Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 40 of 47 PalletCentral • September-October 2015 41 of reusing, recycling, being earth friendly. Of course, they love the great food and friendly service, too." The restaurant's environmental ethos goes well beyond its contemporary industrial décor stylings to incorporate state-of- the-art environmental systems such as geothermal heating and rainwater recycling. "With all of our three entities, we are committed to environmentally friendly practices, from the types of cleaners we use to the conservation of water in our restrooms, turf watering practices and kitchens," said Stephanie Jordan, Spooky Nook's marketing manager. "By using repurposed building materials in our complex, restaurant and hotel, we hope to preserve not only beautiful Lancaster County, but also the history of this unique building." The Forklift & Palate Restaurant opened and began welcoming guests over the 2015 Independence Day weekend. The Spooky Nook complex, which sits on 65 acres and owes its name to its location on Spooky Nook Road, is the nation's largest total experience sports destination. The Nook hosts tournaments, leagues, camps and clinics in sports ranging from baseball, basketball, football and ice hockey to fencing, tennis, soccer and scores of other sports activities. PalletCentral continues to see wooden pallets at the center of attention in many commercial and residential spaces. Whether recycled, reused or upcycled in a variety of ways, these wooden transporters are gaining global recognition as an economical and environmentally friendly material for use in projects like The Fork & Palate Restaurant, shared with us by Denny Goshert, Pendu Manufacturing, Inc. If you've got a story lead, please contact Annette Ferri, NWPCA, at PC

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

view archives of palletcentral - September-October-2015