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Business transitions: Jan. 31

MML&K Government Solutions has opened an office in Washington, D.C. and has formed a strategic alliance with mCapitol Management. MML&K currently operates government relations offices in Frankfort, Louisville and Lexington and law offices in Lexington, Louisville, Frankfort and Ashland. The relationship with mCapitol management, a Washington-based government affairs firm, will allow MML&K to better serve new and existing clients from its G Street offices, said MML&K Director Sean Cutter. mCapitol specializes in government relations, marketing and business development and uses the same bipartisan approach as MML&K. Other members of the MML&K team include: Chris Nolan and Mary Ellen Wiederwohl, assistant directors; W. Terry McBrayer, senior partner at the Lexington law firm of McBrayer, McGinnis, Leslie & Kirkland; Charles "Chuck" Lambert and James Higdon, associates; Jason Bentley, MML&K attorney; and Brandy Cantor, client relations manager. For more information, visit MMLKgov.com.

Maggie Thompson-Colon has opened a Lexington Resort Maps franchise. The "souvenir-style" resort map will offer many things to do and see for people vacationing in the area and will be distributed to more than 100 retail shops in the area beginning in April. For more information, e-mail Thompson-Colon at MaggieT@resortmaps.com or call (859) 640-2094. Web site: www.resortmaps.com.

Sneezing Dragon Business and IT Consultants has opened at 3449 Lannette Lane in Lexington. James E. Seymour and Jared Seymour have a combined 80 years of corporate problem-solving experience and will provide clients with business and technical assistance. Phone: (859) 224-9551. Web site: sites.google.com/site/sndragn. E-mail: sndragn@gmail.com.

Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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