Littleton Coin Company named a 2013 NH Business of the Year by Business NH Magazine

May 01, 2013 – LITTLETON, NH – Littleton Coin Company, among the nation's premier retailers of coins, paper money and collecting supplies, has been recognized as the 2013 Business of the Year in the retail/wholesale category by Business New Hampshire Magazine. The announcement was made in the May issue of the magazine.

2013 Business of the Year

According to the magazine's editor, Matt Mowry, award recipients are "successful businesses that are leaders in their industries and communities." Littleton Coin was selected "for their leadership position in the coin collecting industry and for their outstanding philanthropy."

Mowry says the task of selecting the Business and Business Leader of the Year is not an easy one as Business NH Magazine receives applications from stellar companies and leaders across the state. Judging is conducted in two phases. A screening panel of chamber executives scored the first round of applications, whittling categories down to three semi-finalists. (The awards are presented in conjunction with the NH Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives.) Then the Panel of Excellence, made up of executives from the 2012 winning companies, selects the winners.

Commitment to Customers, Community and Employees – since 1945

Founded in 1945, Littleton Coin has long been dedicated to providing the highest quality product and service to its customers. Over the decades, the company has maintained an exceptional reputation within its industry, respected for their expertise in accurate coin grading and strong business ethics.

In addition to their exceptional business practices, Littleton Coin strives to be a community leader, donating generously to local events and activities. This year, the company donated $10,000 to the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, $10,000 to the local Boys and Girls Club, and thousands more to area initiatives and scholarship programs. The spirit of public service is prevalent throughout the company, and Littleton Coin employees are compensated for up to 8 hours of community service per year.

Littleton Coin President, David Sundman, was thrilled about the award. "For over 65 years we have called New Hampshire home and have strived to conduct our business in a way that was beneficial not just for the company, but for coin collectors, employees and our community. I thank our customers and team for helping us achieve this noteworthy award and commend them for all their efforts."

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