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Success Stories

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We chose Bolton primarily because of location and accessibility. From Bolton, there is easy access to Interstate 495, Interstate 290, Massachusetts Turnpike, Route 9, Route 2 and Route 3. Our employees can easily commute to our office from the greater Boston, Worcester and Providence areas as well as New Hampshire and Rhode Island in less time than would be involved in commuting to downtown Boston.

The people who visit our office from elsewhere in the US (and foreign countries) consistently remark on the beauty of our office and of this rural area. They are surprised that we are able to conduct an international securities trading business in a small town setting. Our business is technology intensive and relies on skilled professionals who have been trained in the major financial centers. Yet we have no problem competing on a worldwide basis with major financial institutions. In addition to the above factors, we are expanding in Bolton because the town is run on a fiscally prudent basis which is good for property tax rates, and town officials have been very cooperative in working with us to implement our expansion plans.
“Spending less time commuting, allows our employees to spend more time with their families and more time devoted to helping grow our business and advancing their careers with the company.”

Ray Grenier, Owner Delta Equities International


Growing up in Fitchburg, I was always amazed by the beauty, the friendliness of the people and the overall quality of life in Bolton. Fifteen years ago, I got the opportunity of a lifetime, when given the opportunity to acquire Nashoba Valley Winery.
“I have never looked back or questioned my decision as my vision of Bolton has only gotten better. Bolton is a community of friends and a community that has always supported the growth of our business. It just does not get much better.”

Rich Pelletier, Owner Nashoba Valley Winery