Red Door Three is getting a new front door.
Stacy Edmundson is moving her business to Terradyne Country Club.
When she started Red Door Three last year, she said it wouldn’t be long before she’d be moving it out of her home.
Edmundson is an authorized dealer for Nimlok, a global company that makes a variety of display products, such as for trade show exhibits.
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She says Terradyne, which is in Andover, where Edmundson lives, gives her a lot of options. She has a conference room to use when she needs it and plans to have a lot of business meetings over meals at the Hereford House, which also is located there.
Edmundson says she likes that Terradyne is close to K-96, so it’s easy for clients to get to.
She says the environment also is comfortable and nice to, “you know, impress them somewhat.”
Edmundson says her business is growing in part through referrals.
She says she’s “been very fortunate to do some new custom projects out at the new terminal.”
That includes custom signage for displays and a brochure holder.
Edmundson is waiting on all of her technology to be hooked up before she can use the new space.
“Everything’s in transit right now.”
She says the new space should be ready in the next week or two.
“We are very excited about this next chapter.”