Even before the beginning of social distancing, summertime meant a season away from school. While many of our children excitedly await the break from classroom learning, our hope remains that our growing heroes will never stop learning. Learning doesn’t solely take place in the classroom. In fact, we believe that some of the best learning happens outside of school.

Student-driven learning, also referred to as informal education, is a wildly successful method for delivery or lessons, comprehension, and retention for heroes of any age. Changing the goal from memorizing facts to actually solving problems that inspire emotional immersion makes learning an adventure.

Our Online Summer Camps are designed to take STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) concepts and integrate them into fantastic stories. Campers are not doing math equations to get a good grade and please the counselor. They are doing equations because without the right numbers the quest will not be conquered.

A recent example of STEM and informal learning being implemented into our stories was the lesson on marine biology in our Online Wizards & Warriors camp. Our merry band of heroes needed to obtain a magical potion, one that would allow them the ability to breathe underwater. In order to concoct this potion, they needed a basic understanding of how it might work. Insert STEM here.

This is how it works! Create an immersive world, deliver an engaging story, give the heroes the autonomy to decide how to interact with the characters they meet, and use real-life applicable education to grant them the tools they will need to succeed. With our camps, there is no need for fear of a gap in your hero’s education.

Classrooms might be closed, but learning is a daily adventure.

It’s amazing to witness how disaster can bring people, and even businesses, together. We have been brainstorming with other summer camps across the nation, working together and helping each other stay active while social distancing continues to threaten the industry as a whole. The geographical distances between us are no longer a factor and alliances are being made by camps literally all over the world. We are all working together towards one unified goal: To be able to provide the best possible services to our communities.

The sustained level of uncertainty, however, is making this goal a challenge. The summer camp industry needs to prepare for the summer season if its at all possible to go live, but we are getting almost no guidance from our local government and even less at the federal level. Will camps be allowed to operate live? We don’t know. Will camps have to be provided only online? We are ready to do so, but knowing this sooner would certainly help us know where to focus. Will a new hybrid of the two be the case? Again, we could do this better if we had at least an idea.

These are the questions that need answers (or at least educated calculations) if our industry is going to do prepare. The answers need to come from local health departments and local governments. Even if the state government allows summer gatherings, the local health department is still the final voice – but the guidance of the state in that decision would certainly be helpful. So, we urge you — please write to your state government and local health department. Remind them of their neighbors in the summer camp industry. Help keep us in their mind as they begin to announce their decisions for the summer season. The sooner we know what we can offer to our families, the better we can provide those services.

It is also important to remind your local officials that, without the services of summer camp and child care, there will be unprecedented obstacles for parents once they are allowed to return to the workplace. If parents are called up to return to their jobs, offices, posts, etc…what about their children? This is an issue that may not have occurred to many officials or employers, but it is a pertinent one nonetheless.

Summer camps are an invaluable service for working parents and will be needed just as much as before once workplaces reopen. Our local government and health departments need to have the summer camp industry on their minds. They will need their local residents, like you, to ask them to do so. Please, reach out.

Until we see you again, we wish you health, safety, comfort, and support. May the adventure go on!

To find your local health department’s contact information, you can use the resources provided here: https://www.naccho.org/membership/lhd-directory

We know that with these uncertain times, it is harder than ever to plan for this summer. So we wanted to let you know our plans, including contingencies, which may provide you with some clarity and options.
We are running camp no matter what: Online or Live 
(as determined by the local health department)

We are planning on running our camp live and are in regular contact with both the Salem and Burlington Health Departments to make sure that we are aware of any new requirements that might be instituted as the quarantine begins to be lifted. We expect that the live camp experience will be different in some aspects from the past in order to minimize camper exposure to any remaining virus. But we are committed to moving forward with the live camp and required procedures if it is permitted by the health departments who license us.

If live camp isn’t possible because of the determination of the local health department (who has the power to overrule both the Federal as well as the State agencies), we will then run an online version of camp. The online version will have aspects of our April Spring Break online full day adventures as well as the online classes that we have been running since the middle of March as well as more hands-on projects and physical engagement. We have been brainstorming and testing many new activities to make sure that screen-time is seen as a story guide instead of the focus of the camp.

Below, we have provided the online camp information, schedule, and pricing. The pricing for online Overnight and Quest Camps are less than the pricing for the live camp. If you have already registered for camp, and we are not permitted to run a live camp, we will issue the difference in the form of a refund or apply your remaining balance as a down payment for next season (therefore reserving you the lowest pre-season pricing as long as you pay the remaining balance or go on a payment plan by the deadline in early November), or you can offer the difference as a donation to a family in need of tuition assistance.

If you are not currently registered for any camp this summer and you register for camp now, we will only charge you the Online Camp tuition listed below. If the camp ends up going live, we will charge you the difference between the Online Camp and the Live Camp tuition you already paid.

There is a lot of information listed below. If you have questions or concerns, please give us a call at (781) 270-4800 or contact us via our website. We are working hard to make sure we have all options covered and we appreciate your patience and support as we strive to make sure your camper has the best possible summer experience.

Online Camp Details

Online camp will involve the following:
  • Live Zoom and Google Classroom meetings with a video platform
  • Physical activities
  • Group breakouts (separate online classrooms for smaller groups of campers, led by a counselor)
  • Instructions for craft projects that can help their character in the plot
  • Virtual fields trips to museums for plot
  • STEM activities including programming
  • Hands-on STEM projects (materials list sent ahead of time)
  • Scheduled Meal/snack/social times are monitored by staff within our environment (Note: We cannot monitor if the camper moves away from computer or chooses to engage in activities or programs outside of the environment we control)
  • Online Camp will only run Monday through Friday for all online camp types

Requirements for online camp:
  • A big imagination! This is the most important thing of all.
  • A computer with a video camera and microphone. Although not required, a portable device that can be used outdoors is encouraged. Live instructors will work with your campers on our conference platform and once registered, you’ll receive digital files with projects for your camper to complete for the physical aspect of the adventures.
  • A supply of printing paper, cardboard, tape and glue, and paint or markers, as well as any materials the camper wishes to use to create costuming.
  • Sign/fill out the new online waiver form which includes language explaining our digital environment and our responsibilities.
  • Live camp paperwork: We still need this in place in case live camp is approved on short notice so that we can have the health department look over the camper’s health forms, immunizations, etc and get the camp open ASAP.

We are also planning on the possibility that some of the camp weeks or days may be online and some may be live. So we are preparing for both options in order to keep your camper engaged without interruption.

With this in mind, we have the following options:
  • If live camp is only running some weeks: Parents can choose to switch their online camp weeks to when we run live camp, or have the option to stay with online camp weeks.
  • If a camper is unable to attend either live or online camps: Parents can either donate the tuition to our nonprofit sister company, The Story School, or move their 2020 camp tuition to 2021 (we will honor your tuition as paid in full even if prices go up)

Important Reminder: Live Camp Paperwork (registration form, health form, and immunizations form) is still required. We will still require all in-person camp paperwork for all campers who want the possibility of going to live camp as well as the new online waiver form so that we can pivot quickly as soon as we get approval from the health department to go live.

Equinox Event: The Equinox event will be an online event on May 16 from 6-8pm for all pre-registered campers. Please register by paying for at least one camp option and contacting us to let us know you will be attending.

Scholarships & Referrals: We are still honoring all Scholarships and Referral bonuses.

If we do move to online camp, the below online pricing is in effect (for online camp only – live camp pricing will be the same, with pre-registration pricing ending upon notification of our camp going live). Make sure to read the note about the Online Pricing Difference.

Online Camp Pricing

Online Camp Pricing Difference: There will be partial refunds or credits to Monster Campers, Overnight, and Quest campers who have paid for live camp already if those dates are replaced by Online Camp. Day Camp and Day Camp Extended Day pricing is the same for both online and live. The amount of credit/refund will be the difference between the tuition listed below and the live camp tuition you have already paid.

2020 Overnight Online Camp

Monday through Friday (except Blackwatch) 8:30am-11:30am, lunch, 12:30pm-3pm, snack, 3:30pm-5:30pm, dinner, 6:30pm-9pm (social)

Overnight Online Camp Dates: Weekend coverage is not provided
July 6 – July 10: Zombie Summer Camp
July 13 – 17 and July 20 – 24: Wizards & Warriors session 1
July 27 – July 31 and Aug 3 – 7: Wizards & Warriors session 2
Aug 10 – Aug 12: Blackwatch Summer Camp

W&W Overnight Online Pricing: See note about pricing difference above
Register by Start of Session
2 Weeks: $1995
4 Weeks: $3281

Zombie Overnight Online Pricing: See note about pricing difference above
Register by Start of Session
1 Week: $998

Blackwatch Overnight Online Pricing: See note about pricing difference above
Register by Start of Session
3 Days/2 Nights: $700

2020 Quest Online Camp

Monday through Friday 8:30am-11:30am, lunch, 12:30pm-3pm, snack, 3:30pm-5:30pm

Quest Camp Online Dates (weekdays only): See note about pricing difference above
July 6 – July 10: Zombie Summer Camp
July 13 – July 24: Wizards & Warriors session 1
July 27 – Aug 7: Wizards & Warriors session 2

Wizards & Warriors Quest Online Pricing: See note about pricing difference above
Register by Start of Session
2 Weeks: $1330
4 Weeks: $2505

Zombie & SuperHero Quest Online Pricing: See note about pricing difference above
Register by Start of Session
1 Week: $865

2020 King’s Watch Online Day Camp  

Day Camp Online Dates: Monday through Friday 9am-11:30am, lunch, 12:30pm-3pm.
Extended Online Day: Monday through Friday 9am-11:30am, lunch, 12:3pm0-3pm, snack, 3:30pm-5:30pm

June 29 – July 3: Week 1
July 6 – July 10: Week 2
July 13 – July 17: Week 3
July 20 – July 24: Week 4
July 27 – July 31: Week 5
Aug 3 – Aug 7: Week 6
Aug 10 – Aug 14: Week 7
Aug 17 – Aug 21: Week 8
Aug 24 – Aug 28: Week 9
Aug 31 – Sep 4: Week 10

Day Camp Online Pricing: No pricing difference
Register by Start of Session
5+ Weeks: $410/week
2 – 4 Weeks: $475/week
1 Weeks: $575/week
Extended Day: $185/week or $62/day

Little Knights Online Camp (ages 5-7)

Monday through Friday 9am -11:30am, lunch, 12:30pm-3pm.
Extended Online Day: Monday through Friday 9am-11:30am, lunch, 12:30pm-3pm, snack, 3:30pm-5:30pm

Jul 6 – Jul 10: Week 1
Aug 10 – Aug 14: Week 2
Aug 17 – Aug 21: Week 3

Little Knights Camp Online Pricing: No pricing difference
Register by Start of Session
2-3 Weeks: $525/week
1 Week: $615/week
Extended Day: $185/week or $62/day

Remember, we are still honoring Sibling Discounts and Referral bonuses. So please encourage your friends to sign up for camp!


In the last year, we’ve seen many changes happening around the castle, from our new name and logo to our oceanic endeavors with Royal Caribbean Cruises. But the changes aren’t over yet. Change leads to progress and we plan to keep progressing further every year towards our goal of making educational adventures available to everyone who wishes to learn with us. Another change is coming soon that will be a huge leap in that direction. Say hello…to The Story School!

Beginning in the fall of 2020, all of our STEM Summer Camps, including the outdoor adventures in Salem and our King’s Watch indoor day camp programs, will be provided by The Story School, a 501c3 nonprofit founded in 2013 whose mission is to provide story-based educational programs to any and all young heroes, especially those in need. This is accomplished with fundraising efforts throughout the year and generous scholarship opportunities. You can learn more about what they do on their (brand new) website: www.thestoryschool.org

What does this mean for you? Not a whole lot. Registering for a 2021 summer camp will be done through their payment system, not ours. You’ll also notice their name in the billing instead of the usual “Guard Up.” The camps, stories, characters, STEM, and seasonal staff will all be the same that you’ve grown to know and love. It’ll just be licensed by a nonprofit organization — one that we trust wholeheartedly.

We have no reservations about entrusting the camps to The Story School since the summer camp staff has always been supplied by The Story School and it has done an outstanding job time and time again. As well, the nonprofit is overseen by a board made entirely of parents. Many have been supporters of our camps and heroes for over a decade and have had more involvement than you might realize, some ever since our beginning.

This will be the first official licensing of our STEM Summer Camps but definitely will not be the last! We have plans to license our camps to other organizations in the future to spread the good word of story-based education. This means that we’ll be offering our services to organizations, from just staff training and consultation to our intellectual property (a fancy name for the plot and game system).

So, if you know of an organization that would be a good match for our STEM/story/adventurously creative style, let us know via the form below! The future is bright for the Guardians and we’re pleased to say that soon more and more young heroes from all households will be able to share in the magic that we make.

Homesickness is defined as “a feeling of longing for one’s home during a period of absence from it.” But what is a home after all? Can you only have one home or can you bounce from one to the other? Does a home need a roof or could the night sky suffice? Can summer camp, at least for a few weeks, be just as home as where you live? We say, “absolutely!” But even the bravest hero might need a little help getting used to their summer camp home.

If your young hero has never experienced an overnight summer camp, we’ve got an event that might help them out. This upcoming Sunday evening we’re hosting Midnight Knights, an All-Night Adventure. The event begins at 8 o’clock and runs until the next morning when our MLK Full Day Adventure kicks off. Also, you’ll be excited to hear that the night is free for all registered 2020 first time campers! Not registered yet? That’s ok, we’ve got spots for you too.

The event is designed specifically for first time overnight campers to get a taste of what a night in Sidelterra is really like, all while getting to know the other first time campers they’ll be adventuring with this summer. There will be games aplenty, lots of chill time in The Castle, a campfire (of the imaginary variety, we are indoors after all), and lots of cozy cots to rest on. There may even be some characters, both familiar and new, making appearances, but you’ll have to be here to find out…

This event is for ages 8 and up. Food is not provided so please be sure your stomachs are full prior to arrival. It will lead directly into our MLK Full Day Adventure, which requires separate registration. The event is free to anyone who is new to Overnight and has already registered for summer camp, but pre-registration is required. The cost for non registered campers is $99, but if you sign up for camp by 2/21, the $99 will be applied to the registration, which can be filled out here.

Summer Camp is officially wrapped for the 2019 season. Thank you to everyone who participated and helped make the magic real for the young heroes at King’s Watch Day Camp here in Burlington. After ten weeks of nonstop adventure, there’s a whole lot to remember. Here’s some of our amazing counselors’ favorite bits…


John Cordero

“I loved playing Gilgamesh. I loved playing an evil villain and watching the kids band together to overpower and defeat me as a team. They had to surround me and I was force-fed a potion, which was pretty ridiculous and cool.”
“I learned a lot about how personalities can mesh…or clash. It was also interesting to observe how when you try to explain something to an 8 year old they’ll understand faster than a 50 year old, becuase they don’t hold onto old knowledge and are more open to new ideas. We can learn a lot from the kids.”

Elena Nahrmann

“I also loved playing out the Gilgamesh plot. The campers manufactured a magical weakening potion using STEM and the PH scale early in the day. After there was a this great big battle…it was epic.
Demon Town was a great part too. It was sort of a land of the dead and in order to buy stuff everyone had to do favors and sign contracts since there was no money. Everybody was making each other do silly dances to get potions and powers. Also John acquired one camper’s soul. All the campers fought together to get it back. I think that was my favorite week.”
“I learned how creative kids could be, especially when they started bartering with souls, which we did not expect.”

Sarah Galevi

“I really enjoyed the Orchestrated Meditation for the plot. We did that so we could call upon the spirit Ninsun to get advise and wisdom in order to beat Gilgamesh. She appeared to them after they had successfully meditated in the spirit realm. The kids were (surprisingly) very into! Not to mention, they were really quiet for a whole thirty minutes.”
“I learned how to be a leader, be more confident, own the situation, and improvise when things don’t go as expected. These kids have some wild imaginations and you’ve got to keep up!”

Mikey Scofield

“It’s always a good time goofing off with the kids, especially during the extended day hours when anything goes. I also really get into making the puzzles in Zombie Camp for the kids to solve.
I made one where they had to read cryptic pictures. The campers were tasked with using the clues in the codes to see how many stones they could put in the goblets. Once the correct amount was used the goblets were  keys to open a temple door to a secret room filled with new mysteries and quests. I mean, c’mon. That’s awesome! It looked so cool and the kids picked up on it really quickly.”
“I learned more about what can make this camp even better. Some stuff we weren’t sure would work actually had a surprising impact. We got to experiment in ways we didn’t expect and I think the kids got a lot out of this summer…and so did the adults. Everybody grew together.”

Outdoor camp has come to a climactic close and we simply cannot thank enough everyone who made it possible. From parents to counselors to the heroes themselves THANK YOU for another incredible summer of adventure.
Let’s take a look back at what your heroes got up to this year at Salem State…


Our heroes passed through The Gate Of Destiny and entered the magical realm of Sidleterra. They chose their respective Houses, got some combat training, and began their adventure with smiles and swords held high. Along the way, they studied the natural world around them, embarked on an archeological dig in an ancient burial ground, solved riddles and puzzles galore, and strengthened their understanding of the 3 Tenets of a Hero: Courage, Honor, and Compassion.
Creatures and characters littered their path as the adventure continued. The heroes met King Gilgamesh, a complex character, and fought alongside him in the shifting caverns. They gathered other magical allies and rid the land of the evil witch Baba Yaga. A cultural educator from the Center for Arabic Culture, Alma Richeh, arrived to teach the heroes about language and music.
In the final days of camp, the tablet of The Patrons went missing so our heroes traveled to a dark corner of Sidleterra where The Gate Of Destiny was originally crafted. They gathered information, banded together under a newly designed constitution, and defeated Tiamat’s giant army of evil. They also made boats…

I’ve literally made the best friends ever at Guard Up and they really taught, and are still teaching me, a lot about friendship and what it means to be a hero,” – Annika (Hero)
(Guard Up) is a place that allows children to have this amazing creativity in a space where they can be themselves,” – Lisa (Parent)


The Defenders entered the world of Asimov’s Foundation series, complete with the Galactic Empire, the Foundation resistance, and our big bad boss The Mule, a psychic mutant with control over the zombie hordes. They learned about the biology of the human brain while saving the helpful robot Daneel and vanquished The Mule by outsmarting his living dead henchmen.
The next week we introduced elements from Minority Report, specifically the concept of Pre-Crime. After learning about the concept, the campers decided that is was unethical to use it for themselves. They traversed a treacherous maze by solving parabolic equations, learned about punnet squares, and got to witness Marrow, the leader of the zombies, have a nice sloppy brain for lunch in the cafeteria (this was not served by our cooks, he brought it from home, we promise).

The environment here is really nice. You get to learn all the things that you would in school but in a fun and different way that’s very compelling,” – Panda (Monster Camper)
My son has been part of Guard Up for many many years and he loves the creativity, he loves working with the other kids, he loves being able to play different monsters, and I’m pretty sure he leaves a part of himself in Sidleterra every year,” – Liz (Parent)

Is your hero still itching for more summer camp excitement? We can help. King’s Watch Day Camp in Burlington is SOLD OUT next week but the final week (8/26 – 8/30) still has a few slots left. Register today and add one more week of adventure to your hero’s summer at www.guardup.com/campreg or give us a call at (781) 270-4800.
We’re looking forward to the next adventures on the horizon with great anticipation. Our storytellers have recently begun creating new interactive stories with a Moroccan cultural consultant, keeping with our standard of cultural respect and accuracy within our stories. Curious what this new tale will involve? Join your friendly local Guardians and find out for yourself…
…but before we dive into that, we’re thrilled to announce our big plans for October! (Hint: it’s got to do with Korea)

If you’ve come to our Summer Camp before then you’ve definitely heard the word “LARP,” the common abbreviation for “Live-Action-Role-Play.” Sounds like fun! But before you can play…you must create your role. Character development is one of the most creative aspects of LARP. You can be anyone, or anything, from anywhere, or any time.

Take long-time camper Kira for example, or should we say Barrel…



The possibilities are endless. If that seems overwhelming, don’t fret! Guard Up is always here to help. Try your hand at one of the Character Creation guides. Remember to use Mythology as your resource, get as wild as you wish, and, above all, stay true to your own inner hero.


For our Wizards & Warriors Campers: Create Your Character History

For our Zombie NERF Campers: Create Your Character History


Best of luck to you all and be sure to have fun as you prepare for an incredible summer adventure! Go Go Guardians.

“A champion team will defeat a team of champions…”


This is a powerful quote. Think about it. It defines exactly what a “team” is: a collective, a collaboration, a unit. When likeminded heroes work together towards a shared goal, they create something larger than themselves. Simultaneously, they become their creation. They become that unstoppable organization. An article from Positive Psychology Program lays out the core of teamwork in 7 elements:


1. Team Identity: A group with a strong team identity demonstrates belongingness, a desire to work together, and a sense of clarity around the role of each member. Groups with strong team identity also have high degrees of loyalty.

2. Motivation: A high level of motivation corresponds with the energy and responsibility levels of the team, and whether competition is working for or against the team. Having a motivated team requires knowing and meeting desires, setting stretch goals, reinforcing success, and being persistent.

3. Emotional Awareness: A team’s emotional awareness encompasses the amount of attention the team pays to notice, understanding, and respecting the feelings of team members. Emotional awareness is a critical factor in motivation, productivity, and a team’s ability to collaborate, making it central to the success of every team.

4. Communication: Intuitively, we know that communication is an essential factor for a group of people working together. It provides feedback and guidance on how well each of the team members listens, encourages participation, and discusses sensitive topics.

5. Stress Tolerance: A team with good stress tolerance knows how well it’s doing in managing the pressures of workload, time constraints, and the real need for work-life balance.

6. Conflict Resolution: Assessing a team’s conflict resolution means examining how a team processes disagreement and whether the team is able to deal with adversity as a way to enhance its functioning, rather than being caught up in the conflict. It’s essential for productivity and creativity.

7. Positive Mood: A team with a positive mood has is built on foundations of encouragement, a sense of humor, and an expectation of success. Positive mood is a major factor in a team’s flexibility and resilience, and it’s the heart of a “can-do” attitude. It influences how energized the team’s attitude is.


Our summer camps take teamwork to a whole new level with our Houses of Sidleterra. Every House is unique, supplying their own special skills and beliefs to the battle for good. From protecting the weak to conquering the ruthless, each House adds a new way of exploring the magical realm of Sidleterra.


Watch the video below to learn about the Houses, do you think you know which one suits you? Try your hand at our Quiz and see if it agrees.



If you haven’t already registered for camp, fill out the form below and claim your seat in your House. Space is almost gone so don’t wait to jump into the adventure…


It’s truly a remarkable thing. Think about it…history being presented on something other than the dusty pages of a textbook. Ancient Gods actually walking into the room. Famous battles taking place with you right smack in the middle. Scientific discoveries happening in real time (with real explosions sometimes too). Kids having the time of their lives while developing the skills they will need for the real world once Summer Camp comes to an end.

“In recent years camps have put a greater emphasis on what leaders in the child development field have been saying about the needs of children today. Camp activities and group living in a natural environment are the tools used to create camp communities that provide for successful, healthy development and a place where having fun is a daily criterion. In such a structured environment, children interact with positive role models who have time to listen, talk, relax, and reflect. They learn to work together, make choices, take responsibility, develop creative skills, build independence and self-reliance, and gain confidence. All are necessary steps on a child’s path to a healthy, productive life.”

The above quote is from an article published by the American Camp Association, outlining the real-life benefits of summer camps for today’s youth. Check out the full article right here…or their video below…



More Advice from the Experts

“The building blocks of self-esteem are belonging, learning, and contributing. Camps offer unique opportunities for children to succeed in these three vital areas and even beyond home and school.” – Michael Popkin, Ph.D., family therapist and founder of Active Parenting

“Camp is one of the few institutions where young people can experience and satisfy their need for physical activity, creative expression and true participation in a community environment. Most schools don’t satisfy all these needs.” – Peter Scales, Ph.D., Search Institute in Minneapolis

“What makes camp a special community is its focus on celebrating effort. In this less pressured atmosphere, children learn more readily what positive things to say and do when they make mistakes and face challenges. Brandwein also said, “The traditions and customs of each different camp are like a secret code that allows those who know it to feel embraced by something unique and special…Campers are urged to include, not exclude, others. They are praised for choosing new partners and not always the same ones. They are encouraged to respect the differences between people. In an increasingly sarcastic, put-down-oriented world, camps aim to be an oasis of personal safety where demeaning comments and disrespectful behavior are not tolerated, and children are taught responsible and positive ways to resolve conflicts.” – Michael Brandwein, noted speaker and consultant to the camp profession


Register for Quest Day Camp Today!

Can’t set aside the full time for Summer Camp? Guard Up’s got you covered. Your hero is invited to our Quest Camp day option, taking place at Salem State University. Questions? Give us a call at 781-270-4800 and we’ll be happy to help, that is what heroes do after all…


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