New staff member
BANGOR — The Greater Bangor Convention & Visitors Bureau announced that Annie Cambridge, has joined the bureau team as membership and convention sales coordinator.
Cambridge comes to the bureau from Cardinal Communications USA, a film advertising agency
in New York City, where she worked as a media planner and account manager for independent film distributors including Sony Pictures Classics, LD Entertainment and Millennium Films.
While in NYC, Cambridge was a volunteer with Learning Leaders, an organization dedicated to
engaging families and communities to support student success.
A graduate of the University of Maine, and a Bangor area native, Cambridge decided to return to her roots for the desirable quality of life here.
For information, go to VisitBangorMaine.com.
BANGOR — Rudman Winchell, Counselors at Law, announced that John K. Hamer and F. David Walker IV will join the firm as partners effective Jan. 1.
OLD TOWN — Johnson Outdoors Watercraft rolled out a new website recently, AdventureOnTheWater.com.
Through the site, the Johnson Outdoors Watercraft brands, including Old Town canoes and kayaks, will be featured.
The site will feature videos, photos and stories, created and curated by athletes and industry experts, across the company’s three brands.
At the site, consumers can learn about different boats and their applications, how to rig a kayak for their local waters, fishing and paddling techniques and more.
BANGOR — C&L Aerospace of Bangor has sold a Saab 340B aircraft to Sky Bahamas Ltd. Formerly operated by Colgan Airlines, the aircraft went into service in early December.
“This sale is an example of how C&L continues to provide our Saab 340 customers with high-quality aircraft ready for revenue service.” said Chris Kilgour, CEO of C&L Aerospace.
“Our re-marketing business continues to expand and is becoming a key part of our business,” he said. “We are constantly looking for additional aircraft to place with our loyal customers.”