Greater Wilkes-Barre Chamber announces annual award recipients, dinner live stream on Nov. 19
Coal Creative was a recipient of the ‘Pride of Place Pivot Award’ at this year’s 2020 Annual Dinner Celebration.
NEPA Works Project: Coal Creative Joins Effort To Meet Local Workforce Challenges
Coal Creative is participating alongside other local organizations to create new opportunities for workers and employers.
Tunkhannock Borough Launches Coal Creaitve Constructed Website
Coal Creative recently had the opportunity to build a new website for the Tunkhannock Borough, updating the look and feel and presenting information about the borough in a more user-friendly manner.
Coal Creative Hosts Studio 16 South Virtual Ribbon Cutting
Our CEO Holly Pilcavage and Kris Jones held the virtual ribbon cutting ceremony for Studio 16 South, featuring guests such Mayor George Brown.
Coal Creative Helps NEPA PrideFest Go Virtual
Coal Creative will partnered up with the NEPA Rainbow Alliance to bring the NEPA PrideFest celebration online, with coronavirus preventing in person gatherings.
Coal Creative to produce first NEPA Virtual Pridefest
Coal Creative will be partnering up with the NEPA Rainbow Alliance to produce the first NEPA Virtual Pridefest and keep the celebratory tradition alive!
Coal Creative CEO Recognized in Top 25 Women in Business
Our CEO Holly Pilcavage has been recognized as one of the top 25 women in business!
Coal Creative America250PA video presented during Wilkes-Barre Connect Spotlight event
Executive Director of America250PA Cassandra Coleman presented to Wilkes-Barre’s entrepreneurs and young professionals, before closing out her presentation with the video put together by Coal Creative.
Coal Creative part of Transformation Team fueling economic development through Arts and Culture
Coal Creative will be playing an integral part in the revitalization of Downtown Wilkes-Barre as part of the Times Leader Media Group Transformation Team.
Coal Creative CEO Holly Pilcavage announced as chair of Young Professionals Council
Our CEO Holly Pilcavage was announced as Chair of the Young Professionals Council, a group that helps young professionals of Greater Wilkes-Barre improve their career, develop their leadership abilities, and more.
Executive Director of Diamond City Partnership acknowledges Coal Creative, start ups of Wilkes-Barre
Larry Newman, Executive Director of Diamond City Partnership acknowledges tech start-ups likes Coal Creative in address to the Downtown Wilkes-Barre Business Association alongside Mayor George Brown.
Coal Creative’s Creative Director serves at celebrity bartending event benefiting Family Service Association
Our Creative Director Sam O’Connell spent his night slingin’ drinks at Rodano’s as a celebrity bartender to help raise money for Family Service Association.
Leadership W-B team including Coal Creative’s Sam O’Connell restoring Verve Vertu’s kitchen
Our Creative Director Sam O’Connell helped to organize and execute a fundraising event for Verve Vertu Art Studio with his Leadership Wilkes-Barre team.
Coal Creative holds ribbon cutting for new space, announces Holly Pilcavage as CEO
Shifting down two floors in the Luzerne Bank building on Public Square, Coal Creative has found itself in a bigger space, and the business celebrated finally getting settled in with a ribbon cutting Thursday evening.
Business Director of Coal Creative answers “Why NEPA?” at Inaugural Wilkes-Barre Connect Conference
Young professionals and students from eight high schools and 15 colleges and universities joined together at the inaugural Wilkes-Barre Connect Conference at the Woodlands Inn Monday and listened to inspirational stories from local entrepreneurs.
Members of Coal Creative participate in Inaugural Wilkes-Barre Connect Conference
Coverage of the first Wilkes-Barre Connect Conference, held at The Woodlands in Plains Township.
Coal Creative produces video for nation’s 250th birthday
Pennsylvania is trying to get a jump-start on America’s 250th birthday party and a Luzerne County woman will be leading the effort.
Coal Creative among honorees at Young Professionals Awards
More than 350 attendees filled the Room at 900 Tuesday for the Greater Wilkes-Barre Chamber of Commerce’s third annual Young Professionals Awards.
Wilkes-Barre THINK Center hosts NEPA Creative monthly meetup
Presented each month by Internet marketing company Coal Creative and Wilkes-Barre Connect, an extension of the Greater Wilkes-Barre Chamber of Commerce, the free event is open to all creatives in NEPA, including artists, musicians, developers, graphic designers, writers, inventors, filmmakers, and photographers.
January brings rebrand, networking sponsorship from Coal Creative
Due largely to increased growth in 2018, the company’s rebrand will more adequately reflect the scope and scale of its capabilities in the creation of a new website, tagline, logo, and new specialized positions within the team.
Event to honor Young Professionals including Coal Creative’s Project Manager
The Greater Wilkes-Barre Chamber of Commerce is hosting the third annual Young Professionals Awards at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 18 at The Room at 900 in Forty Fort. Winners will be announced at the event.
Penn State chooses Coal Creative’s Director as Fall 2018 Convocation Speaker
Holly Pilcavage will be the Fall 2018 Convocation speaker at Penn State Wilkes-Barre, according to Student Affairs & Engagement. An NEPA Native, Pilcavage is currently the director of Business Development & Operations at CoalCreative, an Internet Marketing Company in downtown Wilkes-Barre.
Coal Creative chosen to produce statewide video representing the Arts
After former Exeter Mayor Cassandra Coleman, director of Governor Wolf’s Northeast office, asked Gina Malsky to chair the 2018 Governor’s Awards for the Arts ceremony, Malsky, from West Pittston, jumped right in by choosing a venue in Scranton for a major announcement about the Governor’s Awards.
Coal Creative’s Jessica Ross talks Social Media
The theme of Thursday’s spotlight was social media, with more than 80 attendees listening to and taking part in conversations about the importance of social media and networking with Bohinski and other influencers.
Small Business Trends Features ‘Coffee with Coal’
Want to learn more about using social media and other digital marketing methods to promote your small business? If so, there’s a new weekly livestream show that could be of interest. The show is called #CoffeeWithCoal and it’s hosted by Pennsylvania-based digital marketing company Coal Creative.
FOX56 learns about the #NEPACreative Series produced by Wilkes University Intern Emily Bellanco
You don’t have to travel to New York City or Philadelphia to be inspired by art, music, or design. One local business is out to prove that creativity and the arts are thriving right here in Northeastern Pennsylvania.
Citizens Voice Business Spotlight on Coal Creative Internet Marketing
While some news reports paint a pessimistic picture of Northeastern Pennsylvania, Gerard Durling wants to tell another story. Durling, founder of the internet and video marketing business Coal Creative in Wilkes-Barre, said he plans to work on a video showing the area in a positive light.
Times Leader reports Nonprofits big winner at Chamber Challenge in Wilkes-Barre
Prominent area residents answered multiple-choice and true-and-false questions Wednesday night. They even participated in a “lightning round.” Audience members, equipped with clappers and noise makers, cheered them on. It was a scene that would have made Steve Harvey proud. And it was all to win a bit of money for area nonprofits.
GWB Chamber & Coal Creative to host live game show to raise funds for area non-profits
The Coal Creative founder wanted to plan a game show. And with the backing of the Wilkes-Barre Chamber of Commerce, Durling’s idea is coming to fruition on Wednesday, Feb. 15. “The Chamber Challenge” will begin at 7 p.m. Feb. 15 at the THINK Center, 7 S. Main St. The idea pits two teams of five competing in four rounds of local trivia.
Small Business Trends interviews Gerard Durling on the Benefit of Marketing Services Locally
The Web, aside from its ability to shrink the world, can also transform a small business into a global entity. This is especially true when the company offers online services. Think about it: To get your offering, your target client need only access the Internet via a desktop computer or mobile device.