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Thank you to our Sponsors.  Without their support, this event would not be possible!
Sponsored By


Maine DECD and Maine Made 

Tammy Knight

59 State House Station

111 Sewall Street

Augusta, ME 04333

P. (207) 624-7489

F. (207) 287-8070


The Department of Economic and Community Development's Maine Made Program builds recognition for hundreds of exceptional Maine made products and their producers.  Producers of high quality Maine made products can participate in a number of program features including the Maine Made website, America’s Best product identification labels, kiosk display opportunities, workshops, and trade show participation.   Maine Made is very proud to provide business assistance to discover and create new and expanded market opportunities to its many quality producers.


Maine Office of Tourism               

111 Sewall Street

Augusta, ME 04333

P. 207-624-7483

Be inspired.  Be adventurous.  Be yourself.  Discover your MAINE THING.

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In Association With


Maine Small Business Development Centers 
Mark Delisle
501 Forest Avenue PO Box 9300 
Portland, ME 04101-9300 
P. 207-780-4420

Entrepreneurs throughout Maine count on the Maine SBDC for technical assistance, education and resources to help build, grow and manage their businesses. Professional counselors offer individualized guidance, workshops and technical support on a wide range of issues, from accounting and finance to marketing and operations. In 2010, nearly 150 new businesses got off the ground working with Maine SBDC counselors while the recently-launched Veterans Business Initiative is helping military service members as present or aspiring business owners

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Franklin Printing          

Jennifer Johnson

553 Wilton Road

PO Box 568

Farmington, ME 04938

P. 800.698.4801 x9250

F. 207.778.4734

Twitter: FP_Maine

Instagram: franklinprinting

Franklin Printing has earned the reputation as being one of New England’s best printers.  Family owned and operated since 1969, our production capabilities include traditional offset, digital, wide format and folding cartons including a full-service finishing department and mail house. We are committed to the craft and helping you print smarter. Our goal is to always support your brand by offering our expertise in creating, producing, and distributing superior printed materials.   

Loon Coffee Co.         

Portland, Maine

P. 207.200.1723

Instagram: @looncoffeeco

Loon Coffee Co. is a mobile specialty coffee cart based in Portland, ME, catering events across New England. We’re here to elevate your experience with espresso! Whether it’s a wedding, corporate event, bridal shower or bingo night, we’re down to party. We’re passionate about small businesses and aim to connect and create lasting relationships with as many as possible. We’re focused on the details and love delivering exceptional coffee in places where your guests are least likely to expect it.

Don’t hesitate to reach out and make something happen!

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Maine Crafts Association

Alison Godburn

PO Box 342

Gardiner, ME 04345

P. 207-564-0041

Facebook: Maine Crafts Association

Maine Crafts Association was founded in 1983 to support and connect Maine's craft artists. MCA defines itself as a creative, passionate, and honest organization, steadfast in its advocacy for all craft artists and dedicated to building a sense of inclusion, unity and strength among its staff, board and members. Program goals of the Maine Crafts Association focus on:  business development programs, creative/artistic development programs, public education,  collaboration and networking, and high quality branding. Established and emerging craft artists benefit from the peer networking and informal mentoring that is an important component of all of MCA’s programming. Members are kept apprised of Maine’s lively fine crafts community through MCA’s e-newsletter and are listed in the online directory. Professional members can increase their visibility by adding photos, descriptive text and links to their websites. Other membership categories allow institutions, collectors and enthusiasts to participate in this dynamic community and support the goals of MCA. Maine Craft Association and Shop Maine Craft work in partnership to support and expand Maine's creative economy. 


Becky Jacobson

45 Melville Street

Augusta, ME 04330

P. 207.623.2178

F. 207.623.8377

HospitalityMaine is a statewide organization dedicated to representing, educating, and promoting the restaurant and lodging industries. Mark March 22, 2023 on your calendar! Don't miss the Expo 2023 – The Maine Lodging & Restaurant Show, Cross Insurance Arena, Portland, Maine. Call 207-623-2178 for more information or visit our website at

New Hampshire Made (NH Made)

Jonathan Nash

PO Box 150

Andover, NH 03216

P. 603-679-9800

Facebook: nhmade

A statewide nonprofit membership organization guided by a mission to strengthen the local economy by increasing the accessibility of and demand for New Hampshire products and services. NH Made promotes local businesses through its New Hampshire Made brand identity program, two retail stores, website and on-line shopping. It also provides business development support through community outreach, events and educational opportunities for its members.

Retail Association of Maine

Christine Cummings

45 Melville Street, Suite 1

Augusta, ME 04330

P. 207.623.1140

Facebook: retailmaine

Twitter: retailmaine

The Retail Association of Maine is a statewide trade association representing Maine’s merchants and retailers. We advocate on behalf of merchants and retailers on legislative issues, provide support, education and discounts to our membership. Maine's retailers and merchants employ nearly 90,000 Mainers and is one of the largest employment sectors in Maine. Contact us today to learn more about the benefits of membership! Visit us at or follow us on Twitter at @RetailMaine!

Vermont Retail & Grocers Association

Alyssa Greaney

963 Paine Turnpike North

Berlin, VT 05602

P. 802.839.1928

Facebook: vtrga

Twitter: vtrga

Instagram: vtretail

VRGA is the leading, unified voice for Vermont’s diverse retail industry. Our benefits are fundamental to our members’ economic success and community impact. Together our association plays a critical role in enhancing our communities, shaping legislation, contributing to each member’s success, and improving our state’s economic vitality.

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