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MyWay Mobile Storage of Pittsburgh owner, Ed Sickmund, Receives Community Service Award

From Left to Right: Robert Moncavage 2020 President Realtor Association Metropolitan Pittsburgh, Ed Sickmund Market Owner MyWay Mobile Storage

PITTSBURGH (PRWEB) January 28, 2020
MyWay Mobile Storage of Pittsburgh is proud to announce that market owner, Ed Sickmund, received the REALTORS® Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh (RAMP) community service award during the group’s 109th Installation of Officers and Awards celebration. The Community Service Award recipient is a member who is actively involved with humanitarian/philanthropic activities within the Metropolitan Pittsburgh area. MyWay Mobile Storage is a long-time Affiliate member of RAMP and Sickmund has been an active member of RAMP’s Community Service Committee.
The award was presented by John Petrack, RAMP Executive Vice President. “We chose Ed for the Community Service Award for his many efforts representing the REALTOR® spirit through service to the community at large.”
“This past year, 2019, was a terrific year for the Community Service Committee,” Sickmund said, “In addition to feeding the homeless and underemployed at our Daily Bread event, we had a successful Hats/Gloves/Scarves/Sock Drive, enjoyed a beautiful day doing some spring planting as part of our annual Senior Curb Appeal Day, shared our ‘visions of opportunity’ at our fourth annual Boys and Girls Club Career Day, and had fun helping unload a trailer of new jackets and organizing other donations at the Light of Life Rescue care center.”
Sickmund continued, “One of the things I enjoy about all of RAMP’s community service projects is the relationships we build with other great Pittsburgh community organizations like the United Methodist Church Union and their Northside Congregate Feeding Program, the LaRosa Boys and Girls Club in McKeesport, Veteran’s Place of Washington Boulevard, Pittsburgh Project and Light of Life Rescue Mission.
At the end of the evening, newly installed RAMP 2020 president, Bob Moncavage, commented, “Count me in, I’m really looking forward to working with Ed on some of the Community Service Committee projects in 2020.”
About the REALTORS® Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh (RAMP):
Since 1911, RAMP has served real estate professionals and the community as western Pennsylvania’s most effective voice for private property and industry professionalism. RAMP began with 30 members and has since grown to include approximately 2,100 residential and commercial realtors. RAMP has remained at the forefront of public policy and member advocacy. With full-time government affairs and education programs, RAMP is uniquely positioned to provide its members with the tools they need to do business successfully and ethically. By shaping legislation and preparing REALTORS to serve their clients more effectively, RAMP has delivered the American Dream to five generations of Pittsburgh-area property owners. Visit http://www.realtorspgh.com/.
About RAMP’s Community Committee:RAMP’s Community Service Committee is responsible for engaging with the general public by coordinating public service projects. This committee’s activities provide a service or assistance to citizens who are less fortunate. The mission is to maintain and enhance RAMP’s image and community awareness through community outreach projects. In addition to feeding the homeless and underemployed the 2019 calendar includes volunteering at the Light of Life Rescue donation center, Senior Curb Appeal Day, Hats/Gloves/Scarves/Sock Drive and Boys and Girls Club Career Day.
About MyWay Mobile Storage:MyWay Mobile Storage is the leading provider of moving and storage solutions and located in a spacious 25,000 square foot facility in West Mifflin, PA to better service their customers in the metropolitan Pittsburgh area. They provide quick and easy do it yourself moving containers that can be delivered right to your door and stored in their climate controlled, secure storage facilities. MyWay Mobile Storage is a RAMP Affiliate Member and Market Owner, Ed Sickmund, was honored with their 2011 Affiliate of the Year award. Sickmund and MyWay Mobile Storage are also involved with the National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals, Business Networking International, Veterans Place of Washington Boulevard and the South West Communities Chamber of Commerce.
To learn more about MyWay Mobile Storage, visit https://www.mywaystorage.com or call 888-336-9929 to speak with a Moving & Storage Consultant.

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Red Arrow Diner Names Amanda Wihby as Co-Owner as of 1/1/2020

Amanda, Wihby, Red Arrow Diner Chief Operations Officer and Co-Owner

“I am thrilled to welcome Amanda Wihby as a Red Arrow Diner partner,” said Carol Lawrence, Owner & President at Red Arrow Diner. “She is incredibly dedicated, driven and innovative and we know having her as part of our ownership team will have a long-lasting and positive impact on our brand.”

Manchester, NH (PRWEB) January 23, 2020
Red Arrow Diner is proud to announce its Chief Operations Officer, Amanda Wihby, is now also a co-owner of the company. The partnership became official on January 1, 2020.
Ms. Wihby joined the Red Arrow Diner in 2010 as a part-time administrative assistant. She worked her way up through the corporation and gained valuable experience working directly with Carol and George Lawrence, the company’s daughter-and-father ownership team, on a daily basis. She had a large role in the opening of three brand new locations in Londonderry, Concord and soon‐to‐be‐opened Nashua. In her role as Chief Operations Officer, Ms. Wihby works closely with and mentors all general managers to assure company policies and procedures are being met and manages the company’s human resources, payroll and marketing components. Due to her hard work and dedication, she has managed to increase business and profitability in all of the company’s current location. In 2017, Ms. Wihby was honored as the Stars of the Industry Restaurant Employee of the Year by the New Hampshire Lodging & Restaurant Association.
“I am thrilled to welcome Amanda Wihby as a Red Arrow Diner partner,” said Carol Lawrence, Owner & President at Red Arrow Diner. “It has been a pleasure to work closely with Amanda since day one and watch her achieve significant success and growth in our company. She is incredibly dedicated, driven and innovative and we know having her as part of our ownership team will have a long-lasting and positive impact on our brand and therefore our wonderful employees and customers.”
Ms. Wihby graduated magna cum laude from Southern New Hampshire University in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership with minors in Psychology and History. She currently resides in southern New Hampshire, a place she is proud to call home throughout her childhood and now as an adult, building her career and family.
ABOUT THE RED ARROW DINER
A privately-held company based in Manchester, New Hampshire, the Red Arrow Diner operates restaurants in Concord, Manchester, and Londonderry, New Hampshire, United States. The brand is preparing to open their newest location in Nashua, NH in spring 2020. Each Red Arrow Diner location is a 24-hour diner and serves over 500,000 breakfasts annually. The Red Arrow Diner has been featured on various nationally broadcasted television and radio shows, including the Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, NBC’s JEOPARDY!, and SiriusXM political channels Patriot (125) and Progress (127), as well as national publications, such as USA Today and the Food Network Magazine. Additionally, Red Arrow is an active community supporter with countless volunteer hours, pro bono promotions, and financial donations. For information about the Red Arrow Diner, visit http://www.redarrowdiner.com.

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