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In February, CAN DO unveiled its redesigned Web site,

“We have worked very hard to make sure provides the most critical information that brokers, site selectors and companies look for when they’re searching for a new location for their client or business,” said CAN DO Vice President of Sales and Marketing Joseph Lettiere. “While we’re proud of the old site, we think visitors to our new site will find it to be easier to navigate, easier to read, and more informative than ever before.”

Visitors can learn more about the various industry clusters and partnerships in CAN DO parks and Greater Hazleton, including the burgeoning food service industry, plastics industry, distribution and logistics cluster and back office/business continuity cluster.

“We often hear from companies in these clusters about the advantages of the Hazleton area, such as our strategic location, competitive operating environment and highly rated workforce,” Lettiere said. “We are working hard to continue to bring similar companies to the area.”

The new now features additional demographic and labor statistics, including detailed information regarding the area’s population, educational programs, wage rates, commute times and more. The demographic information also includes retail-specific details for Humboldt Station, CAN DO’s commercial property at Interstate 81 and State Route 924.

Professional site selectors, brokers and agents: Get more information! Register with CAN DO for a complete packet of all labor and demographic statistics. (Your privacy is assured. We will never sell or share your personal information.)

A special feature of the new site is the ability for visitors to register. By registering, users have access to more detailed demographic and statistical information. In the future, other downloads and pages, such as an FTP site, will be available to those users.

The new Web site includes additional information related to CAN DO’s parks, such as details about the parks’ infrastructure, park maps and a featured property page. The site also includes an information center with downloads available on specific items pertaining to the park. The searchable property database is still a valuable part of the site and can still be used to find available inventory in Greater Hazleton.

“While we’re proud of the work we’ve done, we at CAN DO want to continue to improve upon the information available to brokers, site selectors and companies to help make their jobs easier when looking for a new location,” Lettiere said.

“Despite the difficult economic times, we are looking toward future job creation opportunities and new land for development. We are working with developers to fill the existing speculative buildings with the hope of spawning further investment in the Hazleton area. And we are continuing to upgrade our infrastructure in all of our parks for new and existing businesses. The redesigned Web site illustrates just another way CAN DO acts a resource for economic development projects in Hazleton.”