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Ron Kamionka

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Kamionka Entertainment Group

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Kamionka Entertainment Group

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Employment History

Owner

Reflex Night Club


Owner and Operator

Wanda's Deck and Dance Club


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http://lancasteronline.com/article/ap/560555_Central-Pa--nightclubs-turning-to-metal-detectors.html

Ron Kamionka, president of Kamionka Entertainment Group, said the company does not use detectors at all properties but does use them at some -- and reserves the right to do so.
"If you don't allow trouble in at the door, you're not going to have trouble inside," he said


http://www.pennlive.com/midstate/index.ssf/2011/12/more_harrisburg-area_nightclub.html

Our regular [bars] downtown, we do not," said Ron Kamionka, president of Kamionka Entertainment Group, whose city properties include Harrisburg Hardware Bar, Tom Sawyer's and Bourbon Street Saloon.
Aaron, of Upper Allen Township, doesn't mind when bar security wands him. He said younger customers are the most likely to be put off by weapon checks. That's not how Kamionka sees it. "If you don't allow trouble in at the door, you're not going to have trouble inside," he said. "We have them on all the properties, and we always reserve the right to use them with customers," Kamionka said.


http://www.timesleader.com/business/Operator__Pub_to_reopen_03-02-2011.html

Ron Kamionka, president of Downtown After Dark and Kamionka Entertainment Group, which operates several nightclubs in the area including Mulligan's, said the pub will reopen today.
Kamionka said the liquor license has not yet been transferred from the previous owner. Kamionka said Mulligan's opened with the understanding the new venue would accept any penalty imposed upon the previous owner. "The liquor license hasn't transferred yet and we're operating on a management agreement. Basically, we're running the place for them at this point until the license is transferred," Kamionka said. "Unfortunately, we have to serve out the punishment for the sins they had a year ago." Kamionka said Mulligan's will have a dinner menu likely within 45 days when a kitchen is up and running in the former space once occupied by Edward Jones Investments, which relocated to Public Square last month. "We just took over the Edward Jones space and finalized the lease for that space," Kamionka said.


Diamond City Partnership - Latest News

WILKES-BARRE - Ron Kamionka believes in the future of downtown Wilkes-Barre and his latest venue will feature a bit o' the Irish.
Mulligan's Irish Pub will open Friday - New Year's Eve - at 41 S. Main St. in the Midtown Village, the former site of Luna Cafe. Mulligan's will be the fourth South Main Street venue for Kamionka, a 47-year-old Mountain Top native and president of Downtown After Dark and Kamionka Entertainment Group. He also owns the Hardware Bar Entertainment Complex, which includes Bourbon Street, Hardware Bar and the Reflex Night Club. Kamionka said Mulligan's will open with a limited menu, expanding to a full dinner menu in time for St. Patrick's Day. When the venue opens, Kamionka said there will be 15 full- and part-time employees. He said when the expansion is complete and the new kitchen opens, another 10 people will be hired. Kamionka said at his four downtown businesses, more than 100 people are employed. Kamionka said he's impressed with the city's resurgent downtown, saying it has all the right elements for success. "The city government is investing in infrastructure," Kamionka said. "The downtown really has some synergy, and I welcome more competitors. That would create a stronger base and a more vibrant area." Kamionka said with two colleges, the F.M. Kirby Center, Movies 14 Wilkes-Barre and several restaurants, the foot traffic downtown has increased and people are spending more time in the city. "It's becoming a popular destination," he said. "And people are staying downtown for three or four hours." Kamionka said he expects customers of all legal ages to frequent Mulligan's. "That's the beauty of Irish pubs," he said. Kamionka owns restaurant/bar/nightclub businesses in Harrisburg, York, Scranton, Manayunk and Mechanicsburg.


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Ron Kamionka President, Kamionka Entertainment Group


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