VP Supply Corporation in Rochester, NY is a premier supplier of parts to industries ranging from plumbing, heating and air conditioning, kitchens and baths to renewable energy. VP Supply Corporation was purchased in March of 1965 by Marv Miler and Elliot Curwin as a single location wholesale plumbing supplier. In 1987, it moved to its current headquarters in The Design Center in Henrietta New York, where builders and contractors can come to purchase materials from multiple trade disciplines.
Over 50 Years of Quality
Go With the Best
Kimball Midwest’s roots go back almost 100 years, and it remains one of the most-recognized national distributors of products for maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) across the United States.
Global Reach with a Local Focus
Hawker Pacific Aerospace
Over more than half a century, Hawker Pacific Aerospace has established itself as a leading independent international maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) provider for Landing Gears. A wholly-owned subsidiary of Lufthansa Technik AG since 2002, Hawker Pacific has a multitude of advantages derived from the global footprint of Lufthansa Technik while providing exceptional local services from its California headquarters.
Good Taste with a Twist
Kolache Factory has taken an age old Czech delicacy and given it an American twist. Some of the traditional flavors still reside here, but imagination is what fuels this organization. We spoke with a very excited Director of Franchise Sales Aaron Nielsen and Vice President Dawn Nielsen.
Sustainable and Healthy
Ice River Springs
Established in 1995, Ice River Springs has grown significantly to become one of the largest water bottling companies in North America. A family-owned operation, Ice River Springs has been built upon the values of environmental stewardship, innovation and an ethical business model that offers consumers a high-quality and healthy bottled water beverage at a great value.
A True American Hometown
City of Kaysville, UT
Kaysville is a city in Davis County, Utah that was settled by Mormon pioneers. This city sits between Salt Lake and Ogden, but the country feel and small-town spirit are not hampered by its large neighbors. Rather, it has an optimal location with great outdoor recreational activities, a fantastic park system, access to education and training and a highly skilled workforce.
Four Seasons and Many Reasons to Choose Cottonwood Heights
City of Cottonwood Heights, UT
Cottonwood Heights is a full-service community with a great deal of potential. Many reasons draw businesses, residents and visitors to Utah’s newest city. Cottonwood Heights has created an environment in which business can thrive, that has an exceptional quality of life and has a clear vision for the future. All of this is tied together by the pristine natural beauty and convenience of the location.
America’s Fastest Growing Community
Cumming/Forsyth County, GA
Forsyth County, Georgia is in the midst of a population explosion. Located along the scenic shores of Lake Lanier, the affluent Atlanta suburb is one of the fastest growing areas in America…
Where the Future Looks Bright
City of Edgewater, FL
Located in southeast Volusia County, Edgewater is an IntraCoastal waterfront community, adjacent to the Indian River and the renowned Mosquito Lagoon with 21,000 acres of sports fishing paradise and a haven for nature tours. The lagoon is also the site for the Kennedy Space Center.
Laying the Foundations
Town of Erie, CO
Picture a sunrise in the mountains with clear skies and a host of multicolored hot air balloons dotting the area. What a beautifully serene way to start the day…
Rebranded and Redefined
The Village of Mundelein, IL
The Village of Mundelein packs a big punch for a community of its size. Rich in history and showing great promise for the future, Mundelein has rebranded and redefined itself. By leveraging its evolving economic base and fostering an exceptional quality of life, the village offers the services and amenities to support business, residents and visitors alike.
Bustling and Business-Friendly
Orange County, TX
According to local lore, Orange County, Texas acquired its name from native orange groves that attracted the attention of boatmen as they navigated the Sabine River, which marks the eastern boundary of the county. Today, Orange County is a bustling place of roughly 83,000 people located in southeastern Texas, right against the border with Louisiana. The county is renowned for chemical manufacturing, ship-building, fishing tournaments, ecotourism and an enviably low cost of living.
Best Rural County in Texas
Matagorda County, TX
The Matagorda County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC) is working hard to attract new industries and commercial businesses to county. The group also is working to expand the agriculture sector as well as established local businesses and tourist infrastructure.
Where Business & Technology Meets the Front Porch of the Texas Hill Country
Bulverde/Spring Branch EDF
When San Antonio began creeping north into the surrounding hill country, the rural residents of western Comal County decided to take action. The City of Bulverde—also known as the “Front Porch of the Texas Hill CountryTM”—incorporated as a City in the late 1990s and early 2000s to prevent San Antonio from annexing and encompassing the area…
A Resilient Texan County on the Move
Lamar County, TX
Lamar County, Texas has endured its share of natural disasters and always come back strong. In addition to resilient residents, the county—located in northern Texas against the border with Oklahoma—boasts a bustling agricultural and manufacturing sector. Lamar also features ample recreational opportunities. Paris, the county seat, has a 65-foot high replica of the Eiffel Tower in honor of the city’s namesake, but topped with a red cowboy hat.
A Texas Miracle
Sulphur Springs/Hopkins County
Hopkins County, which includes the town of Sulphur Springs, is a rural community located along the second busiest freight highway in the state of Texas, about halfway between Dallas and Arkansas. A positive business climate and strong economy—even throughout the recession—has made the community a prime example of the “Texas Miracle.”
A Slice of Americana
Gainesville, Texas combines small town living with all the amenities of the Dallas-Fort Worth area. “It is a great place to raise a family,” says Arleene Loyd, Director of Gainesville Economic Development Corporation (GEDC). You are out of the traffic jams in the major metropolitan areas, but you are close enough to enjoy those amenities.”
Where Opportunities Abound
‘Wide Open for Business’ pretty much says it all when considering the state of Texas’ unique offerings to the international market. Indeed, Texas is a national leader not only for creating one-quarter of all jobs in the United States since 2005 but for its ability to outshine the competition on many levels.
Building from a Solid Foundation
Jefferson County Development Council
Nestled in the unspoiled forests and scenic mountains of the Pennsylvania Wilds region, Jefferson County is a tourism mecca with a solid manufacturing base. “Overall, the largest industry in the county is manufacturing,” says Brad Lashinsky, Executive Director of Jefferson County Development Council. “It makes up 23.6 percent of our industry, which provides us a solid foundation on which to grow and operate.”
Exceptional Offerings through Thoughtful Development
Pike County, PA
There is a great deal to be said about Pike County, Pennsylvania, and there is even more to be experienced. Pike County is the birthplace of the American conservation movement; it is rich in history, bountiful in nature and offers a quality of life that is unmatched anywhere in the region.
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