CPBJ: Your cake designs seem to run the gamut, from designer purses, to cell phones, race cars, princess castles and even a bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken.
CPBJ: You operated out of a smaller shop in Colonial Park and stayed there for 14 years until you moved just down the road.
CPBJ: How many employees did you have in the beginning and how many do you have now?
CPBJ: What do you find challenging in this business?
Hirko takes on this new role as former CPBJ
and Parent publisher, Kathryn Ross, exits the company.
CPBJ: After leaving the House and the committee, how do you think lawmakers will proceed this year with other liquor law changes?
CPBJ: We have seen things like cigarette taxes, liquor and gambling expansions used in the last few budget cycles.
CPBJ: What is your favorite style of beer and favorite brewery to visit in Pennsylvania?
CPBJ:Do you think we will see more non-amusement additions to amusement parks, like Hersheypark, to boost their year-round appeal?
CPBJ:How has PR changed since you started 15 years ago?
CPBJ:What advice would you have for other young professionals who are getting into PR and aspire to work for big companies like Hershey Entertainment?