Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf toured web.com in the CAN DO Corporate Center on January 15 after it was announced earlier this month that the internet company would be reshoring 74 jobs from the Philippines to Drums, PA. The Governor spent time walking through the facility talking with customer support and web design employees and then held a press conference with media.
Humboldt Park Association members elected new officers during a meeting and facility tour at the American Eagle Outfitters Distribution Center in the Humboldt Industrial Park.
Brian Poveromo, senior facility and maintenance manager at American Eagle Outfitters, was elected Humboldt Park Association president for 2016 and Chuck Cresap of Simmons Bedding Company was selected as vice president. Treasurer Tracy Karchner of Karchner Logistics and secretary Nancy Stasko of CAN DO will retain their current positions.
Internet services company Web.com (NASDAQ: WEB) has announced that it is bringing 74 customer support and technical support jobs back to the United States from the Philippines and has chosen the CAN DO Corporate Center in Drums for its expansion.
The announcement came after months of talks between Web.com and the Governor’s Action Team, CAN DO and the PA CareerLink® Luzerne County. The collaboration between everyone involved and the universal support for the reshoring of these nearly 75 positions made this expansion in Drums possible.
Located directly along the I-81 corridor in Northeast Pennsylvania and just minutes from I-80, Greater Hazleton offers an ideal location, just two hours to New York City and Philadelphia and within a day's drive of half the nation's population.