The following sales associates affiliated with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage office in Beverly have been recognized for their sales successes and will be honored during a reception on April 29 in Boston:
John Farrell of Hamilton, President’s Elite award, for the top 3 percent of sales associates worldwide in the Coldwell Banker system; Pamela Spiros of Danvers, Philio Cushing of Manchester, Michael McNiff of Beverly and Fay Salt of Beverly, President’s Circle award, for the top 6 percent.
Stephanie Tallo has joined Beverly Bank as vice president, compliance officer. Most recently, Tallo was senior vice president/compliance officer/internal audit manager at Eagle Bank in Everett. She has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and psychology from Dartmouth College.
Kaloutas Painting, a commercial painting company in Peabody, has acquired Ipswich-based sister companies Clean World Floors and Res-Stone Industrial Flooring, which specialize in sales and installation of commercial and industrial flooring. The operations and headquarters of Clean World Floors and Res-Stone Industrial Flooring in Ipswich will be relocated to Kaloutas Painting’s campus in Peabody. This is the first acquisition for the 27-year-old company.
Beverly Main Streets, in partnership with the city of Beverly, has launched the 2014 Façade and Sign Improvement Program to help business and property owners in downtown Beverly spruce up their storefronts. Owners may apply for up to $5,000 in matching funds. Since 2008, more than $275,000 in improvements have been made in downtown Beverly as a result of the program. Previous recipients include Chianti, A New Leaf, Todd’s Sporting Goods, Rainbow Organics, Salerno’s and Marino’s Café. Details are available at www.beverlymainstreets.org.
In honor of National Women’s History Month in March, Ye Olde Pepper Candy Companie at 122 Derby St., Salem, is sponsoring Bonnie Hurd Smith’s Salem women’s history website, which Smith created to support the Salem Women’s Heritage Trail guidebook published a number of years ago. Ye Olde Pepper Candy Companie is itself a site on the Salem Women’s Heritage Trail because it was founded by Mary Spencer in 1806, making it the oldest candy company in America. The website is www.salemwomenshistory.com.