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Eastern Pennsylvania 2017 Entrepreneurial Success of the Year Award Kutztown University SBDC has worked with USA Gypsum for nearly 17 years – since the company’s early history, just beyond the start-up stage, through a major expansion and finally relocation to a new, million, 33,000 sq. USA Gypsum is a national leader in cost-effective gypsum drywall waste recycling, creating quality gypsum products for agricultural and industry use through drywall recycling.
USA Gypsum recycles drywall scraps for beneficial use as gypsum bedding, poultry litter amendments, gypsum lawn fertilizer, and other agricultural gypsum products to industrial businesses, landscapers, and farmers.
Even the doors in the elementary school on campus weigh a ton! How come they're like a foot wide and only open halfway? Last year, they played an April Fool's joke on us and said they were going to replace the ridiculously wide stairs with a moving sidewalk, and we were all bummed that they were kidding.
The slot is when professors have meetings, clubs have socials, and no one wants to be in class. If we wanted to eat at Reisner, we would choose Reisner.
In addition to numerous vegetable harvester dealers, there are 225 spreader dealers and 52 tank dealers representing the company.
The SBDC’s relationship with Elvin and his company is a long one; dating back over 15 years, when Pik Rite worked with the SBDC and two mechanical engineering professors from Bucknell in a design and development project on a new vegetable harvester.
Using reclaimed gypsum-based products is a natural way to improve soil, water, and air quality and keeps that material out of landfills. USA Gypsum has relied on the services of the Kutztown University SBDC and Lancaster SCORE from the start of the new business in to the present.
Kutztown University SBDC has assisted in business and marketing plans, review of new packaging and labeling, exports to Canada, SEO analysis, even reviewing Power Point presentations for industry and government and student intern research of markets and various grants for exporting, pollution prevention and energy efficiency.
Pik Rite equipment is customized to meet the needs of many industries including farming, commercial waste hauling, gas drilling, construction, and municipal waste, and is used domestically and exported to 26 countries.
“I believe strongly that if I can lead my team to be people of integrity then good things will happen, not just for the finances of the business but more importantly that it will have a positive impact in the lives of our employees, our customers, the community, and the families within it.
Building a quality product is the number one goal and along with that comes the commitment to build long-lasting relationships with our customers.
Both the SBDC and SCORE are assisting in developing ideas for succession planning,” Weaver said.
“Various SCORE advisors – Lou Davenport in particular – have advised me about financial presentation and analysis, business planning and expansion, permitting and issues related to environment compliance.