Happenings Media Announces Ten Top Bucks County Movers & Shakers
October 6, 2014 – NEW HOPE, PA. — The results are in. After many hours of difficult delibaration, the judges have determined Bucks County’s Top 10 Movers & Shakers of 2014. Throughout this fall Bucks Happening will feature these extraordinary locals.
For now, meet the winners below:
Bucks Happening Mover & Shaker Nancy Bragin
Jesse Berdinka, former owner of Chubby’s Dairy Barn in Plumsteadville
Paul Bencivengo, Marketing and Communications Director at Visit Bucks County
Dr. Steven Pertes, Owner of Bucks Acupuncture & Certified Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist
Andrew Knechel, Founder of Bucks County Brewery
Jim Worthington, Owner & Director of the Newtown Athletic Club
Kimberly Cambra, Executive Director of CB Cares
Krista Sherkey, Founder and President of Streamline6 Communications, LLC
Kristine Quinby, Founder of Potential, Inc. & Springtime School
Lynn Kraft, retired teacher Quakertown
2014 People’s Choice Winner: Dana Stone, Owner of Stepping Stone Dance Studio
A third party panel of judges reviewed the nominations and chose the Top “Movers and Shakers” of 2014 in each market. Winners will be spotlighted online with exclusive interviews in regional Happenings Media digital magazines this fall.
Happenings Media is a network of over 20 digital, local lifestyle magazines with markets including Philadelphia, Minneapolis, Myrtle Beach, Brooklyn, Long Island and Miami.
For more information on Happenings Media Network: http://www.happeningsmedia.com.
Reposted from buckshappening.com.