Current Participating Businesses
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Any commercial business that provides consumer goods or services in the Maryland area and meets the business criteria is eligible to apply with the Veteran & First Responder Friendly Businesses (VFRFB) Committee for certification as a Veteran & First Responder Friendly Business. Once approved, the business will:
You will receive a brief orientation regarding the program and will need to be signed off by a member of the Veteran & First Responder Friendly Businesses Committee.
The business will remain a VFRFB for a three-year period as long as the establishment continues to meet the Business Criteria. After the initial three-year period recertification is required. The Veteran & First Responder Friendly Businesses certification remains in effect unless the business is found noncompliant at which time the certification may be revoked.
Businesses must meet the following criteria to be listed as a Veteran & First Responder Friendly Business: