Wright Museum and Grey Shingles Camps to partner in September

In September, Grey Shingles Camps will sponsor showings of vintage WWII-era newsreels in Wright Museum’s movie theatre every Wednesday from noon to 1pm.

The sponsorship is part of Wright Museum’s Business Partner program, which features one partnership each month in which the museum works with local businesses to enhance their respective offerings and promote one another. 

For Grey Shingles Camps Co-Owner Robin Wyman, partnering with another Wolfeboro business like Wright Museum is vital for the town.

“Partnerships between businesses in a small seasonal vacation town help strengthen bonds and just feels good,” said Wyman, who noted their earliest camp brochures date from 1943. “There is history everywhere and we need to hold onto it.”

In August, Wright Museum’s business partner is T-BONES, CJ’s and Cactus Jack’s, which offered museum visitors a coupon for $10 off two adult entrees Monday through Wednesday.

“We are thrilled to work with another local Wolfeboro business,” said Wright Museum’s Stephanie Buell.  “Grey Shingles Camps is a small resort on the pristine Rust Pond. It is a little slice of heaven.”