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June 21, 2011

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RE/MAX Insight opens office in Seabrook

RE/MAX Insight, based in Salem, N.H. and licensed in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, announces that it has expanded to the Seacoast area with the opening of its second office, in Seabrook Beach.

"We are very excited about the opportunity and wanted to build on our existing Seacoast presence," said Darlene Dolan, managing broker for the new office. "We already have several agents based in and serving the seacoast communities and we are seeing more demand for this unique RE/MAX Insight business model from more and more seacoast Realtors. We see this as a fantastic time to build upon our talented agent base and serve the customers in this region."

This office, at 12 Ocean Blvd., will serve the needs of the customers and real estate agents in the Seacoast communities and will have a particular focus in Seabrook, Hampton, North Hampton, Hampton Falls, Rye, Exeter, Salisbury and the Greater Portsmouth, N.H., area, among others.

Jendrysik now creative director of Mechanica

Ted Jendrysik, award-winning copywriter and creative director, joins Mechanica as creative director. He will work on a variety of the agency's accounts. Before joining Mechanica, Jendrysik was creative director at Arnold and prior to that, an SVP creative director at Mullen, both located in Boston.

Mechanica, a 7-year-old Newburyport-based firm, employs 20 strategists, creative directors and brand directors pioneering a new approach to creating compelling, profitable brand experiences. Current and recent Mechanica clients include: Saucony, Global Pari-Mutuel Solutions, Weight Watchers, FCHP, Communispace, Kronos, PTC, Abt and Associates, Symantec, the U.S. State Department and Irving Oil.

Bank continues to sponsor concerts series

Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank's President and Chief Executive Officer Janice C. Morse recently announced that the bank has renewed its sponsorship of the Saturday evening concert series at Maudslay Arts Center at Maudslay State Park in Newburyport. The bank was the founding sponsor of the Maudslay Arts Center series during 2005/2006. To view the 2011 summer season, visit http://www.maudslayartscenter.org/category/events/

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