The day was continued at Hoober Farm Equipment in Mifflintown, Juniata County. Thank you to Brad Hershey, owner of Hoober Farm, for inviting Scott to tour the facility.
Scott got the chance to meet with fellow small business owner, Don Chapman, Jr., at his company, Nittany Paper, in Lewistown, PA. Chapman Started the business from the ground up in 2005. Thank you to Lisa Nancolles for setting up this afternoon for Scott.
Scott started the day at the Juniata Valley YMCA where he got to meet with a number of concerned voters.
Scott finished up the day in Luzerne County at the Wilkes-Barre Fire Hall. Thank you to Luzerne County Republican Committee Chairman, Ron Ferrance, for hosting this event and for this continued support of Scott.
Scott had the opportunity to tour the Delta Fabricating plant in Columbia County. He enjoyed touring the facility which has a long tradition of excellence in products, services, and solutions for HVAC consumers.
It was great to be back in Montour County again with Chairwoman, Marlene Stoops. Hear more about Scott’s stop in Montour here: http://www.dailyitem.com/news/local_news/gubernatorial-candidate-more-deaths-before-drug-crisis-ends/article_df506b3d-64a4-5f2e-8616-8d820c0f5f57.html
Scott started off day 6 of his Listening Tour with a tour around the Panda Patriot Power Plant in Montgomery, Lycoming County. Thank you to Representative Garth Everett for setting up this tour and to Joe Lloyd for taking us around the plant.
During the last stop of the day, Scott had the chance to go to JWR Automobile Museum in Frackville, Schuylkill County. Thank you to Brian, John and Michael Rich for hosting Scott and showing him around.
Thank you to Brock Stein, the Schuylkill County Republican Committee Chairman, for hosting a meet and greet for me at Vito’s Coal Fired Pizza. Owner, Vito, uses real coal to power their hearthstone ovens and to pay homage to the coal region.
Scott kicked off the day with the members of the Local Agricultural Community within Union County. Thank you to Jim Brubaker for hosting us at your farm and for sharing the issues that Pennsylvania’s largest industry faces today.