Changes are coming to Best Line Equipment, an equipment rental, sales and professional service in Centre Hall and State College.
Best Line Powersports, one of its stores in Centre Hall, will move in next door with Best Line Equipment at 2031 General Potter Highway.
Marketing coordinator Jennifer Moore said the two stores will coexist at the location until the first quarter of 2015.
“This new location will allow a better customer experience through a larger showroom and digital technologies to showcase our Polaris, Victory and Kawasaki product lines,” Moore said.
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In 2015, Best Line will move to its State College corporate headquarters at 140 Hawbaker Industrial Drive upon completion of a new service building and a new land lease.
AccuWeather hosts meeting
AccuWeather has had a busy summer — from hosting conferences to launching new apps worldwide.
Last week, the Ferguson Township company hosted the American Meteorology Society summer community meeting. Meteorologists came together at the Nittany Lion Inn to discuss how to improve products to help their audiences, and AccuWeather founder Joel Myers was the keynote speaker.
“Having this meeting here is something we’re very excited about,” Justin Roberti, AccuWeather’s new media product marketing manager, said. “We’re here to discover ways to improve forecasts and how to better communicate forecasts.”
AccuWeather launched a free new app for the Amazon Fire phone, which enables users to take advantage of features such as MinuteCast, a minute-by-minute forecast; hourly forecasts; and 15-day extended forecasts.
The company also launched a free service for users of Facebook’s Internet.org app, which initially launched July 31 in Zambia.
Golf outing aids cancer care
A new women’s-only golf outing is set to benefit cancer care.
The Pink Ribbon Golf Classic will benefit cancer care as proceeds go to the purchase of a new screening and diagnostic imaging device at the Mount Nittany Health Breast Care Center. The machine creates a three-dimensional image of the breast to help detect cancer earlier.
The event will take place Sept. 8 at the Penn State Golf Courses in the format of a four-person scramble and will have a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.
Committee member Carolyn Follett said 92 women have registered, close to the 110 to 130 goal.
“We’re getting a good response,” Follett said.
She said the classic is an extension of the former Geri Reeve Open.
“It’s kind of a continuation of that tournament and a continuation of supporting breast cancer care,” Follett said. “Hopefully, we’ll have a beautiful day again. We’ve had a lot of gorgeous days in the past.”