SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Governor Wolf Announces Creation of 65 New Jobs Through Expansion of EY Intuitive Facility in Philadelphia Economy, Jobs That Pay, Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Tom Wolf announced EY Intuitive, a digital design and software group, will continue to invest in Pennsylvania by expanding its facility in the Manayunk section of Philadelphia, creating 65 new jobs.“I applaud EY Intuitive for creating 65 high-paying jobs to Philadelphia and laying the groundwork for future growth in Pennsylvania,” said Governor Wolf. “The expansion of this facility is just another example of a company recognizing that Pennsylvania is the best place to grow a business in the tech sector.”To meet growing demand, EY Intuitive, a division of Ernst & Young LLP, will expand at its current facility in Manayunk. The company has committed to investing at least $4 million on the expansion project including tenant fit-out and IT upgrades.“EY looks forward to continuing our work with the commonwealth to assist with various digital design projects and the additional office space we announced today will give us the type of facility we need to provide more initiatives for the state,” said Megan Hobson, partner, Ernst & Young LLP.EY Intuitive received a funding proposal from the Department of Community and Economic Development for a $200,000 Pennsylvania First grant and $130,000 in Job Creation Tax Credits to be issued after the new jobs are created. The project was coordinated by the Governor’s Action Team, an experienced group of economic development professionals who report directly to the governor and work with businesses that are considering locating or expanding in Pennsylvania.EY Intuitive provides digital design, research, and strategy services. Ernst & Young is a global assurance, tax, transaction, and advisory services company that helps build trust and confidence in capital markets and economies across the world.For more information about the Governor’s Action Team or DCED, visit dced.pa.gov. July 05, 2017
Questions can be directed to promoter Chad Broadhead at 702 328-8101, event coordinator Bryan Wulfenstein at 775 209-3638 or Modified race director Leland Hibdon at 775 209-6896. The draw and pre-tech run from 2-4 p.m. Wheel packing is at 4 p.m. and precedes hot laps. Racing starts at 5:10 p.m. The main event is 40 laps. PAHRUMP, Nev. – IMCA Modifeds race for $2,000 to win and a Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot berth at Pahrump Valley Speedway’s Saturday, March 2 Stormin’ Mormon Showdown. Car and driver is $45 and pit passes are $25. Grandstand admission is $10 for adults, $8 for seniors 55 and over, $6 for kids ages 6-14 and free for ages five and under. The runner-up earns $1,000 with $750 paid for third and $500 for fourth, with a minimum of $200 paid to make the 20-car starting field. IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National, Larry Shaw Race Cars Western Region and Nevada State points will be awarded. The event is held in honor of Ray Wulfenstein, a long-time driver from Pahrump nicknamed the Stormin’ Mormon, who died in January of 2017.
Take a look at the updated odds entering the tournament:Women’s World Cup 2019 oddsHere are the updated odds:TeamOddsUSA9/4France10/3Germany11/2England13/2Netherlands10/1Japan12/1Australia12/1Brazil16/1Spain20/1Sweden20/1Canada28/1Norway33/1Italy40/1China50/1South Korea50/1New Zealand66/1Argentina100/1Chile100/1Scotland100/1Cameroon200/1Nigeria200/1South Africa200/1Jamaica250/1Thailand250/1*Odds updated June 6 and provided by sportsbook.ag. Germany is another team that could take the title away from the U.S. The Germans enter at 11/2 and won the European Championships six consecutive times (dating back to 1995) before the Netherlands claimed the championship in 2017. Germany will also look to rebound, though, after failing to reach the final in each of the last two World Cup tournaments. The United States will be the team to beat heading into the World Cup as the Americans enter the tournament as favorites to win it all at 9/4 with a legitimate chance at bringing home their fourth title. Host France is sitting close behind the U.S. at 10/3 and could follow the same path as Les Bleus’ men’s national team, which took home the title in 2018 in Russia. A win for France would mark the country’s first major international trophy. Les Bleus will avoid some of the bigger names, like Japan and Brazil, in the group stage, but could potentially face the U.S. in the quarterfinal stage if they qualify from the first round.