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LBA Getting New Office
The Lansdale Business Association is getting a new headquarters in a spare room at the Chantilly Floral Building, Main and Walnut Streets. Association President and Minuteman Press owner Doug DiPasquale says the association is more visible and active now than it was a few years ago.
“There’s more demand for it, and as we intertwine ourselves and work together we need that support, and the LBA is the place to go to if you need help in the business community.”
DiPasquale says the move takes place in mid July, and they could use a few volunteers to help them paint the new office. He says until now the Lansdale Business Association has been operating out of different buildings including his, and Chantilly is offering the space rent-free.