17 Lists for 2017 Day 6: Woman-owned businesses

The Business Journal is celebrating our upcoming Book of Lists with 17 Lists for 2017. Between now and Feb. 3, we’re posting the top five companies from 17 of our most popular lists, giving you a sneak peek of what’s coming in the 2017 Book of Lists.

Woman-owned businesses

Ranked by 2015 local revenue

No. 5: ASK Foods Inc.

  • 2015 local revenue: $51.11 million
  • Top local executive: Wendie DiMatteo Holsinger
  • Percent woman-owned: 100
  • Local employees: 363
  • Headquarters: Palmyra

No. 4: NRA Group LLC

  • 2015 local revenue: $52.4 million
  • Top local executive: Steven C. Kusic
  • Percent woman-owned: 51
  • Local employees: 189
  • Headquarters: Swatara Township

No. 3: Traffic Control Services LLC

  • 2015 local revenue: $59.73
  • Top local executive: Michele M. Doner
  • Percent woman-owned: 51
  • Local employees: 370
  • Headquarters: Swatara Township

No. 2: Karns Prime & Fancy Food Ltd.

  • 2015 local revenue: $135 million
  • Top local executive: D. Scott Karns
  • Percent woman-owned: 50
  • Local employees: 1,224
  • Headquarters: Silver Spring Township

No. 1: Dutch Gold Honey Inc.

  • 2015 local revenue: $180.12 million
  • Top local executive: Nancy J. Gamber Olcott
  • Percent woman-owned: 67
  • Local employees: 68
  • Headquarters: East Hempfield Township

Click here to see an alphabetical directory of the complete list (more than 100 companies) or submit a survey to make sure your firm is considered for the next list, which will publish in March.

Alaine Keisling
Alaine Keisling is the Business Journal's researcher. If you have a question about any of our lists, email her at akeisling@cpbj.com. For a survey form, click here.

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