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Refreshing USA, an Everett, Washington-based workplace refreshment business, has purchased a two-acre parcel in York County for $1,189,503 from John Tyler Investment Group, LTD. Additional Info...
The Peninsula Home-Based Business Network is excited to announce that T-Mobile has joined as a sponsor for the 2021 Home-Based Business Virtual Lunch & Learn Series and Annual Conference. Read the Press Release
Amish Custom Furniture has returned to town. After leaving in 2017, Leslie Strubel has opened a new store at 6610-V Mooretown Road in the Victory Village Shopping Center in York County and is in the midst of his grand opening. Read the Article
Make way, Yorktown! There’s a new business on the block that is sure to be your dog’s new favorite spot. And it’s called Gangsta Dog. Gangsta Dog was started by Gary and Laura Hughes, two big pup enthusiasts who have four dogs of their own. Read the Article
The first set of finalists for the 2021 Start Peninsula were announced following an online micro pitch competition. The finalists were C.A.S.S.I.E., Green Light and Pocket Properties App. In total, nine pitchers participated. Read the Press Release
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Discover York County BusinessesCheck out these 2020 articles and more on the Featured Businesses page.