The Northeastern Pennsylvania Alliance (NEPA) presented Revive Chiropractic, LLC with a $55,000 loan.
Revive Chiropractic received a $55,000 loan through the NEPA Alliance Economic Development Administration (EDA) loan fund as part of a total project costing $150,000 for the purchase of land, building and renovations. Other project funds consisted of $80,000 from M&T Bank and a $15,000 equity injection from the borrower.
Revive Chiropractic is owned by Dr. Brandon Aucker, who has managed the practice since 2014. Dr. Aucker was able to purchase a new location with the help of NEPA’s funds, which allowed the business to grow and gain exposure in the community. The new facility allows for added parking for clients as well.
Dr. Aucker has been practicing chiropractic in western Pennsylvania and Schuylkill County for over six (6) years. His prior experience includes roles as an Initial Clinical Reviewer, a Clinical Peer Reviewer, an Associate Chiropractic, and various rotations at integrative health clinics/chiropractic offices.
NEPA Alliance is a full service economic development lender offering eleven (11) low interest loan programs for job creation and job retention in our region.
The NEPA Alliance, a regional community and economic development agency, serves the seven counties of Northeastern Pennsylvania including Carbon, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Monroe, Pike, Schuylkill and Wayne. NEPA Alliance services include Business Financing, Government Contracting Assistance, International Trade Assistance, Non Profit Assistance, Transportation Planning, Research and Information, and Local Government Services. For more information about NEPA Alliance visit www.nepa-alliance.org or call 866-758-1929. “This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.”
Pictured from left: Schuylkill County Commissioner George Halcovage; John Gower, Congressman Dan Meuser’s Office; Dr. Brandon Aucker, Revive Chiropractic, LLC; Jeffrey Box, NEPA Alliance; Schuylkill County Commissioner Gary Hess; and Robert Carl, Schuylkill County Chamber of Commerce.
(Information from Donna Hritz, and Michael Skowronski)
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