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is a dedicated group of business owners and decision-makers who share a commitment to quality and an ethical environment in which to conduct business in Lehigh and Northampton counties and the surrounding region.

We recognize that the value of networking is totally dependent on the people who bring their willingness to share ideas, knowledge and experience therefore membership is open only to non-competing business leaders who share our strong commitment to responsible growth and economic development.

The Executive Forum of the Lehigh Valley meets for breakfast on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Sands Casino in the heart Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley.

Evening Out At Iron Pigs

Thursday night, May 22nd, at the Iron Pigs game turned out to be  a rain free event despite late afternoon thunderstorms. The Executive Forum had a prime location in the "Team Box" overlooking home base.

A number of members, family and friends attended and enjoyed the amenities of having a private box.

By the time the game started at 7:05 pm we were all well fed and settling in with liquid refreshments. Part way into the game "FiFi stopped by for fun and pictures.

Even though the Iron Pigs lost the game 9-4, there were fireworks afterwords to make up for it.

Click here for pictures........

Man Uses Social Media To Find Owner Of Lost Camera!

And that man is our own Rob Baker of Christmas City Studios! Rob was recently interviewed by WFMZ Channel 69 and shown on their evening broadcast.

To see the TV segment click on WFMZ News or the camera.

Way to go Rob!

K&H Feature Article

Sandy Kunhs and her company, K&H Custom Window Treatments, has a feature article in the May issue of Lehigh Valley Style. In the article Sandy discuss how window treatments have evolved over the last 25 years and provides advice that may help you with your design choices.

Our congratulations go out to Sandy on a great article in a major publication here in the Lehigh Valley.

Click on the picture to read more. The article is large and in PDF format so it may take a moment to load.

THRIVE Media Short Film Wins Award

The Association for Marketing and Communication Professionals gave the GOLD AVA Digital Award for a short film produced by THRIVE Media for its client Phoebe Ministries. The film was shot in the summer of 2012 at the Phoebe Berks Senior Olympics event held at their Phoebe Berks Campus. It documented the activities and events of the residents and showcased their vibrancy for life. The film was screened at the Phoebe Institute fall event which had over 500 people in attendance.

AVA Digital Awards is an international competition that recognizes outstanding work by creative professionals involved in the concept, direction, design and production of media that is part of the evolution of digital communication. Work ranges from audio and video production- to developing websites that present interactive components such as video, animation, blogs, and podcasts- to interactive social media sites- to other forms of user-generated communication.

EFLV Members Make List of 30 Top Workplaces

Three of our member companies were voted among the Morning Call's list of "Lehigh Valley's 30 Top Workplaces". They are:



To make this list the employees of the companies were independently surveyed to compile the data. Our congratulations go out to these companies!

Deb and Joe Corcoran Affiliate with Home For Heroes Program

The Deb and Joe Corcoran Team at Keller Williams Real Estate are pleased to announce that they are now among a select number of agents nationwide accredited to work with the Homes for Heroes program. Homes for Heroes, which has quickly spread across the nation with more than 1,000 affiliates in 47 states, connects the home-town heroes who serve and protect our communities and our country with a partnership of Realtors, mortgage lenders, title companies, and other affiliated service providers for the sole purpose of offering savings to local heroes when buying or selling a home. The program is open to military personnel, police officers, firefighters, teachers, first responders, health care professionals and others who serve our community and nation.

In addition to pairing local heroes with experienced agents and other professionals, the program offers significant savings to real estate consumers because the participating agents donate 25 percent of their commission directly back to the hero at closing. “Based on a $200,000 home, our heroes on average save $2,000 on their purchase not including the savings they’ll receive with our Friends of Heroes – local businesses that participate and give special rebates or discounts to our hero clients even after they close,” according to Joe. “The 25 percent discount will apply directly to the HUD statement of the buyer/seller.”

Deb and Joe decided to get involved with the program as part of their ongoing commitment to serving the Lehigh Valley community. Joe is a volunteer firefighter and president of Upper Macungie Fire Station No. 56 and Deb is a registered nurse with more than 20 years of experience at Lehigh Valley Hospital, as well as the fire department Treasurer.

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