CAN DO celebrated the 10th anniversary of its Curb Appeal Awards with a ceremony to honor its industrial park and corporate center tenants who have beautified and maintained the visual appeal of their properties.
The awards were presented to companies in the Humboldt, Valmont and McAdoo industrial parks, Humboldt Station and the CAN DO Corporate Center during an industry mixer held Thursday at Residence Inn by Marriott in Humboldt Station. The mixer was co-sponsored by Residence Inn and Coordinated Health.
The Curb Appeal Award plaques were presented in the categories of Companies with 1 to 75 employees, Companies with more than 75 employees, Commercial Service and Commercial – Hotels, Restaurants, Retail.
Residence Inn was named the overall winner, receiving the top award in the program. Larry Walko Landscaping completed the landscaping work for the Residence Inn.
Annual Regional Manufacturing Showcase & Trade Show
Thursday, October 5th
9:30 am - 2:00 pm at The Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel, Scranton
Join manufacturing executives, suppliers, trainers and consultants to network, create new business, learn and celebrate manufacturing!
Why You Should Attend…
Thriving in a Complex and Chaotic Business Environment
Alexander (Lex) Sloot, Author & Motivational Speaker
Alexander (Lex) Sloot is a successful manufacturing, marketing, publishing and commercial real estate entrepreneur. Lex holds more than 40 U.S. Patents and is a classical pianist, public speaker and philanthropist. Has has also authored two dynamic motivational and philosophic books – The TOOLS to XEL, initially published in 2004, and Viability – The Essence of Existence, published in 2016. Lex will share his unique approach, process and guiding principles in achieving career, financial and personal success.
General Admission - $40.00 Company Display Table + 2 Admissions - $200.00
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CAN DO President and CEO Kevin O’Donnell and Board of Directors Chairman Dr. John Madden welcomed the group of more than 30 members. Madden told the attendees that the orientation session would give them “a look at an organization that is one of the most important organizations in Hazleton.”
Located directly along the I-81 corridor in Northeast Pennsylvania and just minutes from I-80, Greater Hazleton offers an ideal location, just two hours to New York City and Philadelphia and within a day's drive of half the nation's population.