Carroccio named to Vermont Futures Project board

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Paul W. Carroccio has been named to the board of directors of the Vermont Futures Project.

Carroccio, the CEO of TPW Real Estate in Manchester, will join the board with Wendy Knight of Addison. Knight is the former Commissioner of Tourism and Marketing for the State of Vermont.

According to a press release, Carroccio is passionate about being an entrepreneur and building a strong, lasting organization in TPW and is active in the Manchester community.

Carroccio serves as chair of the Manchester Business Association, treasurer of the Dorset Theater Festival and as a board member of the Bennington Industrial Corporation. He is involved in the Putnam Block redevelopment project in Bennington as well as the various economic development groups throughout southern Vermont. Paul shares his love of Vermont with his wife Chrissy and their young two boys, Sean and Bennett.

"I'm really proud to join the Vermont Futures board and be a contributor," Carroccio said in a news release. "Vermont is a special place to live, earn a living and raise a family, but it all comes with a balance of economies, environments and social assets. The Vermont Futures Project is keenly focused on these areas and I am excited to be a part of the organization and contribute going forward."

The Vermont Futures Project promotes the long-term economic health of Vermont. Through leadership, research and education the Vermont Futures Project seeks to inform the conversation about Vermont's economic future and demonstrate how a healthy economy contributes to Vermont's vibrant communities and unique quality of life.



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