Plymouth Lobster Crawl book to be released

Two locals author "tails" of America's Hometown
Cover photo courtesy of author

Inspired by Norfolk, Virginia’s Mermaid Public Art Display, local marketing business owner and entrepreneur brought her spin to Public Art to what she nows considers her hometown which happens to also be America’s Hometown. Twenty year Plymouth resident Claudine LeBlanc Reid collaborated with the Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce to launch the Plymouth Lobster Crawl this past August. All the while, she intended to write her first book showcasing the beautiful art created by local artists.

“The Plymouth Lobster Crawl is the culmination of three areas of interest I am passionate about: business, the arts, and my community” Claudine stated. “Tails” of America’s Hometown, Plymouth, Massachusetts is a whimsical, fun rendition of The Plymouth Lobster Crawl which incites soundbites of local historical facts. The book features the 29 lobsters created by local artists and sponsored by local businesses.

Illustrator, Jan Walsh is in fact one of the artists who created one of the lobsters on display, “Louie” to be precise. Her love of the project and her past experience having worked on children’s books brought Reid and Walsh together. “It’s been a lot of fun collaborating with Claudine on this book, it came together so timely and beautifully. I think people are going to really enjoy the book!” states Walsh.

Special offers are being extended on a limited basis in this pre publication phase. Book are slated to arrive mid November.

Creating Marketing Results, LLC (CMR) services businesses by customizing marketing initiatives with a focus on grassroots marketing, community development and special events. Claudine was born and raised in Assonet, MA and is a graduate of both Bishop Connolly High School and Fairfield University. Claudine is the sole proprietor of CMR which just celebrated ten years in business this past summer.


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