Intown Concord is grateful to the generous individuals, businesses, and nonprofits who demonstrate their commitment to our historic downtown by investing in our organization.
Merrimack County Savings Bank
"Merrimack County Savings Bank has been a staple of downtown Concord for over 145 years. We have helped thousands of individuals over the years with mortgages and personal financial needs, along with growing area businesses. Our roots are strong in the downtown, and working to help it evolve and grow remains a high priority. The Merrimack’s support for Intown Concord is based on a firm and shared belief in its mission to promote and enhance the business environment, cultural actives, housing and appearance of historic downtown Concord."
(Sean Skabo, Branch Manager, MCSB)
Donna Nordlund and her daughter Chris Nordlund have owned and operated Bead It!, located at 146 North Main Street, for nearly a decade. An energetic downtown booster, Donna brings a positive spirit and can-do attitude to events and initiatives designed to strengthen Concord’s historic downtown. Bead It! is an Intown Concord business member, and a committed financial supporter.
“Downtown Concord was our first choice as a location for Bead It! back in 2003. We wanted to be part of this community-oriented, creative downtown. We support Intown Concord because we believe in what they do to support local businesses as well as being a conduit for property owners, business owners, residents, and the City. Intown Concord supports local merchants with several events during the year as well as providing forums for learning (business workshops), keeping business owners and residents informed, and listening to our ideas and concerns.” (Donna Nordlund, co-owner, Bead It!; photo courtesy of The Concord Insider)
Learn more about business membership, corporate partnership, or volunteering with Intown Concord by visiting the "Support" options on our website. If you would like to explore unique opportunities for your business to support Intown Concord and invest in downtown, contact us at 603-226-2150 or info [at] intownconcord.org