Feb. 15, 2019: In the TGIF Report, Michael Moliterno highlights the newest additions to our Business Strategies Video Network.
Cafaro Entity Buys Dillard’s Building for $8.92M
Ryan Pitches Northeastern Ohio to Amazon
Digital Services Drive Business for Prodigal
Trumbull Public Library Adds Learning Platforms
Grow Relationships and Revenue with Video Marketing
Tickets Available for Eddie George Lecture
BSHM Expands Team and Portfolio
3 Minutes With: Riviera Creek Harvests First Medical Marijuana Plants
A Play on Poverty and Prejudice
Stone Fruit Adds Sweets, Clothing
Women Artisans and Weaving
Brian Kessler, Chairman of Riviera Creek, LLC, talks about their first medical marijuana harvest in Youngstown, as well as their brands including Stambaugh, Idora and Gypsy.
Jim Gasior, president and CEO of Cortland Bank, reflects on the impact that the United Way and the bank have had on the community as two century-old organizations, and discusses the bank’s community outreach goals.
About Change Makers
Since 1919, the United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valleyhas fought to make change through generations of impact. Our United Way has been fortunate to have amazing support for the past 100 years. We want to honor those partners, organizations, and businesses who have been with us throughout this journey to this milestone anniversary. Each month you will learn how they have partnered with United Way to make an impact on the Mahoning Valley and truly make change for the better. Our Change Makers know that to live better, we must live united.
The Youngstown Clothing Co. partners with Stone Fruit Coffee Co. in Boardman to keep retail space inside the cafe, as Stone Fruit also opens its own bakery.
At Three Sheep Gallery, Linda Shevel works to promote the Valley’s women artisans, as well as a wide variety of knitting and weaving styles.
In part two of Thought Leaders, Jimmie Bruce talks about what led him to education, and what’s ahead for Eastern Gateway Community College.