The company goes by the phrase: America's Tackle Shop. Where you can find everything from fishing gear to clothing for the outdoor sport, along with everything else you need to succeed for reeling in just about any type of fish species.
Starting in sales, Jeremy Anderson has seen the company's success over his 13 years at Process & Data Automation. In 2021, he became president. He told Erie News Now the plan is to grow the employee base every year, moving forward.
Guests from around the globe have stayed at Spencer House, which started out as a single family dwelling.
"It's not always the most fun or glamorous, but I just sit down and remember my great-grandfather started this 91 years ago," said Shane. "So, that's huge for me."
She's a graduate of that program, and over time, her small business conducts research and analysis for clients in the private and public sectors, including government clients and even nonprofits.
Sonja started her conversations in 2015. Byes told Erie News Now it was just her, working with a freelance videographer, airing a show on CAM-TV, the Erie Public Access Media Channel.
While UPMC Health Plan has a footprint with various organizations, there are plans to expand.
The office opened in May of 2023. The McDowell and Mercyhurst University graduate worked in Boston for many years, and decided to bring her skills back home for an elevated dental experience.
Anthony Natale says winter maintenance is two-thirds of their gross revenue.
It's a company she and her husband started during the COVID-19 pandemic, and it's nothing like they have ever done before.
Focus on personal goals is the aim at this peaceful site off Zuck Road in Millcreek.
While it served as a lifeline, the years produced more services and advocacy for crime victims.
God-given? Well, there's been plenty of work done on worship centers, including turning the former movie theater behind the Millcreek Mall into Elevate Church.
Sourdough and whole wheat loaves are staples, plus: pinwheels filled with different varieties.
The Reserves Network has been in this plaza off West 8th Street since 2017 after moving a few years earlier from Girard. It's the only Reserves Network in the Erie region and the only one in Pennsylvania.
"My specialty is working with people who know they need a new kitchen or know they need a new bathroom but that's all they know," said Andrea. "They have no idea where to start."
The latest venture. Is an 18 hole golf course next to Oliver's Beer Garden. Every hole will include Erie trivia.
The company's high tech equipment helps at service calls, along with training right at the new office site where a 14 step checklist vital to company operations, is on display.
A local feel is what the owners aim for this Dunkin along with others in the area is owned by Dalrt Incorporated.
Did you know that passport photos can also be taken at Staples?
Whiting, a managing principal of the company 10th and State LLC, said he plans to redevelop the building which currently houses Golf Evolution, 7-10 Cafe, and Comfort Care and Resources.
From industrial, commercial, and residential, with the help of a staff of more than 25, the company creates custom doors all throughout the region.
Bob worked locally with the company Ghost Creative to develop the app, he launched the digital business at Erie's recent Home and Garden Expo.
After fire or water damage, SERVPRO will come in and cleanup the mess, dry it to pre-loss conditions, and make any needed repairs.
The space can also be rented out for private parties, and there's a mobile candle-making workshop.
Since it officially began in September of 2022, the women have done podcasts and connected with other ladies looking to navigate tough spaces in corporate careers.
This stand alone hotel opened in 2006. Kimberly Miller got her start folding laundry inside, 6 months after it opened, and never left.
Those behind one family business know the changes all too well. Their years of helping local families from birth to beyond continues with a new generation behind the glass counter.