161 High Street
Belfast, ME 04915
Hours: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Hi. My name is Pam Dodge Schultz. If I haven't yet met you, I'd like to introduce myself.
I joined VillageSoup in 2007 and designed the award-winning VillageSoup Citizen newspaper. I very much enjoyed the creativity and attention to detail that designing involves.
I now sell ads to local businesspeople. I’m interested in the 26 communities of Waldo County and I enjoy meeting people, working hard and going the extra mile to do the job right for you.
The Republican Journal serves the 26 tight-knit communities that expect the thorough local news, arts and sports coverage as well as affordable advertising opportunities, that a weekly newspaper and an up-to-the-minute Web site offer.
I think the greatest talents all of us are born with are the abilities to think and learn and I want to make sure your business and the local market are fully covered and well-served.
I was born and reared in the Midcoast, attended Camden-Rockport High School and have raised my family here. I enjoy horseback riding & showing at horse shows, photography, driving my motorcycle, gardening, reading and managing rock & roll bands. I am a member of Tri-County Horseman Riding Club and Maine Horse Association.
I also have my own business, Oldtime Sign & Design. I create and hand-paint old-fashioned signs for businesses and individuals. Check them out on Facebook oldtimesign&design.
I live in Appleton and love spending time with my three sons, three grandchildren, dog and horse. I like to laugh and joke and love the inscription at The Horse Park in Kentucky, "History was written on the back of the horse."
If you would like to explore how advertising with The Republican Journal - Maine's oldest paper – and VillageSoup online, can boost your business, please contact cell 542.1067or office 338.3333 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
I look forward to meeting you.