Less than two-thousand dollars is all it took for James Stauffer Herr to break into the potato chip business. He was 21 years-old, and the year was 1947. Today, their line of snacks includes pretzels, tortilla chips, cheese curls, popcorn, crackers, and more.
(VIDEO) In recent political news headlines: Bob Guzzardi will stay on the Republican primary ballot for now, Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams looks into reopening the sting operation case that Attorney General Kathleen Kane dropped, the public comment period for Healthy PA is over, negotiations between Gov. Tom Corbett and the federal government should begin this month, and we’ll have even more. Maura Pennington of PA Independent, Steve Esack of The Morning Call, and Karen Langley of the Pitt Post-Gazette will discuss these topics with our host, Brian Lockman.
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(VIDEO) Tony May, a partner at Triad Strategies, and Chris Bravacos, President & CEO of the Bravo Group will be on to discuss the Governor’s Race, and specifically their TV ad campaigns. Some of the topics discussed will be their marketing strategies, how to influence viewers, creating a candidates image, and more.
(VIDEO) Focus on Aging Adults will take a look at what transportation options are available to seniors to help them continue to get around their communities for their daily activities.