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News Post 1
June – 2020
Our “groundbreaking” at the new Tommy’s Express Car Wash in Chambersburg, PA happened a little bit late, but we still got some great coverage (link below) and a great photo including (L-R) Glenn Nolt – Ames Project Superintendent, John Gay – Chambersburg Location Manager, and Dewey Yoder – Ames Project Manager
News Post 2
September – 2020
Ames had the privilege of building Ephrata’s first Panera Bread. And after a delay due to the pandemic, it’s NOW OPEN!
Panera Bread has opened a new restaurant along Route 322 in the new Ephrata Crossings shopping center.
The Ephrata restaurant at 839 E. Main St. features a drive-thru and has seating inside for around 75.
This is the fourth Lancaster County location for Panera Bread, which also has a restaurants in East Lampeter, East Hempfield and Manheim townships.Read Full Article
Lidl Sinking Spring, PA
Berks County shoppers lined up bright and early Wednesday morning, ready to enter the new Lidl food market in Sinking Spring.
Opening with a ribbon cutting just before 8am, the General Manager presented the first customer in line, Lindsay Bates of Sinking Spring, with a $100 gift card to the store. The first 100 customers in line also received a custom tote bag and a chance to win a $500 gift card.
The company was founded in 1973, with the first modern Lidl store opening in Ludwigshafen, Germany. The first store employed three people and carried 500 products.Read Full Article
Our project wasn’t “managed” by the dedicated staff at Ames, it was nurtured. Every aspect was discussed with us openly and, whether tragedy or triumph, handled with responsibility and a level of stewardship that told us how much they cared about the outcome
Daniel Jurman, Executive Director - Ephrata Performing Arts Center