On Tuesday, December 10th the LGBA will host its first annual Shop & Dine event in Spring House. Lower Gwynedd businesses are encouraging people to shop local this holiday season by offering special discounts and promotions on the day of the event.
On May 15th the Lower Gwynedd Business Association (LGBA) presented a business expo at Siemens in Spring House during the employee lunch time. The expo promoted good community relations between Siemens Industry Inc. employees and local businesses.
The LGBA was formed in 2012 to spread awareness to local residents about the diverse assortment of businesses in Lower Gwynedd Township. The association is committed to the growth and success of local businesses and— in collaboration with the Township—strives to create a thriving and attractive destination for potential new businesses.
The LGBA meets monthly to discuss marketing opportunities, business development, and future events. For more information about the LGBA, contact Greg Harth at (215) 654-0364, or by email at LowerGwyneddBusinessAssoc@gmail.com.
The "I Like The Pike" initiative has spawned a new Lower Gwynedd Business Association. The association has held its first few meetings and elected officers. Congratulations and best of luck to the members of the association's cabinet:
Gregory Harth, Harth Builders - President
Sue Adair, Feast and Fancy - Vice President
Sherri Wardle, Susquehanna Bank, Treasurer
Penny Wosewick, Village Pharmacy, Secretary
The Township met with several area real estate developers last week to discuss opportunities along Bethlehem Pike.
The real estate leaders heard from Supervisor Vice Chairman Kathleen Hunsicker, Supervisor Dr. J. Richard Booth and Assistant Township Manager Craig McAnally. They briefed the developers on the status of a zoning ordinance to provide development flexibility along the pike and on the properties available for redevelopment.
The meeting was part of the "I Like The Pike" initiative's emphasis on revitalizing the underutilizied properties along Bethlehem Pike.