Sure, the economy might still be struggling, with unemployment above 7.5 percent statewide, but that hasn’t discouraged 70-year-old Stanley Deimler Sr., who will hold a grand opening Friday for his latest business venture.
Where most people see golf carts as a means of transporting their clubs around the links, Deimler sees a business opportunity in the high-end custom golf cart market.
Deimler’s company, Keystone Golf Carts, refurbishes golf carts for use around farms and camps. The golf cart businesses is a side venture from his Enola-based hardware store on Route 15.
I just spoke with Stanley Deimler, and unfortunately, the business doesn’t yet a website.