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This September, we're giving residents of Lawrence, Andover and North Andover $270K in Nift gift cards to spend at local businesses and help rebuild the areas impacted last year.


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North Andover Lock and Key

Established in 1990, family owned and operated in North Andover, MA at 199 Pleasant St. (corner of Rt. 125) in North Andover. We are a family team of talented key cutters and locksmith with over 40 years experience combined. If you have tricky locks on drawers, dressers, cabinets, or cases - as well as Rare, old, obsolete and Antique Keys which we have many from the 1900’s to today. Willing to make service calls on the spot for lock emergencies part-time only now 9am-1pm Tues-Saturday (if available) when you need to unlock anything.

Joined 9/11/2019
PAPA Rims and Tires

For top quality rims and tires, stop at PAPA. PAPA Rims and Tires will help you make your car look sleek, shiny, and memorable.

Joined 9/6/2019
Casa blanca - Andover

In 2006, the very first Casa Blanca Mexican Restaurant was opened in North Andover, MA by the Vargas family. Riding the waves of a good reputation and amazing authentic Mexican dishes, the restaurant has expanded its territory and its brand to two other cities in the North Shore of Massachusetts. The Vargas family opened their second location shortly thereafter in Andover, MA. The foundation for the Casa Blanca brand is built on the traditional Mexican values for hospitality and family. It is the mission of both families to immerse their guests in Mexican culture from the moment they walk in the door, by making every person feel at home and a part of the family. No matter which location you visit, rest assured that by the time you leave you’ll feel like a long lost cousin! In fact, at Casa Blanca, our customers always leave satisfied and amazed after every visit to one of our restaurants. This wonderful dining experience is not only built with our friendly service but with our freshly prepared dishes and enjoyable atmosphere. We welcome our customers to come and taste the difference— although the recipes differ slightly between the locations, all of our dishes at Casa Blanca are homemade from family recipes and prepared fresh daily. Once you give us a try you’ll never go anywhere else for fresh cooked, authentic Mexican cuisine. Here at Casa Blanca, we are grateful for all the help we’ve had along the way. We appreciate all feedback we have received from our customers and always welcome more feedback and comments to help us make our restaurants more enjoyable. We hope that you find this website helpful, and look forward to having you visit one of our locations soon!

Joined 9/17/2019
Janine's Beauty Works

Hello I am Janine LaPointe and I am a full service salon, I offer all aspects of hair care, Keratin, Brazilian Blowout, and also the 5 Star Eyebrow Wax/ Shaping $ 10.00 everyday price and much much more :) Check me out at and Janine's Beauty Works on Facebook...Text /Call 978-390-6820

Joined 9/15/2019
Merrimack Valley Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Merrimack Valley Habitat for Humanity is part of a nonprofit housing ministry that shares a global vision where everyone has a decent place to live. We bring people together to build homes, communities and hope. We are able to do this in the 22 communities of the Merrimack Valley that we serve thanks to the generosity and support of local volunteers, donors and sponsors.

Joined 10/3/2019
Cosmos Organic Nails and Spa

Just like you, Cosmos Nails and Spa is utterly unique. Tension does not exist here. All of our services and every employee at each location is devoted to giving you absolute focus, attention, and care during your time with us. Whether it’s a lunchtime touch-up on your manicure or a full-day of indulging yourself, every appointment receives spa-level treatment. Our staff is meticulously cultivated and trained to help you relieve stress and regain energy in all possible ways. All products used are carefully selected from vendors worldwide. Everything we do here is with the highest good intention toward you and your well being. When you feel better, you look better. And we feel good about that.

Joined 9/25/2019
Naisha Supply Salon

Happy and helpful owners make Naisha Supply the place to go to get your hair done, or to find great hair products. Visit Naisha for a new look you'll love, and products that will become the new best part of your haircare routine.

Joined 9/11/2019
Joel Enriquez - Barber

Joel is committed to giving you the haircut of your life. Working on innovative looks, new styles, and top-quality care, Joel is sure to make you look and feel great.

Joined 9/6/2019
Aldaly's Unisex Beauty Salon

At Aldaly's Unisex Beauty Salon, we work to give anyone who walks in the best treatment we can. From cuts and coloring, to whole new styles, we'll give your hair the best treatment out there.

Joined 9/11/2019
M. O'Mahoney

M.O'Mahoney Company: 145 Years and Counting! M. O'Mahoney Company has been supplying construction and building supplies since 1873. The name originated with its founder and owner, Michael O'Mahoney. Michael O'Mahoney was born in County Cork, Ireland, and died in 1910, within a few months of being sixty-two years of age. In his early association with Lawrence affairs, he was the superintendent of streets. He is best remembered, however, as a contractor, and in that trade was responsible for some of the very large public works' contracts of New England. As a contractor, he was in partnership with Jesse Moulton, of Boston, and they were responsible for the construction of the Clinton Dam, the Spot Pond Reservoir, Fields Point, Rhode Island sewer, and Stony Brook sewers, of Boston, Brookline Park, and the first filter gatherer in Lawrence, which was the second largest in the country at the time. Among the many other large contracts they carried through may be mentioned the Duck Bridge in Lawrence, MA. Michael, at one time, was one of the largest public works' contractors in New England. Edward A. O'Mahoney was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts, on June 19, 1885, the son of Michael and Ellen G. (Donovan) O'Mahoney. Edward A. O'Mahoney, who continued the contracting coal and builders' supply business established by his father in 1873, was not born until twelve years after that time. He attended the Lawrence public schools, graduating from the high school in the class of 1904. From the high school he proceeded to the Phillips Academy at Andover. His academic education ended there, and he entered the employ of a public works' contractor. Since then he had confined his operations to Lawrence and vicinity. The original business headquarters were on Winter street, Concord street being a later address. However, the address since 1891 had been at No. 8 West street, Lawrence. M. O'Mahoney Company continued to be run by the O'Mahoney family, first by Edward and then by his two sisters until the early 1960's, when it was purchased by Bob Lesser. Bob ran the business successfully until the mid-1970's when he sold the company, still situated on West Street in Lawrence, MA to Lawrence "Larry" Morrison. Lawrence ran the business successfully until he sold it to Salvatore D'Agata in 1985. Salvatore D'Agata, immigrated to the United States in 1961 with his family from Sicily. His family settled in Lawrence and strong ties to the community began to form. Salvatore graduated from Central Catholic High School in 1969 and attended college for a number of years. Upon leaving college, Salvatore or "Sam" as he is known, followed his father's footsteps into the construction industry first as a mason, and then as a home builder. After many years of building homes throughout Cape Ann and Merrimack Valley regions, Sam decided to take a chance on supplying construction materials. Sam purchased the M.O'Mahoney Company, which was still situated at 6 West Street in Lawrence, MA and within 2 years relocated the company to its present location of 175 Market Street Lawrence, MA. With greater access to the highway and more room to grow the business, Sam successfully grew the business and added landscape products to the masonry and building products already being supplied to his clients. In 1997, he was joined by his son Stephen full time, who up until that point had worked summers at the company. In 2001, his son Fred joined the company full time, also having worked there previously during summers. The D'Agata family is proud to call the M.O'Mahoney Company a family owned and operated business that caters to homeowners, contractors and builders alike. We take pride in continuing the rich heritage of the company as well as the strong local ties to the surrounding communities. We service the entire Merrimack Valley and beyond, with our reach encompassing all six New England states and New York. We source products from throughout the country and overseas in an effort to give our customers a great selection of natural stone, landscape and masonry materials. Anyone that walks into our showroom will always find one of the D'Agata family members present and happy to assist anybody with a project to complete. We look forward to meeting you!

Joined 9/12/2019
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Bringing great customers back through the door.

Rock the Register is working to help the communities of Lawrence, Andover, and North Andover recover from the events of last September. They’re helping the families and businesses that call these towns "home," and a big part of that is working with Nift to help the businesses of Main Street bounce back by creating ways for residents to discover and rediscover the small businesses powering their communities.

How is Nift helping? Nift uses Neighborhood Gifts—"Nifts"—to bring in the foot traffic that helps neighborhood businesses thrive. In September, we're giving more than 8,000 Rock the Register Nifts to residents impacted by last year's gas explosions. When these residents activate their $30 Nift gift card, they'll be matched with local businesses also recovering from last September. By driving people through the doors of these neighborhood businesses, Nift and Rock the Register are bringing business back to Lawrence, Andover and North Andover, giving people and businesses a chance to raise each other up.

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