Sid Mashburn, a national apparel retail and design company, launched a new online Made-to-Measurement program with the help of Weidenhammer of Wyomissing. Custom fit and made-to-measure suits have been a hallmark of the Sid Mashburn in-store experience since the brand’s conception in 2007. For the first time, that service is available online for men’s shirts. Through the application designed by Weidenhammer and using the Magento platform, customers can order online.
Client 1st Financial LLC of Fogelsville launched new tools and services powered by MoneyGuide Pro, which allows the company and its clients to plan in real time utilizing their most current account values. Additionally, clients can use the suite’s financial calculators to test different planning scenarios.
Gross McGinley of Allentown said all of the firm’s 14 paralegals received the designation of Pennsylvania Certified Paralegal, a credential administered by The Keystone Alliance of Paralegal Associations in Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Certified Paralegal credential is a voluntary program for paralegals in the state. It only recently became available in Lehigh County.
Riverview Bank of Harrisburg recently made a $2,250 donation to the Wyomissing Area Education Foundation as part of their ongoing participation in Pennsylvania’s Educational Improvement Tax Credit program. The foundation’s mission is to support the Wyomissing Area School District.
PPL Corp. of Allentown donated $5,000 to the State Theatre of Easton for its 2017 Freddy Awards. The donation comes as part of the Pennsylvania’s Educational Improvement Tax Credit program.
Stephen Morris Jr., bus operator for Trans-Bridge Lines of Bethlehem, was honored with the Pennsylvania Bus Association Driver of Distinction Award. Morris began driving for Trans-Bridge Lines in September 2006 and is six years accident-free. Morris also assists Trans-Bridge Lines’ training department by instructing a one-day e-log class of new drivers and teaching the intricacies of Trans-Bridge Lines’ routes.
NAI Summit of South Whitehall Township said Anthony Diaz represented the owner, Hyman Group, in the sale of a 15,000-square-foot retail/flex building at 309 E. Hamilton St., Allentown. The free-standing building includes retail space, warehouse space and additional garage space. The buyer plans to use this facility as a day care center and investment property. Diaz also Diaz represented the owner of 104 Schuylkill Ave. in Tamaqua in the sale with Royal Diamond Rental.
Mike Adams of NAI Summit represented the owner of 2430 Emrick Blvd. in Bethlehem in a long-term lease with Services United. He also represented the owner, Bethlehem Business Center LLC, in the multiyear lease with Esthetically Yours (doing business as Priia Cosmetics) for warehouse space at 3012 and 3090 Emrick Blvd. in Bethlehem.
Compiled by stacy wescoe