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Rams Head 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways

While five golden rings do not seem too shabby, I’m not sure how I would feel if I received ten lords a leaping, seven swans a swimming, or even a partridge in a pear tree. Rams Head has remedied this problem with our Twelve Days of Christmas Giveaways! We are so thankful for the amazing companies participating in the giveaways this year.  Make this holiday season even sweeter by entering to win one of our fabulous prizes this year! And what, you might ask, could you win from a simple one click entry? DID SOMEONE SAY PIZZA?!  Kicking off our giveaways on December 13th, we are starting by giving away beer growlers and pizza for TEN from Rams Head Roadhouse. As that cold weather is starting to settle in, what could be better than a beer & pizza night in with… Read More >

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Primera Noche Latina – A Sold Out Success

On Friday, August 21st business leaders & owners,  Alderman and the Annapolis community joined together in support of Centro De Ayuda.  The event, dubbed Noche Latina, was a brain child Dr. Reynaldo ‘Rudi’ Rodriguez (Friend of the Centro de Ayuda), Centro de Ayuda Executive Director Loise Novochadlo, Baroak/Loews Hotel General Manager Barbara McMahon, Boatyard Bar & Grill owner Dick Frayno and Rams Head Group President Erin McNaboe to support Centro de Ayuda.   The event raised nearly $15,000 to support Centro de Ayuda. Centro de Ayuda’s mission is to promote self-sufficiency and the successful integration of Hispanic/Latinos and other immigrant families into Annapolis and the greater community of Anne Arundel County.   For over 11 years, the Center of Help has served the immigrant population in Anne Arundel County, assisting new American families helping to successfully integrate into the U.S. culture. The… Read More >

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Rams Head Volunteers for National Aquarium

On Friday, May 29th, leadership from the Rams Head Group volunteered at the wetland restoration event at Masonville Cove.  Coordinated through our partnership at the National Aquarium, the weekend planting brought out 51 volunteers and 154 students to plant about 17,600 plugs of wetland grasses.   The plants help to create a living shoreline that will provide multiple ecosystem services, as well as habitat for wildlife. Masonville Cove, once a recreational area for local citizens and most recently an abandoned and neglected section of shoreline along the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River, will soon be a thriving natural area in Baltimore City once more! Thank you to the Rams Head team for their hard work!   If you wish to join other efforts at Masonville Cove, please consider the BioBlitz on Saturday, June 27th. To learn more about the National Aquarium,… Read More >

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Rams Head betting on Black Eyed Susan Day

On May 15th, 2015 The Rams Head Group had the honor of presenting the 43rd Running of The Hilltop Stakes at Black-Eyed Susan Day at Pimlico. One of Pimlico’s oldest stakes races, the Black-Eyed Susan was first run at Pimlico in 1919 as the Pimlico Oaks. The name was changed in 1952 to complement the Preakness and to acknowledge the Maryland state flower. The mile and one-eighth test, for three-year-old fillies is traditionally run the Friday before the Preakness. The race was first graded in 1973 and has been a Grade II event since 1976. The Black-Eyed Susan has long been recognized as the middle jewel of the traditional filly Triple Crown, which also includes the Kentucky Oaks Stakes (at Churchill Downs) and the Acorn Stakes (at Belmont Park). Only three fillies: Wistful (1949), Real Delight (1952), and Davona Dale… Read More >

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