President, Miele Manufacturing


     Louis "Lou" Miele is the President of Miele Manufacturing and the third generation operator of Miele Amusements. Miele Amusements has been in business since 1935.

     Over 26 years in the industry, Lou previously was the designer and manufacturer of the jukebox conversion kits for TouchTunes. He also is the Vice President of MCM Elements, a state-of-the-art route management software company.

     Lou sits on the Board of Directors for Pennsylvania Amusement and Music Machine Association (PAMMA) and Amusement and Music Operators Association (AMOA).

     Lou also is responsible for bringing Pace-O-Matic's products to the market by manufacturing and representing Pace-O-Matic in sales.

     He is a graduate of Valley Forge Military Academy. He resides in Williamsport, Pa., with his wife and five children.


Public Relations, Miele Manufacturing


     Joining Miele Manufacturing in 2010, Nicole joined Lou to help with the family business after having a 15 year career in radio advertising sales and management. Nicole began managing FAST SIGNS, of Williamsport, and has since brought her public relations, marketing, and advertising expertise to Miele Manufacturing.

     Nicole is dedicated to providing positive customer experiences, raising awareness for Pennsylvania Skill, and strives to make a difference in the Williamsport community and throughout the Commonwealth through Pennsylvania Skill's Charitable Giving program.

     Outside of the office, Nicole enjoys spending time with her children, decorating, cooking, live music, singing, and acting in community theater. She sits on the board of two charitable boards and is the president of Angelina's Song, founded by Lou and Nicole in 2017, to fund music therapy for children with pediatric cancer.


Director of Sales and Services, Miele Manufacturing


     Jeff's experience in vending began at a young age when sweeping up the shop, and playing Pac-Man, to later having a full time route and training as a mechanic. During this time, he also pursued his passion of concert lighting and created his own lighting business, Accent Lighting Productions. He worked on concert lighting sets for Toni Bennett, Stevie Wonder, and a past President of the United States.

After 20 years running his own business and climbing the corporate ladder at Home Depot, Jeff rejoined the family business at Miele Manufacturing. Jeff uses his experiences to drive great customer service, deliver high-quality products, and develop relationships.

Jeff's wife, Shannon, now is the owner of their lighting company. Together, Shannon and Jeff are the parents of two children.