News : Couple Share Family and Enjoy Success in Their Respective Businesses

Oct 18, 2013

Originally published in the Portsmouth Patch, Exeter Patch, and Seacoast Online on October 18, 2013. 

GREENLAND — When describing the dynamic synergy that flows between their entrepreneurial spirit and eco-consciousness, Jane and Jeff Cutters’ stories have many chapters. From revenue generation and restaurant, to printing and publicity, to family and fishing, the Cutters have dedicated their personal and professional lives to supporting each other’s big-picture goals.

After meeting Jeff, who persuaded Jane not to join friends in California in 1989, the couple got down to business—literally.

From 1991 to 2006 Jeff owned the popular Portsmouth restaurant, Molly Malone’s, on State Street, “which was the place to be for a long time,” Jane said. After short stints as WHEB’s sales assistant, and account executive for The Alternative Agency, Jane fast tracked her Northeast sales career by helping to form ATA Transit Advertising in 1992, which she still owns today.

At the same time, Jane and Jeff’s personal lives grew. They married in 1992 and were thrilled to welcome two sons to their family in 1998 and 2000. As their professional and personal lives evolved, they didn’t stop to take a breath.

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