Exit Realty’s Denis Querrard of Lancaster attends international convention

LANCASTER — Denis Querrard joined real estate professionals from across North America recently at the Exit Realty International Convention at the Atlantis Resort in Paradise Island, Bahamas.

This convention is an annual event that brings top real estate professionals together to interact and learn from each other and promote discussions about issues and trends in the real estate market. A high point of the event was the special awards ceremony presided over by Exit Realty Corp. International Chairman Steve Morris.

"I cannot wait to go again next year. As a real estate professional, I was able to broaden my industry knowledge in a wide variety of issues," said Querrard. "This is an exciting time to be a Realtor and to be part of the Exit Revolution."

"I am looking forward to next Convention in Grapevine, Texas! So much great information to share with my clients and customers!"

Exit Realty is a by-invitation-only company focused on the business of real estate. Exit’s Mind-Set Training Systems offer the industry’s best hands-on, interactive sales training. State-of-the-art technology, including geolocation Smart Signs provides innovative marketing solutions to home sellers and gives Exit Realty agents the edge in a competitive marketplace. A portion of every transaction fee collected by Exit Realty Corp. International is applied to its charitable fund. To-date, $3 million has been pledged to Habitat for Humanity.

Exit Realty Trailblazers is located at 74 Main St., Lancaster. For more information, call (603) 788-4800 or visit their website ExitRealtyTrailblazers.com.

Erin Poirier joins Exit Realty Trailblazers

BERLIN — John and Kathy Trumbull of Exit Realty Trailblazers announced that Erin Poirier has joined the Berlin office at 5 Glen Avenue. Exit is growing and attracting quality business people like Poirier every day. “We are excited to welcome Erin to our Exit team!” said John Trumbull.

Poirier returned to Berlin four years ago after residing in Portland, Maine where she attended college and received her degree in Early Childhood Education. A native of Berlin, she decided to come home to be close to family and enjoy the mountains. Poirier and her family enjoy skiing, hiking and riding the trails on their ATVs. She has worked in customer service for years and has now decided to combine her love of helping people with a career in real estate. Poirier is anxious to work hard assisting people in buying their dream home or investment property in this beautiful area. Her engaging personality and positive attitude will be a great asset in working closely with people in what is frequently the most important purchase or sale transaction in their lives. Poirier can be reached via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., cell phone at (207) 837-0466, or the Berlin office at (603) 326-7450.

Exit Realty is a by-invitation-only company focused on the business of real estate. Exit’s Mind-Set Training Systems offer the industry’s best hands-on, interactive sales training. State-of-the-art technology, including geolocation Smart Sign provides innovative marketing solutions to home sellers and gives Exit Realty agents the edge in a competitive marketplace. A portion of every transaction fee collected by Exit Realty Corp. International is applied to its charitable fund. To-date, $3.5 Million has been pledged to Habitat for Humanity.

ErinErin Poirier joined Exit Realty Trailblazers of Berlin. (COURTESY PHOTO)

NSA adding workers in Groveton as it closes Londonderry facility

By Christopher Jensen
InDepthNH.org

GROVETON — NSA Industries’ new manufacturing facility in Groveton hasn’t opened yet, but the Vermont firm is already working on an expansion, NSA president James Moroney told InDepthNH.org.
It relates to NSA’s December purchase of New Hampshire Precision Metal Fabricators Inc. (NHP) in Londonderry, N.H.
Moroney says the Londonderry facility will be closed and the 70 workers will have a choice of moving to Groveton or NSA in Vermont.
“That transition is going to take place between now and the end of March,” he said.
He said NSA is trying to help Londonderry employees who don’t wish to relocate.
“We’re introducing them to companies for future employment,” he said.
There is also financial assistance, he said.
In October NSA confirmed plans to open the manufacturing facility in Groveton at the Chapman Industrial Park, the site of the mill that closed about a decade ago.
NSA, which does metal fabricating, machining and powder coating, has a long-term lease for about 73,000 square feet.
It is the first company to locate at the old mill site. At that time the company said it planned to hire 60 workers.
Moroney said about 30 workers are already being trained and equipment is being moved into Groveton.
The need for additional workers would depend on how many move from Londonderry. But Moroney suggested there may be more good news for Groveton, which has struggled economically for the last decade.
“We have other opportunities as well. It is a growing situation,” he said.