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Camden National Bank to award $20000 to Maine nonprofits through Leaders & Luminaries Awards

Nominate a nonprofit board member for outstanding leadership through September 2017

CAMDEN, Maine, June 8, 2017 – Camden National Bank Camden National Bank announced this week they will award a total of $20,000 to five Maine-based nonprofits through their annual Leaders & Luminaries Awards. As part of this initiative, the Bank proudly recognizes the importance and impact of nonprofit board members who dedicate themselves to making their nonprofit organization stronger through strategic leadership. Since the inception of the program in 2011, $85,000 has been awarded to nonprofit organizations throughout the state of Maine.

“With more than 4,000 nonprofits in Maine, it’s important to us to recognize the impact of local leaders who dedicate themselves to making the nonprofit community stronger and healthier,” said Greg Dufour, President and Chief Executive Officer of Camden National Bank. “Every year, it’s inspirational to hear the stories and successes of this devoted group.

Camden National Bank Names Nicole Gogan to Treasury Management Team

Camden, Maine, June 5, 2017 – Camden National Bank welcomes Nicole Gogan as Assistant Vice President, Treasury Management Sales Advisor & Government Banking to its growing treasury management team. Gogan will work with commercial, nonprofit and municipal clients located throughout the Bangor, Downeast and Midcoast Regions, providing guidance on cash flow management, reducing payment costs and creating anti-fraud plans with our suite of products.

Previously, Nicole served as the Deputy Director of Economic Development for the City of Brewer for over half a decade. In her role, Gogan formulated and implemented marketing and business attraction strategies in cooperation with other economic development interests within the community to promote the City of Brewer. Nicole began her career in retail banking at Bath Savings Institution as a teller and worked her way up to Training Center Supervisor prior to serving as adjunct faculty at the Maine Business School, University of Maine and Husson University College of Business.

I know Pepsi is the official soft drink of the MLB but why do you see Coke logos some ballparks?


Because Pepsi sucks!

No, just kidding (Pepsi does suck, but that's not why). Being the "official soft drink of MLB" just means that they buy the most advertising spots.