Search Results
Schultz Electric
5533 Chestnut St, Emmaus, PA 18049
Schultz Electric is outside of Emmaus on Chestnut Street/Route 100/29 South. Schultz offers GE and Maytag sales, serviceMore and delivery.
Bachman Auto Repair & Service
5421 Chestnut St, Emmaus, PA 18049
This family owned and operated service center is located on Chestnut Street/Route 29 South (just past the Route 100More intersection). A Pennsylvania inspection and emission location, Bachman prides itself on providing personalized, expert mechanical services.
Aunt Daisy's
5412a Shimerville Rd, Emmaus, PA 18049
Aunt Daisy's is a country home store located in a mid-19th century barn on the corner of Route 29 and Shimerville RoadMore in Emmaus. Aunt Daisy's offers home furnishings such as lighting, artwork, textiles and furniture, all set in a rustic, country style. An online catalogue and complete company information can be found on the Aunt Daisy's website.
McKeever Custom Choppers
4045 Chestnut St, Emmaus, PA 18049
Founded in 1987, McKeever Custom Choppers provides the Emmaus area with custom motorcycles and rebuilds. Whether youMore want a new bike or have an old one you need to have fix up, McKeever strives to meet all of your Harley needs. McKeever Custom Chopper can be found on Chestnut Street/Route 29 South, across from the Chestnut Court shopping center.
4042 Chestnut St, Emmaus, PA 18049
Yocco's, also known as the Hot Dog King, is a family-owned business that has been serving Lehigh ValleyMore residents its hot dogs and famous sauce since 1922. The South Side location, on Route 29 and Buckeye Road is a local landmark. Eat in, take out, and drive-thru options are all available. You can even order the fixings to make Yocco's hot dogs at home.
Upper Milford Western District Fire Co. No. 1
6341 Chestnut St, Zionsville, PA 18092
Just as Upper Milford's other fire company is simply known as Vera Cruz, this one is called Old Zionsville. ItsMore volunteer firefighters respond to about 115 calls a year in the western part of the township. It is located along Routes 29/100 just south of Old Zionsville. The fire chief is Joseph Kernick. Up to 250 people come to the fire station the first Sunday  of every month to enjoy an all-you-can eat breakfast buffet, including eggs made to order. It's one of the company's major fund raisers. The station is currently seeking new recruits. 
See more »