Guy working

Burley Oak Brewing owner Bryan Brushmiller, turned adversity into opportunity after losing his job during the 2008 recession.

The Kite loft

Stocked from floor to ceiling with kites in a kaleidoscope of sizes, shapes and colors, the Kite Loft’s wind-powered toys inspire joy in kids of all ages and moved its owners Mary Lynn and Jay Knerr to build a business and a life on Maryland’s Coast.

paintings and scarfs

58 years of promoting artistic expression and appreciation for the creative arts in the community, the Art League of Ocean City has grown into a state-of-the-art center offering art classes, art competitions, exhibit events and more!

Christmas sweet workers

The Christmas Sweet in historic, downtown Pocomoke City is a year-round dessert shop that is both merry and memorable.

the Holland family

For 75 years, the Holland family has owned and operated a successful dairy farm on Maryland’s Coast. Chesapeake Bay Farms is located in Pocomoke City and ran by owners, Danny and Laura.

August of 2021 is a busy month for Worcester County and we’re excited for all of the upcoming local events! The events are great for the county as a whole, bringing business and recognition to our awesome small towns.

John and Erika

Founded by their grandfather John W. Martin in 1958, siblings John and Erika are the current generation to lead their family’s seafood business.

The Eastern Shore of Maryland as a whole is a great place to live for families, couples, young adults, retirees, everyone! Worcester County, however, has a special place in our hearts and the hearts of everyone who’s been here.

Hardwire CEO George Tunis was living in Wilmington and regularly vacationed in Ocean City when he decided to locate his new company Hardwire on Maryland's Coast. The centerpiece of the company’s growing campus is a 65,000-sq.-ft. advanced manufacturing facility on the banks of the Pocomoke River where they design and fabricate life-saving hardware, personal gear and mission-critical products.