The “Traveling 30s” wrap up a year on tour

In preparation and recognition of our 30th Anniversary, celebrated on January 3, 2019, two sets of the number “30” were created for use at events throughout 2018 and into 2019.

Standing approximately 30 inches tall, the green sculptures came to be known as the “Traveling 30s.” During their year on tour, they made appearances at Enterprise Bank functions and bank-sponsored community events, customer locations, and even on a sled and a firetruck.  They made visits to nearly 40 locations in our footprint of North Central and Merrimack Valley Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire.

For six months of the tour, on the 30th of the month the Traveling 30s visited community locations where Enterprise Bank surprised the first 30 visitors by paying for their ice cream or venue admission and providing a fun photo opportunity.

Above, the Traveling 30 made a stop at MCC School of Nursing.

The 30s were well received and even popular photo opportunities at the following locations:

Branch Cookouts in Nashua, Hudson and Pelham, NH

Downtown Lowell Cookout

Discovery Museum

Enterprise Bank Celebrating Women Events

Enterprise Bank Top Places to Work Game Night

Enterprise Bank’s 30th Anniversary Celebration

Enterprise Investment Forum

Fire Safety Workshop

Fitchburg Art Museum

Flagship Press

Friends of Liberty Strawberry Festival

Greater Lowell Chamber of Commerce

Internal team member 30th Birthdays

Lawrence Senior Day

Leominster Branch Soft Opening

Livingston Park

Lowell Chamber of Commerce Cookout

Lowell Fire Department

Lowell Spinners game at Edward A. LeLacheur Park

Lowell Telecommunication Corporation (LTC) Television Station

Mann Orchards

Middlesex Community College School of Nursing

Middlesex West Chamber of Commerce at Enterprise Bank’s Acton Branch

Nashua Rotary Club

Pelham Elementary School

Taste of Nashua at Main Street Nashua Branch

Trinity EMS

Umass Lowell

Windham Rail Trail

Windham Strawberry Festival

Yankee Doodle Homecoming

 

The 30 grabbed a photo with the team at Trinity EMS.

 

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