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Furia Rubel Communications
2 Hidden Lane, Doylestown
Phone: 2153400480     Website
PA Biotech Center Companies Showcased to Potential Investors at Second Annual Entrepreneur Spotlight
Baruch S. Blumberg Institute hosts Shark Tank-style event at the Pennsylvania Biotech Center, honors Barbara Schilberg, CEO of BioAdvance DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (July 2016)  The Baruch S. Blumberg Institute recently hosted its second annual Entrepreneur Spotlight with a Shark Tank-style program and awards ceremony at the Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center of Bucks County. In attendance were pharma and biotech business movers and shakers celebrating the contributions of biotechnology and pharmacology to the quality of life in the Bucks County area. The evening began with presentations from five start-up companies located at the PA Biotech Center. The companies ranged from those in very early stage development to one company with a medical device already approved and being sold as a commercial product. Company leaders pitched their technologies to angel investors who could help make their ground-breaking medical therapies a reality. The discussion was facilitated by an expert panel led by Barbara Schilberg, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of BioAdvance; Patrick Higgins, co-founder and former Chief Executive Officer of OnCore Biopharma; and Elizabeth D. Sigety, Esq., Partner with Fox Rothschild LLP in Warrington, PA. Sigety received the Blumberg Institutes inaugural Entrepreneur Champion Award along with Fox Rothschild colleagues Loren Danzis and Jeff Nichols in 2015. The Blumberg Institutes 2016 Entrepreneur Champion Award was presented to Schilberg, who leads BioAdvance, which provides early stage capital and other support to companies developing technologies to improve human health. This honor, which recognizes those who have made extraordinary contributions to advancing biotech entrepreneurship in the region, was presented by Dr. Patrick Lam, who serves as Chair of the Entrepreneur Council at the PA Biotech Center. Dr. Lam is a former medicinal chemist with Bristol-Myers Squibb with a total of eight clinical candidates to his name and was the co-inventor of Eliquis®/Apixaban, a very successful blood thinner used to prevent clots and strokes. BioAdvance has stimulated the creation and development of new ideas into innovative entrepreneurial entities, said Dr. Timothy M. Block, president of the Baruch S. Blumberg Institute and the Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center. Barbaras investment, not just in capital but in time spent nurturing young biotech companies, helps countless entrepreneurs move science from the laboratory into successful, industry-changing businesses. Schilberg has more than 30 years of experience working with academic technologies and start-up companies in the life sciences sector. Under her leadership as CEO, BioAdvance has invested $32 million in 73 companies and academic technologies focusing on areas including Alzheimers disease, cancer, diabetes, obesity and infectious diseases. During Schilbergs tenure with BioAdvance, portfolio companies have attracted more than $2.4 billion in capital, 11 companies have been acquired and nine products have been approved by the FDA. The biotech companies showcased during the Entrepreneur Spotlight event were: " Greene Street Pharmaceuticals LLC  Led by Founder and CEO Frank Jones, Greene Street specializes in the formulation and development of abuse deterrent opioid transdermal delivery systems. They are creating patches that release and regulate controlled substance pain killers. " Iminovir, LLC  An early stage company led by CEO Michael F. Thomas, Iminovir is working on compounds called IminovirsTM that have therapeutic potential for the management of influenza viruses that can infect people. " KannaLife  A bio-pharmaceutical and phyto-medical company led by CEO Dean Petkanas, KannaLife is developing cannabinoids, a group of active, non-hallucinogenic compounds found in marijuana, for medical use. " Makindus  Founder and CEO Manohar Katakam, Ph.D., of Makindus is developing a formula to treat juvenile macular degeneration, a genetic eye disorder that causes progressive vision loss. " OrthogenRx  A late-stage product development company led by President and CEO Michael J. Daley, Ph.D., OrthogenRx focuses on the commercialization of generic Class III orthopedic medical devices to provide solutions for osteoarthritis, with a product already approved and for commercial sale. Photo caption: Barbara Schilberg (center), Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of BioAdvance, received the Baruch S. Blumberg Institutes 2016 Entrepreneur Champion Award at its annual Entrepreneur Spotlight event from Dr. Patrick Lam (left), Chair of the Entrepreneur Council at the Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center and principal with Lam Drug Discovery Consulting, LLC, and Dr. Timothy M. Block (right), president of the Blumberg Institute and the Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center of Bucks County. About the Baruch S. Blumberg Institute: The Baruch S. Blumberg Institute is an independent, nonprofit research institute established in 2003 by the Hepatitis B Foundation to conduct discovery research and nurture translational biotechnology in an environment conducive to interaction, collaboration and focus. It was renamed in 2013 to honor Baruch S. Blumberg, who won the Nobel Prize for his discovery of the hepatitis B virus and co-founded the Hepatitis B Foundation. To learn more, visit www.blumberginstitute.org. About the Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center: The Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center of Bucks County offers state-of-the-art laboratory and office space to nonprofit research companies and biotech companies. Created by a partnership between the Hepatitis B Foundation and Delaware Valley College and managed by the Blumberg Institute, the Center was funded in part by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The facility opened in 2006 in a formerly abandoned warehouse and has since grown to encompass 110,000 square feet on a 10-acre campus. To learn more, visit www.pabiotechbc.org.
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The Center for Neuropsychology & Counseling, PC
1243 Easton Road, Suite 203, Warrington
Phone: 215-491-1119     Website
Parent Group Starting Soon
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Furia Rubel Communications
2 Hidden Lane, Doylestown
Phone: 2153400480     Website
Tabor Childrens Services Names Laura Powers to Board of Directors
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Network Concepts, Inc.
326 N. Main St, Souderton
Phone: 215-723-3495     Website

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Furia Rubel Communications
2 Hidden Lane, Doylestown
Phone: 2153400480     Website
Williams Family Law Welcomes Attorney Melanie J. Wender
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Furia Rubel Communications
2 Hidden Lane, Doylestown
Phone: 2153400480     Website
Penn Community Bank gives boost to Pennridge Community Day
A day filled with laughter, fun and fireworks again has been given a boost that will help organizers ensure that Pennridge Community Day is a continued success, as it has been for more than 40 years. As part of its ongoing pledge to support local community organizations, Penn Community Bank, Bucks Countys leading independent, mutual financial organization, has donated $5,000 to support the 44th Annual Pennridge Community Day, to be held on July 10 in Perkasies Lenape Park. The bank has donated money to support the events fireworks display for many years, through its predecessor bank, First Savings Bank of Perkasie. Community Day is such a big part of summer in the Pennridge area, said Penn Community Bank Chief Relationship Officer Todd Hurley. We are proud to join the many businesses and community groups that come together to ensure that this annual tradition continues to offer a day of family fun for our friends and neighbors at minimal cost. The donation to Pennridge Community Day marks the second time in recent weeks that Penn Community Bank has supported the Pennridge area. This spring, the bank became the official sponsor of the scoreboard at Pennridge High Schools multi-sport facility, Helman Field, fulfilling a commitment that had been made to the school district by its forerunner, First Savings Bank of Perkasie. Pennridge Community Day will begin at noon and run through 6 p.m., followed by fireworks at dusk; rain date for the event is July 17. For more information, visit www.pennridgecommunityday.org. PHOTO CAPTION: Todd Hurley, Chief Relationship Officer of Penn Community Bank, presents a check for $5,000 to Thomas Skiffington, RE/MAX Realtor and president of Pennridge Community Day. The donation will help to support the free day of family fun in Perkasies Lenape Park. About Penn Community Bank: PennCommunityBank.com holds more than $1.8 billion in assets and employs more than 300 people at 22 bank branches and two administrative centers throughout Bucks County, Pennsylvania. As an independent, mutual financial institution, Penn Community Bank is not publicly traded and operates with its long-term mission in mind: to help businesses grow and prosper, to support individuals and families throughout their lifetimes, to strengthen the local economy, and to partner with local organizations to act as a catalyst for positive growth in every market it serves.
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Furia Rubel Communications
2 Hidden Lane, Doylestown
Phone: 2153400480     Website
Furia Rubel Chief Marketing Officer to Present Social Media Ethics Program for Pennsylvania Bar Institute
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Furia Rubel Communications
2 Hidden Lane, Doylestown
Phone: 2153400480     Website
Furia Rubel Communications Hires Karen Preston-Loeb as Project Manager
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Furia Rubel Communications
2 Hidden Lane, Doylestown
Phone: 2153400480     Website
Jeane M. Coyle Honored by United Way of Bucks County for Community Service
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Furia Rubel Communications
2 Hidden Lane, Doylestown
Phone: 2153400480     Website
Furia Rubel Executives to Present Social Media Strategy Program Sponsored by Catalyst Center for Nonprofit Management
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Furia Rubel Communications
2 Hidden Lane, Doylestown
Phone: 2153400480     Website
Philadelphia is 'Making the Link' Between Viral Hepatitis and Liver Cancer
More than 80 representatives of the Hepatitis B Foundation, Hepatitis C Allies of Philadelphia, Hep B United Philadelphia, and the Prevent Cancer Foundation held an event on National Hepatitis Testing Day outside of Philadelphia City Hall to raise awareness of the silent epidemic in the city of viral hepatitis, the leading cause of liver cancer. Foundation leaders and the citywide coalition they created, Hep B United Philadelphia, helped organize the press conference to urge city leaders to support increased testing and treatment for hepatitis B and hepatitis C in Philadelphias at-risk populations in order to prevent disease and death from liver cancer, which is the second deadliest cancer. Hepatitis B and C viruses are serious public health concerns. An estimated 5 million Americans and 65,000 Philadelphians are living with these viruses, which are leading causes of liver cancer and the most common reason for liver transplants, Philadelphia Councilwoman Cindy Bass said at the press conference. Bass represents the 8th Council District in Northwest Philadelphia. And most people living with hepatitis B and C are not aware of their infection. Philadelphia City Councilman-at-large David Oh presented the group with a City Council Resolution expressing support of increased attention to viral hepatitis infection and its consequences, the most significant of which is liver cancer. While rates of other cancers are declining, the rate of liver cancer is increasing in the United States. A little known fact is that liver cancers 5-year survival rate is less than 12 percent. Making the link between chronic viral hepatitis and liver cancer is essential to saving lives. While the Hepatitis B Foundation is supporting research into treatment for hepatitis B infection, we also are doing everything we can to call for increased screening, education and access to life-saving care for Philadelphia residents, said Chari Cohen, DrPH, MPH, Director of Public Health for the Hepatitis B Foundation. Also in attendance at the event were former Philadelphia City Health Commissioner and Hepatitis B Foundation board member Dr. Walter Tsou; Dr. HieWon Hann, Professor of Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital; Dr. Edith Mitchell, Professor of Medical Oncology at Thomas Jefferson University; Dr. Carolyn Johnson, Philadelphia Acting Deputy Health Commissioner and Director of the Division of Disease Control of the Philadelphia Department of Health; Carolyn Aldigé, President and Founder, Prevent Cancer Foundation; Dr. Philip Siu, Medical Director, Chinatown Medical Services; and Jin Yun Yang, a Philadelphia resident who shared the story of her personal journey with chronic hepatitis B infection. Philadelphia is closely linked to the discovery of and efforts to combat the hepatitis B virus. The late Dr. Baruch Blumberg was at Fox Chase Cancer Center in 1967 when he identified the hepatitis B virus, for which he won the Nobel Prize in Medicine. He also co-invented the vaccine for hepatitis B, which is manufactured by two companies, Merck and GlaxoSmithKline, both headquartered in the Philadelphia region. The first animal that was discovered to be most useful in studying hepatitis B was a groundhog living at the Philadelphia Zoo, and the only national nonprofit organization dedicated to finding a cure for hepatitis B, the Hepatitis B Foundation, was established just outside Philadelphia. Photo caption: (from left) O'Liver, the mascot of the Hepatitis B Foundation, stands with Philadelphia City Councilman-at-large David Oh, Dr. Cataldo Doria, professor and liver transplant surgeon at Thomas Jefferson University, Dr. Edith Mitchell, Professor of Medical Oncology at Thomas Jefferson University, Lou Kassa, Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center Chief Operating Officer, Dr. Hie-Won Hann, Professor of Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, and Dr. Timothy Block, president of the PA Biotech Center, the Hepatitis B Foundation and the Baruch S. Blumberg Institute during an event at Philadelphia City Hall to urge Philadelphia city leaders to help decrease liver cancer rates by making chronic viral hepatitis testing and treatment a local priority. About the Hepatitis B Foundation: The Hepatitis B Foundation is the nations leading nonprofit organization solely dedicated to finding a cure for hepatitis B and improving the quality of life for those affected worldwide through research, education and patient advocacy. To learn more, go to http://www.hepb.org, read our blog at http://wp.hepb.org, follow us on Twitter @HepBFoundation, find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/hepbfoundation or call 215-489-4900.
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PSI Personnel LLC
252 W Swamp Road, Doylestown
Phone: 215-345-6778     Website
Part-Time Bookkeeper: Perkasie, PA
Our client located in Perkasie, PA is currently seeking a Part-Time Bookkeeper to join their company. The position is 21 hours/per week (M-W-F) March-December, and 14 hours December-March. Responsibilities: Enter hours for 7 pay rolled employees into Quick Books Federal, Quarterly and Annual Reporting Meet with Accountant annually regarding taxes Prepare estimates from verbal dictation. (Do not need to have dictation skills) Mail invoices Enter accounts payable Bank reconciliations Qualifications: Experience with Quick Books Pro 2014 MS Office Word, Excel, Outlook 2013 Bank Reconciliations Invoicing Federal, Quarterly and Annual Tax Reporting Strong communication and reporting experience General office administrative experience Job Type: Part-time Salary: $18.00 /hour Job Location: Perkasie, PA Required experience: Bookkeeping: 5 years Quick Books: 2 years Required education: Associate

Furia Rubel Communications
2 Hidden Lane, Doylestown
Phone: 2153400480     Website
Furia Rubel Certified by Womens Business Enterprise Council for 10th Year
Furia Rubel Communications, Inc. (www.furiarubel.com), an award-winning strategic marketing and public relations agency, has received national certification for the tenth year as a Woman-Owned Business by the Womens Business Enterprise Council PA-DE-sNJ, a regional certifying partner of the Womens Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). By including woman-owned businesses among their vendors, corporations and government agencies demonstrate their dedication to fostering inclusion and continued development of their supplier and vendor diversity programs. WBENCs national standard of certification includes an in-depth review of the business and is designed to confirm the business remains at least 51 percent owned, operated and controlled by a woman or women. Founded in 2002 by Gina F. Rubel, a third-generation attorney, Furia Rubel Communications is a full-service marketing and public relations agency located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The agency serves a diverse roster of clients, including law firms, banks, educational institutions, financial service providers, technology companies, health care, senior living and behavioral health service providers, nonprofits, government agencies and more. Furia Rubel consistently is listed among top marketing, branding, website and PR firms in the Philadelphia area by the Philadelphia Business Journal and The Legal Intelligencer, which has ranked the agency as the No. 1 Legal Public Relations and Legal Marketing firm every year since the surveys inception. The Womens Business Enterprise National Council is the nations largest third party certifier of businesses owned and operated by women in the United States. WBENC is a resource for the more than 700 US companies and government agencies that rely on WBENCs certification as an integral part of their supplier diversity programs. Furia Rubel Communications, Inc. is an integrated and strategic marketing and public relations agency based in Bucks County, Pa. The certified woman-owned agency provides strategic planning, marketing, public relations, media relations, graphic design, website design, blog production and social media services to a wide array of professional clients. Furia Rubel represents law firms, banks, technology companies, educational organizations, accounting firms, nonprofits, municipalities, and manufacturing, behavioral health and elder care organizations. For more information, visit www.furiarubel.com, follow on Twitter at @FuriaRubel or subscribe to the blog at ThePRLawyer.com.
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Furia Rubel Communications
2 Hidden Lane, Doylestown
Phone: 2153400480     Website
Penn Community Bank to Sponsor Women in Business Scholarship Dinner
Penn Community Bank, Bucks Countys leading independent, mutual financial organization, is proud to help sponsor the 2016 Women in Business Scholarship Dinner, to be held June 9 at Spring Mill Manor in Ivyland. The annual scholarship dinner is a program of the Women in Business Committee of the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce. The annual evening includes networking, dinner, and the presentation of scholarships to women over the age of 25 who are furthering their education to re-enter the job market or to make a career change. It can be difficult for mature women to return to the workforce or to shift careers later in life, said Penn Community Bank President and CEO Jeane M. Coyle. Penn Community Bank is proud to support the Women in Business scholarship program to enable Bucks County women to access the education and job training they need to succeed in securing economic advancement and stability for themselves and their families. The largest committee of the Central Bucks Chamber, the Women in Business committee accepts applications for the scholarships throughout the year and raises money to fund the scholarships through its annual Gourmet Getaway. The 2016 scholarship dinner will be held Thursday, June 9, from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Spring Mill Manor, 171 Jacksonville Rd., Ivyland, PA. To register, click here. About Penn Community Bank: Created in 2015 by the unification of long-standing community banks First Federal of Bucks County and First Savings Bank of Perkasie, Penn Community Bank holds more than $1.8 billion in assets and employs more than 300 people at 22 bank branches and two administrative centers throughout Bucks County. As an independent, mutual financial institution, Penn Community Bank is not publicly traded and operates with its long-term mission in mind: to help businesses grow and prosper, to support individuals and families throughout their lifetimes, to strengthen the local economy, and to partner with local organizations to act as a catalyst for positive growth in every market it serves.
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Furia Rubel Communications
2 Hidden Lane, Doylestown
Phone: 2153400480     Website
8 High Swartz Attorneys Named Among PA Super Lawyers and Rising Stars
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Furia Rubel Communications
2 Hidden Lane, Doylestown
Phone: 2153400480     Website
Pennridge Schools Get Boost from Penn Community Bank
Anyone attending a spring track meet or a fall football game at Pennridge High Schools Helman Field will notice a fresh addition to the fields scoreboard: the new logo of Penn Community Bank, Bucks Countys leading independent, mutual financial organization. Penn Community Bank is sponsoring the scoreboard, fulfilling a commitment made by one of its two predecessor banks, First Savings Bank of Perkasie, last year. A wrap bearing the banks logo recently was installed on the scoreboard so that the display would be ready for spring sporting events. Todd Hurley, Penn Community Banks Chief Relationship Officer and Executive Director of the Penn Community Foundation, recently joined Pennridge school district officials Dr. Troy Price and Dr. Bruce Bovard to mark the signs installation. Price is Director of Administration and the cabinet member who leads Pennridges Rams on the Ridge fundraising campaign, while Bovard, who has retired as the districts assistant superintendent, was in charge of the fundraising effort when the bank originally committed to the sponsorship. A veteran employee of what is now Penn Community Bank, Hurley also is a longtime resident of Perkasie and a graduate of Pennridge High School, class of 1983. One year later, he started working at First Savings Bank of Perkasie and returned to work there after graduating from Shippensburg University. When the team members at Penn Community Bank say we are committed to our communities, we mean it, said Hurley. We have been a part of Perkasie and the Pennridge area for decades, and we look forward to supporting positive community growth for many decades to come. Formed in 2015 by the unification of First Savings and First Federal of Bucks County, Penn Community Bank is Bucks Countys leading independent, mutual financial organization. On May 1, 2016 the bank appointed Hurley to head its newly launched Penn Community Foundation, representing the bank to the community and the organizations it supports through volunteerism and with financial donations. Penn Community Bank has pledged to donate up to 5 percent of its net earnings to charity, and has been recognized by publications, including the Philadelphia Business Journal, for its corporate giving programs. As one of its first official acts, the Penn Community Foundation donated $40,000 to the Pennridge School District for the scoreboard sponsorship opportunity. To learn more, visit PennCommunityBank.com. PHOTO CAPTION: Todd Hurley (center), Penn Community Banks Chief Relationship Officer and Executive Director of the Penn Community Foundation, joined Pennridge School District officials Dr. Troy Price, (left), and Dr. Bruce Bovard, (right), to mark installation of Penn Community Banks logo on the scoreboard at Pennridge High Schools Helman Field, part of the banks sponsorship of the school district. About Penn Community Bank: Created in 2015 by the unification of long-standing community banks First Federal of Bucks County and First Savings Bank of Perkasie, Penn Community Bank holds more than $1.8 billion in assets and employs more than 300 people at 22 bank branches and two administrative centers throughout Bucks County. As an independent, mutual financial institution, Penn Community Bank is not publicly traded and operates with its long-term mission in mind: to help businesses grow and prosper, to support individuals and families throughout their lifetimes, to strengthen the local economy, and to partner with local organizations to act as a catalyst for positive growth in every market it serves.

Furia Rubel Communications
2 Hidden Lane, Doylestown
Phone: 2153400480     Website
Penn Community Insurance Joins Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of Pennsylvania to Launch New Chapter
Penn Community Insurance, a subsidiary of Penn Community Bank, Bucks Countys leading independent, mutual financial organization, is pleased to announce that it is joining with the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of Pennsylvania (AASP), to found a new chapter of the association in Bucks County. Chapter 30 of AASP will be headquartered in Perkasie, Pennsylvania and will launch May 2, 2016. The chapter is expected to attract 90 members, including auto repair, auto body, detail shops and used car dealers. Penn Community Insurance President Robert S. Bowen, Jr. will be the chapters insurance chair. Penn Community Insurance is proud to partner with AASP to help expand the organization into Bucks County, said Bowen. We are looking forward to being a valuable resource for auto-focused businesses and groups in our region. As chair, Bowen will provide insurance counsel to the group while making quarterly presentations on relevant topics such as garage keepers legal liability, garage liability, workers compensation and excess liability. The chapter will assist members with legislative issues, and also will offer to members the ability to insure their businesses through Penn Community Insurance and the exclusive AASP insurance carriers. Bowen began his career in the property and casualty insurance industry in 1985. An accredited insurance advisor and a member of the Northeastern Insurance Association, Bowen is a key leadership member at Penn Community Bank and oversees all aspects of the insurance division. About Penn Community Bank: Created in 2015 by the unification of long-standing community banks First Federal of Bucks County and First Savings Bank of Perkasie, PennCommunityBank.com holds more than $1.8 billion in assets and employs more than 300 people at 22 bank branches and two administrative centers throughout Bucks County. As an independent, mutual financial institution, Penn Community Bank is not publicly traded and operates with its long-term mission in mind: to help businesses grow and prosper, to support individuals and families throughout their lifetimes, to strengthen the local economy, and to partner with local organizations to act as a catalyst for positive growth in every market it serves.
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Zlock & Coverdale, P.C.
123 N. Broad Street, Doylestown
Phone: (215) 968-1800     Website
Kevin Zlock, a Family and Divorce Lawyer, Receives the 2015 Humanitarian Award Presented by the Ted Lindeman Outreach Foundation.
Kevin Zlock, a Newtown resident and owner of Zlock & Coverdale, P.C., a full service divorce and family law firm located in Doylestown and Newtown, PA, was a recipient of the 2015 Humanitarian Award presented by the Ted Lindeman Outreach Foundation. Mr. Zlock was one of five honorees. Mr. Zlock was recognized for establishing the Kevin and Sima Zlock Performing Arts Center at Bucks County Community College and for his dedication to other organizations such as Bucks for Kids, Child Crisis Center, Children's Cancer Research Coalition and Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. He was also recognized for his support of education through endowments, awards and scholarships to assist veterans, individuals with disabilities and others who attend Bucks County Community College or Princeton Day School.

PSI Personnel, LLC
252 W Swamp Road, #29, Doylestown
Phone: 215-345-6778     Website
New Job Opportunity! Administrative Sales Assistant
Our client located in Montgomeryville , PA, is seeking a dynamic, energetic Administrative Sales Assistant to join their team! Personality is key! This is a FULL TIME/ DIRECT HIRE opportunity in New Britain PA! Responsibilities: Answer/direct phone calls & take accurate messages Performs exceptional customer service to both prospective/current clients Create and maintain supporting sales documents, proposals, client files, and staff meeting presentations Monitoring sales progress in MS Excel; and generate status reports. Generate sales reports as requested Maintain accurate client records in database on a daily basis Maintain weekly/monthly sales expenses. Assemble receipts and related documentation Provide administrative & sales support for all branch locations Meeting coordination  liaise with Manager-Administrative Services for Sales Meetings &/or Events. Create presentations for staff meetings using MS PowerPoint Maintain both VPs and Sales Team calendars Social media and PR coordination using LinkedIn, FB, and Twitter. Skills: Professional demeanor and presentation. Strong communication and organizational skills Outgoing, energized personality. Team-player! Great positive work ethic with a greatcan-do attitude. Professional and friendly phone demeanor Must be comfortable with public speaking/presentations. Strong editing and writing skills. Experience is logistics is a plus Experience writing sales marketing materials a plus. Proficient computer skills with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Internet research, Social Media, and CRM. Associates or Bachelors degree in Business, marketing is preferred Minimum 3 years experience in a sales support or assistant role. Salary: $35K - $ 41K Job Type: Full-time Local candidates only: Montgomeryville, PA Required experience: Administrative/Sales support: 3 years Required education: Associate

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