We are located in the small coastal resort town of Wells, Maine, a community that seems to have a monopoly on the word “lighthouse” in the phone book.
For example, we get calls for room reservations for the Lighthouse Motel and calls asking what time services start at the Lighthouse Church.
However, the biggest confusion seems to be between Lighthouse Digest magazine, Lighthouse Depot Catalog, Lighthouse Depot retail store, the Museum of Lighthouse History, and the American Lighthouse Foundation, which are all headquartered in Wells.
Although they may be closely related and help each other out, in fact they are separate business entities in the same town.
Some people mail donations to Lighthouse Depot, when in fact they should mail donations to the nonprofit American Lighthouse Foundation. Others call Lighthouse Digest magazine to ask for the store hours or to request a catalog or place an order when they should be calling Lighthouse Depot and others send stories or story ideas to Lighthouse Depot when they should be sending them to Lighthouse Digest. Don’t worry; remember when I said that we all work closely together and help each other out?
Well, we are generally able to straighten it all out without anyone ever knowing the difference.
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