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Dividends--March 2006

President's Message
by Dick Ingram

In last month's message, I talked about our upcoming Small Business Roundtable. This month I am here to tell you how inspired I was by the panel and the audience at the February breakfast forum. An offering of the Bank of America Speaker Series, the panel was moderated by Mary Collins from the New Hampshire Small Business Development Center. The panelists were Ed Hayes from Ricci Lumber, Jeanine Sylvester from Runner's Alley and Bill Hurley from Infinite Imaging.

While only three could sit on the panel, I think they admirably represented the indomitable entrepreneurial spirit that thrives in Portsmouth and throughout the Seacoast. We all know the statistics about how most of us work at small, locally owned businesses. Retail stores and restaurants, law and insurance offices, craftspeople and services of all kinds make up the mix of a healthy and vital community. My career has included experience in very large organizations as well as small. I also count many small business owners as friends and associates, so I am keenly aware of the special talents needed to create a business from scratch, or as Jeanine noted in the forum, "letting an idea get out of control". I salute our panelists and the many small business owners in Greater Portsmouth; you make this community what it is.

We often overlook the importance of, and underestimate, the contributions that our small and medium-sized businesses make to the community. They create the diversity and vitality we all enjoy and characterize a work ethic that breeds success and economic vitality. That work ethic was evident in the room at the breakfast forum where panelists outlined their secrets to success-a sense of humor, a willingness to take risks, belief in an idea, and an ironclad will to overcome all obstacles. We were all delighted to see so many new faces in the audience. Our panel not only gave us good advice about running a local business, they also gave us good advice about life. Some examples of their wisdom-refocus to meet change, develop a sense of humor, because you are going to make mistakes; stay humble, because you are always learning; and find good advisors and mentors-and trust them.

The legislative session is grinding towards its mid-point and your Chamber has been actively engaged in the debates on the bills we have been following. Bills related to workforce housing have met with resistance. Local initiatives offer promise but this is an issue that continues to cry for broad support. I am pleased to say that we are at the forefront of the conversation on this and will continue to advocate for a solution. A bill that would have allowed chamber members to purchase their health insurance as part of a Chamber-sponsored alliance was killed. This was due in part because many wanted the beneficial effects of last session's reform to further take affect before other changes were enacted. You will recall that your Chamber was a leader in the fight to reverse the exorbitant rate increases we experienced on the Seacoast. We will continue to monitor healthcare-related issues and advocate on your behalf. Other legislation that would provide tax credits to companies that promote shared commuting costs and raise the dropout age to 18 continues to be on our work list. If there are other issues and policy proposals that you believe we should be following, let me know.

Over the next several months the chamber board and staff will be conducting a serious effort to evaluate our "brand image" and how effectively we communicate with our members and other stakeholders. Doing this well is critical to how well we serve the needs of our membership. This will involve a lot of listening. We will be engaging members, non-members and other stakeholders in focus groups that will help us understand what we do well, what we don't do well and what you would have us do that we aren't yet focused on. We need your input, and in some cases we will call upon your expertise to help us through this process. We have an excellent committee forming on this that is led by board member Diane Devine of High Liner Foods. Diane brings extraordinary skill and experience to the Chamber and we look forward to a process that will put us in a position to serve you better than we ever have.

Finally, we have a lot of exciting happenings coming down the road for the chamber and its members. Many of the upcoming events are described elsewhere in this newsletter. High on your list of things to do should be to make a note on your calendar now for our Annual Dinner. This year it will be held on June 15th and will feature singer/songwriter/advocate for the arts Livingston Taylor. Details are being finalized as I write this column, but this promises to be a terrific night and a special way to celebrate your success!

I salute our small business owners for your creativity, hard work and entrepreneurial spirit. Thank you for making our community so special.


Chamber News

First Seminar in Year of
ConneXions Series March 16

Learn How to Move from Fear to Fun
in the World of Networking

Learn to go from "fear to fun" at the first session of the Year of ConneXions Seminar Series set for 8-10 a.m., March 16 at the NH Community Technical College which is located on the Pease Tradeport. The seminar is underwritten by Federal Savings Bank and organized by the Chamber's Business Development Committee.

The program, entitled Networking for ConneXions-Fear to Fun, will explore the myths about networking and present new ideas to improve a person's networking skills and powerful methods to meet potential clients. Presenters include Debra Tuttle, business operations manager for Key Partners; and Mike Liston and Val Wilson, owners of Off the Wall Productions, regular contributors to the fun behind the scenes at the Today Show.

Other topics will include a discussion of the Top 10 dos and don'ts of networking. More details on the seminar series may be found online at www.portsmouthchamber.org/yoc1.cfm
.

Admission to the event is $10 for members and $15 for nonmembers. Those interested in attending may register online at www.portsmouthchamber.org/yoc1.cfm
 or contact Maureen Arsenault, Chamber visitor center supervisor, at (603) 610-5513 or [email protected].

Board, Volunteers Lead
Membership Drive Effort

Benefits for New Members
Extended Thru End of March

New and prospective members were definitely "feeling the love" on Valentine's Day as the Chamber kicked off its first membership drive in more than five years. The two-day phone drive, supported by members of the Chamber board of directors and volunteers, initially netted nearly 30 new members in the two days with 17 pending, and more than 50 prospects who asked for more information.

"Over the past two months, we identified more than 750 seacoast businesses that would benefit from the programs and services we offer," said Kendra Frangos, Chamber membership manager. Volunteers will be following up on those leads over the next month answering questions and tying up loose ends. We hope to have a final figure on the outcome of the drive by the end of March."

Joining incentives for new members who sign up before the end of March include: the waiving of the customary $25 application fee, a free web link for a year ($100 value), 40 percent off the first purchase of the Chamber's database list ($100 value), 40 percent off the purchase of a Dividends newsletter flyer ($120 value), two free tickets to a Chamber breakfast forum ($30 value) and other promotional gift certificates and discounts from local businesses like the Lollipop Tree and Best Buy for Business.

The Chamber thanks the following for their efforts during the calling phase of the drive: board members Lisa Grella, Dave Mullen, Renee' Riedel, John Lyons, Kathleen Lewis, Lisa DeStefano and Noel Graydon; and TD Banknorth volunteers Carolyn Cloutier, Beth Tuttle, Everett Eaton, Gail Marino and Mike Guarino.

Those who refer prospects get 10-percent of their prospects' dues credited to their account. Those interested in submitting a potential candidate may contact Frangos at (603) 610-5518 or [email protected]
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Chamber Tourism Reps
Travel to ABA Conference

Group Working to Lure Bus
Charter Market to Seacoast


A team from the Chamber recently traveled to Nashville, Tenn. to expound the virtues of Portsmouth to more than 3,500 tour operators attending the American Bus Association's Marketplace Convention. Jane Dodge, Best Western Wynwood Hotel; Vernon Briggs, Hampton Inn; and Marge Hubbard, the Chamber's tourism manager, represented the Seacoast at the event where they participated in numerous seven-minute, face-to-face appointments with the tour operators.

Over the course of the six-day conference, each tour operator met with more than 150 vendors. "The feedback we heard was that tour operators are looking for experiential, hands-on and behind the scenes type tours," said Hubbard. "They want to offer something that individual visitors cannot do on their own and requested that we send them day-long, themed itineraries that they can promote to their clientele." Some suggestions included culinary tours, soft adventure outings involving kayaking, hiking, biking and fishing; garden tours, girls' getaways, arts venue tours and many others. "In addition, many tour operators wanted to know about restaurants and lodging properties that can accommodate their groups," said Hubbard.

Members who have ideas for other themed tours, would like to be included as a part of a tour, or who would like the Chamber to recommend their restaurants, hotels or inns to tour operators, may contact Hubbard at (603)610-5517 or e-mail [email protected].

Hubbard met with more than 50 tour operators during the conference. She plans to follow up with them periodically by sending new itineraries and reminding them of what Portsmouth and the Seacoast have to offer. Members who would like to learn more about effectively promoting their businesses to this market, should plan to attend the 5th Annual Tourism Summit set for April 3 at the Music Hall. ABA President Peter Pantuso will be on hand at the event to talk about the needs of his industry. To sign up for the summit, visit www.portsmouthchamber.org/tourismsummit2006.cfm
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Cast Your Vote for
This Year's Annual Awards

Chamber Seeks Nominations for
Citizen, Business Awards


Although this year's annual dinner is still several months away, the Chamber board urges members to forward nominations for citizen, business and small business of the year. Deadline for submissions is April 28. Winners will be announced at the annual dinner set for June 15.

Nomination guidelines are currently available on the Chamber's website at www.portsmouthchamber.org/annualawards2006.cfm
.

Citizen of the year nominees must be adult residents of the Seacoast areas of New Hampshire and Maine with activities centered in those areas. Business of the year awards are given to Chamber member businesses deemed most deserving of recognition for community service and involvement. Criteria includes leadership within the community, generosity relative to community relations, corporate giving and business ethics.

For more details, contact the Chamber at (603) 610-5513.

Coastline Magazine Ad
Sales Now Underway

Be the First to Make a Big
Impression on Newcomers

Ad sales for Coastline Magazine, the region's most comprehensive relocation and business-to-business guide, are currently underway. Ad space is now available to Chamber members interested in being the first to make a lasting impression on individuals and businesses moving into the Greater Portsmouth area, and fellow colleagues.

Thousands of magazines are mailed out each year to prospective new businesses and residents through the Chamber, the Pease Development Authority, NH DRED, the City of Portsmouth and the many real estate companies that service the Greater Seacoast area. The contents are also available to a worldwide audience through the Chamber's Internet web site at www.portsmouthchamber.org
. This year's rates have been held to last year's prices, so don't miss this chance to take advantage of this award-winning relocation and business-to-business guide.

To find out more about the benefits of advertising in Coastline, contact Kendra Frangos, the Chamber's membership development manager, at (603) 610-5518 or [email protected]
. To see a list of last year's advertisers, or to download a rate sheet and contract, visit www.portsmouthchamber.org/coastline2006.cfm.


Chamber Events

Small Business Owners Share
Success Secrets at Forum

Pampering Customers, Knowing Market,
Hard Work Vital

Keeping dedicated and talented employees, finding ways to reinvent a business when necessary and "wearing all the hats" were just a few of the challenges voiced at the Small Business Challenges Breakfast Forum held Feb. 15 at the Frank Jones Center in Portsmouth. The event, part of the Bank of America Speaker Series, featured business owners Ed Hayes, Ricci Lumber; Jeanine Sylvester, Runners Alley; and Bill Hurley, Infinite Imaging, as well as NH Small Business Development Center Director Mary Collins who moderated the discussion.

A common theme among the group was that good people make a business work. Hurley said that, "people buy from people" so it's important to develop a "customer-centered" culture. "Everyone in the shop approaches the job like they're an owner, so they know they don't have to ask me about every little thing. They know that as long as they always do what's right for the customer, it's never wrong. Sylvester echoed that sentiment saying, "the best way for us to beat our competitors is by providing service and knowledge that you won't find in some of the other stores that offer athletic equipment. She said that having knowledgeable and talented employees is really their only edge over the "Big Box" stores since they can't compete on price.

Hayes said its important in business "not to sweat the small stuff." He related a story about a miss-marked item that cost him $10,000 a year in sales. He said he had a customer one day that found a $50 item marked as $15. When he told the person he wouldn't let him have it for that price, "the guy never came back. I learned a valuable lesson that day."

Other questions dealt with picking the right name for a business, whether the type of person who starts a business is the one who can make it grow and prosper, and what things were most important to think about when starting a new business.

Parting advice from the group: never give up (sometimes the rewards are a long time coming), maintain a good sense of humor and positive attitude (because it carries over to the employees and customers); find a good lawyer, accountant, banker and mentor, ask a lot of questions before diving in, take good care of your employees, and know and cultivate your market.

For more on the forum, visit the Chamber library at www.portsmouthchamber.org/library.cfm
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Portsmouth Brewery Hosts
Mardi Gras Style Party

Brew, Beads, Celebration Mark
February After Hours


It was standing room only Feb. 23 as more than 200 Chamber members and guests converged on the Portsmouth Brewery for a Mardi Gras Style Business After Hours celebration.

Owner Peter Egelston welcomed the crowd and invited them to enjoy the "best of his brewpub." Throughout the evening, brewery staff squeezed through the mass of humanity wielding trays loaded with shrimp, hors d'ouevres and other treats from the menu. And bead-laden guests mingled and networked against a backdrop of colorful Mardi Gras decorations.

A few in the crowd had even more reason for celebration after winning a host of doorprizes and the 50/50 cash prize raffle drawing. James Pappas, Source Real Estate, picked up a "growler" full of the pub's brew; Steve Scott, The Provident Bank, won an honorary one-year membership in the Imperial Pint Club; Briar Golden, Ameriprise Financial, drew won free rental of the Brewery's Jimmy LaPanza Lounge; Nina Cutts, also from The Provident, walked away with a fruit basket courtesy of Edible Arrangements; Brian Cressy, Green Horizon Landscaping, picked up a Brewery sweatshirt; and Diane Kelly Teft, DKT Interiors drew a sweatshirt with the Smuttyhose moniker. Becky Nealand, American Home Mortgage, won the $200, 50/50 raffle.


Movers & Shakers

Denise Brown, Seacoast artist and co-owner of Adcetera Graphics, has been selected as one of 20 finalists in the 2006 "Trail of Painted Ponies" national art competition. She is the only New England artist among the top 20 contenders. Brown had two months to transfer her 2D design to a three dimensional 2.5 by 2-foot bonded marble pony sculpture provided by the Trail of Painted Ponies company located in Scottsdale, Arizona. The whole world is eligible to vote on-line from April 15-30. Voting will be followed by a gala unveiling of all 20 ponies in May 2006 in Scottsdale. The winning pony with go on a one year tour across America and be reproduced as the next Trail of Painted Ponies sculpture. Brown invites Chamber members to view her pony at www.trailofpaintedponies.com and to vote. Brown's other work may be viewed at www.raccoonstudios.com.

Erika Drake, of 1081 State Road in Eliot was recently named Marshwood High School Trig-Star Champion for 2006. Ambit Engineering of Portsmouth sponsored the local competition and awarded a $100 scholarship to Drake who will now be able to compete in the Maine Trig-Star competition. The contest is sponsored nationally by the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS), and is administered by the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping (ACSM). More information about the contest is available on the ACSM web site at www.acsm.net/trigstar/index. For more information on Ambit Engineering, visit www.ambitengineering.com.

Noreen Owens, Hanna Somatics, invites Chamber members to try one of her back pain relief workshops in March. The seminar is designed to help attendees release tight back muscles and learn to improve on their own. The sessions are scheduled for 6-8 p.m., March 10, at Spinnaker Point Adult Recreation Center in Portsmouth; March 16 at the Stratham Parks & Recreation Department; and March 20 at Kittery Recreation Department. For more information call (603)772-3307 or visit www.owensomatics.com.

Heartwood Media has once again been selected to produce the opening video for the "Breakfast with the Best" event hosted by NH Businesses for Social Responsibility and Business NH Magazine. The program salutes the 10 best businesses to work for in New Hampshire, and provides a forum for discussing workplace issues. For more on the agency, visit www.heartwoodmedia.com.

Infinite Imaging recently welcomed Robert "Bob" Loch as its new marketing and business development manager. Loch is responsible for creating a "one-stop shopping" approach for Infinite Imaging's three locations in Portsmouth, the Pease Tradeport and York, Maine. In addition, Loch will be responsible for cross-selling products into vertical markets. Before joining Infinite Imaging, Loch spent over four years in sales at Randall Press in Portsmouth. Prior to that, he owned and operated the longstanding Strawberry Bank Print Shop. For more on the company, visit www.infiniteimaging.com
.

New Generation Shelter is gearing up for its 14th Annual Auction to raise money for its programs that benefit homeless pregnant women and mothers of young children. The event will be held April 22 at Faro Gardens on Route 1, Hampton Falls. The agency invites Chamber members to contribute to this year's auction event. Those interested may contact New Generation for more information at (603) 436-4989 or [email protected]. For more on the group, visit www.newgenerationinc.org.

Standard & Poor's Rating Services recently raised its ratings on Chittenden Corp., parent company of Ocean National Bank. The ratings action, taken on Feb. 10, raised the ratings on Chittenden and its subsidiaries from 'BBB' to 'BBB+,' with a stable outlook for solid financial performance in the future. Ocean National is a locally managed commercial banking company headquartered in Portsmouth, NH, with more than $1.6 billion in assets and 36 branches in New Hampshire and southern Maine. For more information about the bank and its services, visit www.eOcean.com.

Portsmouth Computer Group, an on-call IT services company, recently appointed Kevin Plona to the position of client services manager. Plona will manage PCG's technical service department and address PCG's client service needs related to security, responsiveness, remote access and support. He will also help optimize PCG's delivery of new information technology products and services for PCG clients, and oversee customer service for Click'n Fix. Click'n Fix is an "in-home" computer services company that brings PCG's expertise and quality customer service to the home computer and home office users. For more on PCG, visit www.pcgIT.com.

Attorney David A. Anderson, a commercial litigator, was recently named a partner at Pierce Atwood, LLP. Anderson handles cases in New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts. He works from the law firm's Portsmouth office where he represents both multinational corporations and smaller companies in a wide range of complex commercial disputes involving unfair business practices and trade secrets, lender disclosure and notification requirements, unemployment taxation, distribution agreements, products liability and other general contract claims. For more on the firm, visit www.pierceatwood.com.

Seacoast Events' Scott Marshall, owner, and Courtney Curran, assistant event coordinator, recently completed a certificate program in special events planning. According to Marshall, the additional training will assist Seacoast Events' staff in continuing to provide high quality, detail-oriented service to their clients. Seacoast Events specializes in event planning for businesses, corporations, non-profit groups and individuals. For more on the agency, visit www.seacoastevents.net or call (978) 462-6877.

Seacoast Land Trust recently welcomed Kristen Grubbs as its new executive director. Former Executive Director Danna Truslow, who served in that position for the past five years, will continue her affiliation with the organization as an active volunteer while pursuing graduate studies in hydrology at the University of New Hampshire. Before taking her current position, Grubbs worked for three and a half years as land protection project manager for the Monadnock Conservancy in southwest New Hampshire. While there, she worked with private landowners conveying conservation easements, as well as with town boards and volunteers on land conservation projects. For more on Grubbs and the Seacoast Land Trust, visit www.seacoastlandtrust.org.


Chamber Calendar 

Breakfast Forum with
NH Public Radio President


7:30-9 a.m., Wednesday, March 15
Frank Jones Center
[Route 1 Bypass, Portsmouth, NH]

Make plans to attend the March breakfast forum featuring New Hampshire Public Radio President and General Manager Betsy Gardella. She is expected to talk about the organization's role in today's media and its recent $300,000 broadcast signal enhancement program for Portsmouth and Nashua. The forum is a part of the Bank of America Speaker Series.

Gardella is a public radio veteran with more than 20 years experience leading non-profit arts and media organizations in New York and Minnesota including the New York Shakespeare Festival, National Dance Institute, the National Alliance of Breast Cancer Organizations, and the Minnesota Opera.

She served as executive vice president and chief operating officer of public radio station WNYC Radio in New York City where she helped lead the station through its historic transition from municipal to community licensee, completed a $20-million license purchase campaign, and shaped the effort to rebuild the station after its transmitting equipment was destroyed on Sept. 11, 2001.

Cost of the breakfast is $12 for Chamber members and $15 for nonmembers.

First ConneXions Seminar
Learn How to Move From Fear
to Fun in the World of Networking

7:30 -9 a.m., Thursday, March 16
NH CommunityTechnical College
320 Corporate Dr., Pease Tradeport

Join us for the first Year of ConneXions seminar and learn how to go from "fear to fun" in the world of networking. The seminar, underwritten by Federal Savings Bank and organized by the Chamber's Business Development Committee, is set for 8-10 a.m., March 16 at the NH Community Technical College located on the Pease Tradeport.

This first program in the series will explore the myths about networking and present new ideas to improve a person's networking skills and powerful methods to meet potential clients. Presenters include Debra Tuttle, business operations manager for Key Partners; and Mike Liston and Val Wilson, owners of Off the Wall Productions, regular contributors to the fun behind the scenes at the Today Show. Other topics will include a discussion of the Top 10 dos and don'ts of networking.

More details on the seminar series may be found online at www.portsmouthchamber.org/yoc1.cfm. Admission to the event is $10 for members and $15 for nonmembers. Those interested in attending may register online at www.portsmouthchamber.org/yoc1.cfm or call Maureen Arsenault, Chamber visitor center supervisor, at (603) 610-5513 or [email protected]
.

Mid-Day Meet Networking
Connect and Network
at the Mid-Day Meet

11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Friday, March 17
Two International Group
1 New Hampshire Ave., 3rd Floor, Pease Int'l Tradeport

Mark your calendar to attend the March Mid-day Meet. The conversation is facilitated by volunteers to make it easy and fun to learn about other participants and those with whom they do business. Attendees will also get a chance to share their business stories and who they'd like to do business with. There's also a "lightning round" where almost anything goes. The networking forum usually draws more than 30 people, so come early to get a seat. Those with questions may contact Maureen Arsenault at (603) 610-5513 or [email protected].

Business After Hours at
Two International Group's
Mancester Square


5-7 p.m., Thursday, March 23
Two International Group
Manchester Square, Pease Int'l Tradeport

Engage your inner child with an evening of exploration and fun featuring a prize-laden Easter Egg hunt and tours of the Manchester Square Complex at the March Business After Hours. Renee' Riedel and the crew at Two International Group also promise a smorgasbord of culinary delights and refreshments, music and entertainment. Don't miss this winter evening's chance to warm up to the folks serving the Pease International Tradeport including CB Richard Ellis, Countrywide Home Loans, Dr. Carmen Santana, DMD, P.A.; and Service Credit Union. Admission is a business card.

5th Annual Tourism Summit
Mark Your Calendar Now

For a Day of Enlightenment

1-5:30 p.m., Monday, April 3
The Music Hall
28 Chestnut St., Portsmouth, NH

Positioning Your Business in a Growth Climate and Getting to Success are the main topics planned for this year's 5th Annual Tourism Summit set for 1-5:30 p.m., April 3 at The Music Hall in Portsmouth. The event is underwritten by Public Service of NH.

The "Tourism Town Hall" will feature a host of local tourism-related business celebrities who'll be sharing their expertise as members of two panel discussions, and American Bus Association President Peter Pantuso who will be talking about opportunities within the group tour market.

Some of the local notables expected at this year's event include Jay McSharry, owner of several popular local restaurants including Radici and Jumpin Jays; and Water Country's Richard Samuels. Other speakers include Alice DeSousa, director of the New Hampshire Department of Travel and Tourism; Sean O'Kane, former commissioner of the NH Department of Resources and Economic Development; and Karen Ida Peterson, one of the country's top tourism marketing experts. The event will also feature the newly formed Seacoast Music Collaborative, which will unveil a new marketing brochure aimed at making the Seacoast's many music venues a destination in themselves, and a silent auction.

The day will conclude with a reception from 4:15-5:30 p.m. To register, see the summit brochure flyer included in this issue of Dividends or sign up online at www.portsmouthchamber.org/tourismsummit2006.cfm. For more information, contact Marge Hubbard at (603) 610-5517 or [email protected]
.


New Members

Crystal By the Sea
Craft Galleries, gifts, jewelers
39 Hampton Meadows
Greenland, NH 03842
Phone: 603-531-3814
Web: www.crystalsbythesea.net

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Jeannie Sangenario

Depot Honda Kawasaki
Motorcycle dealerships
50 Lafayette Rd.
Rye, NH 03870
Phone: 603-964-7474
Fax: (603) 964-7280
Web: www.depothonda.com

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Cindy Mailloux

Goodall Hospital
Hospitals, non-Profit
organizations

25 June Street
Sanford, NH 04073
Phone: (207) 324-4310
Web: www.goodallhospital.org

Email: [email protected]

Contact: David Mount

Jamie Belilah Expert
European Skin Care

Skin care
558 Islington Street
Portsmouth, NH 03801
Phone: (603) 430-0005
Web: www.experteuropeanskincare.com

Contact: Jamie Belilah

Jewelry by the Sea
Gifts, jewelers, retail
25 Sagamore Road
Rye, NH 03870
Phone: (603) 969-4790
Email: [email protected]

Contact: Sandra Acox

JSA Architects
Architects, interior design
55 Green St.
Portsmouth, NH 03801
Phone: (603) 436-2551
Fax: (603) 436-6973
Web: www.jsainc.com

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Laura Malloy

Moe's Italian
Sandwich Shop

Caterers, restaurants
22 Daniel St.
Portsmouth, NH 03801
Phone: (603) 436-2327
Web: www.moesitaliansandwiches.com

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Cheryl Pagano

New Hampshire
Distributors, Inc.
Beverage distributors,
breweries, distributors

PO Box 267
Concord, NH 03302-0267
Phone: (603) 224-9991
Fax: (603) 234-8306
Web: www.abwholesaler.com/nhdist

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Sara Hamilton

Port City Air
Airport, fixed base operator
104 Grafton Drive
Portsmouth, NH 03801
Phone: 603-430-1111
Fax: 603-766-0266
Web: www.portcityair.com

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Lisa Campbell

Puttin' on the Glitz
Gifts, jewelers
150 State Street
Portsmouth, NH 03801
Phone: 603-436-5600
Email: [email protected]

Contact: Assiah Russell

Stellacon Training Center
Computer training
53 Durham St.
Portsmouth, NH 03801
Phone: 603-766-8378
Fax: 603-766-3366
Web: www.stellacon.com

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Will Panek

The Village Workroom
Home furnishings & accessories,
interior design, window treatments

PO Box 185
North Hampton, NH 03862
Phone: (603) 924-7420
Fax: (603) 924-7420
Email: [email protected]

Contact: Sue Ingram


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