Our Sponsors

Becoming a business supporter of the Owls Head Transportation Museum has multifaceted benefits. In addition to supporting your local Museum, your support also strengthens the local economy and business community as a whole. The Owls Head Transportation Museum appreciates all of our Business Supporters as valued partners in local and regional business development. We welcome contributions of any denomination, and we’re happy to provide custom sponsorship packages tailored for your business on request. The following business are business supporters of the museum. Please show your appreciation through your patronage. To become a Business Sponsor please contact Valerie Velho (207)594-4418

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Bixby & Co.

Bixby & Co. was founded by Kate McAleer. Kate represents a new breed of young entrepreneurs who are breaking with the traditional career path. They possess a renewed American spirit that drives them to create new businesses that are socially responsible while incredibly supportive of local communities. Kate’s life experiences have shaped every aspect of the Bixby organic chocolate brand. The greatest inspiration for her recipes has been her strong, intimate relationships with family and community in addition to an active, health-conscious lifestyle.

• (207) 691-1778 • Get Directions
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Earl W. Noyes & Sons

We have been family-owned and operated since 1923 and we’ve been an authorized agent for United Van Lines, America’s #1 family mover, since 1947.

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Rockbound Computer

Friendly support and service for PCs & Macs! Rockbound Computer has been serving the midcoast area for 25 years. Our technicians are ready to help you with all your computer needs.

http://rockbound.net/ • (207) 596-7803 • Get Directions
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Skin Klinic & Day Spa

Skin Klinic & Day Spa is nestled just one block from the ocean and Main Street, in downtown Rockland. The spa is housed in a renovated Victorian, complete with original marble sinks and Tiffany stained glass windows. The house has a fascinating history. Originally built as a stage-coach stop, it became a part of the Underground Railroad. To visit is like stepping back in time to a slower pace and complete relaxation.

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Story Land

If you’re looking for fun things to do in New Hampshire with kids – Story Land is your amusement park! Story Land has 21 kid’s attractions that are specially designed for a unique shared experience for both parents and their children.