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MVP is hosting a FREE networking event for area businesses at DoGood’s Tavern, Myerstown, on Monday, April 22, from 6 to 8 p.m.

DoGood’s Tavern is located at 2 E Main Ave in Myerstown.

Here is a chance to mix and mingle with your peers in the Lebanon County business community and get up to date on upcoming events and other news from the Myerstown Vitality Partnership (MVP).

Denise Gouldey

The free event will feature heavy hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar. To sign up or for questions, contact Denise Gouldey, MVP President/CEO, at denise@myerstownvp.org or call 717-866-5038 x 106.

DoGood’s is happy to serve

Steve Hanson, one of the owners of DoGood’s Restaurant, said about the event: “We are delighted to provide the venue for this extraordinary business networking event. In our view, the MVP is an essential entity in Myerstown. It not only gives us, as a successful local business, an opportunity to show off our fine restaurant, but also allows the attendees to find out business benefits through connections with the MVP. Representatives will be there to answer any questions.”

Steve Hanson, one of the owners of DoGood’s Restaurant, and Steve Goodhue of the MVP and Edward Jones.

The MVP serves local businesses

Steve Goodhue, Myerstown Vitality Partnership Chair, shares a story of how the MVP helped DoGood’s establish its business in Myerstown.

“Myerstown Borough helped DoGood’s obtain an economic development liquor license that saved them over $140,000,” said Goodhue. “This license must stay with the building, thus helping the Borough. I got a LERTA approved from the Lebanon County Commissioners for improvements to commercial buildings, which is currently in effect. This resulted in a considerable tax advantage for DoGood’s improvements to the building they now occupy.”

DoGood’s Tavern occupies a historic building in Myerstown. The owners transformed the building into a first-rate dining establishment, and with the help of the MVP, saved over a hundred thousand dollars between securing an economic development liquor license and a LERTA from Lebanon County.

Get involved

The Myerstown Vitality Partnership (MVP) is always looking for local volunteers to Participate in Committees to be part of our quest to revitalize the community we love. For no-obligation input, call Denise Gouldey. You can discuss your areas of interest with her.

“We need help getting government grants to improve many properties in Myerstown Borough,” said Gouldey. Other choices include new business development and communications. “Myerstown belongs to all of us; we welcome anyone who shares the goal of a better future for anyone who lives and works here.” 

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