CONSTRUCTION IS UNDER way on a new, 6,900-square-foot building at 383 Exchange St. in Middlebury that beginning next spring will accommodate offices for Bee’s Wrap and the Vermont Economic Development Authority.
Independent photo/John S. McCright
MIDDLEBURY — There’s new activity buzzing around 383 Exchange St. in Middlebury: A new, 6,900-square-foot, single-story building that will create office space for the adjacent Bee’s Wrap business and for the Vermont Economic Development Authority (VEDA).
Spearheading the new construction is Brian Carpenter, Middlebury selectboard chairman and owner of both Champlain Valley Equipment and 383 Exchange St. He explained that Bee’s Wrap moved into the existing 383 Exchange St. complex — which formerly hosted the Sears Hometown Store — last year, and now needs more office space. At the same time,...
BEE'S WRAP WAS honored as the Addison County Chamber of Commerce’s 2019 Business of the Year at the annual breakfast meeting last Thursday. Chamber President Rob Carter and Emily Gaynor presented the award to Sarah Kaeck, center, owner and founder of Bee’s Wrap.
Photo courtesy of Joanna Banks-Morgan
MIDDLEBURY – The Addison County Chamber of Commerce recognized a local business, individual, and non-profit organization with awards during its annual meeting held on Oct. 24, at the Middlebury Inn.
Bee’s Wrap, located in Middlebury, received the 2019 Business of the Year Award, which recognizes businesses that have grown, while providing excellent products or services while doing well by their employees and the community.
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