Officials from Hydrodynamics pose inside the company’s new building with representatives from agencies that assisted the company with obtaining small business funding for an expansion. From left are, Aaron Popiak of Hydrodynamics; Jim Montone, Hazle Township supervisor; Kenny Savateri, Tracy Clark and David Popiak of Hydrodynamics; Jim Kelshaw, CAN DO Director of Economic Development & Entrepreneurship; David Nat of the NEPA Alliance, and Attorney Chris Slusser.
The Slusser Law firm recently assisted a small business owner with his acquisition of low interest loans and the purchase of new headquarters in Hazle Township.
The firm represented David Popiak, owner of Hydrodynamics which was founded in 1994, in his acquisition of a 5,500 square-foot facility in the Milnesville section of Hazle Township.
Through the assistance of the CAN DO finance department, Popiak secured a $56,250 low-interest loan from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development and an additional $56,250 in low-interest funding through the Economic Development Administration.
Hydrodynamics is a plumbing and heating contractor.
As part of its commitment to Greater Hazleton, the Slusser Law Firm recently made a donation to a local 5K/10K race.
The firm served as a sponsor for the inaugural Hazleton Town and Trail 5K/10K Race, contributing a $500 Social Responsibility Sponsorship. The 5K/10K race was held on Saturday, October 18, with runners and walkers beginning and ending at the trailhead of the Greater Hazleton Rails to Trails. Participants in the 5K Run/Walk headed out and back on the rail-trail to the Dreck Creek Reservoir. Participants in the 10K run followed Broad Street to the downtown core and then looped twice along Laurel and Wyoming Streets before heading back to the finish line.
Proceeds from the event benefit the Greater Hazleton Area Civic Partnership, Greater Hazleton YMCA/YWCA and Hazleton POWER.
Participating in the check presentation are, from left: Bob Skulsky, executive director, Greater Hazleton Area Civic Partnership; Attorney Chris Slusser, The Slusser Law Firm; Mark Rakhmilevich, AmeriCorps OSM/VISTA, Greater Hazleton Area Civic Partnership; and Robert Kotansky, interim CEO, Greater Hazleton YMCA/YWCA.
Motorcyclists from twenty-five motorcycle clubs throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania participated in a 55-mile charity ride to benefit local children from low income families this past weekend. This is the third year for the event that is organized by the Federation of Clubs and sponsored in part by the Slusser Law Firm.
Each rider brought a toy or toys that will be wrapped and delivered along with clothing from volunteers to nearly 180 3 ½- to 5-year-old children at the Wilkes-Barre YMCA’s nursery school and daycare programs at a party on December 6.
“This is the third year for this event which we do as an organization,” Attorney Chris Slusser said. “This program helps a lot of families, and I’m very happy to be a part of it.”
Attorney Slusser not only sponsored the event and organized the toy run, but rode in it as well.
To read more about this event in the Times-Leader, visit http://timesleader.com/article/20141018/news/310189900.
The Slusser Law Firm announced the settlement of a wrongful death case for the sum of $700,000.
A local man died as the result of an automobile accident that happened when his friend was driving him home.
The victim left behind a wife and child, who turned to the Slusser Law Firm for help dealing with the aftermath of this crisis.
Successfully coordinating settlements with several insurance companies, Attorney Christopher B. Slusser coordinated a settlement worth $700,000 to help pay for expenses and care for the minor child who was left without her father.