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Wright Museum “partnering” up with local businesses

Wolfeboro, NH—July 12, 2018–For any nonprofit, regardless of size, partnerships with local communities are critical, which is the case for the Wright Museum in Wolfeboro, NH.

In the museum’s Sponsor Program, corporations of varying sizes make a financial investment to support something specific, such as the costs associated with an exhibit, event or program. In its Partner Program, which was recently re-launched, businesses throughout the Lakes Region agree to provide a 10% discount on products and services to museum members along with other possible perks.

In return for supporting the Wright Museum, businesses receive recognition in the community along with other benefits. According to Mike Culver, executive director at the Wright Museum, the program’s larger objective is to enhance Wolfeboro.

“By working together, we create great educational experiences, take better care of our collection and help make this town and surrounding region just that much better,” he said. “We are so grateful for the opportunity to work closely with the business sector both here and across the state.”

Recently, Annie’s Book Stop in Laconia and 1810 House Bed & Breakfast at Winnipesaukee Winery signed on as business partners. As partners, Annie’s Book Stop will provide museum members with a 10% discount off purchases, while 1810 will provide a 10% discount off wine and wine related retail items (not antiques) and two-night stays.

“We used to have a similar partner program, so this is exciting for us to re-launch it now with renewed vigor and purpose,” Culver said. “I believe the program benefits everyone involved and provides a wonderful way to enhance our memberships.”

The Wright Museum of World War II is located in Wolfeboro, NH and open daily to the public for the 2018 season from May 1 through October 31. Museum hours are Monday to Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm, and Sunday from 12 to 4 pm.

The Museum is a not-for-profit educational institution that focuses on the American home front and war front during World War II. The museum is located at 77 Center Street, Wolfeboro, NH, on Route 28.