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Raising Money for a cure!

Hi everyone! For the 25th year G. Stone Motors has proudly joined the Three Day Stampede in raising money for the cure of Cystic Fibrosis. The Three Day Stampede is July 28th-30th in Bristol, VT. This year we are donating this beautiful, one owner, 2013 Ford Escape to the silent auction, bids will be accepted at the stampede until Sunday July 30th at 3pm sharp! 100% of the proceeds go directly to The Three Day Stampede Towards the Cure for Cystic Fibrosis, a wonderful organization which has raised an incredible 1.8 Million Dollars right here in Vermont! Please share…

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Business Spotlight: Middlebury Floral and Gifts

Business Spotlight: Middlebury Floral and Gifts

We had a chance to talk with Carolee Ploof, owner of Middlebury Floral & Gifts. Carolee has been in the floral business since 1989 but decided to start her very own shop in 2011. Middlebury Floral and Gifts is a full scale flower shop with six employees that specializes in new trends and traditions. From beautiful artistically designed flower arrangements to gift baskets over-flowing with local Vermont food products, Middlebu…

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Business Spotlight: Glen Peck Electric

We had a chance to sit down with Glen Peck of Glen Peck Electric. Glen’s father, Walter Peck, started the business 48 years ago when it was originally known as “Peck Electric”. In the late 1980’s, Glen took over full management of the business, which is now known as “Glen Peck Electric”.

Glen Peck Electric is based out of Middlebury, Vermont and is very diverse in what they do. They have all of…

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Business Spotlight: Vergennes Police Department

We had a chance to sit down with Chief George Merkel of the Vergennes Police Department. Chief Merkel started with the Vergennes Police Department on November 30th, 2009. Vergennes has 10 officers who patrol in and around the city. The officers answer service calls, mentor the youth, implement traffic control, carry out criminal investigations, and work with the community to solve problems.

“One of the most rewarding parts ...of the job is to see that…

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