Governor Wolf Announces Turn 14 Distribution Commits to Creation of 197 Jobs, Expands Headquarters in Montgomery County

first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Governor Wolf Announces Turn 14 Distribution Commits to Creation of 197 Jobs, Expands Headquarters in Montgomery County Economy,  Jobs That Pay,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf announced today that Turn 14 Distribution, Inc., a national wholesale distributor of performance aftermarket car parts, has relocated its corporate headquarters and expanded operations in Horsham Township, Montgomery County, a move that will create 197 new, full-time jobs.“Turn 14 is experiencing tremendous growth, and I am thrilled that Pennsylvania can continue to foster that success through the relocation of their headquarters in Montgomery County,” Governor Wolf said. “This company has coupled with Pennsylvania’s strategic location and infrastructure to establish a strong record of success that has now rendered the creation 197 new jobs.”Turn 14 Distribution has expanded its corporate headquarters and distribution operations after leasing a 162,000-square-foot facility on Tournament Drive, Horsham, near one of its existing distribution centers. Turn 14 Distribution is investing $3.9 million on the project and has also committed to creating 197 new, full-time jobs and retaining 96 existing positions statewide over the next three years.Turn 14 Distribution received a funding proposal from the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) that includes a $200,000 Pennsylvania First Program grant, $394,000 in Job Creation Tax Credits to be distributed upon creation of the new jobs, and $88,650 in WEDnetPA grant funding to train its workforce.“The opening of Turn 14 Distribution’s new Horsham, PA corporate office renews our commitment to our customers, employees, and partners as a Pennsylvania-based company with deep roots in the community,” Jon Pulli, chief executive officer of Turn 14 Distribution said. “This is another step in the realization of our goal to lead our industry in providing an atmosphere conducive to being the best.”The project was coordinated by the Governor’s Action Team, an experienced group of economic development professionals who report directly to the governor and work with businesses that are considering locating or expanding in Pennsylvania.Turn 14 Distribution, Inc. is a national wholesale distributor of performance aftermarket car parts with distribution facilities located in Pennsylvania and Nevada. Turn 14 Distribution’s name is derived from the historic Wisconsin race track, Elkhart Lake’s Road America.For more information on Turn 14 Distribution, Inc., visit more information about the Governor’s Action Team, visit Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: February 10, 2016last_img read more

Gbinije delivers consistently for Syracuse in 70-56 victory over Boston College

first_img Published on February 11, 2015 at 9:06 pm Contact Jacob: | @Jacob_Klinger_ CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. — The ball was safest in Michael Gbinije’s hands.In Trevor Cooney’s, it went up and off the rim. Give it to Rakeem Christmas, and a tired sequence of bumping, fouling and frustration was bound to ensue. And when Boston College had the ball, the Eagles were likely to put it out of bounds.But so often when Gbinije caught the ball, he began a charge that ended with celebration and the ball through the bottom of the net. The ball-handling forward led Syracuse (16-8, 7-4 Atlantic Coast) with 21 points, seven rebounds, four assists and four steals in a 70-56 win over Boston College (9-14, 1-10) in front of 5,476 at Conte Forum on Wednesday night.It was Gbinije’s third straight double-digit scoring game and SU’s easiest win since conference play began. It was a game with no bearing on any postseason and the Orange’s last against a team with a losing record, but one in which Gbinije said he felt like the best player on the floor.“I know personally that our season’s coming to an end sooner than the rest of the teams that we’re playing against,” Gbinije said. “And I think that gave us a little edge and definitely gave me a little edge to play hard.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textHis streak started when he hit the game-winning buzzer-beater against Virginia Tech in the Carrier Dome on Feb. 3.Whenever Gbinije’s received the ball since, he’s looked to the basket and has, largely, gotten there.With 11:28 left in the first half against the Eagles he blew past BC guard Aaron Brown down the left baseline, ducked under the hoop and finished right-handed with his back to the basket, giving the Orange a 12-11 lead.“It feels good,” Gbinije said. “My confidence is a little high.”Syracuse never gave that lead back. And for much of the game, there was no reason for Gbinije to give it back.Christmas was struggling with what Boeheim said was the most double teams the senior forward has faced this season. Cooney was clanking open 3s. If Gbinije wasn’t helping Kaleb Joseph push SU through its offense, he was taking two dribbles to the rim and full advantage of anything Boston College gave him.“People are not going to help because they’re going to stay with Rak,” Boeheim said. “So he’s going to get that lane to the basket. And he’s just played well. He’s really played well for a long time. He’s having a tremendous year.”After the Orange’s 83-77 loss to Pittsburgh on Saturday, Boeheim couldn’t decide if Gbinije was more dangerous initiating Syracuse’s offense or attacking from the wing. On Wednesday night, it didn’t matter.When SU went to its time-wasting offense with 2:10 left, Gbinije handled the ball at the top of the key. And when BC’s Garland Owens broke downcourt with 1:35 remaining in pursuit of a meaningless dunk, Gbinije reached around his right hip and knocked the ball away.It belonged to him, and with it, the game belonged to his team.Christmas was about four minutes removed from lobbing a hook shot off the left side of the backboard. Cooney was in the middle of statistically salvaging his performance with some late free throws, an open 3 and a runout layup.Gbinije was just finishing.“He’s playing as good as any player in the country,” assistant coach Mike Hopkins said, “and that helps everybody.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more