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Timothy F. Twardzik

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Phone: (570) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: t***@***.com
Local Address:  United States
Schuylkill Economic Development Corporation
Union Station One Progress Circle - Suite 200
Pottsville , Pennsylvania 17901
United States

Company Description: SEDCO, the Schuylkill Economic Development Corporation, operates from offices located at Union Station, One Progress Circle, Suite 200 in Pottsville, PA. The...   more

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  • bachelor's degree , business with an emphasis in marketing
    University of Notre Dame
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How Highridge Business Park Became Home to a Wal-Mart Distribution Center, 1 July 2006 [cached]
Rep. Goodman, and Twardzik that disclosed the economic impact of Wal-Mart's intention to
Neal P. Goodman (D-123), Schuylkill County Commissioner Frank J. Staudenmeier, and SEDCO chairman Timothy F. Twardzik made a joint announcement at the Highridge site that Wal-Mart would build a perishable goods distribution facility and permanent jobs for 450 people could be expected within three years of construction completion.
Top Stories -- February 12, 2004: SEDCO president offers business tips in Hungary, 12 Feb 2004 [cached]
Timothy F. Twardzik knows this from experience and last week he was in Budapest, Hungary to offer the private sector there a few tips.
"We talked about event marketing and we talked about cause-related marketing," said Twardzik, formerly of Ateeco Inc., manufacturer of Mrs. T's Pierogies."What they liked was the fact that cause-related marketing, which is good for the community, was also good for your business."
Twardzik, the president of the Schuylkill Economic Development Corp. (SEDCO), got the opportunity to share his experience by joining The Institute for Healthy Communities on a summit to discuss corporate strategy with The Hungarian Association of Healthy Cities.
This summit, according to the institute, "was designed to bring together business leaders from the United States and Hungary to conduct critical dialogue around insights and strategies for enhancing business involvement and improving health."
"The goal was to take this country that got its independence in the 1990s and keep them moving ahead," Twardzik said.
He encouraged small Hungarian businesses to incorporate community economic development into their business plans and to build a bridge between diverse industries to create a common language.
Twardzik also talked about some of the event marketing success strategies Mrs. T's used during his 22 years with the family business.
Setting up a stand at a community fundraiser to give out free samples or volunteering to feed the athletes at a local sporting event, he said, can lead your business to bigger and better things.
"We went from being a free pierogi," Twardzik said, "to sponsoring the Mrs. T's Triathlon a couple years ago."
Someday soon, Twardzik said, the small businesses in Hungary will do the same.
"They're growing," Twardzik said.
Twardzik flew out of Philadelphia on Jan. 31, stayed in the Hungarian capital for five days and returned home Friday.
"Interesting people," Twardzik said."
They all had different roles.They all fit differently into business."
They stayed at The Hotel Normafa and during three days of workshops, Twardzik gave presentations on "Engaging Business to Improve the Economic Health of Your Community."
Now, Twardzik, 44, of Frackville, is continuing to enjoy his early retirement.
In mid-January, the executive vice president of Ateeco Inc. resigned from his family's company.
One reason he did so was he wanted time to spend with his wife and children.
On Tuesday, the most important thing on his agenda was celebrating his son Adam's 16th birthday.
Timothy F. Twardzik ..., 22 Mar 2015 [cached]
Timothy F. Twardzik
National ACRY - National American Carpatho-Russian Youth, 25 April 2009 [cached]
Tom Twardzik, president of Mrs. T's in Shenandoah, Pa., which sponsored the contest, met both Dutkos when he twice came to Binghamton to announce the winner of the contest. The winner receives a $10,000 check for a local charity - which was given to the Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse in 2007 and 2008.
"This is a driven guy that really rallied a church to do great work," Twardzik said, speaking of Monsignor Dutko.
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