Realty site utilizes drone photography
ByceREALTY, a division of ByceAUCTION Ltd., has a new mobile-friendly website and bidding platform that adds drone photography. Visitors with mobile devices will experience an optimized site making bidding easier.
Drone photography allows clients to see things such as the condition of the roof and the surrounding neighborhood.
MCCTC program receives grant
The Advanced Manufacturing Program at the Mahoning County Career & Technical Center was presented a grant check of $10,000 from the Gene Haas Foundation at the Mahoning Valley Manufacturers Coalition meeting last week.
The grant is given to schools to support scholarships and NIMS credentialing for manufacturing programs. The funds are to be given to students currently enrolled or who will be enrolling at MCCTC in a machining-based training and/or engineering program at the postsecondary level. It also may be used toward the cost of attending CNC machining classes at a secondary-level career center.
The Gene Haas Foundation was founded in 1999 by Gene Haas. Haas is the owner of Haas Automation Inc., America’s leading builder of CNC machine tools, which was started in 1983 and grown into a billion-dollar company.
Burgan teams up with YSU athletics
Burgan Real Estate’s brand presence will grow larger in the Mahoning Valley with a newly formed marketing partnership with Youngstown State University Athletics.
The multichannel program includes numerous branding elements, including signage at Stambaugh Stadium during home football games and Beeghly Center during men’s and women’s home basketball games, radio advertising, video advertising and digital marketing as well as community outreach focused on home buying and selling needs.
Burgan is the first company to have this title with the athletic department with this partnership.
Ex-Detroit auto executive charged
A former union official in Detroit has been charged with making more than $40,000 in purchases for herself and others with money from Fiat Chrysler.
Virdell King is the fourth person charged in the case. The government says Al Iacobelli, a Fiat Chrysler labor executive, gave credit cards to some officials at the United Auto Workers. Bills were paid with money from a company-sponsored training center.
The conspiracy charge against King was filed as a criminal information, which means a guilty plea is likely.
King retired in 2016 after working in the UAW’s Chrysler department. A message seeking comment was left for her attorney Friday.