Amesbury in Top 5 For Season 3 of Small Business Revolution

The city has a chance to win a $500,000 revitalization for small businesses.


After thousands of nominations from small towns all over the country, Deluxe Corporation today announced that Amesbury has made it into the top 5 towns that are in the running for season 3 of the highly acclaimed Small Business Revolution—Main Street series. The top 5 towns are competing in a nationwide vote now through February 20. People can vote on every day through 9 p.m. on February 20, with as many email addresses as they have. Whichever town gets the most votes will win and be featured on season 3.

The series, which airs on, Hulu and YouTube, features marketing and business expertise for small businesses in one town. Host Amanda Brinkman, Deluxe’s chief brand and communications officer, along with a host of marketing experts from Deluxe, help struggling business owners find their path to success.

Kassandra Gove, executive director of the Amesbury Chamber of Commerce, nominated Amesbury for the show. “The work that Small Business Revolution and Deluxe does is really incredible; the impact they have on the businesses they work with and the entire town is felt by everyone. I was so impressed with what they were able to accomplish for those towns in seasons one and two and thought that if they could come do that for Amesbury, it would be amazing. Our businesses work so hard but could definitely use a boost. We want the whole country to know how awesome Amesbury is.”

Deluxe, a leading provider of small business marketing and financial services, launched the Small Business Revolution—Main Street contest in 2016, and shared the inspiring story of Wabash, Indiana, in season 1. All eight episodes of season 2, featuring Bristol Borough, Pennsylvania, are now available online or on Hulu.

For more information, visit, 


Edit ModuleShow Tags

You May Also Like

Experience the Caribbean at Stone Zoo's New Exhibit

The $4-million Caribbean Coast exhibit is set to open in early June.

Manchester-By-The-Sea Resident Named as Chair of the McLean Hospital Board of Trustees

Carol Vallone, who has been a member of the McLean board for 11 years, has succeeded David S. Barlow.

Harvey Custom Windows Helps Transform Historic Building

The team finds a creative way to replace the 150-year-old Washington Mills factory site's 10-foot-tall windows.