, Newburyport, MA


February 7, 2012

Business News in Brief


Georgetown Massage can be contacted at 978-352-7677 or Georgetown Therapeutic Massage is at 20 West Main St., and is open Monday through Saturday.

High Tail Acres named Horse Farm of Distinction

High Tail Acres of Newbury is one of 33 horse farms and stables in the state recently earning the designation of 2012 Horse Farm of Distinction from the Massachusetts Farm Bureau Federation.

High Tail Acres is a training, lesson, boarding and show stable at the end of High Tail Lane in Newbury. It hosts a winter tournament every January, offers horsemanship programs throughout the year for all ages and abilities, hosts birthday parties and is available for clinics and demonstrations. Its horses and students have earned numerous regional and national awards.

The 6,000-member Massachusetts Farm Bureau Federation represents farmers involved in all facets of agriculture. The Horse Farm of Distinction program began in 1990 to recognize and present to the public horse farms and stables that set high standards and achieve a level of excellence in overall horse health, farm management and compliance with public safety.

For more on High Tail Acre, stop by the farm Monday through Friday after 3 p.m. or visit

Newbury floral designer named Bride's Choice

WeddingWire has selected Le Reve Floral Design in Newbury to receive its Bride's Choice Awards 2012 for Flowers & Decor for the second straight year. The annual awards program recognizes the top local wedding vendors from the WeddingWire Network who demonstrate excellence in quality, service, responsiveness and professionalism within the wedding industry.

Winners are selected based on reviews from past newlywed clients. Le Reve Floral Design is owned by Darcy Hammer. Visit for more.

Newburyport firm completes reverse merger

Brain Tree International Inc. announced that it has completed a reverse merger with privately held Trunity, Inc., the result of which is that Trunity has become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Brain Tree, which changed its name to Trunity Holdings, Inc.

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