Wednesday, September 19, 2012
The insurance firm will still remain in its Twinsburg office.
Chapman & Chapman, an employee benefits insurance firm in Twinsburg, announced Tuesday that it will merge with PJ Amos & Associates, of Sheffield Village. The 2307 E. Aurora Rd. business will stay where it is, but will join with PJ Amos, a wealth management service provider, according to a press release. Chapman & Chapman has been providing insurance and employee benefit services to corporate and individual clients for over 125 years. “We are delighted to acquire the talents within PJ Amos & Associates,” Walter Chapman, CEO of Chapman & Chapman, said. According to the company, the combined organizations will serve 350 individual clients and over 250 corporate clients throughout the region.
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Sources from corporate headquarters and the city confirmed the store is closed
The Twinsburg True Value at 10735 Ravenna Road has closed, according to several sources. Christine Taylor, a spokesperson for the True Value corporation said the business was "indeed closed" on Wednesday. She was unable to provide more information because the store is privately owned by Dennis Mulhern. Twinsburg Patch was unable to contact Mulhern on Wednesday. He also owns another True Value store in Windham. Larry Finch, Twinsburg's director of community planning and development, said the store's lease had been terminated. Twinsburg Patch will continue to update you on this story as more details become available.
Friday, April 6, 2012
The company -- a box and bag producer -- will close it's doors later this year
Monday, April 2, 2012
The company is moving 18 jobs to Case Parkway by month's end
The FD Johnson Company announced Monday that it is moving into a new location at 1933 Case Parkway North in Twinsburg, according to a press release. The company, which provides high quality centralized lubrication systems, pumps, and services in the machine industry, purchased a 14,000 square foot building in the city and plans to open on April 30. FD Johnson has been part of the Cleveland landscape since 1933 and chose Twinsburg in order to remain centrally located for its 18 employees. “We looked at several cities that offered us leasing opportunities, but ultimately purchasing the building in Twinsburg turned out to be the best decision for us,” said Chip Hautala, FD Johnson Company CIO/CFO, in a press release. “We are pleased with the …
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Business owners with claimed listings can update photos and other information on the site.
Do you own a business in Twinsburg? You may already know that Twinsburg Patch has a comprehensive directory with listings for the businesses in town, but you may not know that you can take control of your listing. That’s right—we want you to claim your listing and make it your own. Business owners who claim their listings can add additional details and post new photos. You can also update some of the existing information on your page. For example, if your hours have changed or you’ve expanded the services you offer, you can change it right away if you’ve claimed your listing. And once you have a Patch account, you can also post events, announcements and classifieds. To claim your listing, click the "Places" tab and find your business. Once…
Saturday, January 21, 2012
Sen. Frank LaRose talks about how to create jobs and help businesses
With 2012 under way, lawmakers have returned to Columbus committed to building on the recovery and reform measures of 2011. Last year saw new, innovative approaches to job creation and a renewed effort to put the ‘Open for Business’ sign back on Ohio's front door. While Ohio has embarked on a road to recovery, many challenges remain. I embrace the hard work that is needed as we all strive together, to rebuild our great state. Ohio’s small business people and entrepreneurs know all too well that bureaucratic red tape and over-regulation have been main culprits in driving jobs away from the Buckeye State in recent years. Far too many of our communities have taken the hit as families have moved away in order to find work and gain greater …