MONTGOMERY, Pa. (AP) — Gov. Tom Corbett unveiled a resources guidebook on Jan. 21st that markets Pennsylvania's business and energy sectors and its government programs, and billed it as a way to lure business people and investors to the state.
Flanked by two-year students studying diesel engine technology, Corbett released the guidebook at a news conference at Pennsylvania College of Technology's Earth Science Center near Williamsport, in the heart of north-central Pennsylvania's booming natural gas industry.
Corbett said the 73-page guide will provide business people and local government officials with information about the state's resources and programs. In it, it is billed as being full of information that demonstrates that Pennsylvania is a good place to do business, with attributes such as diverse energy sources, a skilled workforce and a competitive business environment.