Diamond DCD

DCD leads the way in distributing English-language comics and merchandise.

By Alan Dorich

From its start in a warehouse with only 17 retail customers, Diamond Comic Distributors (DCD) Inc. grew into the world’s largest distributor of English-language comics, graphic novels and related pop-culture merchandise. “Over the years, we have reinvented how we do business to meet the changes and needs of our customers (both vendor and retailer) and the ever-changing challenges in the economy,” Vice President of Operations John Wurzer declares.


Benchmark Resorts & Hotels continues to emphasize the importance

of its employees and communities as it diversifies its portfolio. By Bianca Herron

In 1980, Humberto “Burt” Cabanas founded Benchmark Resorts & Hotels. A Cuban immigrant who got his start in the hospitality industry as a pool attendant in South Beach Miami, Cabanas’ passion for the business helped launch the company, starting with a conference center.


Harvest Market implements a number of sustainable measures

to shrink its footprint while continuing to support its communities. 

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers

Harvest Market takes the better-for-you concept to a new level by focusing not only on what consumers put in their bodies, but also on how it can better the environment and communities in which it operates. As Mendocino County, Calif.’s first Certified B Corporation, the company made a commitment to use its business for good and not just a profit.

Allsop First Choice B

Allsop Inc. focuses on filling niches in the consumer products world.

By Chris Petersen

More than 50 years ago, Ivor “Buss” Allsop created the Ski Boot-In, which was a new and more effective means of drying ski boots. In time, the company that became Allsop Inc. added cleaning products for the burgeoning audio cassette and VCR market. Today, the company is known for its wide line of products that include mobile phone accessories, monitor stands, CD and DVD storage, and mousepads.

Dutchway Schaefferstown Location

Pennsylvania-based Dutch-Way Farm Market serves its community

through quality initiatives, unique recipe offerings and excellent customer service.

By Stephanie Crets

Through quality initiatives and top-notch service, Dutch-Way Farm Market always wants to do right by the customer. The company does that by serving customers in its three locations in Pennsylvania: Myerstown grocery store and restaurant; Gap grocery store, restaurant and hardware store; and Schaefferstown grocery store and restaurant – all under the Dutch-Way banner.

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