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Small Business Pioneering in Waterville

May 5, 2016, 7:00 AM8:30 AM


shop smallA brand new business opened in downtown Waterville in the last few months: Napoli Italian Market. Be a guest with Waterville Sunrise Rotary Club and hear Nick Isgro tell the story of going for a dream.

Breakfast will be available for $8. (Pay cash at the door).

Small Business Waterville is honoring Small Business Week by offering a week of free programs for small business development. To sign-up for this online seminar go to Eventbrite. Walk-ins are welcome, but seating is not guaranteed without advance registration.

About the Presenter:

Nick Isgro, a native to the Waterville area graduating from Messalonskee High School in 2000; Nick went on to attend UMF and Thomas College. He now works as a Controller for Skowhegan Savings Bank where he has been employed since 2007. He gives back to the city in his capacity as Mayor of Waterville since 2015. He’s taking his community involvement to a new level with his recent decision to follow a life-long dream and open a family-style grocery store on Main Street, Napoli Italian Market.

Event Sponsor: KeyBank

Media Sponsor: TownSquare Media

Small Business Waterville is presented by the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce, TOCmedia, Waterville Main Street and Waterville Public Library. For a full schedule, go here.


May 5, 2016
7:00 AM – 8:30 AM


Alfond Youth & Community Center
126 North Street
Waterville, ME
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