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COVID-19 Recovery & Resiliency Task Force partners help small businesses grow online presence to support their operations

CAN DO and CAN BE, along with the Greater Hazleton Chamber of Commerce and other members of the Greater Hazleton COVID-19 Recovery & Resiliency Task Force, are helping small businesses across Greater Hazleton receive free assistance to either establish or increase their online presence as they respond to challenges faced in light of Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 mitigation efforts.

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Ryan Robinson, of CAN BE tenant IntelliGreen, wins Chamber Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award

Jocelyn Sterenchock and Ryan RobinsonJocelyn Sterenchock and Ryan Robinson(Hazleton, PA – November 20, 2020) – IntelliGreen Managing Partner and Vice President of Sales and Marketing Ryan Robinson received the Greater Hazleton Chamber of Commerce Young Entrepreneur of the Year award during the Chamber’s virtual Business and Community Awards program. CAN BE, an equal opportunity provider, sponsors the annual award, which promotes the development of future business owners and operators within Greater Hazleton.

Robinson, said, “As a Managing Partner and VP of Sales and Marketing for both IntelliGreen and American Eagle Solutions, my roles and responsibility surround expanding our product lines and offerings to achieve a national presence in smart building technology and energy efficiency.”

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CAN DO teams up with task force partners to help small businesses recover from COVID-19

CAN DO, along with its entrepreneurial development arm, CAN BE, is partnering with fellow members of Greater Hazleton's Recovery & Resiliencey Task Force to help small businesses recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Greater Hazleton Chamber of Commerce recently announced that it was awarded more than $240,000 in grant funding from Luzerne County to undertake economic development initiatives designed to help small businesses recover from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and also spur the local economy. The funds are part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding the County received from the state, and complements other initiatives being undertaken by the Greater Wilkes Barre Chamber and its partners.

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