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"Enter the Haggis" at the Greely Middle School, Cumberland

                                                                     

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Falmouth Yes on 1 Campaign Launched

FALMOUTH - Falmouth residents officially launched the Yes on 1 campaign today to support the plan to re-use the former Lunt/Plummer-Motz school campus for a community center, expanded town library, and public park.

“On June 14, we will have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to preserve these buildings for public use and improve services for residents of all ages without raising taxes,” said Yes on 1 co-chair Marna Miller.  “It's the smart move for Falmouth.”

Question 1 asks Falmouth voters to approve a $5.65 million plan to re-develop the historic Lunt/Plummer-Motz elementary school campus.  But the plan will not raise taxes or require any borrowing.  Under the plan, the Town could use up to $1.5 million from the Town’s undesignated fund.

Other funding will be generated from additional sources, such as the sale of some acreage at the Lunt/Plummer-Motz site and private fundraising by the library.  The plan includes a public/private partnersh

The Big Decision: Static or Dynamic?

When you are getting ready to build a new site or redesign your current one there are a lot of decisions that you will need to make – what it will look like, what content you are providing, how you will market the site, and who will be updating the site, to name a few! One of the most important decisions is who is going to be developing the site. Every development team has their own methods and ways of creating a solution for your web needs. Some teams build static websites and others go with dynamic sites. Both sites look the same to you visitors, but make a huge difference in how content is edited. So what is that difference? Let me explain.

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Yarmouth Boat Yard Receives Gold Flagship Dealer Designation from Pursuit Boats

Yarmouth Boat Yard Receives Gold Flagship Dealer Designation from Pursuit Boats

Yarmouth Boat Yard Receives Gold Flagship Dealer Designation from Pursuit Boats

Yarmouth Boat Yard is proud to announce their designation as a Gold Flagship Dealer by Pursuit Boats. The Flagship Dealer program recognizes and rewards exceptional performance in the areas of dealership sales, marketing and service.

“This achievement is meaningful to us because Pursuit Boats has very high standards,” said Steve Arnold, owner of Yarmouth Boat Yard. “The recognition is validation that our hard work and focus on customer service has been well-received. We’re proud to share the recognition with our customers, friends and co-workers.”

Dealers must meet high standards in all four functions as well as be Marine Industry Dealership Certified in order to become a Flagship Dealer.

“The real benefit to our dealers is their focus on operational excellence, resulting in higher customer satisfaction and repurchase intent.

April Maine Tweetup on 4/28

April Maine Tweetup on 4/28

Come out and meet some of your favorite tweeps IRL! (In Real Life, as if you didn't know.)

April's Maine Tweetup will be Thursday night, 6pm - 9pm, 4/28 at Brian Boru's.

Think warm weather thoughts! If you do, we can hang out on the outside deck.

If you want to meet cool folks from Maine but you're not on Twitter yet, go ahead and get started now.

RSVP is not required, but you can do so anyway at our Facebook page.

Advanced Social Media Marketing - 6/28/2011

Advanced Social Media Marketing - 6/28/2011

What to Expect:

This 1/2 day presentation is for businesses, non-profits and individuals who are active in social media (you blog, or tweet, or have a Facebook business page) but are looking to take things to the next level.

Social Media Marketing for Beginners (6/14/2011)

Social Media Marketing for Beginners (6/14/2011)
Details:

This 1/2 day presentation is for businesses, non-profits and individuals who don't have a social media presence, or are just getting started with social media, or just don't know what to do with the social media they already have in place.

A good portion of the seminar will be in how to set up your accounts the right way, how to find and network with people online, and how to avoid classic mistakes in social media.

Who Should Attend?

Any business owners, marketers, PR professionals or non-profiteers who feel like their being left behind when it comes to social media.

What Will You Learn?
  • How to setup your Facebook profile and business page and get people to "like" you
  • How to manage your privacy on Facebook and other platforms
  • How to get started with Twitter and use it to drive traffic to your website or business
  • How to build your LinkedIn network so t