Anderson Group of Sinking Spring is launching a new branding campaign. It said its goal for the new brand is show off its bold approach to evolution and growth as an agency. To illustrate that shift, the agency’s new color palette uses red for strength and energy, turquoise for creativity and balance and navy for loyalty and confidence. A new Thinkanderson.com website replaces theandersongrp.com as the hub of the firm’s online presence.
The cancer program at Penn State Health St. Joseph in Bern Township has been reaccredited by the American College of Surgeon’s Commission on Cancer. To again earn the honor, the program participated in a CoC survey in which it met or exceeded 34 quality care standards, including maintaining high levels of excellence in the delivery of comprehensive, patient-centered cancer care.
Just Born Quality Confections of Bethlehem awarded a $2,500 grant to the Center for Humanistic Change Inc. in Hanover Township, Lehigh County. The money will support the “Heroin and Opioids: yes, you can have the discussion” social media campaign.
Choice Hotels International Inc. awarded Comfort Inn and Suites Barnesville with the Platinum Award at the Choice Hotels 63rd annual convention in Las Vegas. General manager Janine Murray and vice president Ken Huebner accepted the award and were recognized for superior customer service and operational excellence.
Kelly McLean Rindock, vice president of wealth management and branch manager with The Steel Valley Investment Group of Raymond James & Associates in Upper Saucon Township, was recently named to the Forbes list of America’s top next-generation wealth advisers. The list recognizes advisers from national, regional and independent firms.
Sustainable Energy Fund of Schnecksville honored Craig Onori with the Epstein Lifetime Achievement Award. The Epstein Award is based on a lifetime of work in moving society toward a sustainable energy future. Onori is vice president of operations for Lehigh Valley Health Network. He oversees support services that provide all facilities management and regulatory compliance activities for the network, based in Salisbury Township. Two of his responsibilities have been leading energy management and efforts to improve the sustainability in hospital operations.
The Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges selected Triangle Tech’s Bethlehem campus as a recipient of the 2017-2018 School of Excellence Award. The award recognizes accredited member schools that during their most recent five-year period of accreditation have demonstrated a commitment to the expectations and rigors of accreditation, as well as a commitment to delivering quality educational programs to students, graduates and employers.
Mike Adams of NAI Summit in South Whitehall Township represented Zeke Associates in the lease renewals of two tenants at 7377 William Ave., Upper Macungie Township. Larson Manufacturing and Polygon US Group both renewed leases. Adams also represented the owner, HAF Inc., in the lease renewal of Maser Construction at 941 Marcon Blvd. in Hanover Township, Lehigh County, and new tenant Vicidomini USA at 2410 Emrick Blvd. in Bethlehem Township. Vicidomini distributes pasta from Italy throughout the United States.
— STACY WESCOE