PRESS RELEASE: Gatsas Releases Schedule for Second Week of Granite Growth Business Tour

MANCHESTER, NH – – Coming off a successful first week of his Granite Growth Business Tour, Republican gubernatorial candidate Mayor Ted Gatsas released a second week of tour stops to promote his Granite Growth Agenda, a comprehensive plan for New Hampshire’s economy.

“Since I rolled out my Granite Growth Agenda I have received a lot of positive feedback.  Everyone I talk to, and meet with, appreciates that my plan for New Hampshire’s economy combines my success as a self-made businessman with my executive and legislative experience.  Stakeholders also value that my Granite Growth Agenda has tangible and achievable goals that they can participate in,” commented Gatsas.

Gatsas will continue his Granite Growth Business Tour across the state and make several stops with a focus on infrastructure.  The schedule is as follows:

Sunday, August 7, 2016:

New Hampshire Building Officials Association Annual Meeting, Manchester, NH

Monday, August 8, 2016:

Sig Sauer, Newington, NH

Portsmouth International Airport at Pease, Portsmouth, NH

Port of New Hampshire, Portsmouth, NH

Tuesday, August 9, 2016:

Sheehan, Phinney, Bass + Green, Manchester, NH

Nashua Wallpaper & Paint Company, Nashua, NH

Ripano Stoneworks, Nashua, NH

Wednesday, August 10, 2016:

Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, Manchester, NH

Thursday, August 11, 2016:

Samson Manufacturing, Keene, NH

Smith Medical, Keene, NH

Friday, August 12, 2016:

Labelle Winery, Amherst, NH

Monday, August 15, 2016

PROCON, Hooksett, NH

Turbocam International, Barrington, NH

NH Bankers Association Roundtable, Concord, NH


 Ted Gatsas is the the 47th Mayor of Manchester and is currently serving his fourth term.  Prior to serving as Mayor he served concurrently as a city Alderman and State Senator representing District 16.  He served as Senate President from 2005 – 2006.  Before entering public service Ted and his brother Michael co-foudned Staffing Network an employee-leasing company that grew to be one of the largest employers in New Hampshire. Staffing Network was eventually acquired by ADP Payroll affording Ted the ability to serve the City of Manchester and the State of New Hampshire and give back to the city and state that had shaped his life and career.