Business Directory

ST MARYS LUMBER COMPANY

St. Marys Lumber is a division of Bingaman & Son Lumber, Inc. We are one of 3 PA sawmills owned by Bingaman. We are a "green" sawmill, meaning we control the operation from the harvest of the trees through the production of non kiln dried lumber products. Our products include veneer and sawlogs, grade lumber (green - undried), cant, pallet and railroad tie material, chips, sawdust, bark mulch and pulpwood. Our primary business need related to LHR would be positive promotion of the industry. Telling the story of our past in a positive way, and connecting that story with the present and future of our industry. Also, promotion of the environmentally friendly "green" status of hardwoods, both in the use of wood products for a wide array of purposes, and for the role we play in contributing to the beauty and sustainability of forests in PA.

  • 913 Windfall Road
    St. Marys, PA 15857
  • ashields@stmaryslumber.com
  • Amy Shields, Controller of Sawmill Operations
  • (814) 834-1209

Tourism

LYCOMING COUNTY VISITORS BUREAU

Williamsport is best known as the home of Little League Baseball® and welcomes the world to our backyard each year for the annual Little League® World Series. Lycoming County offers activities including sporting and cultural events, museums and historical sites, great nightlife entertainment and, of course, shopping. So whether you're here for business, getting back to nature in our great outdoors or taking a step back in time to experience Lycoming County's rich past, you won't be disappointed.

  • 102 W Fourth Street
    Williamsport, PA 17701
  • gkennedy@williamsport.org
  • Gina Kennedy/Tourism Coordinator
  • 800-358-9900

HOMETOWN MENTORS INC.

“Hometown Mentors, Inc. (HMI) is a community interest and human resources organization which surveys residents across rural Pennsylvania to find out their goals, needs and hopes for their town’s future. HMI then brings back trusted family & friends, now living elsewhere in the world, through the use of modern technology, to assist in financing and achieving those goals. Service programs include, Hometown Hall of Fame, Grant Writing, Organizing Playground associations to renovate or build playgrounds in rural Pennsylvania, technology training for positive uses of the Internet, video technology in connecting people around the globe with their hometown.”

  • P.O. Box 438
    Emporium, PA 15834
  • cathys15834@hometownmentors.org
  • Cathy Swarmer, Executive Director
  • 202-701-0877

ELK COUNTY COUNCIL ON THE ARTS

The Elk County Council on the Arts (ECCOTA) is a 501 (c) non-profit organization based in Elk County, Pennsylvania, a rural county located about two hours northeast of Pittsburgh. Founded in 1984 as a center for the development of all the arts in the Elk County area, ECCOTA provides a variety of opportunities to participate in the arts for the area’s residents. A wide selection of art classes and workshops for adults and children are offered. Additionally ECCOTA brings a selection of cultural programming to the area including: an annual children’s theater workshop; and programs by nationally and internationally renowned performers. ECCOTA also maintains a sales gallery featuring art work by more than 40 local and regional artists.

  • 237 Main Street
    Ridgway, PA 15853
  • ed@eccota.com
  • Liz Scacchitti Executive Director
  • 814-772-7051

MICHAEL SCHULTZ – AUTHOR

Richly detailed and extensively researched, From The Forest To The Battlefield, presents the birth to death biographies of forty former Civilian Conservation Corps enrollees who became Medal of Honor recipients in World War II. Embedded in each chapter is military and CCC history that brings alive the incredible life stories of these American heroes. As CCC enrollees they improved the landscape of the nation while serving in sixty-two CCC camps in twenty-seven states. In World War II these brave men fought in both Europe and the Pacific for the freedom of all Americans.This book is a salute to America’s finest!

  • 316 Idlewood Road
    Pittsburgh, PA 15235
  • cccfrd@comcast.net
  • Michael Schultz
  • 412-793-3457

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STRAUB BEER

Straub Brewery is humbled and proud to be designated as an American Legacy Brewery™ because it celebrates over 142+ years of Fierce Independence in brewing! It signifies that Straub has produced quality American Lagers for more than five generations and represents the passion and dedication of a single family, who successfully managed, expanded and often protected a way of life that the Brewery represented. Ours is a history shared by only a few surviving legacy breweries in this country. Today, a new generation of Peter's descendants carry-on his brewing traditions, maintaining the quality and relevance of our products and sustaining the heritage of Peter Straub.

  • 303 Sorg Street
    St Marys, PA 15857
  • ajalexander@straubbeer.com
  • AJ Alexander, Regional Sales Manager
  • 814-834-2875

Tourism

VISIT POTTER TIOGA

TOURIST PROMOTION AGENCY FOR POTTER AND TIOGA COUNTIES. HOME OF CHERRY SPRINGS "DARK SKIES" AND THE PENNSYLVANIA GRAND CANYON.

  • 2053 Route 660
    Wellsboro, PA 16901
  • lori@visitpottertioga.com
  • Lori Copp, Executive Director
  • 570-724-0635

WWCP-TV

THE LOCAL FOX AND ABC TELEVISION STATIONS SERVING 22 COUNTIES THROUGHOUT CENTRAL AND WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA.

  • 90 Lulay Street, Siute 1
    Johnstown, PA 15904
  • tjcoursen@gmail.com
  • TJ Coursen
  • 814-237-4987

CITY OF LOCK HAVEN

Lock Haven is the county seat of Clinton County located in north-central Pennsylvania. The City lies between the banks of the West Branch of the Susquehanna River and the Bald Eagle Creek. The City of Lock Haven is the largest municipality in Clinton County, encompassing 2.3 square miles with a population of 10,025

  • 20 East Church Street
    Lock Haven, PA 17745
  • lhannagan@lockhavenpa.gov
  • Leonora Hannagan, City Planner
  • 570-893-5903

PA SFI IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE

The Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI®) Program is a fully-independent forest certification program. The work of the SFI Program starts with a standard but the SFI Program is much more – it is a community that stands for the future of forests. At the heart of the SFI community are SFI Implementation Committees (SICs). There are 34 SICs across the United States and Canada, with close to 1,000 volunteers. Our active presence on the ground is resulting in significant contributions to individual communities through activities such as training loggers and other resource professionals and sponsoring outreach to landowners on responsible forest management

  • 211 Barrington Lane
    Bellefonte, PA 16823
  • pasfi@sfiofpa.org
  • Chuck Coup Program Manager
  • 814-355-1010

WINKLER GALLERY & ART EDUCATION CENTER

The goal of the Winkler Gallery and Art Education Center is to stimulate the arts in the City of DuBois, Pennsylvania and the surrounding area. The purpose of the gallery is to foster the growth of the visual arts by acting as a presenter of quality artists from around the region and act as a catalyst for arts education. The cooperative encourages community involvement in the arts and serves as a local resource for arts information.

  • 36 North Brady Street
    Dubois, PA 15801
  • bmusser65@gmail.com
  • Brian Musser Chairman
  • 814-375-5834

Tourism

PENN BRAD OIL MUSEUM

Explore the exciting history of the Bradford Oilfield. The museum offers informative displays, oilfield engines that actually run and colorful stories relating to oilfield history. Visit our uniquely stocked gift shop with souvenirs and oilfield memorabilia. Historical and educational movies are shown daily in the Doghouse Theater.

  • 901 South Avenue
    Bradford, PA 16701
  • pennbradmuseum@icloud.com
  • Samuel Slocum, Manager
  • 814-362-1955

Tourism

GREATER DUBOIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

THE GREATER DUBOIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IS AN ACTION-ORIENTED BUSINESS AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION INCORPORATED TO PROMOTE A FAVORABLE BUSINESS CLIMATE FOR OUR MEMBERS AND COMMUNITY, AND TO PROVIDE LEADERSHIP FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE ECONOMY AND QUALITY OF LIFE. BUSINESS HELPING BUSINESS TOURISM FINANCIAL LENDING/ ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIPS

  • 103 Beaver Drive
    Dubois, PA 15801
  • dacc@duboispachamber.com
  • Jodi August Executive Director
  • 814-371-5010

CLEARFIELD COUNTY CAREER & TECHNOLOGY CENTER

The mission of CCCTC is to provide quality career-technical education programs and services that prepare youth and adults for success in the workplace, postsecondary, and community, now and in the future. Approximately 400 secondary students are served annually in fifteen various technology programs; and over 900 adults enroll annually in over 40 daytime and evening adult courses and programs. The Joint Operating Committee, consisting of one member from each of the 6 sending school, is the governing body of the Center.

  • 1620 River Road
    Clearfield, PA 16830
  • hryan@ccctc.edu
  • Holly Ryan Director of Marketing
  • 814-765-5308

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AROMA CAFE

Locally owned and operated, innovative multi-concept food service business.We strive to offer our guests consistent high-quality products and services at fair value. We are committed to the community and believe we can achieve our goals through managing our restaurant, bakery and catering business with carefully selected, qualified and trained personnel. Continued development of staff, facility and menus are critical to our long-term success. We believe that it is of the utmost importance to treat each person, whether guest, Team Member or vendor with honesty, courtesy and respect. Our customer is always number one (#1) and we will stop at nothing to ensure 100% guest satisfaction.

  • 51 East 4th Street
    Emporium, PA 15834
  • aromabakeryandcafe@yahoo.com
  • Josh and Lindsey Zucal
  • 814-486-7662

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RICH VALLEY APIARY

The products we make use beeswax and honey collected from our very own apiary. Everything you see that has our label is handmade by us, Ryan and Brandi Magaro. We started beekeeping 6 years ago and have been using bees to educate kids and adults alike for the past 4 years. In 2015 we tried our hands at some homemade products for Christmas and were so happy with feedback that we decided to make a go of it as a small side business. We love all things local and were thrilled to have business, in our very small community (PA WILDS!) wanting to carry our product. Now, we are so excited to have the chance to bring our small batch, family tested and designed products to your doorstep!

  • 2067 Rich Valley Road
    Emporium, PA 15834
  • beekeeper@magaros.com
  • Ryan and Brandi Magaro
  • 814-486-2471

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AT HOME PRINTING

For all your custom apparel print along with fatheads and custom decals.

  • 1026 South Michael Street
    St. Marys, PA 15857
  • athomeprinting@yahoo.com
  • Janice Dellquila - Owner
  • 814-594-8005

Tourism

VISIT CLEARFIELD COUNTY

Whether your passion is navigating the water by boat, kayak or canoe, Clearfield County is a world-class water activities destination. Start Irvin Park or Civic Center in Curwensville. Easy stretch that mostly follows Rails to Trails. Watch for booms from the logging era. Stop midway at Bee Kind Winery which also carries specialty cheeses, dips, and pottery. You'll know them by the beautifully manicured lawns and brightly colored Adirondak seating. Exit Lower Witmer Park.

  • 208 Plaza Drive
    Clearfield, PA 16830
  • jjones@visitclearfieldcounty.org
  • Josiah Jones - Director
  • 814-765-5734

Tourism

GREATER JOHNSTOWN/CAMBRIA COUNTY CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU

Official destination marketing organization (DMO) for Cambria County. Markets Cambria County and Johnstown as a destination for visitors through advertising, web,, ppublic relations, print, social media, and events. Target segments include leisure travelers, sports travel, group travel, meetings/conferences, etc. Hosts annual Thunder in the Valley Motorcycle Rally and PolkaFest. Major attractions include Johnstown Inclined Plane (World's Steepest!), Rock Run Recreation, Prince Gallitzin State Park, Stonycreek River & Whitewater Park, Johnstown Flood Musem & Johnstown Flood National Memorial, Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site, Ghost Town Trail, Cambria County War Memorial Arena, plus numerous special events and festivals.

  • 111 Roosevelt Blvd. Suite A
    Johnstown, PA 15906
  • lrager@visitjohnstownpa.com
  • Lisa Rager - Executive Director
  • 800-237-8590

Tourism

ALLEGHENY NATIONAL FOREST VISITORS BUREAU

The Allegheny National Forest Visitors Bureau (ANFVB) is the official Destination Marketing Organization for McKean County, Pennsylvania. We are a not-for-profit corporation with a mission to promote travel & tourism into McKean County. Our mission is to increase the number of visitors, their length of stay, and the per dollar amount they spend daily. We promote and assist in tourism product development, and we strive to keep all of our visitors happy! The ANF Visitors Bureau Welcome Center is open from 9 am to 5 pm daily in Bradford, and the Kinzua Bridge Visitors Center is open from 8 am to 6 pm daily, at the Kinzua Bridge State Park-with seasonal hours after Labor Day. We are unique in many ways, including Forest Press, which is a division of our bureau which produces award winning books and DVD's about the region. New attractions opened within McKean County include the Kinzua Sky Walk-one of the top 10 most scenic skywalks in the world," the Marilyn Horne Museum, Serenity Glass Park in Port Allegany, and trail construction will begin on the Knox & Kane Trail, in spring of 2018. McKean County is marketed as "Trail Central" and our long term vision is to have all of the trails within McKean County to connect to the Kinzua Bridge State Park, our local communities, and the trail systems within the Allegheny National Forest and the Allegany State Park. In regards to the LHR, we hope you will continue to offer mini-grants, and work to enhance the timber industry by finding wood artisans who can utilize our raw products to create fine furniture and wood accents which can be marketed both here and nationally.

  • 80 Corydon Street
    Bradford, PA 16701
  • devlin@visitANF.com
  • Linda Devlin - Executive Director
  • 800-473-9370

Tourism

PENNSYLVANIA GREAT OUTDOORS VISITORS BUREAU

Pennsylvania Great Outdoors Visitors Bureau promotes tourism in a 5-county region including Clarion, Jefferson, Elk, Forest, and Cameron counties. Two federally designated National Wild & Scenic Recreation Rivers, the Allegheny and the Clarion provide countless opportunities for outdoor adventure. We are home to Pennsylvania’s Wild Elk Country and the beautiful Elk Country Visitor Center in Benezette. Cook Forest State Park was called “America’s Best Old-Growth Forest” by Men’s Journal because of stands of ancient giant trees. Clarion’s Autumn Leaf Festival is a huge nine-day event that was honored PA Wilds “ 2017 Event of the Year”. The Redbank Valley Trail was DCNR’s first ever Pennsylvania Trail of the Year. The Allegheny National Forest has over a half-million acres of public land and is only place to synchronized fireflies in the state. Plan your escape today the PA Great Outdoors.

  • 2801 Maplevale Road
    Brookville, PA 15825
  • john@visitpago.com
  • John Straitiff - Executive Director
  • 814-849-5197

Tourism

STARR HILL VINEYARD AND WINERY

Starr Hill Vineyard and Winery is the first Winery in the Nation to be located inside the largest retailer in the U.S , Walmart. Visit our unique stores inside Dubois, Clearfield, Butler and Altoona Pennsylvania’s Supercenters. Visit our Winery in Curwensville and tour our completed expansion of the tasting room and production facilities. When visiting the winery schedule our tour of Starr Hill’s wine making process. We are also able to ship wine within Pennsylvania to your residence or to your place of business.

  • 861 Bailey Road
    Curwensville, PA 16833
  • Ken Starr - Owner
  • 814- 236-0910

Tourism

COUNTY OF ELK

The Elk County Planning Department is an branch of county government that is charged with overseeing land use and development on behalf of local municipalities that have no Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance (SALDO). Our staff works closely with the Elk County Board of Commissioners and The Elk County Planning Commission to ensure our duties, according to the Municipal Planning Code (MPC), are fulfilled. The Planning Department is in charge of administering the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG). We also administer several housing programs including accessibility modifications and home rehab. County planning department staff work closely with local municipalities to assist them whenever possible. Grant writing and plan development are two of our specialties.

  • 300 Center Street
    Ridgway, PA 15853
  • jfoster@countyofelkpa.com
  • Jodi Foster - Planning Director
  • 814-776-5304

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PENNSYLVANIA LUMBER MUSEUM

The Pennsylvania Lumber Museum educates the public about the Commonwealth’s rich lumbering history and the ongoing care, management, and recreational use of its forests. Visitors are encouraged to explore the museum’s working historic saw mill, recreated lumber camp, exhibits, public programs and collections to discover the relevance of history in their lives. The Pennsylvania Lumber Museum is administered by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission and is actively supported by the Pennsylvania Lumber Museum Associates which is a non-profit community-based organization.

  • P.O. Box 239
    Galeton, PA 16922
  • josroth@pa.gov
  • Joshua Roth - Site Administrator
  • 814-435-2652

PENNSYLVANIA LUMBER MUSEUM ASSOC.

The Pennsylvania Lumber Museum educates the public about the Commonwealth’s rich lumbering history and the ongoing care, management, and recreational use of its forests. Visitors are encouraged to explore the museum’s working historic saw mill, recreated lumber camp, exhibits, public programs and collections to discover the relevance of history in their lives. The Pennsylvania Lumber Museum is administered by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission and is actively supported by the Pennsylvania Lumber Museum Associates which is a non-profit community-based organization.

  • P.O. Box 239
    Galeton, PA 16922
  • c-mrobert@pa.gov
  • Robert Miller - President
  • 814-435-2652

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PA LIBERTY MOUNTAIN

Liberty Mountain is one of the largest wholesale distributors of technical outdoor products and climbing gear in the U.S. In other words, Liberty Mountain is the one-stop-shop with everything for the outdoors for your outdoor gear store. Instead of contacting, ordering, and managing numerous accounts with various manufacturers to fulfill the store's inventory list, you can simply place your orders--via phone, email, app and/or website--with Liberty Mountain to get shipments that consist of countless brands and products.

  • 680 Fairfield Road
    Montoursville, PA 17754
  • michaels@libertymountain.com
  • Michael Shaw -
  • 800-366-2666

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THE STRAWBERRY TREE

The Strawberry Tree is a tea room and gift shop in a 19th century Victorian home. A homemade food menu highlights a casual dining room. Eight rooms of gifts and décor add shopping to the dining room experience.

  • 578 State St.
    Curwensville, PA 16833
  • carolynrowles@strawberrytreeshop.net
  • Carolyn Rowles - Owner
  • 814-236-8328

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NORTH CENTRAL PA BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION TRADES COUNCIL

Our vision is to become a preferred vendor-supplier of skilled craft construction workforce solutions to whole industries, individual construction end users, contractors, and to communities in which we operate.

  • 1400 Leonard St.
    Clearfield, PA 16830
  • jeff@ibew5.org
  • Jeffrey Miller - President
  • 814-937-2208

COUNTY OF MCKEAN

McKean County is situated in North Central Pennsylvania along the New York border, and is home to approximately 41,500 residents. McKean County is home to American Refining Group, Case Cutlery, the world famous Zippo lighter, the University of Pittsburgh-Bradford, Ardaugh Glass Manufacturing, the Eldred WWII Museum, and Wooly Willy. The lumber industry along with oil production has played a pivotal in the early development of the county, and still to this day, are some of the leading industries for McKean County

  • 500 West Main St.
    Smethport, PA 16749
  • jsmorey@mckeancountypa.org
  • Jeremy Morey - Director of Planning
  • 814-887-2754

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PA STATE FLAMING FOLIAGE FESTIVAL

An annual festival that attracts nearly 25,000 to the community. Vendors, Crowning of the Queen and a 2 hour parade are just a few of the attractions at this annual event held each year in October.

  • P.O. Box 271
    Renovo, PA 17764
  • prauch2132@comcast.net
  • Pattie Rauch - Chairman
  • 570-923-1923

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CJ SPIRITS

Family owned distillery. Locally grown grains, pure mountain spring water. Featuring Vodka, Rum, Gin, and Whiskey.

  • 120 Willow Run Drive
    Kane, PA 16755
  • cjspirits@gmail.com
  • Tom Jones & Sam Cummings - Owners
  • 814-837-1500

Tourism

RIDGWAY/ELK COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Nestled along the Clarion River at the edge of the Allegheny National Forest is historic Ridgway, a quaint and friendly town with an illustrious past. Once the home of Gilded Age lumber barons, Ridgway boasts stunning Victorian architecture, a bustling downtown of shops and restaurants, and that warm and welcoming atmosphere you can only find in Northwestern Pennsylvania! Centrally located in the lush forests of the Pennsylvania Wilds, Ridgway is an outdoor lover’s paradise! The perfect base to explore The Allegheny National Forest, kayak the Clarion River or hike the Little Toby Rail Trail; Ridgway offers unlimited opportunities for walking, biking, fly fishing, and hiking spring through fall. In the winter, you can enjoy cross-country skiing, ice fishing, snowmobiling, or participate in one of our monthly festivals including the internationally acclaimed Chainsaw Carvers’ Rendezvous. Ridgway offers something for everyone year round. Visit us to view the free-roaming herd of Elk just 20 miles to the south, purchase a unique work of art at the Elk County Council on the Arts, or take home a souvenir from one of our charming Main Street shops. Whatever the reason for your visit, we invite you to stop in and begin your adventure at the Welcome Center at 300 Main Street, Ridgway, Pennsylvania!

  • 300 Main St.
    Ridgway, PA 15853
  • ridgwaymainstreetmanager@gmail.com
  • Beth Shuttleworth - Main Street Manager
  • 814-772-9150

THE WINERY AT WILCOX

Family owned business located along scenic route 219. Established in 1993. Tastings, Tours, Events and Much more... Three generations of the Williams' family and the best staff in Pennsylvania welcome you to sample our 'country gourmet' style. Whatever your taste, we've got something you are sure to love. Come check us out at one of our three locations and see what all the buzz is about!

  • 1867 Mefferts Run Rd
    Wilcox, PA 15870
  • ncwilcox@wineryatwilcox.net
  • Jamie Lynn - Retail Manager
  • 814-929-5598

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FLICKERWOOD WINE CELLARS

Flickerwood Wine Cellars, known as the Wine that Rocks, opened on Memorial Day Weekend 2000 with 3 employees and 4 varieties of wine. Now after 15 years we have about 15 employees, 2 additional locations, and 30 varieties of wine.

  • 309 Flickerwood Rd.
    Kane, PA 16735
  • ron@flickerwood.com
  • Ron Zampogna - President
  • 814-837-7566

HIKING TO BEER

He was overweight, he had lost his job, and he was in need of a serious life change. That’s when he decided to do something just about impossible: hiking the Appalachian Trail. But that wasn’t enough of a kick in the butt for Lloyd—he also gave up beer. As the ultimate motivation to meet his goal, he promised to swear off the hoppy goodness until he reached Mount Katahdin, and the finish line, in Maine. After months of preparation, Lloyd set off to Georgia to start his two thousand-mile trek. He couldn’t have known on that March night that six months later he would finish his journey a changed man, while making interesting friends, experiencing breathtaking vistas, penning trail ballads on his homemade ukulele, and surviving brown recluse spider bites along the way. An adventure story, inspirational tale, and guide to roughing it in the backcountry, Hiking to Beer is a funny and poignant read for outdoor aficionados, aspiring hikers, and everyone in-between.

  • P.O. Box 281
    Port Allegany, PA 16743
  • lfink27@gmail.com
  • Lloyd Fink Jr. - Author
  • 814-642-9560

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SEW CRAFTY

We source local wool and fiber and process and spin it into yarn. We offer classes in Knit, Crochet, Painting, and Much more...

  • 315 Filbert St.
    Curwensville, PA 16833
  • sewcrafty13@verizon.net
  • Lisa Walnock - Owner
  • 814-577-0819

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PIXEL&HAMMER

Pixel & Hammer takes special care to know you and your business. Our goal is to become a member of your team, and work hard to help cultivate and grow your presence and brand, just as we would our own. Together we can create a custom monthly plan for an on-going relationship to meet your goals. The time we spend is used how you need it most, from social media campaigns, to website maintenance, marketing, content development, direct mail, and more. Each month, we reach out to you and ask them the important questions: What are your biggest challenges this month, what are you excited about, and how can we help. We develop a list of priorities based on your budget and develop strategies to help you meet those goals.

  • 52 East High Street
    Carlisle, PA 17013
  • hello@pixelandhammer.com
  • Emily Bear
  • 717-386-5082

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