Long before "going green" became a catchword, the North Worcester Business Association took a step in the direction of environmental awareness by constructing a "living sign" along the northbound side of I-190.
Crafted primarily from burning bushes that turn a fiery red in the fall, the sign is a supersized version of the NWBA logo with the words"Worcester" and "NWBA" incorporated into the design. The sign is emblazoned on a steeply sloped hillside. It officially welcomes motorists to the city as they approach Worcester from West Boylston and other communities to the north.
So many came together and donated labor and materials to the construction of the sign, which immediately became the NWBA's signature project, and now is considered a landmark
Generous Individuals and companies have become our sponsors' making yearly contributions to support care and upkeep of the living sign.
GOLD LEVEL $ 500 and up
SILVER LEVEL $ 250 to $500
BRONZE LEVEL under $ 250
Corporate Partner Sponsors
City Welding and Fabrication, Inc.
In Memory of, Peter C. Brosnan
Ed and Cindy Bourgault
The Harmony Club of Worcester
Business Coaches and Associates
Dodge Park Rest Home & Day Club
Braley & Wellington Insurance Agency
Webster First Federal Credit Union
Donations in memory of our devoted long-term treasurer, Neil Brosnan
Beth Proko, Mill Street Motors
Bill Talcott, Greendale Liquors
Steve Gaskin, Worcester Industrial Rubber, Co
Marcia & Mike Mills, Business Coaches & Associates
Arlette Lynch of Citizens Bank
Bret Burdulis & Bill Mitchell of Business Communications Systems Inc
Mark Bernier, of Edward Jones Investments
Michele Sloan, of Hoey Tire
Tracy King, Goddard Homestead
Lisa Bean, Webster First FCU
Bill Braley of Braley Wellington Insurance
Jeff Prunier of Edward Jones, Investments