Belknap EDC Helps Fund Gilmanton Iron Works Market Improvements
L to R, Sean Lord, owner of Gilmanton Iron Works, and Ken Wilson, Belknap EDC Loan Officer
Working with the Belknap Economic Development Council, the Gilmanton Iron Works Market recently received the support and funding needed to upgrade their store at their Iron Works location. Belknap EDC provided loan funds for the purchase of equipment and energy upgrades.
Sean Lord, owner of Gilmanton Iron Works, said, “Working with Ken Wilson from Belknap EDC has been a pleasure while we pursued improvements to our store and found solutions to ease our cash flow. We cannot thank everyone enough for helping to make this happen.” “This is our second project with the support of Belknap EDC and we have enjoyed our collaborations with Belknap EDC, in particular, its’ business revolving loan programs.”
“All are invited to join us at our Open House on Saturday, December 1st from 1-5 pm to sample Simone’s cookies, breads, and Stollen.”
Ken Wilson, BEDC Loan Officer, added, “We couldn’t be prouder to work with Gilmanton Iron Works Market and assist this Gilmanton icon.” Iron Works Market is a community and business leader in Gilmanton and we greatly appreciate their support of our Lakes Region community. Their commitment to grow their business and create jobs here is commendable and we look forward to their continued success.”
Gilmanton Iron Works Market is a full-service grocery store and deli located at 1818 NH Route 140 in Gilmanton Iron Works, NH. The local landmark has been in operation since 1900 and is open seven days a week year-round.