Friday, January 11, 2013
State Secretary Steven Grossman praised small businesses and Marlborough as a community during a visit to the Vin Bin Thursday.
State Treasurer Steven Grossman spoke highly of Marlborough as a community while he toured the Vin Bin Thursday. "I love Marlborough. I feel Marlborough in so many ways is a pioneering community," said Grossman. Part of that pioneering spirit is reinterpreting the downtown and businesses in the city, he said. The Vin Bin and the Marlborough Savings Bank which loaned the money for its Main Street location and a new location in Hopkinton as just such community businesses, said Grossman. “The Vin Bin is the kind of place we are hoping to target with our Small Business Banking Partnership,” said Treasurer Grossman. “The backbone of this commonwealth is small business." The Vin Bin is the recipient of a loan made by the Marlborough Savings Bank…
Thursday, January 10, 2013
State Treasurer Steven Grossman praised Marlborough and its business community Thursday.
During a meeting with owner Rick Lombardi and his family, State Treasurer Steven Grossman Praised the effort of small businesses like the Vin Bin in Marlborough.
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
State Treasurer Steven Grossman will tour the Vin Bin tomorrow.
State Treasurer Steven Grossman will tour of The Vin Bin in Marlborough this coming Thursday. The Vin Bin is the recipient of a loan made by the Marlborough Savings Bank leveraged through the Treasury’s Small Business Banking Partnership. The financing helped to create seven jobs in Marlborough and will facilitate the opening of a new Vin Bin location which will create 10 or more jobs in Hopkinton, according to a release from the Treasurer's office. Rick Lombardi, owner of The Vin Bin, Rick Bennett, President & CEO, Marlborough Savings Bank, Marlborough Mayor Arthur Vigeant and State Representative Danielle Gregoire will also be at the event.