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WEDCO helped us with an interesting problem.  We needed a new warehouse and wanted to put it on the same lot as our existing retail store.  Zoning was good and money was not the problem, but financing was going to be tricky.

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WEDCO's 23rd Annual Meeting

The Wentworth Economic Development Corporation, a Wolfeboro-based nonprofit organization that offers businesses financing and counseling programs, held its 23rd annual meeting over a hot breakfast at the Wakefield Inn & Restaurant on Jan. 5.

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Wolfeboro Carwash & Executive Detail expansion

Construction is nearly complete at the Wolfeboro Carwash & Executive Detail’s new 1,536-square-foot detailing center and truck accessory showroom.

Located on Pine Street across the street from the carwash at Clark Plaza, the new gambrel-style building includes a large, two-bay garage and work area on the main level, a separate office and showroom, and a two-bedroom rental apartment. Wolfeboro Carwash & Executive Detail owner Andrew Swenson, who bought the business in 2008, said he had been looking for a building lot for several years on which to expand. Turns out that his landlord, Clarke Plaza owner Paul Zimmerman, owned the Pine Street lot, which had one time had a dilapidated barn on it that was torn down. The location – a stone’s throw within sight distance from the carwash – was perfect.

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The CUP & CRUMB fills a niche in Moultonborough and beyond

     thumb cup-and-crumb-wedding-cake-detailThe aroma of espresso and scrumptious baked goods fresh from the oven greets customers as soon as they cross the threshold at the new Cup & Crumb café and bakery at 84 Governor Wentworth Highway.
Cup & Crumb owners Kimberly and Mike Prause, who opened the café just in time for the 2015 summer tourism season, have transformed the 103-year-old vacant building into a business that fills a niche in the community and provides a spot to, literally, slow down and smell the coffee.
     Several years in the planning stages, Kimberly, a former English teacher and Assistant Principal at Moultonborough Academy, envisioned a relaxed setting that offered more than a drive-through service or convenience store counter.  “I wanted it to be cozy, different from what we already had here. I wanted it to be somewhere I would want to hang out,” Kim said.

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