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Three years of work have gone into putting a business into action for a Pennsylvania couple. They've created "CNG One Source." It's a natural gas company that has people and businesses, modifying their vehicles for use of the product. Here's a look at how it all works, and the company's plans after a move from Franklin, PA to Erie County.
Nearly ten years ago the ERCGP kicked off a training program designed to underscore local assets by educating citizens through a nine week hands-on course elevating the asset’s importance to community and economic development. 500+ citizens have now graduated from this program and more than 30 more will join the ranks as Spring 2013 Erie Ambassador Graduation takes place at the Erie Yacht Club Tuesday, May 28.
Types of garage doors have changed over the years, and that's furthered enhancement of an Erie County family business. The family behind Plyler Overhead Door Co. prides itself on offering dozens of residential and commercial doors, along with shade systems, like awnings. They have a newly-remodeled show room, and a reputation for putting the customer first. Here's a look at the work they do, and who started the decades-old business.
Americans for the Competitive Enterprise System (ACES) will honor Jim Martin of Northwest Savings Bank and Dr. Jay Badams, Superintendent of the Erie City School District for their personal achievements, business success and commitment to economic education.
Ten employers and training providers today received Governor's Achievement Awards for outstanding hiring and workforce development success. Among the awardees was Mr. Jim Rutkowski, Jr. of Industrial Sales and Manufacturing who was presented with the Western Pennsylvania award.
Located on Peach Street in Erie, Loneshark Seafood specializes in at least 20 different kinds of seafood. Owner Sherry Edkin says opening the store was a goal of hers for quite some time. She buys the fish from the Atlantic and has a recipe available for each piece of seafood in the store. Here's a look at what the market carries, and how it's connecting with customers.
Celebrating three years in business, the First Amendment Tee's Company, otherwise known as FAT Tee's, is seeing a lot of growth. While orders can be placed inside the downtown Erie store, customers from around the world are also ordering online. Click here Here's a look at a place that let's you put what you want to say, on your own shirt, and how the business is expanding.
A husband and wife decided to take a chance on a neighborhood business. He had years of baking experience, and she had managerial experience. Ten years later, their company is known as a popular place in Edinboro. Here's a look at why Tony & Deanna Arnt say Lakeside Bagel & Deli is the only NY-style bagel place in Erie & Crawford Counties.
Learn how to use social media to find new leads, speed up sales cycles and close deals at the upcoming workshop, hosted by the eMarketing Learning Center & NWIRC “Social Sales & Marketing Tools for Industrial Businesses.”
More than 50 years ago, Jay's Auto wrecking opened in Edinboro with an inventory of nearly 30 cars. Today, the business has around 1400 on site. Here's a look at the stock, operations and history of this family-owned business.
For nearly 100 years, an award-winning Erie business has changed with the times, while still keeping its focus on customers. The J.H. Bennett Moving & Storage company first started in 1914 transporting produce in Erie, and later freight. As years passed, the moving of home items took front and center. Here's a look at how the United Van Lines agent operates, and why the word "family" is such a big part.
The Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership proudly introduces you to the NEWLY designed ERIE Magazine. The April-May issue highlights US-Canadian relations in our region. The United States and Canada share the world's largest border and are the world's largest partners in trade. Features include: - The Erie Otters billet program, helping Canadian hockey players feel at home. - Industrial Process and Management Consultants, lending their skills to an Ontario biodiesel startup. - VisitErie, showcasing how Erie is positioned for increased customs allowance from influx of Canadian shoppers.
While adding a teaspoon of local honey to your diet daily is a remedy that's created a lot of buzz, it's something you'll just have to try yourself to see if you bee-lieve it. So where can you purchase local honey? The quest is on and here's a start...
An Erie native takes a chance on making a store full of sweet treats her career. This year, that owner is helping the Ye Ole Sweet Shoppe celebrate 30 years of business in downtown Erie. Here's a look at how some classic baked goods are unchanged, while the company grows in exciting, new ways.
The Film Society of Northwestern Pennsylvania and Destination Erie have partnered to sponsor “ERIE IS…”, a competition to create a short video that depicts the filmmaker’s vision for the future of Erie.