Business Resources Night In Sebasticook Valley will take place on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 from 6:00 – 8:30 pm at the Warsaw Middle School Gym & Cafeteria, 167 School Street, Pittsfield, Maine. Admission is free to all and anyone signing in will automatically have their name submitted for a free drawing.
The Town of Pittsfield and the Sebasticook Valley Chamber of Commerce invite the public to drop by to visit with local businesses and browse displays. There will be something of interest for everyone. The main functions of the evening are to promote businesses to the public; assist businesses to network and obtain resources; and provide an opportunity for people to learn about our region’s businesses. Admission is free.
Businesses and Resource Providers attending the Forum:
Activity Maine; A.E. Robinson Oil Company; Alicia J. Nichols Fundraising Counsel; Bill’s Better Oils; Camden National Bank; Cianbro; Eastern Maine Development Corporation; Getting LOCAL; In Good Hands Heating & Air; Insource Renewables; Kennebec Valley Community College; Key Bank; LEAN Computing For Business; Little Pictures of Maine; Maine Central Institute; Maine Procurement Technical Assistance Center; Maine Small Business Development Center; MaineStream Finance; Mainely Heat Pumps; Manpower; Mary Kay; Naturally Balanced Chiropractic; Newbody Fitness; Pampered Chef; People’s United Bank; Phenix Title Services; Pittsfield Public Library; Realty of Maine; RSU 19 Adult Ed and MSAD #53 Adult Ed; SCORE: Sebasticook Valley Chamber of Commerce; Sebasticook Valley Health; SKILLS; Small Business Administration; Somerset Economic Development Corporation; State of Maine Department of Economic & Community Development; The Masiello Group; Town of Pittsfield; United Insurance Lehr Agency; University of Maine Cooperative Extension – Food Systems and Nutrition; USDA Farm Services Agency; Vacationland Skydiving; and more to come (as of 04/06/2014)
Guest speakers later in the evening are Brian Mulligan, Governor’s Account Executive from the State of Maine Department of Economic and Community Development; William Card, Economic Development Specialist from the Small Business Administration; and Janet Roderick, Certified Business Counselor from the Maine Small Business Development Center.
For more information contact Kathryn Ruth, Pittsfield Town Manager at 487-3136 or firstname.lastname@example.org at the Pittsfield Town Office, 112 Somerset Avenue, Pittsfield.
Come learn about the region’s businesses – view products and services – pick up free resources – free raffle for a Home Earth Machine Compost Unit. Also some free give-aways from businesses and refreshments available.
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