as the oldest settlement in its present county, when Howard was a part of Anne Arundel County. Its location on the Patapsco River was a key element in its growth. The Maryland General Assembly elected a law to erect a 30-acre (120,000 m2), forty-lot town at the pre-existing settlement of Elkridge Landing to be called "Jansen Town" in 1733. In 1738 an attempt to formalize the town failed with the death of the commissioners before passage. In 1750 a second attempt to formalize the town was attempted around the lands of Phillip Hammond. By comparison, Baltimore Town consisted of only 25 dwellings at that time. A third petition was filed in 1762.

The settlement was founded as a place where planters, who each had a wharf along the river, could bring their tobacco crop to be loaded on English trading ships. Later, Elkridge Landing was built as the seaport dock for the community. In 1755 the Elkridge Furnace was founded at the Elkridge Furnace Complex, a historic iron works located on approximately 16 acres (65,000 m2) and including six remaining buildings of an iron furnace which operated into the 1860s. The millrace that fed water to the furnace was filled in in the 1920s to create the current "Race Road". The Hockley Forge and Mill were created upstream in 1760. In 1781, Lafayette camped light infantry at Elkridge Landing en route to Virginia during the Revolutionary war. In 1825, Jansen Town burned, taking out all of the oldest buildings at the Landing and 9 out of 10 houses in the village. The same year, on October 12, 1825, the Elkridge Landing postal stop was created.

Elkridge has historic churches, including Melville Church on Furnace Avenue. Its original building was the first Methodist church built (1772) and was visited on the circuit rides of Francis Asbury. Saint Augustine Church, on Old Washington Road, was built in 1845 and opened its parochial school in 1870.[12]

Elkridge had a rich history of industries, including pig-iron forging, basket weaving, paper, cotton and grist milling, as well as employment from the B&O Railroad. The Thomas Viaduct, located over Levering Avenue at the entrance to the Patapsco Valley State Park, is the oldest multiple-arched curved stone railroad bridge in the world. Built in 1833, its architect was Benjamin Latrobe, Jr. The B&O first used horse-drawn coaches in relays, hence Relay Station was added. The viaduct also carried the Tom Thumb, and the first telegraph message from Washington, D.C., stating "What hath God wrought?" was wired across.

Elkridge did not escape the Civil War. Union troops guarded the Thomas Viaduct and the thoroughfare to Baltimore with a captured Winans Steam Gun while camping on Lawyers Hill, a community of summer estates built over the years by residents such as Caleb Dorsey ("Belmont"), Baltimore City Supreme Bench Judge George Washington Dobbin ("the Lawn"), Thomas Donaldson ("Edgewood"), John Latrobe ("Fairy-Knowe"), and the Penniman family home ("Wyndhurst"). Some of these families had slaves.

"Maycroft", a Lawyers Hill Estate.
Their estate cottages were built along the top of the Lawyers Hill, including along Old Lawyers Hill Road, on which at one corner stands the Elkridge Assembly Rooms. This community hall, built in 1871, was a neutral meeting place for entertainments for Northern and Southern sympathizers of the neighborhood and owned by them as stockholders. Neighbors did not betray neighbors and each protected others' property from advancing troops. Many homes remain, while others burned and have not been rebuilt, such Fairie Knowe in 1850 and 1900. The Lawyers Hill Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1993.

The Washington Turnpike Road Company built what is now Washington Boulevard between 1796 and 1812, creating a major north–south land route that is now U.S. Route 1. As automobiles became a popular alternative to rail, the corridor became the key road and commercial corridor between Baltimore and Washington. With increased travel speeds, Elkridge was the location of "Dead Man's Curve" near Ducketts Lane. In 1915, bus service was started between Elkridge and the terminal adjacent to the Montgomery Ward Warehouse and Retail Store in Baltimore.

In 1939, the Andrews Brothers opened the first mobile home park in Elkridge. In 1987, Howard County commissioned studies to develop commercial properties that were not detailed in the 1980 general plan.

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