The next business I would like to highlight is a little closer to the coast. Actually, the business is so close to the coast you could throw a stone and hit the tidal pools in Middle Bay. I am talking about the Harpswell Inn located on Harpswell Neck, a beautiful bed and breakfast owned by Dick and Anne Moseley.
The Harpswell Inn was recently highlighted in the Boston Globe’s “Coastal Comforts” section, and the article reads like a trip to paradise. From the beautiful scenery outside to the cozy decorating inside, this home originally built in 1761 will woo you in.
If that isn’t enough, Anne’s cooking will make you forget most of the troubles that ail you. I can personally attest if you experience the Harpswell Inn just once, you’ll look for reasons to come back again and again.
Like the owners of Brackett’s Market, Dick and Anne have every right to be proud of their accomplishments. Because of their hard work, both these businesses have been recognized as organizations of excellence.
But there is more.
Brackett’s Market and the Harpswell Inn have something else in common besides being bestowed accolades: their sense of community. The owners of both of these great businesses look for ways to serve and support their local downtowns and business networks. Both have a passion to help make their communities the best they can be.
And yes, both are fiercely proud of the associates that work with them and make up their respective teams. They understand that by working together with others, everyone’s fortune will rise.
I hope you will join me in congratulating Brackett’s Market and Harpswell Inn for their achievements and recognition. They are two of the award winning pieces that make our Mid-coast region the best in Maine and New England.
Take the time to drop them a card — you can find their addresses on the chamber’s website — and let them know you appreciate them helping to make our area a great place to live, play and work.
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