Posts Tagged: Erie

History: Local Firm Buys Union Station

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As we celebrate our 20th year of business, we continue our walk down memory lane by sharing the following Erie Times-News newspaper clipping from October 31, 2003. The article is a nice complement to the Great American Stations case study we shared on Wednesday because it covers the announcement of when Logistics Plus purchased an old, vacant train station in downtown… Read more »

Local Newspaper Gives Inside View of Logistics Plus

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The Erie Time-News published an article entitled “Logistics Plus in Erie brings casual approach to corporate success” in today’s paper (and online at goerie.com). It’s a nice little article with some great photographs – and we appreciate the time their staff writer spent interviewing our team, and the “inside look” he shared regarding our company’s culture. The piece is nicely… Read more »

Logistics Plus Attacks Barber Beast on the Bay

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Yesterday we reported how many Logistics Plus employees participated in this past Saturday’s Erie County Heart Walk event. Not to be forgotten is the annual Logistics Plus sponsorship of the Barber Beast on the Bay event which also took place this past Saturday (September 12, 2015). In addition to the company sponsorship, many Logistics Plus employees… Read more »

An Erie SeaWolves Tiger Tales Experience

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On August 29, the Erie SeaWolves hosted an interactive experience called “Tiger Tales” with two of the greatest players in Detroit Tigers history – Lance Parrish and Alan Trammell.  Lance and Alan led the Tigers to a World Championship in 1984 and combined to earn 14 career All-Star Game selections, seven Rawlings Gold Gloves, and nine… Read more »

Great American Stations Case Study | Erie Union Station

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Logistics Plus (LP) was contacted recently by the Great American Stations Project to prepare a case study on how Erie Union Station was converted for commercial use.  Amtrak® established the Great American Stations Project in 2006 to educate communities on the benefits of redeveloping train stations, offer tools to community leaders to preserve their stations, and… Read more »

First Pitch at Erie Seawolves Game

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Last week Thursday, Logistics Plus was given the opportunity to throw out the first pitch at an Erie Seawolves baseball game in Erie, PA. The person selected for this honor was Jesus Mireles de la Cruz “La Guera,” the father-in-law of Logistics Plus employee Alfredo Ayala. In addition to being Alfredo’s father-in-law, Jesus is also a… Read more »

Erie Gives | Logistics Plus Gives

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A couple months ago, Logistics Plus formally kicked off its campaign in support of the American Heart Association (AHA) Erie County Heart Walk. Jim Berlin, founder and CEO of Logistics Plus, is chairing the overall 2015 Erie County Heart Walk fundraising program for the community. The goal is to raise $225,000 before the event takes place on September… Read more »

Logistics Plus Rappels for Gaudenzia

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Today three representatives from Logistics Plus rappelled “Over the Edge” down a 14-story, 200-foot tall building in downtown Erie, PA in support of Gaudenzia.  Gaudenzia helps people affected by chemical dependency, mental illness and related conditions to achieve a better quality of life — allowing them to live as productive and accountable individuals. Logistics Plus… Read more »

Logistics Plus Employees Zumba Their Way to Fitness

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Logistics Plus continues its strong focus on employee fitness and wellness. In addition to being an American Heart Association Fit-Friendly Worksite, we also have a full-time head personal trainer on staff, and a complete fitness center at our Erie Union State Global Headquarters. However, that wasn’t quite enough for some of the Erie-based employees that had… Read more »

Logistics Plus Ramps Up Heart Walk Support

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Today the Logistics Plus Global HQ employees in Erie, PA officially kicked off its campaign in support of the American Heart Association (AHA) Erie County Heart Walk. Upping the ante on our community service this year, Jim Berlin, founder and CEO of Logistics Plus, has volunteered to chair the overall 2015 Erie County Heart Walk fundraising program. The… Read more »