Charles Thiel, Thiel Strategic Communications LLC, Allentown Chamber Chair
The City of Allentown has certainly seen its fair share of economic growth over the years and one thing the Allentown Chamber is really good at is recognizing our members. This year at our annual meeting on May 24, we honor four great businesses that have created jobs and vibrancy for our city.
NEW COMMITMENT – Union & Finch is an American style bistro located at 1528 West Union Street in the former JP O’Malley’s location in the West End of Allentown. They offer quality food and drinks on a daily basis with a mature sense of hospitality and playful vibe. They combine the nostalgia of a long-lost neighborhood joint with a modern bistro setting to create the area’s newest destination for relaxed, casual dining.
DOWNTOWN COMMITMENT – Digital Feast, Inc. is a digital marketing and branding agency located in the heart of Allentown. They are a full service agency with a talented team of creatives who produce websites, videos, digital ads, photography, logos and designs. Digital Feast also creates and manages social media accounts and HTML e-mail campaigns.
GOOD NEIGHBOR – Joe Schaeffer of Allentown Appliance is the recipient of this year’s Good Neighbor Award. Joe has served on the board of the Allentown Chamber, was the past president of the West End Alliance, and has been a good neighbor to the Allentown community for many years. Allentown Appliance is a family-owned discount appliances store based in Allentown since 1987. They serve customers throughout the entire Lehigh Valley.
DEDICATION – Jack’s Glass. With over 100 years of experience in the Greater Lehigh Valley, Jack’s Glass has the reputation for being the best in the business. From custom shower doors and enclosures to storefronts and windows, Jack’s Glass is constantly being recognized by its customers and partners for doing each job flawlessly.
I hope you will join us on May 24 and help celebrate this year’s Joseph Daddona awardees.
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