DiscoverNEPA.com – Regional Live, Work, and Play Initiative Launches

Community, Press Releases, Updates | June 28, 2018

DiscoverNEPA.com is a multimedia initiative designed to promote Northeastern Pennsylvania as one of America’s best places to live, work, and play. It is a comprehensive community resource where locals and visitors alike can explore all of NEPA’s top-notch amenities, restaurants, and activities. Robert K. Mericle, founder of Mericle Commercial Real Estate Services, the region’s largest […]

77 Reasons to Celebrate: Mericle Tenants & Employees join forces to support USMC Toys for Tots

Community | December 11, 2017

More than 77 locations participated in this year’s Mericle + Marine Corps Toys for Tots Challenge organized by Mericle Commercial Real Estate Services to support the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve’s annual Toys for Tots campaign. For 20 years, Mericle has donated warehouse space to the Toys for Tots campaign. In 2013, Mericle heard the Marine […]

Dodgeball Tournament at Sky Zone Aids Toys for Tots Effort

Community | November 30, 2017

More than 100 people were on hand at Sky Zone Pittston in CenterPoint Commerce & Trade Park West to face off on the court for glow-in-the-dark dodgeball. The “Semper Fly” event was organized by Mericle Commercial Real Estate Services to support the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve’s annual Toys for Tots campaign. The event included participation […]

Wyoming Valley Habitat for Humanity presents Robert K. Mericle with the Golden Hammer Award

Community | June 13, 2016

Wyoming Valley Habitat for Humanity announces the Golden Hammer Award Recipient. Robert K. Mericle built a home for Habitat that will be affordable to a low income family who otherwise would not have had the opportunity for homeownership. The Golden Hammer Award Recipient demonstrates exceptional commitment to help further the mission of Habitat. Karen Evans […]

63 Businesses Join Forces & Donate Toys to Toys for Tots

Community | December 9, 2015

  Mericle Commercial Real Estate Services, Wilkes-Barre, proudly announces a record year of giving to the 2015 U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program. Mericle employees and the employees of 63 Mericle tenants donated 97 overflowing cartons of toys to Toys for Tots. The U.S. Marine Corps distributes the toys to agencies, churches, etc. […]

Mericle Lends A Hand

Community | September 21, 2015

  A popular Pittston Township park received an upgrade last week thanks to Mericle Commercial Real Estate Services’ Lend a Hand Program. Mericle donated labor and materials and provided volunteers to make improvements to Bryden Park, which is located off of Oak Street near the Pittston bypass. For more information, check out Mericle’s LinkedIn page.

Mericle Tenants and Employees rally for USMC Toys for Tots

Community | December 15, 2014

More than 60 people were on hand on December 9th at the United States Marine Corps Reserve’s (USMC) Toys for Tots warehouse, 163 CenterPoint Boulevard, CenterPoint Commerce & Trade Park East, Jenkins Township, to present the USMC with donated toys and books.

Mericle Revitalizes Former Pittston Pool Property

Community | August 19, 2014

Mericle Commercial Real Estate Services has donated labor, equipment and materials and converted the site of the former City of Pittston pool into a property that is now viable for development. The city plans to market the property for sale in hopes of finding a developer that will put the property back on the tax […]

CenterPoint Tenants Join Forces to Help Toys for Tots

Community | December 23, 2013

Employees from 17 tenants in CenterPoint Commerce & Trade Park joined forces for the holidays and together donated hundreds of new, unwrapped toys to the U.S Marine Corps Reserves’ Toys for Tots Program.  

Robert Yaple Memorial Park in Hughestown Borough received a facelift thanks to Mericle

Community | June 3, 2013

Through its Lend a Hand Program, Mericle employees and their families volunteered their time to make upgrades to the park on Saturday, June 1. Mericle, in cooperation with officials from Hughestown Borough, made improvements and installed new equipment throughout the park.