Eco-Equipment Supply, in Charlotte Vermont, was created to bring the significant environmental and cost-saving benefits of the all-electric, high performance lawn mower revolution to homeowners, institutions, and businesses throughout New England and Western New York State.
The Grass can be greener on your side of the fenceon May 21, 2018 4:23:51 PM
Rock Point School picked as most beautiful in Vermonton May 5, 2018 8:28:16 PM
Business Insider selected one school it deemed to be "the most beautiful school" in each state — and our own favorite Rock Point School in Burlington is the pick for Vermont. (We suspect it might be something about that stately building on 125 acres bordering Lake Champlain.) Congratulations!
All Aboard to Support Rail in Vermonton Apr 20, 2018 7:05:00 AM
Since 1972, the Vermont Rail Action Network (VRAN) has worked to modernize and upgrade Vermont's rail network for passengers and freight. Although they had a website, it was outdated and the technology was showing its age.
Vermont Rail Action Network gets a new website
Marketing Partners worked with the website committee and executive director to design a new website as part of a fully integrated marketing automation platform. With the launch of the new site, VRAN is now starting fundraising and will soon implement a membership drive.
Rutland Herald features sugaring at Spring Lake Ranchon Mar 6, 2018 2:04:00 PM
Photographer Robert Layman returned to the sugarbush at Spring Lake Ranch this spring to take a series of sugaring photos. Gardens Work Crew Leader Lisa and her companion Zoey were featured on the front page riding shotgun on a sap run while others were featured in the People & Places section of the Rutland Herald.
Welcome to Our Client Family: Janet S. Munt FAMILY ROOMon Feb 5, 2018 1:22:00 PM
We had the pleasure of working with the Family Room's Jackie Reno when we produced a video to honor her award as Early Childhood Educator of the Year for the Permanent Fund for Vermont's Children.
Nominations Sought for Vermont Crime Victim Service Awards 2018on Jan 30, 2018 12:05:00 PM
Vermont Center for Crime Victim Services announced that nominations are open for a new series of awards: "These awards recognize victim activists who have inspired us through their acts of courage and compassion, programs or individuals whose work has been particularly innovative and pioneering, and those who exemplify the long-term commitment that characterizes many of Vermont’s victim service providers, some of whom are themselves victims of crime."
Topics: Client-Agency Relationship
Welcome to Our Client Family: NIM.MERSIONon Dec 1, 2017 11:00:00 AM
We're delighted to welcome NIM.MERSION, a Swedish relocation, immigration, and destination services company, to the Marketing Partners' family of clients with a mission focused on serving companies with employer brands based on positive practices and quality workplaces.
Since its original founding in 1995 by Lena Rekdal, a Swedish native educated in the U.S. and U.K., what was originally known as Newcomers Immigration & Relocation has offered a full range of services to employers seeking to support employees recruited to Sweden, and Swedish companies with employees relocating outside the country.
VPR Features the Purpose-Land Connection at Rock Point Schoolon Nov 10, 2017 4:32:32 PM
"He started to find himself again on a 10-by-15 foot garden plot, at the Rock Point School in Burlington." This was one of several stories Vermont Public Radio shared of Vermont veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan and who have begun to find healing through farming and connection to the land.
Rock Point School is located on a 146-acre peninsula jutting into Lake Champlain two miles north of Burlington. Rock Point hosts the school, community gardens, a conference center, hiking trails, a large solar-power installation, and one of the most famous geological features in Vermont. Listen at:
Vermont Veterans Find Peace And Purpose In The Soil, on Vermont Public Radio
Topics: Rock Point School
Work of Vermont Guardian ad Litem Volunteers Highlighted by Valley News and VTDiggeron Oct 30, 2017 12:40:00 PM
"Currently, about 1,300 children statewide are in the custody of the Vermont Department for Children and Families, and about 650 are in conditional custody arrangements, according to David Kennedy, an attorney who is manager of the guardian ad litem program in Montpelier."
Vermont Guardian ad Litem program volunteers (and the need for more volunteers) were recently featured in the Valley News and VT Digger. The articles illustrate the growing caseload and need for volunteers and the importance of their work with children. We look forward to reaching out with the Vermont Guardian ad Litem team and building their community of volunteers.
Vermont Rural Ventures attracts $47.6 million in new capitalon Oct 25, 2017 7:05:00 AM
Vermont Rural Ventures through June 2017 has raised more than $47 million in new capital through the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) program to support 15 projects in Vermont and neighboring areas, creating 559 new jobs and retaining 1,332 existing jobs.
NMTC funds are used to retain and create jobs and essential services by financing key community developments in downtowns and village centers and in other concerted efforts that demonstrate positive community impacts. Using New Markets Tax Credits, these investments provided $47,693,516 of equity to 15 projects, allowing expansion and job growth. Vermont Business Magazine ran the story first.