Vets First Choice will build $20M corporate facility in Portland

Vets First Choice, a Portland company that provides technology-enabled care services for veterinary uses, will build a $20 million corporate facility in Portland. The news was made public as part of a $9 million grant announced Monday by Maine Technology Institute. The grant was part of $24.5 million in MTI “Lightning Round” awards made this week from the Maine Technology Asset Fund, which was financed by a $45 million bond approved by voters in June 2017. MTI manages the fund on behalf of the state. Read More

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