North Andover Official Proclamation of Foursquare Day

Official Proclamation

I thought it would be a good idea to post the Official Proclamation that April 16, 2010 is North Andover Foursquare Day.  On April 5th 2010 the Board of Selectmen gathered for their meeting, and at 7:35pm took a rather unique vote.  With unanimous approval, all the board members signed the attached proclamation.

We should be very proud of our Board of Selectmen for being so progressive. There are actually very few municipalities that have made an official proclamation. Many have endorsed or talked about it, but few have made it official.

In essence this states that North Andover believes in local business.  That North Andover supports new initiatives to drive business into our borders.  That North Andover is willing to support new endeavors to differentiate itself.  Just another reason why North Andover is such a great place to work, live and play.

This proclamation is a great way to kick off a long term relationship between new social media and Main Street businesses.  Although we will try to never loose sight of what made us successful in getting to where we are, we look to the future in gaining new customer relationships and building long lasting loyalty.  We as business owners can never rest on our laurels.  There is always a struggle to keep up with the trends and demands of our customers, but in this case we believe we are actually ahead of the curve.  And for that, the early adopters will be rewarded.

I would like to extend my personal thanks to the Board of Selectmen, the business owners who have embraced this new opportunity, and the town for being ever so supportive.

Best regards,

Paul Boulanger

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