AutoServ helps Colonial Theatre

LACONIA — Recently, AutoServ of Tilton purchased $40,000 in NH Community Development Investment Program tax credits to benefit the redevelopment of the Colonial Theatre and an additional $10,000 in NH CDIP tax credits which will support Belknap EDC’s strategic goals and initiatives in the year ahead. Justin Slattery, executive director, thanked the Gaudet family, owners of the AutoServ companies, for their support and commitment to building economic opportunity in Belknap County and the Lakes Region.
“On behalf of our family and the entire team at AutoServ,” Donna Hosmer said, “we are proud to support the outstanding work Belknap EDC does in our community. From revitalization of downtown Laconia, to continued economic development for the vitality of the region, Belknap EDC is an essential part of our Lakes Region’s successful future.”
Chris Kelly, Belknap EDC Vice Chair, thanked the Gaudet family for "their generous donations which support Belknap EDC strategic goals and projects. We greatly appreciate the Gaudet family’s and AutoServ’s community leadership in the Lakes Region."


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Celebrating AutoServ's $40,000 donation to the Colonial Theatre project are, from left, Belknap EDC board member Randy Eifert, Executive Director Justin Slattery, Belknap EDC Vice Chair Chris Kelly, and the Gaudet Family: (center) Brigid and Paul Gaudet, Sr.; Donna Hosmer and Paul Gaudet Jr. (Courtesy photo)