Community. We've got a great one, right!?
Everyone . . . business owners, farmers, chefs, moms, dads, kids, poets, musicians, writers, potters, artists, pets, postal workers, teachers . . . literally everyone.
When we conceived of the idea of HEIRLOOM HOUSE we wanted it to be a workhorse in the community. A gathering place for meetings and parties, a shopping destination packed with unique and affordable finds, a place for parents to let their guard down just a little bit and maybe drink a cup of coffee with two hands, a lounge to "Netflix & chill" as the kids say (but, keep it g-rated, people) and... a spot carved out for local community members to shout from the rooftops about their passion projects/side hustles/new gigs/etc.
So our "Hyper-Local Room" was born.
This small room, with bight white walls and lots of shelving is perfect for creating displays of your work, hosting a trunk show, launching a new business, fundraising, whatever you think of we're probably game.
We've launched businesses before and we know how hard it can be. This is an opportunity for you to have a "soft opening" with low overhead and gage/garner interest in your idea.
We're keeping the fees to use this space super reasonable too. $10/week and we can negotiate services and help above and beyond that. Our aim is to provide a supportive environment so that other local businesses can succeed and thrive. Need Facebook'ing help? We are here. Need display ideas? You've come to the right place. Need website advice? We're on it. Need that rash looked at? Ehhh, we might not be the peeps for that.
Seriously, we know the more ideas, products, services, and businesses we offer as the diverse community that we are, then the more outside dollars we can and will attract. Making this a thriving community with vibrant commerce, enabling our citizens to live and experience to its fullest that #MaineLife that we all love.
So let's talk. Let's book. Let's get the ball rolling.
Email email@example.com and we'll work out a plan to make sure your venture gets the start it deserves.