Profiles of fifteen Maine companies to watch, including: Portland-based Aging Ex
Profiles of fifteen Maine companies to watch, including: Portland-based Aging Excellence, founded by Beth Lawrence to provide services to seniors; Waldoboro-based Borealis Breads, founded by Jim Amaral; Biddeford-based Correct Building Products, founded by Martin Grohman to make the composite CorrectDeck; Yarmouth-based Endless Energy, founded by Harley Lee to develop wind-power farms; Searsport-based Hamilton Marine, a chandlery founded by Wayne Hamilton; Brunswick-based Harbor Technologies, Inc., a leading-edge fiberglass composites company founded by Martin Grimnes; Hodgdon Yachts of East Boothbay; Hollywood Slots of Bangor; Johnny's Selected Seeds of Winslow; the revived Lincoln Paper & Tissue mill; Carol Bass's Maine Cottage Furniture in Yarmouth; Saddleback Mountain ski resort in Rangeley, brought back to life by Bill Berry and his family; Portland-based Shipyard Brewing Company; and North Monmouth- and Portland-based Tex Tech Industries, Inc., which scored a contract with Airbus.
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Editors, of Down East, "Profiles of fifteen Maine companies to watch, including: Portland-based Aging Ex" (2007). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 3283.
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