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Why Look Local First For Jewelry?

Why Look Local First For Jewelry?

By Chelsea Eddy Growing up I spent my summers exploring the various island communities dotting central Maine’s rocky coastline. Monhegan was always my favorite – an artists’ colony of dirt roads and seaglass wind chimes. Before moving to landlocked Chicago, I...
Strength in Numbers, February 2017

Strength in Numbers, February 2017

Underwriting for Local Presentations and Workshops Is Back: Bring an AMIBA Speaker to Town at Half the Normal Cost! AMIBA is thrilled to announce we again will be able to provide presentations, community trainings and board development workshops at minimal cost,...
Book Review: Immigrant, Inc.

Book Review: Immigrant, Inc.

By Chelsea Eddy “Part myth, part reality, the American dream is essential because it is what unites us. It is the shared belief that, in America, anything is possible. That people starting at the very bottom can catapult to the very top. Immigrants are the...
Strength in Numbers, December 2016

Strength in Numbers, December 2016

Helping Small Businesses Build Safer, More Welcoming Communities (and Better Connect with Many Customers) AMIBA now is producing window decals for businesses, schools, churches and any other establishment wanting all current and potential patrons to feel safe and help...
Give a Gift To Your Community: Go Local!

Give a Gift To Your Community: Go Local!

By Chelsea Eddy First published in The Missoulian Montanans pride ourselves on independent thinking, ingenuity and self-reliance, and that attitude is reflected in Montana’s entrepreneurial spirit. According to the Small Business Administration’s latest Small Business...

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