Not far from the Mystic River in Everett is the family-owned Leavitt Corp, the makers of the number one selling natural peanut butter in the northeast. Their classic facility sign, erected at some point in the 1960s, sports a cute running bear (chipmunk?), and is lit at night with floodlights since it no longer illuminates on its own.

Not far from the Mystic River in Everett is the family-owned Leavitt Corp, the makers of the number one selling natural peanut butter in the northeast. Their classic facility sign, erected at some point in the 1960s, sports a cute running bear (chipmunk?), and is lit at night with floodlights since it no longer illuminates on its own.

Not far from the Mystic River in Everett is the family-owned Leavitt Corp, the makers of the number one selling natural peanut butter in the northeast. Their classic facility sign, erected at some point in the 1960s, sports a cute running bear (chipmunk?), and is lit at night with floodlights since it no longer illuminates on its own.

Not far from the Mystic River in Everett is the family-owned Leavitt Corp, the makers of the number one selling natural peanut butter in the northeast. Their classic facility sign, erected at some point in the 1960s, sports a cute running bear (chipmunk?), and is lit at night with floodlights since it no longer illuminates on its own.

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