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We’re looking for your support!

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We’re looking for individuals, businesses, trade associations, groups, and municipalities that believe the East West Corridor can enhance and grow the economy of the State of Maine. Not only are we looking for folks that believe in this project, we’re looking for those that are willing to stand up and show their support by joining the East West Corridor Coalition! 

What is the Coalition?
The Coalition is a group of like-minded individuals, businesses, trade associations, groups, and municipalities that believe in actively supporting the East West Corridor.  The growing membership of the coalition clearly shows that this project has wide support, and is one of state-wide significance.

Do I have to pay to join?
No! Joining the coalition is FREE!  There are no obligations or meetings to attend.

What happens after I join?
We will inform you via email as we post updates. Also after joining we will add your name to the growing list below!  

How do I join?
By filling in the form below you, your business, group, or municipality can join the Coalition!


Municipalities
City Of Calais
Town of Baileyville
Town of St. Stephen, N.B.

Businesses
Cianbro
Lincoln Paper & Tissue
Hardwood Products Company
JSI Store Fixtures
Bruce’s Tractor Sales
Robbins Lumber Company
Leibro, Inc.
Snowman Printing
Thornton Construction
LaBree Bakery
Cyr Bus Lines
Main-Land Development Consultants
CES Engineering
The Louis Berger Group, Inc.
Sebago Technics, Inc.
CES, Inc.
Kyes Insurance
Eagle Rental
Curtis Excavation
Sterling Northwoods, LLC
The Sterling Inn
Sargent Corporation
Sevee & Maher Engineers
Hancock Lumber

Associations
Maine State Chamber of Commerce
American Council of Engineering Companies
Maine Motor Transport Association
Associated General Contractors of Maine
Maine Better Transport Association
Eastern Maine Development Corporation
Greater Franklin Development Corporation
Maine Asphalt Pavement Association
Maine Aggregate Association
Associated Builders and Contractors of Maine
Sunrise Economic Development Council
Somerset Economic Development Corp
Central Maine Growth Council
Mid Maine Chamber of Commerce
Eastport Port Authority

Individuals
Professor Tony Brinkley, University of Maine Orono 
Tim Woodcock, Eaton Peabody
Mark Woodward, Former Editor Bangor Daily News
Andy Hamilton, Eaton Peabody
Mike Aube, President & CEO Eastern Maine Development Corp
Keith Van Scotter, President Lincoln Paper & Tissue
Terry Young , CEO Hardwood Products
Scott Wellman, CFO Hardwood Products
Jason Reed, VP of Distribution HH Brown 
Ed Armstrong, President Snowman Printing
Jim Robbins, Former President Robbins Lumber
Mike Label, Label & Harriman
Jennifer Breton, Label & Harriman
Hayden Shaw, Eastern Fire Protection
Miles Theeman, President & CEO, Affiliated Healthcare Systems
Tim Gallant, Citizen
Bruce & Lyn Jellison, Citizens
Marvin Scott Wilhite, Citizen
Robin Frost, Citizen
Elizabeth Sutherland, Partner -  Sutherland Weston
Dan Harriman, Citizen
Porter Leighton, Former Legislator
Walter & Ellen Stinson, Citizens
Richard Bjorn, Kyes Insurance
John Bogar, Kyes Insurance
Flint Christie, Kyes Insurance
Wendy Pomeroy, Kyes Insurance
Joe & Lee Bujold, Citizens
Lorna Neidner, Citizen
Tom Saviello, State Senator
Lou Hight, Hight Chevrolet
Ed Armstrong, President Snowman Printing
Mike Luciano, Citizen
Jim Atwell, Sevee & Maher
Peter Maher, Seeve & Maher
Kevin Hancock, Hancock Lumber

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