BUSINESS BRIEFS — State Ferries, Mobilisa ink new contract . . . and other local business items
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The deal calls for 33 of Mobilisa's IM2610 TWIC Plus readers.
The Intellicheck Mobilisa readers, said CEO Nelson Ludlow, will seamlessly integrate into State Ferries' existing access-control security system to authenticate and enroll employee federal Transportation Worker Identification Credential, or TWIC, cards; authenticate TWIC cards of visitors and vendors; as well as read driver's licenses, passports and ferry employee ID cards.
Installation is expected to be completed by late this month, Ludlow said.
PORT ANGELES — Bunny Cornwall, nationally certified massage therapist, recently attended a four-day workshop on contemplative practices for massage therapists in Dungeness with Jamie Deering, a massage therapist and educator in Port Ludlow.
The class covered nurturing compassionate presence and touch, tools for daily physical well-being and stretching and breathing with awareness.
Restorative movement to stimulate the body's healing process was also included.
Cornwall can be reached at Olympic Day Spa, 332 E. Eighth St., or by phoning 360-565-8000.
PORT ANGELES — Agent Stacey Price of RE/MAX Evergreen, 505 E. Eighth St., recently obtained her seniors real estate specialist (SRES) designation.
Designees are “qualified to address the needs of homebuyers and sellers age 50 [and older],” according to www.seniorsrealestate.com.
For more information, phone 360-457-6600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last modified: August 02. 2014 4:33PM