Oxford Networks is proud to co-sponsor the Annual Chamber Awards. As a
locally owned and operated company, Oxford Networks understands the
importance of recognizing the achievements of area businesses. Their
contributions to their employees, customers, and the community are the
hallmark of what makes this region great. Oxford Networks is one of
Maine’s leading local communication providers.
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Maine Turnpike Authority, a co-sponsor of the Annual Chamber Awards,
was established by the Maine Legislature as an independent state agency
in 1941 and charged with the task of creating a user fee highway that,
in the six decades since, has become the lifeline of Maine’s economy.
The initial 45-mile length of the Maine Turnpike from Kittery to
Portland was completed in 1947. At the conclusion of 2009, the Maine
Turnpike, which is now 109 miles in length, included 65 miles of divided
four-lane and 44 miles of divided six-lane highway, 176 bridges and 19
interchanges, 19 toll plazas, seven maintenance facilities, five service
plazas and an administrative building that consolidated operations of
the E-ZPass customer service center and the Troop G state police
headquarters. The Maine Turnpike continues to serve as the state’s most
important artery, handling more than 209,000 vehicle transactions daily
and a total of more than 76.6 million vehicle transactions in 2008.

Another co-sponsor of the Annual Chamber Awards is Central Maine Power
Company, a subsidiary of Iberdrola USA, Maine’s largest electricity
transmission and distribution utility. The company delivers about 9
billion kilowatt hours annually to more than 600,000 homes and
businesses, accounting for nearly 80 percent of electricity delivery in
Maine. CMP has been ranked #1 in customer satisfaction three times by
J.D. Power and Associates. CMP has a long history of supporting business
growth throughout its service area, and is committed to being a good
corporate neighbor in the communities where it does business.

Poland Spring Water Company is proud to be a co-sponsor of the 2010
Androscoggin County Chamber of Commerce Awards event. Poland Spring –
with plants in Hollis, Kingfield and Poland – provides nearly 800
full-time and seasonal jobs to Maine people from 125 communities. The
company has been bottling water in Maine since 1845 and is committed to
making Maine a better place to live and work through its investment in
community involvement, engagement and environmental stewardship.


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