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Trip Proves Cerebral Palsy is a Non-factor for Newville Area DJ

By Tyler Miles

Cerebral palsy isn’t enough to hold back Dillon Strouse, the founder and owner of Strouse Entertainment, who on Jan. 12 attended a small business roundtable held at the White House in Washington D.C.

The roundtable was orchestrated by the Obama Administration and Thumbtack, which, according to a news release, is “a consumer service that helps millions of people accomplish the personal projects that are central to their lives.”

Those invited to attend the roundtable discussed with Washington policy makers the challenges and experiences small business owners face in today’s economy.

“This trip is a great chance to help create job opportunities for others,” said Strouse. “I am excited about the chance to help others start and grow their businesses.”

Strouse was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, a congenital disorder that affects the muscles and motor skills, at Penn State Hershey Medical Center when was just 10 months old.

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