May 25, 2018
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Comments for: Etna butcher shop back in business after January fire that destroyed building

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  • A real smoke house?  I’m impressed, nothing like real smoked bacon instead of the chemical injected smoke flavoring, best of luck to this business.

  • The place I work for did some of the work, the real trickle down economy does not come from millionaires, but small businesses.

    •  3 or 4 employees and this  business could easily be in the same tax bracket as every Dem “tax the rich” proposal made in the last 20 years.

  • Guest

    Every business would love to have the reputation he apparently has. Good luck to him!

  • Just picked up my pig from them for my pig roast this weekend.  The facility is excellent and they did an excellent job and are very nice to do business with.  I will be going back there for sure. Im happy to support a Maine Small Business….especially one that is 5th gen family run business.  

  • Anonymous

    I’ll make it a point to buy from this business.
    So glad he was able to rebuild in these tough economic times.
    Good luck, Mr. Watson.

  • Anonymous

    Good luck and good to hear a nice
    story coming out of all this.

  • Anonymous

    I’ve been doing business with Watsons for years. They deliver what they promise, on time at a fair price. They’re a hard working team with a clean and accessible facility. Congratulations on reopening and I look forward to doing business with you for years to come.

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