“The Oil Region Alliance helped my company secure low-cost financing to open a second location in Cornplanter Township. The Alliance continues to be responsive to our needs as we grow and create jobs right here in your Oil Region. Thank you to the members who choose to be part of the Alliance.” -Rod Griffin, Specialty Fabrication & Powder Coating, Sugarcreek Borough & Cornplanter Twp.
“As a community credit union, the Oil Region Alliance is very important to us because it helps bring companies to the area as well as helps businesses that are already here. When there are good jobs businesses like ours can thrive by serving those employees. That.s something I believe in and want to be part of.” -Linda Lusher, Galaxy Federal Credit Union, Franklin.
“As a member of the Oil Region Alliance I have a proactive relationship with an organization that.s making a brighter future for my family.
The Alliance creates opportunities for a better business climate as well as a diverse quality of life. That.s something I believe in and want to be part of.” -Joe Nichols, Farley’s Services, Titusville.
“The efforts of the Alliance to assist us with expansion, job training, and financing have allowed me to expand our business faster than I could without their help. Employment at Deets Mechanical has nearly doubled to 28 full-time employees, and more jobs are projected.” -Phil Deets, Deets Mechanical, Seneca.
“The Alliance helped my business obtain funding for the renovations at our new building to provide quality live/work space through the Route 8 and 62 Corridor Improvement Program. Already three new businesses are located within the building.” -Daryl Hicks, The classic Salon, Oil City.
“The Franklin Area Chamber of Commerce partners with the Oil Region Alliance to attract new business to the area and to support existing businesses.” -Lynn Cochran, Franklin.
“We purchased property owned by the Oil Region Alliance in the Barkeyville Industrial Park to build an asphalt plant, shop and an office building. The property is located within a Keystone Opportunity Zone offering us tax incentives. We now have 72 people employed at our Barkeyville facility. Thank you to the members who choose to be part of the Alliance.” -Todd Glenn, Glenn O. Hawbaker Inc., Barkeyville.
“The Emlenton community had the support of the Alliance in developing its historical efforts including a book, interpretive panels along a walking tour, and the first Visitor Center in the Oil Region. The Alliance also helped us develop and market The Pumping Jack Museum. Those efforts have brought us visitors from areas we never anticipated. Thank you to the members who choose to be part of the Alliance.” -Nancy Kingsley, The Pumping Jack Museum, Emlenton.
“The Oil Region Alliance helped us find a location for our new 120,000 square foot Logistics & Distribution Center in the Barkeyville Industrial Park. Initial capital investment by Team Hardinger will be $3 million in the first year. We.ll also create 40 to 45 direct jobs over the next three years right here in your Oil Region. Thank you to the members who choose to be part of the Alliance. Frank Przybycin,
Team Hardinger Transportation, Barkeyville.
“The Alliance helped my company secure funding for a recently completed $1.68 million expansion project that added 20,000 square feet to our manufacturing facility in Cranberry Township. With this expansion, 64 new jobs have been added to the existing 204 employed by Matric. The Alliance also facilitated over $15,000 in technical training assistance for incumbent employees. Thank you to the members who choose to be part of the Alliance.” -Rick Turner, Matric Limited, Cranberry Twp.
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