Absolute, LLC, 312, Lisa Schulz, CEO, Lewiston, 400-9324. Sales, marketing, and promotional products that will enhance your image, grow sales and satisfy all of your marketing needs. Visit us at www.absolutemad.com.

Advanced MicroSystems, Inc., 437, Kevin A. Landry, President, Lewiston, 784-4766. Full-service IT consulting firm.

Advanced Wiring, 511, David Iannotti, Greene, 754-7208.

Affordable Exhibit Displays, 404, Jane Letourneau, Owner, Lewiston, 782-6175. We provide businesses with quality trade show products and accessories including table tops, full-size displays, banner stands, digital graphics, directors chairs and tables, and more.

Albin, Randall & Bennett, CPA’s, 406, David V. Jean, Partner, Auburn, 784-5739. With offices in Portland and Lewiston, we provide tax, accounting, and management and information technology consulting services throughout New England.

Alliance Press, 704 & 705, Cynthia Lamoreau, Sales Representative, Brunswick, 800-356-8850. A statewide printer with regional focus, producing single- to full-color offset printed materials. We’re big enough to get the job done, yet small enough to give you the personal service you deserve.


Ameriprise Financial Services, 535, Matthew Fillion, Financial Advisor, S. Portland, 228-2665. We deliver financial solutions for today and tomorrow through a comprehensive personalized financial planning approach. Our planning is built on a long-term relationship with a knowledgeable advisor.

Amtrak Downeaster, 415, Natalie M. Allen, Sales & Marketing, Portland, 780-1000. We operate five round trips daily between Portland, Maine, and Boston, Massachusetts. For schedules, fares, and great savings visit www.amtrakdowneaster.com or call 1-800-USA-RAIL.

Andover College, 313, Greg Young, Admissions Rep, Lewiston, 333-3605. We pride ourselves in “building future one success story at a time.” Stop by our booth to learn more.

Androscoggin Bank, 601, Heather Bowman, Marketing Specialist, Lewiston, 376-3634. Founded in 1870, we provide financial services to individuals, businesses, governments, and municipalities. We serve communities throughout Central and Mid-Coast Maine.

Androscoggin County Chamber of Commerce, 305, Sue Schell, Program Coordinator, Lewiston, 783-2249. Provides and promotes business advocacy, and economic, community, and educational support and development for Androscoggin County businesses.

Androscoggin Home Care & Hospice, 527, Lisa Cailler, Provider Relations Coordinator, Lewiston, 795-9403. AHC&H is a non-profit, Medicare-certified agency that provides skilled home care, supportive care, and hospice care for residents of Androscoggin, Franklin, Oxford, and northern Cumberland Counties.


Androscoggin Land Trust, 507, Jonathan LaBonte, Executive Director, Auburn, 782-2302. A membership-supported conservation organization dedicated to protecting the important natural areas, traditional landscape, and outdoor experience along the central Androscoggin River corridor.

Androscoggin Valley Council of Governments, 109, Dina Jackson, Economic Development Specialist, Auburn, 783-9186. A non-profit, quasi-governmental membership organization providing planning/development services to communities and businesses in Androscoggin, Franklin, and Oxford counties.

Anthoine Financial Group, 510, Wendy Levesque, Office Admin, Auburn, 689-3400. Its focus is to provide strategic solutions and dedicated service to the areas of employee benefits, insurance, and asset management / company retirement plans.

Association for Consulting Expertise, 529, Barbara Hart, Member, South Portland, 221-3489. An organization of professional consultants dedicated to providing the highest quality and value of services to their clients.

Assured Solar, 528, Rob Taisey, Owner, North Yarmouth, 221-2916. We sell and install solar applications for hot water (thermal), electricity (photovoltaics) and hot air space heating.

Atlantic Pest Solutions, 338, Brian Campbell, Marketing Specialist, Kennebunkport, (800) 439-7716. Family-owned and operated since 1939 servicing Maine and New Hampshire. Recognized as New England’s sole provider of Green Shield Certified Services.


Auburn Business Development Corporation, 110, Diane McManus, President, Auburn, 784-0161. Economic development agency partnering closely with LAEGC and the city of Auburn.

Auburn Savings Bank, 522, Jason Longley, Vice President, Lewiston, 782-0400. Offers a long range of financial services with a friendly personal touch that reflects its small size and its understanding of local needs.

Austin Associates, P.A. CPA’s, 424, Hillary F. Eaton, Marketing Director, Auburn, 783-9111. Our commitment to service excellence benefits our clients. We are dedicated to a policy of honest, fair, and confidential treatment.

Bangor Savings Bank, 423, Stacey Haskell, Community Relations, Bangor, 262-4959. With more than $2.2 billion in assets, BSB offers retail banking and investment management services, as well as comprehensive commercial, corporate, payroll administration, insurance, and small business banking services.

Bank of America, 514, Angela N. Snow, Personal Banker, Auburn, 786-9041. Operating in 29 states, the District of Columbia and 43 countries. Bank of America provides unmatched convenience for 55 million consumer and small business customers with more than 5,800 retail banking offices, a network of over 17,000 ATMs and award-winning on-line banking.

Best Buy, 330, Pamela Davis, Operations Manager, Auburn, 795-8810. The #1 consumer electronics retailer in the country.


Bonney Staffing Center, 328, Kelly Scammon, Branch Manager, Lewiston, 783-7000. The economy demands that we “buy local . . .” Call Bonney 1st for your next temporary or permanent office or industrial staffing needs! Maine-owned and operated, WBENC Certified!

CALM HealthWorks, 311, Andi Locke Mears, Holistic Health Practitioner, Auburn, 784-7287. A full-service holistic health center that offers individualized wellness plans, colon hydrotherapy, nutrition, hormone rejuvenation, rejuvenation room, living foods and more.

Camden National Bank, 302 & 303, Ray Teixeira, Vice President, Lewiston, 784-7379. With 37 locations in 12 of Maine’s 16 counties, a Maine-based, independent community bank that helps businesses succeed with friendly, personalized service and 24/7 convenience.

Career Center, 618, Paul Goding, Business Service Coordinator, Lewiston, 753-9037. The Maine Employment Resource. A statewide network of 23 professionally staffed offices assisting businesses with recruiting and training workers using resources and information that will help them compete in today’s economy.

Central Maine Community College – Corp. & Comm. Serv., 407, Susan Stacey, Corporate Training Coordinator, Auburn, 755-5282. Provides a variety of training programs tailored to meet specific business and community training needs. CMCC offers a broad range of non-credit courses, programs and workshops. Potential sources of public support can be explored.

Central Maine Medical Center, 400 & 421, Kathy Becvar, Director of Annual Fund, Lewiston, 795-2947. A tertiary hospital specializing in cardiac, cancer, trauma and women’s health. CMMC offers a comprehensive range of medical and surgical specialties.


Central Maine Power, 300 & 320, Leona Michelsen, Augusta, 207-621-6575. Plans to invest nearly $1.5 billion to modernize 40-year old bulk power system. Proposed improvements are called the Maine Power Reliability Program and are designed to keep the system operating reliably over the coming decades and to provide the infrastructure for the state’s emerging wind, hydro, biomass and tidal energy services. MPRP must be approved by the Maine PUC, the Maine DEP and approximately 80 local governments. The company hopes to begin construction next winter. Reliable electricity delivery service is what CMP is all about. Flip a switch and we’re there.

Champoux Insurance Agency, 610, Dick Albert, Manager, Lewiston, 783-2246. Three generations of quality insurance coverage and personalized service for your business, personal, and financial insurance needs. Let us protect you – today!

City of Auburn, 425 & 426, Tracey Steuber, Community & Business Specialist, Auburn, 333-6600. Progressive municipality working to build a solid future for citizens and businesses. Auburn has a population of over 24,000 people, a land area of 66 square miles, and ranks 2nd lowest in crime of Maine’s 10 largest communities.

City of Lewiston, 314 & 315, Mark McComas, Deputy Director of Econ & Comm. Dev., Lewiston, 513-3000. The Department of Economic and Community Development offers site location assistance, commercial financing, streamlined development review and permitting process, and access to state and local business assistance programs. The city has grant money available for facades and elevators in downtown buildings, and low interest housing repair loans to homeowners city-wide who meet income guidelines and to landlords who own residential properties in targeted areas.

Coldwell Banker Millett Realty, 503, Sharon Millett, Owner, Auburn, 782-8311. Central Maine’s #1 selling office offering residential and commercial brokerage services. www.millettrealty.com

Community Concepts / Homequest, 440, Dennis Lajoie, Director, South Paris, 743-7716. An affiliate of Community Concepts, HomeQuest is comprised of a team of licensed real estate agents, lending professionals, credit counselors, and homebuyer educators dedicated to assisting potential and current homeowners. We work with customers to determine their individual housing needs by providing nationally approved home buyer education classes, one-on-one credit counseling, and innovative mortgage loans.


Community Credit Union, 500, Jennifer Hogan, Marketing Director, Lewiston, 783-2096. A member-owned organization whose purpose is to serve the financial needs of individuals and businesses in Androscoggin County.

DHI Management Consulting, Inc., 322, Dan Isaac, President, Yarmouth, 232-1689. DHI provides assistance to the management of small- and medium-sized organizations in the areas of finance, operations, and creative problem-solving.

Decorating Plus, 518, Lynne Maxfield-Cole, Owner, Auburn, 784-0173. Interior and exterior decorating/design. Experts in universal design. Conception through construction, project management. Designed with your LIFEstyle and WORKstyle in mind.

Decorators Network, Inc., 420, Larry R. Morin, President, Lewiston, 784-1424. A full-service window treatment decorating center offering estimating, consultation and selection of top name-brand custom window coverings, service and installation for residential and commercial clients.

DeSigns by Skip, 804 & 805, Karl Lalemand, CEO, Auburn, 784-0098. Serving Maine and companies across America with promotional and printing needs since 1976.

Discovery Toys, 213, Wendy Mitchell, Manager, Auburn, 782-8006. High-quality toys, books, games and learning tools. Home parties, gift baskets, fundraisers. Management and part-time opportunities.


Donovan’s Auto Sales, 410 & 411, Susan Donovan, Co-Owner, Greene, 946-7515. At Donovan’s we believe that the used car buyer is just as important as the new car buyer. We are determined to give each customer the finest quality and the best possible price.

Down East Magazine, 607, Lawrence Hollins, Marketing Manager, Camden, 594-9455. The magazine of Maine for 55 years with 60% of its 131,000 magazines going to out-of-state readers every month.

Downeast Energy, 422, Rob Wilkes, General Manager, Lisbon Falls, 319-1358. Began selling coal and firewood in 1908. Keeping families comfortable has been its objective since day one. It provide heating oils, propane, and heating equipment, supported by top-notch technicians.

Downeast Networks, 209, Joel McLean, CFO, Lewiston, 221-3291. Offers small to mid-sized companies the technology consulting services they need to be effective and profitable.

Dragonfly Trips, 317, Jane Grant, Travel Consultant, Leeds, (888) 222-6846. Your local travel consultant to help you plan all of the details of your trip and provide personalized, professional guidance and assistance.

Eaton Peabody Consulting Group, 434, Mathew Eddy, Executive Director, Augusta, 622-9820. Providing services in the areas of business growth initiatives; local and regional economic development; political and governmental relations consulting; and community and stakeholder relations.


Efficiency Maine Business Program, 501, Timothy Clark, Small Business Program Coordinator, Augusta, 622-6888. A statewide effort to promote the more efficient use of electricity, help Maine residents and businesses reduce energy costs, and improve Maine’s environment.

Emerson Toyota, 539 & 538, Ken Hall, Business Manager, Auburn, 784-1348. Automobile sales and service.

Encompass Marketing & Design, 430, Candace Sanborn, Managing Partner, Auburn, 755-9445. A comprehensive services firm of talented professionals, integrating marketing, graphic design, public relations and fund-raising under one umbrella to support the branding and financial goals of businesses and non-profit organizations.

Environmental Projects, Inc., 516, Leslie Bryant, General Manager, Auburn, 786-7390. An environmental contractor specializing in hazardous waste removal, 24 hr. spill response, tank cleanings, and site remediation. Also operates the Maine Environmental Depot and numerous household waste collections.

ERA Worden Realty, 535, Anne Servidio, Sales Manager, Auburn, 784-0159. For more than 35 years, ERA Worden has been dedicated to providing the best service in Central Maine. Real estate experts with consistent results!

Paperless Works, LLC, 309, Heather Rideout, President, Lisbon, 514-0265. Specializing in secure paper shredding, records storage, and document scanning. We can help you establish compliant, secure, and cost-effective document management solutions.


Finance Authority of Maine, 403, Charles Emmons, Jr., Senior Commercial Loan Officer, Augusta, 228-3734. FAME’s unique mission is to focus on financial solutions for both business and higher education – to strengthen Maine’s economy by developing well-capitalized businesses and skilled employees.

Five County Credit Union, 324, Therese Samson-Blais, Branch Manager, Lewiston, 800-750-0959. Providing banking solutions you can trust, such as mortgage loans, business and consumer loans, plus a full-range of deposit and investment products.

Fontaine Family Team, 207, Melissa Field, Auburn, 784-3800. We are a nationally recognized real estate team offering world class service. We have 12 professional realtors who work together to help families have a stress free move.

GHM Insurance Agency, 525, James Sanborn, Auburn, 689-9171. Offers exceptional service and competitive rates. Conveniently located in Auburn, Augusta, and Waterville, GHM is happy to provide quotes for all types of insurance.

Gleason Media Services/Lewiston-Auburn.com/WEZR 1240, WOXO Country, 600, Dick Gleason, President, Auburn, 784-5868. WEZR is the only radio station that focuses full-time on Lewiston and Auburn. Complemented by Gleason’s web site, www.lewistonauburn.com. In Oxford County, listen to WOXO 92.7 and 100.7 and WTME 780 and 1450.

Great Falls Balloon Festival, 515, Mell Hamlyn, Treasurer, Auburn, 240-5931. August 21st, 22nd, & 23rd.


Greater Brunswick Physical Therapy, 604, Pam Morgan, Clinic Manager, Auburn, 784-6462. Provides a holistic approach to physical therapy utilizing advanced manual skills to restore bio-mechanics, reduce muscle spasm and complaints of pain.

HealthMarkets, 606, Anthony D’Andrea, Licensed Agent, Sabattus, 577-3052. Provides affordable health insurance for the self-employed, small business owners, individuals and families. Customized to fit your needs, wants, and budget.

Hebron Academy, 310, Joe Hemmings, Director of Admissions, Hebron, 966-5225. Works to inspire and guide boys and girls in grades 6-PG to reach their highest potential in mind, body, and spirit.

Heutz Oil Company, 611 & 612, Tim Heutz, Lewiston, 782-3171.

Hilton Garden Inn Auburn Riverwatch, 308, Amanda Theberge, Director of Sales, Auburn, 784-4433. Everything where you need it at Hilton Garden Inn Auburn Riverwatch, the location for all of your room needs, meetings, social events and more.

IT Partners LLC, 217, Larry Cushing, III, CEO, Westbrook, 879-9950. A locally-owned technology consulting company certified by Microsoft, Citrix, HP, and Dell.


JobsInME.com, 433, Neil Boorjian, Event Coordinator, Westbrook, 591-1206. Founded in 1999, they are the largest job board in Maine, with more local job postings than any other resource.

Katahdin Studio Furniture, 219, John Stass, President, Lewiston, 783-2969. Designs and crafts custom furniture for the music room, library and study. Special orders are shipped worldwide! www.katahdin-online.com

Keller Williams Realty Mid Maine, 603, Paul McKee, Designated Broker, Auburn, 689-9800. One of the fastest growing and most innovative companies, and now the 3rd largest real estate company in America!

Kelly Services, 517, Tanya Pease, District Manager, Auburn, 784-0400. A world leader in workforce management services and human resources solutions. They offer temporary staffing services, outsourcing, vendor on-site and full-time placement to clients on a global basis.

Kripalu Therapeutic Massage, Shipyard Lounge, Katy G. Taylor, Owner, Auburn, 782-3217. “This is not your typical massage, because I am a registered nurse, Reiki master and I have ten years experience as a physical therapist assistant.”

Lewiston Development Corp., 110, Gerry Berube, President, Lewiston, 784-0161. Economic development agency partnering closely with LAEGC and the city of Lewiston.


Lewiston Fire Department, 537, Paul Ouellette, Fire Investigator, Lewiston, 513-3002. LFD conducts fire inspections, building plan reviews, code fire reviews, and public fire safety educationals. The bureau is responsible with conducting fire scene investigations.

Lewiston-Auburn Economic Growth Council, 110, Paul Badeau, Marketing Director, Lewiston, 784-0161. L-A’s primary economic development agency offers site searches, technical assistance, gap financing, and marketing services.

Lewiston-Auburn Tax Credit Awarenss Cash Coalition, 412, Dottie Perham-Whittier, Coalition Co-Chair, Lewiston, 513-3121. Annually promotes the Earned Income Tax Credit, a federal benefit for LMI workers, as well as provides free local tax prep and financial literacy opportunities.

Liberty Mutual Insurance Group, 602, Pauline Pratt, Administrative Assistant, Lewiston, 782-7013. Personal insurance provider for auto, home & life.

Lost Valley, Inc., 509, Connie King, Owner, Auburn, 784-1561. Recreational skiing facility mid-December to mid-March. Off-season, used for paintball, mountain biking, and a Haunted Valley Adventure (during October).

Maine Bank & Trust, 212, Linda A. MacMillan, Vice President – Marketing Officer, Auburn, 786-9445. A division of People’s United Bank, provides financial services and products through 13 branches to individuals, businesses and not-for-profit organizations.


Maine Energy Techs, 536, Rudy Langelier, Owner, Leeds, 576-0847. Performs home energy audits to show homeowners how to make their home more energy efficient. Also performs weatherization tasks to help lower utility bills and decrease carbon footprint.

Maine Family Federal Credit Union, 205, Karen Caouette, Marketing Director, Lewiston, 783-2071. A full-service financial institution serving members in Androscoggin County for over 70 years.

Maine Hosting Solutions, 508, Benjamin Burden, Owner, Bath, 442-9006. “Web Hosting made easy.” Website hosting, design and promotion.

Maine Printing Company/MPX, 318, Susan Jenkins, Business Development Manager, Portland, 774-6116. A print and mail solutions provider. MPX work with banks, non-profits, hospitals, retailers and a plethora of other industries to improve the way they do print, mail, fulfillment and integrate technology.

Maine Septic & Pumping, 210, Kathy-Rae Emmi, President, Lewiston, 782-5940. Provides realtors and homeowners with State of Maine certified septic inspections, utilizing up-to-date camera-eye technology. MS&P has a septic pumping service.

Maine Source Homes, 102, Bill Turner, Owner, Poland, 998-4101. The premier supplier of affordable homes for the Lewiston/Auburn and surrounding areas, specializing in turnkey home and land packages.


Maine Technology Institute, 439, Shane Beckim, Seed Grant Program Specialist, Gardiner, 582-4790. Investing in promising technologies by funding research and development projects through a competitive process in the State’s seven targeted technology sectors.

Maine Turnpike Authority, 441, Bruce D. Pelletier, Asst. Pub. Relatons Mgr., Portland, 871-7771. MTA is a quasi-state entity dedicated to the responsible and efficient maintenance and improvement of Maine’s economic lifeline – the Maine Turnpike.

Maine Veterans’ Home, 218, Ellie Newell, Admissions Coordinator, South Paris, 743-6300. A 90-bed, multi-level facility offering dementia care, skilled nursing and rehabilitation, and residential care. The facility cares for Maine veterans, their spouses or widows, as well as gold star parents.

Maine Women’s Network, 329, Jennifer Hogan, Chairman, Lewiston, 689-4320. The goal of the MWN is to provide a networked forum for professional growth. They meet the 2nd Tuesday of every month at The Carriage House in Lewiston. Register on-line at www.mainewomensnetwork.com

Mainebiz Publications, 700, Laura Ashley, Sales & Marketing Coordinator, Portland, 761-8379. Reports on business news and issues statewide, while providing a forum for ideas and opinion, with award-winning writing, graphics and photography.

Manpower, 523, Eileen Belleau, Branch Manager, Auburn, 784-9353. Has been providing exceptional supplemental staffing solutions to Maine companies for over 40 years. Their local service team provides the highest quality service to hundreds of companies and thousands of employees each year.


Mechanics Savings Bank, 703, Terri Cook, Loan Officer, Lewiston, 333-4542. Offers a full range of commercial and retail services from three locations in Auburn, Lewiston and Windham. Commercial bankers specialize in manufacturing, construction, retail and processional (business).

Mid-Maine Communications/Pine Tree Networks, 427, Tracy Sawyer, Marketing Coordinator, New Gloucester, 688-8231. Now under the umbrella of Otelco Communications. Innovative switching infrastructure, extensive fiber optic networks – we are more diverse than ever.

Modern Woodmen of America, 336, Dick Courtemanche, Manager, Lewiston, 786-3622. Insurance and investment product.

Museum L/A, 521, Rachel Desgrosseilliers, Executive Director, Lewiston, 333-3881. Telling the story of work and community in Lewiston-Auburn through engaging exhibits and special programs encouraging family fun and learning across generations.

Nadeau’s Refrigeration, 332, Tom Nadeau, Vice President, Auburn, 786-3246. A family-owned mechanical contractor that specializes in commercial and residential service and installation.

Next Level Business Coaching. L/A’s only business coaching firm. Help build your business and balance your life. Ready to go to the NEXT LEVEL?


Nassau Broadcasting — Maine, 301, Dave Dean, Portland, 712-0780. Radio stations The Bone, 107.5 Frank FM, WBACH, 99.9 The Wolf, and The Oldies Channel 870 and 1470 AM.

New England Business Finance, 321, Jim Maxwell, Wells, 646-5988. A division of Granite State Development Corp. (GSDC), the leading SBA 504 Certified Development Company in Maine. At present, NEBF/GSDC manages a portfolio with over 1,400 active 504 loans having combined outstanding balances exceeding $400 million.

Nomad Productions, 316, Bill Moulton, Portland, 828-8660 Offers a full range of media production & creative services including video, audio and streaming media for corporate and non-profit clients throughout Maine.

Nordic Walking LLP, 339, Rita Myrick, Owner, Auburn, 754-9944. Nordic walking poles are one of the fastest growing trends in fitness. They were conceived in Scandinavian countries as a way of training cross country skiers in the summer. Turn your walk into a total body workout.

Northeast Bank, 401 & 402, Stacey Curit, Sales & Marketing Specialist, Lewiston, 786-3245. With over 130 years in the state, Northeast Bank is an institution headquartered in Lewiston, and provides comprehensive, needs-based financial services for both consumer and business customers.

Northeast Charter & Tour, Outside, Brian Rioux, Sales Manager, Lewiston, 784-3159. Provides charter and tour motorcoach service transporting groups throughout the USA and Canada. They also provide sedan, SUV or van and trailer, door-to-door airport service available 24/7.


Odd Fellows’ and Rebekahs’ Home of Maine, 413, John Bolduc, Executive Director, Auburn, 786-4616. A non-profit nursing/residential care center located on a beautifully landscaped property in Auburn. Well known for its home-like atmosphere and excellent services.

Open Door Enterprise, 216, Kristin Fournier, Independent TriVita Affiliate, Auburn, 783-0110. You can grow your business as big as you want, and with it a respected international nutraceutical company with a unique cooperative marketing business model using multi-media to bring you customers!

Optimal Touch, 504, Janine Audet, LMT – Owner, Auburn, 212-7251. Licensed massage therapy including Swedish, neuromuscular, lymphatic, sports, and customized.

Orthopedic & Spine Physical Therapy of L/A, 405, Shan Teixeira, Owner, Auburn, 777-3002. A physical therapy center specializing in muscle, joint, tendon, and disk conditions. Owner Shan Teixeira has over 16 years of experience with specialized training in manual therapy. www.osptia.com

Ouellette & Associates, P.A., 323, Jennifer Sewell, Receptionist, Lewiston, 207-786-0328. Offers full-service accounting, auditing, tax and financial services to individuals and businesses throughout New England.

Oxford Fair, 432, Suzanne K. Grover, President, Norway, 743-9594. This is the annual festival promoting the Oxford Hills area.


Oxford Networks, 519, Ann Nadeau, Marketing Coordinator, Lewiston, 333-3411. A local company. A world of options.TM Oxford Network, Maine’s premiere communication provider, gives L/A a choice in digital cable TV, high-speed Internet and local and long distance telephone.

Paychex, 208, Stephanie St. Laurent, Sales Representative, Auburn, 795-1104. Maine’s premier payroll service. Providing payroll, tax services, direct deposit, health insurance, workers’ compensation, 401k plans, and full human resources to meet all your payroll needs.

Payroll Management, Inc., 108, Elaine R. Hemenway, Marketing Manager, Auburn, 783-6880. Serving the small and mid-sized companies with their payroll needs since 1988. Whether you’re a one-person company or a several hundred-person company, time is an issue.

Pineland Lumber Company, 414, Neal Ouellette, President, Lewiston, 784-4524. Established in 1912, Neal Ouellette and Ruth Gallagher assumed ownership in 1994. “Our people are our strength.” Providing a friendly atmosphere, fast and accurate deliveries, and quality products.

Prudential, 609, James Jackson, Agent, Auburn, 795-7707. Helping people to grow and protect their wealth. Life, health, disability, and long-term care insurance, annuities and investments.

Rainbow Federal Credit Union, 333, Jackie Kahn, Director of Marketing, Lewiston, 650-7069. A full-service credit union serving all of Androscoggin and Oxford Counties.


RE/MAX River Cities, 204, Sandra Tassinari, Administrator, Auburn, 783-7300. A real estate company that provides professional service to buyers and sellers in Lewiston/Auburn and surrounding communities.

Redlon & Johnson, 438, Judy Patterson, Showroom Sales, Lewiston, 784-5721. For over 120 years, R&J have partnered with professional tradesmen. They provide plumbing/heating and electrical products for both residential and commercial use.

Residence Inn by Marriott, 506, Susan Evans, Sales Manager, Auburn, 777-3400. An extended-stay hotel that helps you feel connected while away from home and maintain a balance of work and life.

Roy’s Driving Academy, 211, Claudette Caron, Co-Owner, Lewiston, 784-6245. Offers private lessons to anyone who has a permit. Roy’s utilizes a golf cart in the driveway with cones while students wear drunk goggles to drive it around the cones.

Safe Approach Inc., 325, David Kozlowsky, Poland, 345-9900. A local manufacturer of fall protection equipment offering a full line of standard equipment, as well as site specific fall solutions.

Sandcastle Preschool Program Foundation, 326, Stephanie Gelinas, Program Director, Lewiston, 782-2150. Its mission is to provide early childhood education and clinical services to children with special needs, to typically developing children, and to provide support services to their families.


Scentsy Independent Consultant, 214, Pauline Roberge, Consultant, Lewiston, 784-6169. Scentsy is a wickless candle with no flame, soot, or wick and is safe. The fragrant way is melted in a warmer that uses a 25-watt light bulb and a variety that will match any décor.

Schooner Estates, 617, Frank Proulx, Director of Marketing, Auburn, 784-2900. Retirement community.

Sebago Technics, Inc., 100, Mark Adams, Executive Vice President, Lewiston, 783-565-6. Offers a range of diverse services including civil, environmental, geotechnical and transportation engineering as well as land surveying, landscape architecture and land planning.

Security Shredding, Inc., 215, Donald J. Morin, President, Lewiston, 946-2319. Securely shreds confidential documents. A member of NAID (National Association for Information Destruction) and BBB. They adhere to the guidelines of NAID.

SendOutCards, 605, Nancy Brown, Owner, Lewiston, 782-6008. Want business coming in? Then STAND OUT & SEND OUT! Be Remembered, Recognized and Raved about!! Changing Lives . . . One Card at a Time.

ServiceMaster Clean, 702, Deborah Murphy, Marketing, Oxford, 539-4452. Takes care of disasters, such as fire, water, puffbacks, ice dams and more. Also cleans carpets, upholstery and strips and refinishes floors, both commercial and residential. Cleans windows in/out.


Shads Advertising Co., 206, Peter Bunker, President, Auburn, 782-0106. For 40+ years, Shad’s has provided quality promotional ad specialties to businesses throughout New England. Shad’s can print your ad or message on anything.

Solarize Inflector Window Systems, LLC, 418, Heather Purvis, Administrative Assistant, Kennebunk, 985-4438. A new window insulator that is installed on the inside. Reduce BTU flow through single pane glass by 70%. Reduces BTU flow through thermopane windows by 40%.

Sullivan Tire & Auto Service, 416, Mark Hutchinson, Business-to-Business Rep, Norwell, 603-321-9758. Performs tire maintenance and other repairs in seven locations in the State of Maine – Scarborough, Biddeford, Portland, Falmouth, Westbrook, Lewiston and Bangor.

Sun Journal, 200 & 201, Sheri Verville, Marketing Coordinator, Lewiston, 689-2903. Central and Western Maine’s award-winning newspaper, published daily in four editions: City, Oxford Hills, Franklin and River Valley. Four distinct local editions allow SJ to better connect advertisers and subscribers.

Sunday River Resort & Conference Center, 408, Dan Crooker, Director Conference Sales, Newry, 824-5046.Nestled in the beautiful Mahoosic Mountains, this self-contained, distraction-free environment is the perfect setting for any outdoor adventure, conference, executive meeting, reunion or wedding.

SymQuest Group, Inc., 419, Ken Quinn, Account Executive, Westbrook, 774-7171. Expertise lies in the realm of computers and applications to help clients again substantial increases in their document and work flow efficiencies.


Target Marketing Maine, 337, Sheryl Bickel, Sales Manager, Rockland, 596-6203. We A direct mailer. Its mission is to increase commerce in Maine through effective advertising distribution that is responsive to customers needs.

TD Banknorth, 701, Gary Bellegarde, AVP, Lewiston, 795-5277. Provides financial solutions that make sense. The Small Business Foundation team is committed to knowing you and your business.

T.H. Creations, Inc., 613, Brenda Tarmey, Business Manager, Lewiston, 782-5498. A Maine website design and development firm and hosting service provider specializing in content management systems while focusing on web standards, accessibility and usability.

The Basket Case, 307, Barbara Lauze, Owner, Lewiston, 783-7303. A gift-basket company providing an easy way for businesses to recognize their clients and employees.

The Entrepreneur’s Source, 608, Danta M. Vespignani, Owner, Windham, 412-916-9919. Helps individuals explore self-employment options, and works with businesses providing coaching in areas of management systems expansion, strategies, sales development and accounting solutions.

The Great Outdoors, 417, Mary L. Seaman, Proprietor, Turner, 224-7061. Offers a huge lodge for indoor events up to 300 people, outdoor sports areas, beach and swimming, boats and cottage rentals.


The Helping Hands Team, 615, & 616, John Hyman, Independent Distributor, Mechanic Falls, 345-3861. Provides nature’s wellness and health products developed through science and technology.

The Interface Financial Group, 526, Tim Roach, President, Morrill, 342-2631. North America’s largest alternative funding source for small companies. For over 35 years, Interface has helped thousands of businesses turn their commercial invoices into instant cash.

The Medicine Shoppe, 203, Richard Gregoire, Public Relations, Lewiston, 783-3539. A locally-owned pharmacy dedicated to 100% healthcare focus, supplies, prescriptions and home health supplies to retail customers, healthcare facilities and hospitals.

The Public Theatre, 409, Kathy Gleason, Board President, Auburn, 784-3560. A professional equity theatre dedicated to producing high-quality entertainment at an affordable price.

The Sheridan Corporation, 428, David Whitney, Regional Manager, Portland, 774-6138. Since 1947, serving the design and construction needs of clients in the commercial, industrial, retail, institutional, and municipal markets.

Time Warner Cable Business Class, 202, Michelle Lopes, Marketing Manager, Portland, 253-7335. Business Class offers businesses in Maine advanced and scalable data, voice, and cable TV solutions that can help improve productivity and profitability.


Trinity Catholic School, 334, Rit Leslie, Market Committee Chair, Lewiston, 783-9323. Maine’s largest and fastest growing Catholic School. With two campuses in Lewiston, they offer quality education for grades Pre-K through Grade 8.

Turner Publishing Inc., 331, Dan Smiley, General Manager, Turner, 225-2076. Maine’s leader in direct mail good-news, with 16 publications and reaching nearly 500,000 Mainers each month.

Twin Cities Air Service, Inc., 101, Beth Humphrey, Auburn, 576-0845. Aircraft charter, maintenance, management and acquisition.

Unitil Corp., 319, Kelly Fowler, Senior Business Development Rep., Portland, 615-1864. An investor-owned, public utility holding company of its affiliate Northern Utilities, Inc. Northern is a local natural gas distribution utility serving 26,500 customers in 28 communities in Southern Maine.

U.S. Small Business Administration, 524, Helen Brimigion, Lender Relations Specialist, Augusta, 622-8394. The SBA’s mission is to help America’s entrepreneurs form successful small enterprises. Agency programs offer financing, training and advocacy for small businesses.

United Way of Androscoggin County, 429, Joleen Bedard, Executive Director, Lewiston, 795-4000. For over 75 years, United Way has worked to increase the organized capacity of people in Androscoggin County to care for one another.


Volunteers of America Northern New England, 505, Patty Kimball,, Brunswick, 373-1140. Safe Haven of Androscoggin County and Volunteers of America Northern New England will present a new and innovative job search website for Androscoggin youth.

WGME 13, 304, Susan Berube, Account Executive, Portland, 797-1313. Part of the L-A community for more than a decade, most recently with the relocation of the Lewiston news bureau to its new location on Main Street. WGME-13 is proud to be partnering with the L-A Growth Council, Chamber and the Cities of Lewiston and Auburn to launch the next phase of the “L-A: Its Happening Here!” campaign.

Waterman Farm Machinery Co., Inc., 619, Bob Waterman, Jr, VP, Sabattus, 375-6561. Opened in 1956, sells lawn, garden, farm equipment as well as all tractor sizes and light construction equipment. They service everything they sell.

Winter People, 436, Clay Bouton, Vice President, Freeport, 865-6636. Maine’s provider of embroidered clothing, promotional products, and creative ideas!

St. Mary’s WorkMed, 520, Russ Donahue, Marketing Director, Lewiston, 777-8263. A leader in occupational health care. WorkMed provides a range of preventive and occupational medical services to over 400 employers and their employees in Androscoggin County with state of the art occupational medicine, physical and occupational therapy, x-ray and lab services all in one location.

Young Living Essential Oils, 327, Robert Pratt, Independent Distributor, Auburn, 576-4379. Brings nature’s living energy-essential oils to you by blending the wisdom of the ancient traditions with the best of modern science.

Young Professionals of the Lewiston-Auburn Area (YPLAA), 306, Susan Schell, Program Coordinator, Lewiston, 783-2249. We work to establish a vibrant young professional community. We strive to network and engage members to promote career, social, and community development.

Young’s Greenhouse, 431, Jacqueline Young, Owner, South Paris, 743-4487. Wholesale and retail. They have annuals, perennials, hangers, veggies, herbs, shrubs and more in seventeen greenhouses. Come see their beautiful selection.

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