Precision Eye Group received a $496,000 loan through the NEPA Alliance Business Finance Corporation and the SBA 504 Program as part of a total project costing $1,241,050 for the purchase of land, equipment, and construction of a new building to house their practice. Other project funds consisted of loan funds from The Honesdale National Bank and an equity injection from the owner.
Precision Eye Group is owned by Dr. Frank Dzwieleski and Dr. Matt Corso, who have managed the practice since 2005. Prior to this loan, the business operated at two locations in Honesdale and Dingmans Ferry. With the assistance of SBA 504 funds administered through NEPA Alliance BFC, the business was able to construct a new location to meet the existing demand for their services and allow both doctors to maximize their time with their patients at one location.
Precision Eye Group has offered professional eye care to residents of Honesdale, PA and surrounding areas for over 25 years, and the practice is focused on 100% patient satisfaction. The business offers the traditional services expected from the family optometrist including eye/vision exams, glasses and frames, and contacts and other similar products. The practice also offers advanced technology screenings, vision therapy, and preventative practices with the most up-to-date technology in the area.
NEPA Alliance is a full service economic development lender offering eleven (11) low interest loan programs for job creation and job retention in our region.
Pictured from left: Brian Field, Wayne County Treasurer; Steve Ursich, NEPA Alliance; Andrew Seder, Senator Lisa Baker’s Office; Jack McNulty, Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry; Mark Graziadio, NEPA Executive Committee; Dr. Frank Dzwieleski, Precision Eye Group; Craig Rickard, Wayne County Planning Commission; Dr. Matt Corso, Precision Eye Group; State Representative Jonathan Fritz; Dr. Brad Sparks, Precision Eye Group; Wayne County Commissioner Joe Adams; Jeffrey Box, NEPA Alliance; Wayne County Commissioner Wendell Kay; Wayne County Commissioner Brian Smith; and Mike Rollison, The Honesdale National Bank.