It all started in 2009 as a way to unwind from their full-time obligations: Theresa Viggiano was studying medical sociology and Patrick Leger was working for Giverny Capital Advisors, when he suggested tinkering with his mother's ketchup recipe.Read More »
Comedian and Chester resident Jim Breuer uses his official Facebook page as a platform to engage with his fans, offering Q&As, quick updates and short videos he takes while on the road or around town.Read More »
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TOP 100 NFI feels diversifying its services will help already successful family company dramatically increase results
In today's globalized economy, there's always something to be said for a family-run company.
There's even more to be said when that company has been in business for more than 80 years, spanning three generations, and is still growing strong under the same family name.
As CEO of one of the largest hose manufacturers in the country, Miguel Nistal wants to make his message clear.
“Water is our most precious resource and is especially scarce in today's world,” Nistal said. “Whether you live in the
Northeast or the Southwest, you're affected by water and the need to use less of it.”