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Yardmaster is a regional landscaping company with a local office that opened in 2005
The local FASTSIGNS franchise is part of a global network will more than 600 locations.
Merit Industries began in a garage. But now, the Erie based business has as many as 250 projects going at the same time, shipping parts and tools all over the world.
The Gannon Small Business Development Center has been helping both new and existing businesses in our region since 1981. The center has had a part in creating thousands of jobs by offering expert advice to help owners achieve success.
Building Systems, Inc. is a family owned, general contractor specializing in commercial and industrial construction.
Samurai Kitchen + Sushi is a small, family owned restaurant on busy West 12th Street in Millcreek. The restaurant serves a wide variety of food, with an emphasis on freshness, and an attractive presentation.
Amatech is a family owned business specializing in reusable packaging, with customers all over the country. And sales just keep growing.
The locally owned Kada Gallery has been a fixture in Millcreek's Colony Plaza for the past 25 years. It showcases and sells original art. But also is busy doing custom framing.
Erie Auto & Drivetrain is really two businesses in one, with young mechanic, Bobby Ring, and an older engineer Dave Bell working together. It is a time of transition, with the plan calling for the mechanic to eventually take over the entire operation.
ErieBank, a division of CNB Bank, began operating in 2005. It has been growing ever since, focusing on both commercial and retail customers, with a philosophy of personalized service.
Plyler Entry Systems has been in business for more than half a century. The family owned company has grown and expanded many times over the years, now employing nearly 60 people at is headquarters in McKean and two other locations.
Moore Research is a local marketing research company that has been in business for nearly 50 years.
The Pittsburgh Inn is a family owned, casual restaurant that has been around a long time. It opened in 1924. The current owners took over in 2007, continuing the tradition of serving good meals at reasonable prices.
The local Fortis Institute in Millcreek is part of a national company that operates 40 career training schools in 15 states.
Gohrs on Demand is a custom digital printing company that has been steadily growing since it opened seven years ago.
Harry Mueller the Key Man is a third generation, family owned locksmith.
Lincoln Foundry is an old school local company. You won't find robots or high tech computerized machines. Instead, workers with strong backs have been the key to the company's success since it opened in 1974.
Iron Oxygen Fitness is a busy place, with about 5500 members working out to stay fit.
The St. Martin Center is a non profit agency that has been helping those in need for the past 66 years.
The local office of Miller Brother Staffing Solutions has been matching local workers to available jobs for the past five years. It is one of the company's nine offices in Pennsylvania and Ohio.
Marquette Savings Bank celebrates its 110th anniversary next year. It has grown to a community bank with 130 employees at 12 locations in Erie and Crawford counties, serving both residential and business customers.
Scalise Exhibits is a small, local, family owned company that specializes in designing and producing trade shows and marketing events.
The Erie Philharmonic has been making music and entertaining local audiences for the past 104 years. Top quality, highly trained musicians every year performing a mix of symphonic and pops concerts.
Dahlkemper Landscape Architects & Contractors is a business that began in 1955 with brothers James and Charles Dahlkemper working out of a one car garage. Sixty-two years later. the company has nearly 40 employees, designing and building all sorts of outdoor areas for both residential and commercial clients.
The non profit Presque Isle Partnership has been helping the park since it formed 23 years ago. The organization stages events, and raises funds to pay for projects that state tax dollars just don't cover.