Promoting Business and the Economic Well-Being of the Region
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DELAWARE COUNTY, YOUR HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE!
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
2 Website Stats
3 Chamber Member Spotlight
6 Bizz Buzz
14 Calendar of Events
19 Ribbon Cuttings
Message from the President
By Jeffrey G. Vermeulen
Welcome to summertime in Delaware
County! We are fortunate to live in a
For the month of April
region that experiences all four seasons Hits: 463,525 Visitors: 14,427
and as the temperatures climb, I Top Categories searched:
encourage you to get out and enjoy the 1. Attorneys
wonderful leisure activities available
3. Restaurants & Take Out Foods
throughout our County. 4. Consulting Services
5. Advertising, Public Relations and Related Services
As I hope you took note of on the cover
of this edition of our Connections newsletter, we are hosting a new For the month of May
event this summer called “Delaware County’s Rally for Business.” If Hits: 475,122 Visitors: 14,368
you are like me, you’re more than likely a bit tired of all of the doom Top Categories searched:
and gloom economic news that’s being reported in the national 1. Advertising, Public Relations and Related Services
media. I for one, have noticed there are some truly wonderful 2. Accountants/CPAs
3. Insurance (Agencies, Brokers & Carriers)
business stories to be told right here at home. As such, we, along 4. Manufacturers
with the Delaware County Daily Times and the Brandywine 5. Real Estate Agents and Brokers
Conference and Visitor’s Bureau, will be hosting the Rally on August
6th to highlight these stories and celebrate our resiliency in the face
of enormous pressure.
Perhaps your company, or one of your clients or colleagues, has
celebrated a business milestone over the past 12 months. Or added
jobs. Or increased charitable giving. Whatever the story may be, we’d
like to hear about it. Over the next few weeks, we will be collecting
these stories and sharing them with our friends at the Times. They in
turn, will be printing a few selected success stories that will be featured
in a special “Chamber Rally for Business” section of the newspaper
surrounding the event on August 6th at the Drexelbrook.
On the Cover
Be sure to visit www.delcochamber.org for additional information Business
Connections 2009 Rally
regarding the Rally, and to find out how you, your company and staff Promoting Business and the Economic Well-Being of the Region
can participate in this truly unique event happening right here in For Business
Be sure to visit
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Delaware County. I would be remiss if I didn’t urge you while you are
on our site to click the “Delco/Brandywine Tourism” link to visit the additional information regarding
CVB’s website for information on travel and tourism happenings the Rally, and to find out how
throughout Delaware County this summer. you, your company and staff can
DELAWARE COUNTY, YOUR HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE! participate in this truly unique
event happening right here in
On behalf of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce, I would Delaware County.
like to extend to you our wishes for a healthy and safe summer and INSIDE THIS ISSUE
2 Website Stats
3 Chamber Member Spotlight
hope to see you at the Rally!
6 Bizz Buzz
14 Calendar of Events
19 Ribbon Cuttings
Published by the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce
Jeffrey G. Vermeulen For advertising information, contact Carol Hoffman at 610.565.3677
President or email CarolH@delcochamber.org.
Delaware County Chamber of Commerce
2 Business Connections July/August 2009
Chamber Member SPOTLIGHT
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in 1967, Visual Sound is widely recognized for of worship and corporate complexes.
providing its customers in the tri-state area with
two high-quality divisions, AV Systems Solutions Bring Your Special Event to Life
and AV Rental / Staging. In today’s high-tech, high-speed world, audiences
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Each project is professionally executed and Combining our experience, technical expertise
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Its team of skilled experts can handle both the possible. Our event production team offers a full
small and large jobs. Find out how Visual Sound complement of services designed to add energy
can meet your AV Systems or rental/staging and excitement to your affair, while removing the
needs. Call Dawn Blanford at 610-690-1491or hassle associated with conceptualizing, planning
visit www.visualsound.com. and producing. These services include staging and
creative services, media content, technical
Customized AV Systems Solutions lighting and audio.
Visual Sound’s highly trained, industry-certified
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Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union (FMFCU) recently made a $2,500 Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union dedicated a minimum of $5 million to
donation on behalf of its members to Tyler Arboretum’s Teaching Garden. help local small business owners with their business borrowing needs. In
FMFCU made the donation as part of its recent e-Services Campaign addition, the Credit Union recently added a full line of business services
where members were encouraged to help save the environment by and hired Business Development and Commercial Loan Officer, Darren
reducing paper waste and signing up for FMFCU’s electronic services. Mitchell.
On May 1, the Pennsylvania Department of Education granted Neumann The March of Dimes is honoring five outstanding members of the Delaware
College the approval to become Neumann University. The process of County community at their 14th Annual Salute to Excellence in Delaware
achieving university status took more than two years from concept to County on October 8, 2009, which will be held at Drexelbrook Catering
completion. It is the latest milestone in Neumann’s growth. & Banquet facility. This event helps raise money for the March of Dimes
mission of improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects,
Delaware County has been chosen to receive $156,640.00 to supplement premature birth and infant mortality. Contact Alexis Dowhie Moyer at
emergency food and shelter programs in the county. A Local Board made (610)-945-6050.
up of United Way of Southeast Delaware County, Community Action
Agency of Delaware County, City Team Ministries, Catholic Social The Entrepreneur’s Source has introduced a new program called AIM for
Services, Family and Community Service of Delaware County and other Success™. The program is designed for sole proprietors and aspiring
organizations determined how the funds were distributed. entrepreneurs. This interactive education program is offered in a group
coaching format. Visit www.AIM-FAST.com for more details.
Diane McNitt, President, McNitt Marketing, an award-winning marketing
firm, has expanded her company’s writing services to include editing and Clear Sound Professional Audio and Video Support is the proud A/V
proofreading of technical articles, books, case studies, directories, buyers’ Sponsor of the 2009 Best of the Main Line Party. This year’s party will be
guides and catalogs, along with creative writing of brochures, newsletters, on Thursday July 23rd, held at the Drexelbrook Catering & Banquet
flyers, press releases, and web sites. Facility in Drexel Hill, PA. Proceeds benefit Home of the Sparrow,
Mommy’s Light and Women’s Resource Center.
The Quality Inn, located at 4 South New Middletown Road, Media, PA, is
now open. The completely renovated hotel features 83 guestrooms, and Clark and Sallie Bongaardt, owners of Comfort Keepers, were recently
offers Free Deluxe Continental Breakfast, Free High Speed Internet and honored with a national award by CK Franchising, Inc. for their
Fitness Center. Guestrooms are equipped with microwaves and performance as Comfort Keepers franchise owners. The couple received
refrigerators. Whirlpool rooms with new flat screen TV’s are available. one of the top honors at the Dinner Celebration when they were inducted
Call 610-565-5800 for reservations. into the President’s Club for the fifth year in a row.
Volunteering for the Delaware County Literacy Council is a great way to
give back to your community. It requires a commitment of 1-2 hours, two
times a week. Also we like our tutors to be able to commit to at least 6
months. The DCLC is dedicated to providing free, individual and small
group literacy instruction to non- and low-reading adults. Visit
www.delcoliteracy.org for more info.
The Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce announced that
Pennsylvania State Senator Rob Wonderling (R-24th) has been chosen to Chamber Members!
become the next President & CEO of the Greater Philadelphia Chamber.
Sen. Wonderling is a 1984 graduate of Allegheny College and received a
As a chamber member, you can share your
Master's degree in Government Administration from the University of
news and upcoming events both online and in
Pennsylvania in 1991.
Business Connections for free! The Members-
Donna L. Urian, CPA of Fischer Cunnane & Associates, Ltd. has been
on-the-Move section is a great way to share
named by Governor Ed Rendell as one of Pennsylvania’s Best 50 Women your company’s announcements, news, etc.
in Business for 2009. This program, conceived in 1996, recognizes women A new added feature is the community
who share a commitment to business growth, to professional excellence calendar and bulletin board available at
and to the community - women who are shaping the economic future of www.delcochamber.org, which allows you
Pennsylvania. to share the same information with the
thousands of visitors that log onto the
Delaware County Community Foundation has been offered a challenge chamber’s website.
grant of $100,000 from The Sunshine Lady Foundation to help Delaware
County families facing hardships. However, these funds will be available For details email
only if DCCF can raise another $100,000 in matching gifts from the email@example.com
community by Dec. 31, 2009. For more information or to donate to this
challenge, visit www.delcocf.org.
4 Business Connections July/August 2009
Update The Gas Tax Doesn’t Cut It Anymore
The transportation network in this requiring the Pennsylvania Turnpike to make periodic payments to
country is set up for a colossal PennDOT, which then distributes the money statewide. The $1.6 billion
collapse. We built our interstate road paid out so far by the Commission rescued some mass transit systems from
system and many of our state roads bankruptcy, and funded road and bridge improvements in every one of
on a combined federal/state gasoline Pennsylvania’s 67 counties. But the Turnpike payments cover only part of
tax that fifty years ago equaled 35 the bill and are only part of the 2007 law. Under the other part of the law,
percent of the price of a gallon of the Commission erects tolls on Interstate 80 and uses the receipts to rebuild
gas. It’s now 20 percent. Cutting I-80. The toll money relieves PennDOT of an $80 million-a-year burden
into the tax receipts even more are for maintaining the road. That money could be spent on other road and
cars getting more miles per gallon, bridge projects statewide. If we don’t toll I-80, our transportation funding
and the increased use of alternative again drops off the shelf.
fuels. We could probably squeak by
with the falling tax receipts, if it The law also evens the responsibility for paying for the road and bridge
were just a question of funding road maintenance. The haulers that use I-80 as a state throughway would share
and bridge maintenance. But we’re some of the road maintenance burden in this state. Now, the trucks and
back at square one. We need to cars using the Pennsylvania Turnpike are shouldering most of the burden.
rebuild entire sections of highways At the same time, Act 44 protects local I-80 drivers with a tolling system
and bridges. We need the same level that ensures 70 percent of everyday car drivers will never pay a toll.
of money in real dollars we raised fifty years ago.
A transportation commission appointed by Governor Rendell in 2004
In a less politically sensitive world state lawmakers and Congress would concluded that each year Pennsylvania falls $1.7 billion short in
have voted over the years to keep state and federal per gallon taxes at the transportation funding. The shortages have a cumulative effect. Each year
same level. Taxes, though, have not kept pace with the increase in gas our bridges weaken a little more, our roads continue to crumble and our
prices. Remember the gas tax is not a percentage tax. It’s a flat per gallon mass transit systems get a little shoddier. We would need a 15 cent increase
tax. The drop off in tax receipts over the past decades has been staggering. in the gas tax to make up the difference. That’s 15 cents more per gallon
for every Pennsylvania driver. Or we could even the funding burden by
In 2007, state lawmakers approved an inspired funding alternative. Act 44 tolling I-80. That’s an easy call to make.
increases funding for roads, bridges and even our mass transit systems by
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Bizz Buzz reflects the opinions of a guest writer and does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce.
6 Business Connections July/August 2009
New Member SPOTLIGHT
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“With the down turn in the economy, we were looking for different “We value our membership with the Delaware County Chamber of
ways to network and market our services. We joined the Chamber and Commerce. As a Delaware County based CPA firm for two decades,
visited our first event; I was amazed at the attendance and the amount we appreciate how the Delco Chamber has grown and expanded
of networking that was taking place. The cost effective seminars and throughout the years. The Delco Chamber offers an abundance of vital
training offered via the chamber website are outstanding. Thank you for resources that support and enhance success for the regional business
all that you do and keep up the good work.” community. Some membership benefits we have utilized include hosting
client seminars at their state-of-the-art meeting facility, advertising in
their publication, Leadership Delaware County, Score programs, New
Chris Canada, President Membership Drive, Health Benefit Plan and Business After Hours.
THE PLUMBER inc. We are looking forward to another decade of membership and all of the
opportunities that go along with it”
Robert B. Simpson, MS, CPA, Managing Partner
Brinker, Simpson & Company, L.L.P.
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New Members April / May 2009
ALL NEW MEMBERS
receive a gift certificate courtesy
of D’Ignazio’s Towne House at the
Chamber’s New Member Reception.
Active Image Media, LLC Cleaver Cable Construction
455 Doe Run Ln. 52 N. Ridgeway Ave.
Springfield, PA 19064 Glenolden, PA 19036
(610) 328-3456 (610) 586-1170
DESCRIPTION: Video Production DESCRIPTION: Cable Networks & Program
CONTACT: Mr. Michael DiTrilio Distribution
CONTACT: Mr. James Cleaver
Advanced Staging Productions
1330 Enterprise Dr. Cushman & Wakefield of PA
West Chester, PA 19380 161 Washington St., Ste. 1080
(610) 431-6158 Conshohocken, PA 19428
DESCRIPTION: Audio Visual Products & Services (610) 772-2000
CONTACT: Mr. Steve Kearney DESCRIPTION: Real Estate - Commercial &
All Green and Lean CONTACT: Mr. Brian Hilger
4 Rockbourne Rd., Ste. 501
Clifton Heights, PA 19018 Eadeh Enterprises
(610) 284-FOAM 511 Old Lancaster Rd., #8
DESCRIPTION: Environmental Services Berwyn, PA 19312
CONTACT: Mr. Shawn Standen (610) 647-1776
DESCRIPTION: Real Estate Property Management
A-Queen Limo Service CONTACT: Ms. Heather Eadeh
2411 Green Hill Rd.
Lansdowne, PA 19050 Eventricity, LLC
(610) 721-1247 115 Tennis Ave.
DESCRIPTION: Automotive Equipment Rental & Glenside, PA 19038
Leasing (215) 886-0202
CONTACT: Mr. Bhupinder Singh DESCRIPTION: Event Production & Management
CONTACT: Ms. Phyllis Jablonowski
BNI Springfield Chapter
9 Morgan Lane Fairfax Consulting
Media, PA 19063 P.O. Box 544
(610) 566-3127 Pilgrim Gardens, PA 19026
DESCRIPTION: Non-Profit Organizations (484) 453-8698
CONTACT: Mr. Chris Canada DESCRIPTION: Insurance (Agencies, Brokers &
Buys for Good, LLC CONTACT: Mr. Michael Graham
210 E. Rose Valley Rd.
Wallingford, PA 19086 Farris Enterprises
(610) 500-5532 1446 Hollow Rd.
DESCRIPTION: Consulting Services Collegeville, PA 19426
CONTACT: Mr. Anthony DiTommaso (866) 820-5142
DESCRIPTION: Backflow Testing
Carmela’s Dance Studio CONTACT: Mr. Daniel Ferris
206 Ballymore Rd.
Springfield, PA 19064 FedEx Home Delivery
(610) 892-8189 800 Primos Ave.
DESCRIPTION: Performing Arts Companies Folcroft, PA 19032
CFATC DESCRIPTION: Transportation-Freight
1600 Calcon Hook Rd., Bldg. 14A Arrangement
Sharon Hill, PA 19079 CONTACT: Mr. Eric Nielsen
DESCRIPTION: Computer System Design & Findusadeal.com/Media
Related Services 44 E. Boon Ave.
CONTACT: Ms. Nancy White Glenolden, PA 19036
DESCRIPTION: Advertising, Public Relations, and
CONTACT: Ms. Dawn Ranieri
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Girl Geeks Do IT Best! Medicare Decision Point Talk Fusion/Jerry Kelly
80 Maple Ave., Ste. 2 201 N. Jackson St. 5248 Township Line Rd.
Media, PA 19063 Media, PA 19063 Drexel Hill, PA 19026
(484) 442-8292 (484) 326-6699 (610) 789-3501
DESCRIPTION: Web Site Design & Development DESCRIPTION: Consulting Services DESCRIPTION: Marketing Consulting Services
CONTACT: Ms. June Bauer - Scanlan CONTACT: Ms. Holly Fisher CONTACT: Mr. Jerry Kelly
Hair Kutz Studio Inc. MRS, Inc. Task Mechanical Systems
300 W. State St., Ste. 106 388 Reed Rd., 1st Fl. 319 E. Berkley Ave.
Media, PA 19063 Broomall, PA 19008 Clifton Heights, PA 19018
(610) 566-4820 (610) 544-6580 (610) 284-7808
DESCRIPTION: Salons & Spas DESCRIPTION: Audio Visual Products & Services DESCRIPTION: Mechanical Contractors
CONTACT: Mrs. Jacqueline Ferrell CONTACT: Mr. Bill Kriebel CONTACT: Mrs. Adrienne Wassell
Halo Commercial Printing NetData Systems The Chapman Agency
P.O. Box 355 940 W. Sproul Rd. 4633 State Rd.
Swarthmore, PA 19081 Springfield, PA 19064 Drexel Hill, PA 19026
(610) 543-4060 (610) 543-1500 (610) 446-0199
DESCRIPTION: Printing & Related Support DESCRIPTION: Information Services DESCRIPTION: Insurance & Employee Benefit
Activities CONTACT: Ms. Maura Sardella Funds
CONTACT: Mrs. Diane Moran CONTACT: Ms. Melinda Tjaden
Organized Web Systems
IVC Infusions LLC P.O. Box 238 The Connection Tree PA
1016 Warrior Rd., Ste. A Morton, PA 19070 426 Penn Ave.
Drexel Hill, PA 19026 (484) 478-0564 Drexel Hill, PA 19026
(610) 449-6600 DESCRIPTION: Web Site Design & Development (610) 220-8801
DESCRIPTION: Health Practitioners Offices - CONTACT: Ms. Jennifer Kennedy DESCRIPTION: Real Estate - Related Activities
Other CONTACT: Ms. Patti Smith
CONTACT: Ms. Michael McAllister Partner's Consulting, Inc.
1617 E. Darby Rd., Ste. 201 The NIA Group, LLC
James P. Swanick Havertown, PA 19083 1800 Horizon Way, Ste. 400
119 Harwicke Rd. (610) 506-0072 Mt. Laurel, NJ 8054
Springfield, PA 19064 DESCRIPTION: Consulting Services (800) 642-3710
(610) 544-0902 CONTACT: Mr. Peggy Gionta DESCRIPTION: Insurance Related Activities -
DESCRIPTION: Accountants/CPAs Other
CONTACT: Mr. James Swanick Preston and Company CONTACT: Ms. Michele Matthews
123 Commons Ct.
Laura Solomon, Esq. & Associates Chadds Ford, PA 19317 We Got Pumps, LLC
300 E. Lancaster Ave., Ste. 106A (610) 558-3040 98 Lacrue Ave.
Wynnewood, PA 19096 DESCRIPTION: Accountants/CPAs Glen Mills, PA 19342
(610) 645-0992 CONTACT: Mr. Thomas Collins (888) 817-8677
DESCRIPTION: Attorneys DESCRIPTION: Industrial Machinery & Equipment
CONTACT: Laura Solomon Primo Hoagies of Media CONTACT: Chris Anderson
132 E. Baltimore Pike
Leatherberry Consulting, LLC Media, PA 19063 We R Wireless
1016 Warrior Rd., Ste. A (610) 565-7000 1305 West Chester Pike, Ste. 6
Drexel Hill, PA 19083 DESCRIPTION: Restaurants & Take Out Foods Havertown, PA 19803
(484) 452-6330 CONTACT: Mr. William Essick (610) 449-1690
DESCRIPTION: Marketing Consulting Services DESCRIPTION: Telecommunications
CONTACT: Mr. Brian Leatherberry R. J. R. Sales Consulting Inc. CONTACT: Mr. Sam Singh
4225 N. Lee Ln.
Local Internet Traffic Aston, PA 19014
1815 JFK Blvd., Ste. 1409 (610) 616-4579
Philadelphia, PA 19103 DESCRIPTION: Consulting Services
(484) 908-3663 CONTACT: Mr. Robert J. Romanoski
DESCRIPTION: Advertising, Public Relations, and
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CONTACT: Mr. David DiPaolo 265 Merion Ave.
Aldan, PA 19018
Louviers Mortgage (610) 623-2779
4839 Limestone Rd. DESCRIPTION: Floor Products & Services
Wilmington, DE 19808 CONTACT: Mr. Rob Wilcox
DESCRIPTION: Mortgage, Lending & Sir Lancellot Courier and Delivery Service/Parts
Nondepository Credit Intermediation Distribution Xpress
CONTACT: Mr. William McCaffery 223 South Governor Printz Blvd.
Essington, PA 19029
Malz Brothers Hardware (610) 595-3390
500 Sharon Ave. DESCRIPTION: Couriers
Sharon Hill, PA 19079 CONTACT: Mr. Anthony Klondar
DESCRIPTION: Hardware, Plumbing, Heating Strategic Technology Application Resources, LLC
Equipment & Supplies Wholesalers 317 Woodland Ave.
CONTACT: Mr. Art Lender Media, PA 19063
DESCRIPTION: Computer Programming Custom
CONTACT: Mr. Gene Riordan
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U.S. Naval Academy John Hoey State Street Upper Darby
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The five-piece eleven-member band with vocalists playing Spectacular: Salute to
ensemble infuses jazz, features a five-man popular favorites. America! Authentic
New Orleans, reggae, horn section and hip Sounds of Miller, Sousa Concert
and Brazilian music Dorsey, James, Shaw,
sound that’s an annual featuring Director
Barnett, Brown, and
into arrangements of crowd favorite! Thomas J. Hoey as
classics and pop music. America’s March King.
1 2 3 4
Pennsylvania Caribbean The Fantastic Redhead Betty Leroy Hawkes &
Symphonic Authentics Party Dolls Takeout the Hipnotics
Wind Band Genuine Caribbean A fantastic tribute to Originals and popular Back by popular
A selection of U.S. steel drums with “girl groups” and hits spanning six demand the “Soul
and European tunes vocals accompanied women in rock, from decades. Their new Ambassador to the
from the stage and by keyboards and Motown to Madonna self-titled CD features Blues” and his
screen plus tunes to and now!
guitar. the single “Never Walk powerhouse band.
honor the U.S. Away.” Old school R&B at
military service. it’s best!
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Blackbird Society The Ursos Zydeco-A-Go-Go Tommy Edward’s Robert Eric Band: Upper Darby
Orchestra Local husband and Let the good times roll “Sir Rod” Stewart A Tribute to the Summer Stage
The Roaring ‘20s wife duo rock the with this six piece Show Piano Man Shooting Stars
Roar Again! Jazz Age hillside with classics group specializing in An entertaining This convincing tribute A high-energy song
favorites by Bing zydeco, Cajun, classic tribute to Rod Stewart might make you think and dance show for
from several decades.
Crosby, Helen Kane, New Orleans R&B and featuring Tommy you’re in the presence the whole family, with
vintage Louisiana rock Edward and of Billy Joel himself. A songs from Hairspray,
Fats Waller, Eddie
Lang and Joe Venuti. Melissa Rose. crowd favorite! Broadway show, and
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Good Excuse Red Alert Round Tower The Cat’s Pajamas Brandywine Ballet
Whatever the Get up and groove Enjoy a fun night of Very cool for kids, with An evening of classical
occasion, there’s with the best dance Irish music with Round a musical comedy and contemporary
always a “good music from many Tower - Irish love twist to high-octane dance.
excuse” to come songs, rebel songs, kid-rock, 3-part www.brandywineballet.com
Motown, R&B, oldies,
hear this four-piece funk, and more. folk songs old and harmony plus puppets,
rock band from the new. props, dance,
Delaware County. costumes.
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Melissa Martin & Benkelmania Now Gene Galligan & The Mango Men
the Mighty Rhythm Extremely popular live Friends A fun blend of rock &
Kings tribute to The Beatles, Musical puppet show today’s country plus
Sophisticated swing, as seen on Broadway, for children of all ages, originals from their
thrilling vocals, tracing The Fab Four’s plus classics from the new CD “Everyday’s a
gutbucket blues, career from 1964 to ‘30s and ‘40s, and
1970. Saturday.” A family-
New Orleans two novelty songs for the friendly blast!
step, boogie-woogie whole family.
piano, R&B, and deep
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in Delaware County!
EAGER FOR ANOTHER GREAT SEASON OF ENTERTAINMENT? WHAT HAPPENS IF IT RAINS?
Mark your calendars…....and grab your blankets and chairs. It's time to enjoy There are no rain dates for Summer Festival concerts that are cancelled due to
another summer full of spectacular performances on the hillside. Concessions inclement weather. Cancellation decisions are made right up until show time. At
are sold at all concerts or you may bring your own tasty provisions. Please that time, there will be a recorded message on the parks phone (610-565-7410)
remember that alcoholic beverages are prohibited throughout the park, and for indicating the show is cancelled. Rain in the hours preceding the show does not
everyone's safety and comfort, pets and smoking must remain outside mean the show will be cancelled. Every effort is made to ensure the safety of
the amphitheater. the audience. If a thunder storm takes place, the concert will be ended.
There is no admission charge for the concerts. The concerts are brought to you Route 252 & Rose Tree Road
by Delaware County Council and the generous support of our sponsors. Concerts begin at 7:30 pm unless otherwise noted.
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
A dynamic blend of
art and energy, the
Voloshky style is bold,
powerful, and one of
Chico’s Vibe Bryn Mawr Adam Monaco & Kayfield & Big G & The
Voted “Best Live “Mainliners” The Woolgathering Company: Cool Cats
Band” by Main Line An award-winning, a Philly-based band, led Guitar Legends Jump, jive, and wail
Times, playing hip capella men’s chorus by singer-songwriter A tribute to guitar with this fun 13-
performs popular Adam Monaco, blends legends Jimmy Page, member swing band
music from Etta
music in the upbeat rhythms and Jeff Beck, Jimi led by “Big G” George
James to the Beatles engaging lyrics into
to the Black Eyed barbershop harmony Hendrix, Van Halen, Whittam. Glenn Miller
Peas. Feel the Vibe! style. Featured quartet ZZ Top, and more. to Brian Setzer, classic
highlighted. Plus originals. rock, Latin.
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
magical sound from
one of the most
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Delaware County Chamber
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Celebrates Small Business
2 Website Stats
1. Mr. Sandless
Small Business of the Year
3 Chamber Member Spotlight
2. Daniel Pope Karate Institute, Inc.
Small Business Person of the Year
6 Bizz Buzz
3. Community YMCA of Eastern Delaware County
Not-for-Profit/Charitable Organization of the Year
12 Small Business Seminars
4. Weathers Dodge
Family Business of the Year
14 Calendar of Events
12 Business Connections July/August 2009
Delco Chamber of Commerce Presents
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE New Member Tools!
Several new features are now available to Chamber Members, accessible
through our new member’s only section of our website. Simply log in and
you can get started taking advantage of these new benefits!
What do we have to offer?
UPDATE YOUR MEMBERSHIP PROFILE
Keep your information in our database up to date so it’s easier
for potential customers or network relations to find you.
MEMBER EVENTS CALENDAR
Want to generate interest in an upcoming event or promotion?
Looking for upcoming networking events or deals? Check the
Member Events Calendar, and post your own notices too! This
is a great way to reach your fellow members online.
MEMBER DISCUSSION FORUM
Talk online in the member’s only Delco Chamber of Commerce
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whatever is on your mind!
If you have not received your username and password, please contact Carol Hoffman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Log in NOW at delcochamber.org
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Calendar of Events
Women in Business Network
3 Friday HOLIDAY - Chamber Offices Closed
15 Wednesday Coffee Connection @ Corinthian Yacht Club 8:30 AM - 10 AM Thursday, July 23
11:30 AM – 1 PM
23 Thursday Women In Business Network @ First CornerStone 11:30 AM
August 2009 First CornerStone Bank
160 Morton Ave. • Folsom, PA 19033
6 Thursday Rally for Business @ Drexelbrook 12:30 PM
Join the WIBN for a networking event. Don’t forget your
20 Thursday Coffee Connection @ FMFCU 8:30 AM - 10 AM
business cards! Please note this event is for women only.
COST: Member: FREE | Non-Member: $15.00/each
7 Monday HOLIDAY - Chamber Offices Closed
8 Tuesday Executive Committee Meeting @ Chamber 7:45 AM
10 Thursday Women in Business Network @ 11:30 AM
Darlington Arts Center
15 Tuesday Board Meeting @ Chamber 7:45 AM Coffee Connection
16 Wednesday Coffee Connection @ Staybridge Suites 8:30 AM - 10 AM COST
24 Thursday Open House @ Chamber
Thursday, August 20 Member: FREE
8:30 AM Non-Member:
29 Tuesday Knowledge at Noon @ Chamber 11:30 AM - 1 PM Franklin Mint
Federal Credit Union
29 Tuesday How to Start a Business @ Chamber 6 - 9:30 PM 375 Baltimore Pike
Check www.delcochamber.org for the latest schedule of events.
Please note dates and events are subject to chance. Come out and share an informal cup of coffee with other
Chamber members while checking out the new Franklin Mint
Federal Credit Union location in Springfield. Make sure to bring
Taste and Tour of the Countryside Save the Date
Tuesday, October 20
Presented by Delaware County’s Brandywine Conference Open House
and Visitors Bureau Thursday, September 24
Delaware County Chamber of
aste and Tour of the Countryside has grown into the largest food and travel expo Commerce
in the Philly burbs, featuring more than 60 booths with food tastings prepared by top Save the date for the Chamber’s annual
restaurants and caterers. From steak to cheesecake, 1500 meeting and event planners open house! Come out to network and
learn about how to maximize your
from 3 states come to ‘taste’ great food, explore exciting attractions and learn about the
chamber membership! The schedule of
finest hotels in Delaware County. In addition to food services there are booths for tourist events will be announced as the date
attractions, hotels, specialty companies and meeting-support businesses. From gaily gets closer. Make sure to log onto
colored trumpeters at the entrance, to human statues, spectacular ice carvings, fabulous www.delcochamber.org for updates!
live bands, and mouthwatering food, this is the must-have invitation of the season! If you
are a meeting planner, please contact Marty Milligan at 610-565-3679 to attend this
luscious “taste” of Delaware County. Meet outstanding musicians, chefs, hoteliers, vintners
and more - all willing and able to help you create and plan outstanding events. The location
is Drexelbrook Corporate Event Center in Drexel Hill.
14 Business Connections July/August2009
Pacesetters April / May 2009
ADZ Financing Drexelbrook Catering & Corporate Merves Amon & Barsz LLC Sunseekers Travel Services
AirTran Airways Mr. Sandless, Inc. TM The Iron Shop by M. Cohen &
Eastern Generator Sales & Service Sons Inc.
Alliance Bank Munro Printing & Graphic
Eckell, Sparks, Levy, Auerbach, Design LLC The Scanlan Agency, Inc.
American Revolution Center Monte, Sloane, Matthews &
Auslander, P.C. Navmar Applied Sciences Corp. Thomas Chevrolet, Inc.
Aqua Pennsylvania, Inc.
Eddystone Borough Olympic Tool & Machine Corp. Thyme Catering at the Austin Room
Aston Veterinary Hospital, PC
Emerald Swift, LLC One Communications United Way of Southeast Delaware
Beneficial Bank County
Falzone Law Offices Otto’s BMW
Blackhorse Graphics Upper Darby Township
Frank Bianco Builder, Inc. Pacifico Marple Ford Lincoln
Boeing - Philadelphia Mercury UPS
Boiron-Borneman, Inc. George Talamini & Associates PC
Paxon Hollow Country Club Verizon Wireless
Bradford Engineering Greater Philadelphia Chamber of
Commerce Petrikin, Wellman, Damico, Brown Weichert Realtors
Buono Bros. Bakery & Petrosa
Henkels & McCoy, Inc. Wheeler Adjustment Service, Inc.
ChesPenn Health Services Po-Well Trauma Cleaning
Holcomb Behavioral Health Squad, Inc. White-Luttrell Funeral Homes, Ltd.
Chester Fine Arts Center East Systems Wilmington Trust Company
Professional Clean Out
Cirilli Associates, Inc. Honey Fix It, Inc. Services Inc. Windsor at Brandywine Valley
County Mortgage Services I & I Sling Co., Inc. Professional Duplicating, Inc. Worthington Plumbing &
D. J. Cross, Inc. t/a Chim Chimney Info-Graphix Systems, Inc. Russo Real Estate Heating, LLC
Sweeps Yellow Book
International Brotherhood of Scheivert Realtors
David Petz Heating & Air Electrical Workers Local Union #98 Yoder & Armstrong
Conditioning, Inc. Sharon Savings Bank
J.J. DeLuca Company, Inc.
Delaware County Republican Sir Lancellot Courier and Delivery
Executive Committee Jet USA Corp. Service/Parts Distribution Xpress
Delphinus Engineering, Inc. Joseph Stong, Inc. St. James Catholic High School
Devitt Machinery Co. Macorp Business Forms & Systems
Stantec Consulting Services Inc.
Don Guanella Village - Cardinal Martins Run Senior Living
Krol Center Community Sterling Kitchens
in Delaware County
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DELAWARE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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602 East Baltimore Pike
Media, PA 19063
For Advertising Information, contact Carol Hoffman at 610.565.3677 or email CarolH@delcochamber.org.
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5K RUN FOR Sunday, October 4
9 AM Registration
901 S. Media Line Rd.
Media, PA 19063
Our event is a key way to help support Cost: Pre-register - $20 Register day of event - $25
our mission of connecting business and
education. There are many leadership Sponsor our Run for FUNds!
and educational programs that are • Presenting Sponsorship for only $2,500.00
either created by the educational • Start and Finish Line Sponsorship for
system of the business community that only $1,000.00
need financial support. Our run is a • Water Station Sponsorship for only $1,000.00
way to ensure that these programs are • Mile Marker Sponsorship for only $250.00
able to be delivered so we can support • Supporting Sponsorship for $100.00
the future of our business community
in Delaware County.
Contact Trish McFarland at 610-565-3677 ext. 104 for more information.
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18 Business Connections July/August 2009
Celebrated 25 years in Springfield with a Wawaversary & Chamber Ribbon
Cutting event. Wawa was founded in Delaware County and continues to support
our community with great service and a commitment to excellence!
Eye Innovations Tony Roni’s
104 W. Township Line Road • 1st Fl. Ste. 4911 Township Line Road
Drexel Hill, PA 19026 • 610-446-3939 Drexel Hill, PA 19026
We welcomed Eye Innovations to their new location with a Grand Opening/ Ribbon There’s a new restaurant in Drexel Hill and they have “Great Food with Attitude”!
Cutting. Enjoy your next eye exam in a relaxing spa like atmosphere. This cham- We celebrated a Ribbon Cutting at this new location. What great food, prices
ber member is committed to providing the highest level of professional service and fun!
and comprehensive eye exams, combined with the highest quality of eyewear,
contact lenses, and related optical products.
20+ Year Randstad
Riddle Health System
Rothacker Adv & Design Studio
Members SAP America, Inc.
School District of Haverford Township
Baggot & Bak Ltd. Fun Services, Division of Funland, Inc. Springfield Mall
Boeing - Philadelphia Iron Mountain Suplee Envelope Co.
Brock's Fire Protection & Supply, Inc. James Stewart Painting Company, Inc. Taylor Rental
Central Tax Bureau of Pa., Inc. John D. Hartman General Contractor The Edmar Abrasive Company
Collex Collision Experts Linvilla Orchards, Inc. The Old Chimney Sweep
Community YMCA of Eastern Delaware County Mirmont Treatment Center Thom & Dave Marketing Design
CORT Furniture Rental Nistico - Roberts, P.C. Whitehill Manufacturing Corp.
Delco Alarm Systems Penn-Delco School District Williamson Free School of Mechanical Trades
Dynamic Tool Co. Pennsylvania Institute of Technology
Flamingo Travel Group Pennsylvania Land Transfer
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Delaware County Chamber of Commerce
602 East Baltimore Pike Periodical
Media, PA 19063 U.S. POSTAGE
BUSINESS CONNECTIONS USPS666-750
Business Connections is published bi-monthly six times a year as a Newsletter by
the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce, Media, Pennsylvania.
Subscriptions are $9.00 per year, included in membership dues. 9% Advertisment.
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2 0 0 9 R A L LY F O R B U S I N E S S
MEMBER APPRECIATION DAY!
Thursday, August 6 • 12:30 PM
Drexelbrook Corporate Events Center
4700 Drexelbrook Drive • Drexel Hill, PA 19026
Come out to celebrate that business in Delaware County is thriving! We thank our members
for supporting us during these economic times and invite you to come out for a day of fun.
Log onto www.delcochamber.org for event details.
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