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Erica Hatch

I make sure your business gets found and you have the best communication tools available to promote your brand.

Job New Media & SEO Specialist

Lives In Old Port

Growing up on an island off the coast can be difficult at times, but it sure teaches you lessons in patience time and time again. Whether I am back in my hometown on the island, or working/playing in Portland, being able to see the ocean every day is truely a blessing. I am so thankful to be able to call Maine my home. 

 

Why did you choose Portland? I have always been drawn to Portland. As a teenager, I frequented the city for various concerts. When I landed an internship with a company in Portland, I felt that I had really found where I needed to be.

What's your favorite indulgence and where do you find it? After trying one bite of the fried brussels sprouts from the Blue Rooster on Canal Street, I was hooked. Though I have been trying to mimic the recipe, I cannot even come close. The Blue Rooster is my go-to every time I am looking for a bite to eat in Portland.

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