As our business and consumer markets continue to grow and become more diverse, so must our strategy for providing the best service to all our consumers. As our company continues to expand, so does our geographical footprint. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, continues to serve as our corporate headquarters, with other offices across Pennsylvania and reaching into West Virginia and Delaware.
Below is a full list of our offices and locations:
Pittsburgh is a city rich in opportunity. From the cultural district to the sports stadiums to the large research universities, the city attracts people from all over the world. Pittsburgh has received many notable recognitions including "Most Livable City," "Top 10 Places for a Young Professional," "Most Livable Bargain Markets," "Top City of the Future," "Best City to Relocate," "Best Place to Raise a Family" and "Most Generous City."
The heart of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania exists in central Pensylvania. With the urban renaissance occurring in Harrisburg, visitors to the region experience cultural events and eclectic restaurants, but the down-home country experience is a quick trip away. Here, visitors learn about the rich history of the area while enjoying an environment where nature lovers thrive in coexistence with sports fans and high-tech companies. With direct access to New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C., central Pennsylvania has something to offer everyone.
Located in the central eastern part of Pennsylvania, the Lehigh Valley has the urban qualities of a healthy and diverse environment while offering a small-town feel with its many cultural events and educational institutions. With New York City and Philadelphia directly accessible to this area, visitors can choose to experience the 'big city' feeling by day and rest quietly in their small town at night.
Pennsylvania's only Great Lake port city offers large city attractions in a setting of natural beauty. The city's residents offer a strong work ethic, and the recent growth in the economy make this city's future quite bright. The primetime for growth is now, with direct access to many large U.S. cities as well as large cities in Canada.
Johnstown is considered one of the most livable regions in the country. The Greater Johnstown area is an area with a diversified economic base. With access to highways, rails and flight paths, Johnstown residents have the ability to experience life both in the comfort of the small town and also in a thriving metropolis in one of the close major cities. With the backdrop of four distinct seasons, Johnstown attracts many to its opportunities in the areas of technology, education, blue collar, sports and nature.
In addition to being known as the "birthplace of little league," Williamsport is wealthy with cultural experiences as well as a high quality of life. Located within reasonable distance to Philadelphia, New York City, Baltimore, Harrisburg and Washington DC, Williamsport attracts many to the area as visitors because of its sports events, cultural events, historical profile as well as its offerings for nature lovers.
West Virginia (Parkersburg/Wheeling/Charleston)
West Virginia prides itself on being able to offer a high quality of life and a low cost of living. The state has the highest homeownership percentage in the country, which is proof that the economy in West Virginia is stable. Charleston, dubbed "The Capital City," offers stable business and many cultural celebrations with a small-town feel. Wheeling, dubbed "The Nail City," is the birthplace of West Virginia. As Wheeling became the center of the nail industry, it paved the way for the city to have a highly technical infrastructure where many businesses thrive today.
Parkersburg is known historically as the "Savings Bond Capital of America," because of the location of the U.S. Treasury Department's Bureau of Public Debt. Parkersburg has recently been named one of the top 100 "Best Small Places for Business and Careers." It is home to an annual multicultural celebration, which appeals to its residents and guests with many historical traditions while introducing to its guests an international experience.
Wilmington is Delaware's largest city and is easily accessible to Philadelphia, New York City, Atlantic City, Washington, DC and the Delaware beach towns. Known as the "Corporate Capital," Wilmington offers benefits to corporations, which include a liberal tax structure, flexible and business-friendly corporation law and the Delaware Court of Chancery. The revitalized "Riverfront Wilmington" is an area that offers museums, shopping, dining, theatre and many more entertainment options.