June 20th was a special day for Impel Wealth Management. After months of work rehabilitating a 100+ year old building on the corner of Broad Boulevard and 4th Street in Cuyahoga Falls, we were able to celebrate a ribbon cutting ceremony with many significant community leaders.
Our thanks go out to Laura Petrella, the Chamber of Commerce Director for the City of Cuyahoga Falls, who helped coordinate the event. We were also honored to have Cuyahoga Falls Mayor, Don Walters in attendance for the ribbon cutting ceremony. The city has been unbelievably supportive and encouraging to us for bringing our business from downtown Akron to Cuyahoga Falls. We now sit between the re-developed Portage Crossings area near State Rd, and the Front Street Mall, which is undergoing major renovation. While driving in downtown Akron had proven to be a challenge to people lately with all of the construction projects and road closings, we are happy to report that you can get off Rt 8 at Broad Boulevard, drive four blocks, and park directly next to our building, then only have to navigate a few steps or a handicap ramp to access our new home.
I was personally blessed to have longtime friends Stow Mayor, Sara Kline, and Stow Chamber of Commerce Director, Doris Stewart, in attendance. We appreciate the atmosphere of cooperation and community between the leaders from both cities.
While the ribbon cutting ceremony with community leaders from both cities was a great day, we look forward to sharing our community open house on August 3rd with several hundred of our friends, clients, and community leaders from all over the area. Please mark the date on the calendar, as we look forward to continuing to help our clients "Move Life Forward".