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Offices with wisdom built into the walls

The day a “For Sale” banner went up outside the former 1790 House on Route 9 eastbound in Westborough was a sad one for many area natives who viewed the historic restaurant as a landmark.

But Deborah Penta, owner of Penta Communications in Westborough, saw an opportunity. The entrepreneur had leased a modern office building up the road for years, and while it’s made a fine marketing and communications office, the 1790 House was a place Penta felt she could make her own.

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PENTA receives 2014 WBJ’s Best of Business Award

WORCESTER _ January, 2014 marked the inaugural year for the Worcester Business Journal’s “Best of Business” Awards Program where companies were nominated by popular vote in numerous categories. PENTA Communications, Inc. was proud to be recognized in two distinct categories this year. PENTA was voted the best Web Design Firm and was also chosen as runner up in the Advertising Agency category. There were 51 award categories upon which nearly 1,700 votes were tallied. The awards ceremony was held at Coral Seafood Restaurant in Worcester, which was attended by award recipients, their employees, and hundreds of business people from throughout the region.

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Applications now being accepted for the Deborah A. Penta Female Leadership Scholarship

PENTA Communications, Inc. CEO Deborah Penta has announced the firm will be accepting applications for its 2014 Female Leadership Scholarship.

In its ninth year, the Deborah A. Penta Female Leadership Scholarship is awarded annually to a Westborough High School (WHS) college-bound senior who personifies leadership, academic prowess, dedication to her community, and diversified extra curricular activities during her high school years.

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PENTA Manager Co-leads C9 Food Drive

The Corridor Nine Chamber of Commerce, along with the DoubleTree Hotel, HYPE9 (young professionals group of Corridor Nine), local schools and member businesses, are joining forces to collect food for those in need. In the spirit of a community partnership, Corridor Nine is hoping to engage all businesses and residents to help fight local hunger. Businesses and schools are asked to set up collection bins and encourage employees, staff members, and parents/schoolchildren to make donations.

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