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January 12, 2017

Prepping for the Philly Womens March

Philly women are getting ready to march on Trump’s first day as president:

April 28, 2016

Jared Kushner, Piazza at Schmidt’s/The Schmidt’s Commons

Jared Kushner is, of course, Trump’s son-in-law and trusted advisor. In 2013, Kushner invested in the Piazza at Schmidts/The Schmidt’s Commons and Liberties Walk with Oaktree Capital Management when developer Bart Blatstein sold 60% of his interest in the properties.

Address: 1001 N 2nd Street, Piazza at Schmidts/The Schmidt’s Commons
Phone number: 215-825-7552, Piazza at Schmidts/The Schmidt’s Commons Residential Leasing Cente

April 28, 2016

Howard Marks & Bruce Karsh, Oaktree Capital Management & Piazza at Schmidt’s/The Schmidt’s Commons

Billionaire investors Howard Marks and Bruce Karsh are Co-Chairmen of the enormous, Los Angeles-based private equity firm Oaktree Capital Management. In 2013, they invested in Philadelphia’s Piazza at Schmidts/The Schmidt’s Commons and Liberties Walk with Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner.

Address: 1001 N 2nd Street, Piazza at Schmidts/The Schmidt’s Commons

Phone number: (213) 830-6300, Oaktree Capital Management headquarters

April 28, 2016

George Norcross, Conner Strong & Buckelew

According to The Philadelphia Inquirer, George Norcross is “a South Jersey Democratic power broker and insurance tycoon.” He is a member of Mar-a-Lago and a longtime friend of Trump. According to an article in The Palm Beach Daily News, Norcross consulted Trump when he and his wife bought a $10.9 million home on luxurious Everglades Island in Palm Beach.

Address: 50 N 16th St #3600, Conner Strong & Buckelew Philadelphia office

Phone number: (267) 702-1400, Conner Strong & Buckelew Philadelphia office
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April 28, 2016

Bruce Toll, Toll Brothers & BET Investments

Bruce Toll is the co-founder of Toll Brothers, a Pennsylvania-based luxury homebuilder with properties across the United States. He retired from the Toll Brothers board last year and is now a principal at BET Investments, a real estate investment firm that owns, manages, and develops office buildings, retail complexes, and apartment buildings. Toll is a member of Mar-a-Lago. He told The New York Times that he owns a home near Mar-a-Lago and frequently interacts with Trump at the private club. According to The New York Times, “While [the two] did not discuss any of Mr. Toll’s specific projects, [Toll] said, the two would occasionally discuss national issues, such as Mr. Trump’s plans to increase spending on highways and other infrastructure projects. ‘Maybe you ought to do this or that,’ Mr. Toll said of the kind of advice that Mr. Trump got from club members.”

Address: 200 Witmer Road #200, BET Investments office

Phone number: 215-938-7300

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April 28, 2016

Eric Foss, Aramark

Eric Foss is the Chairman, President, and CEO of Aramark. Aramark is a prison profiteer corporation; it operates commissaries, laundry facilities, kitchens, and facility management for more than 500 prisons in the United States. Aramark’s Healthcare and Correctional Services Businesses generate approximately $2.4 billion in annual revenue. Earlier this year, Aramark won a three-year, $154 million food-procurement and management contract for 26 PA state correctional facilities. Aramark is therefore poised to profit from Trump’s promises to crack down on crime and “illegal immigration”– which translate into putting more people behind bars. Foss is also a member of the Business Roundtable, the Jamie Dimon- headed corporate trade group that is looking to re-make itself into an influential powerhouse in the Trump era in order to take full advantage of Trump’s “pro-business agenda.”

Address: 1101 Market Street, Aramark Global headquarters

Phone number: (937) 660-4708


April 28, 2016

Philip Rinaldi, Retired Chairman and CEO of Philadelphia Energy Solutions

Phil Rinaldi is the retired Chairman and CEO of Philadelphia Energy Solutions, the largest oil refining complex on the East Coast. For the last several years, he has also been the architect and public cheerleader of a plan to make Philadelphia an “energy hub,” vastly expanding dirty oil and gas infrastructure in the region. In October, he contributed the maximum amount of $5,000 to Trump’s transition fundraising committee, Trump for America.

Address: 1735 Market Street, 11th floor, Philadelphia Energy Solutions headquarters

Phone number: 215-339-1200


April 28, 2016

Joshua Harris, Apollo Global Management & The Philadelphia 76ers (Wells Fargo Center)

Joshua Harris is a billionaire Co-founder and Senior Managing Director of private equity giant Apollo Global Management. He also owns the Philadelphia 76ers. In March, he was among a handful of business leaders who met with Trump to discuss the President’s infrastructure plan, which private equity firms including Apollo stand to make enormous profits from. It seems the meeting (and Trump’s ongoing close relationships with private equity billionaires, including Stephen Schwarzman of Blackstone) is paying off for private equity; Trump’s tax plan maintains key tax loopholes for private equity firms and it is becoming increasingly clear that the Trump agenda of corporate de-regulation will enrich private equity billionaires including Harris.

Address: 3601 S Broad St, Wells Fargo Center

Phone number: (212) 515-3200


April 28, 2016

Jay Weitzman, Park America

Jay Weitzman is the President and Founder of Park America, a parking management company based in Bala Cynwyd. The company has 10 parking garages across Philadelphia, as well as additional locations in New Jersey, Delaware, Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia, and Florida. In December, Weitzman contributed $25,000 to Trump’s inaugural fundraising committee.

Address: 1 Bala Avenue #500, Bala Cynwyd, PA, Park America headquarters

Phone number: (610) 617-2100


April 28, 2016

John McNesby, Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #5

John McNesby is the President of Philadelphia’s police union, the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #5. Like the national FOP, the Philadelphia police union endorsed Trump for president. McNesby is also one of several FOP leaders who recently met with Trump, Pence, and Sessions for a “listening session.”

Address: 11630 Caroline Road, FOP Lodge #5

Phone number: 215-629-3600, FOP Lodge #5


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