We participated in resource teams assembled by the Maine Downtown Center to visit and advise two Maine Street Communities, Sanford and Rockland. Other team members included experts in historic preservation, economic development, and promotions. Our role on the team was to focus on organizational development issues. Each visit consisted of three days on-site and the preparation of a written report. In addition, Craig provided training to the Organizational Committee of Rockland Main Street.
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January 18th, 2021 by Craig Freshley
Each year I give one-percent of gross revenues to nonprofit charities. I like to give what I call the first one-percent to charity, not one-percent of the profit left over after expenses and wages. This is because my company operates in a community where many supports allow me to be successful. A healthy environment and …read more
As good as your word
January 11th, 2021 by Craig Freshley
Four years ago (plus a few months) I was campaigning to elect Hillary Clinton, door to door in Lewiston. I found myself in a conversation with a new Mainer, perhaps his first vote, and he really wanted to know, “What’s the worse thing about Donald Trump? What’s the biggest reason you’re not voting for him?” …read more