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About K T & T Distributors Inc.

At KT&T Distributors, Inc we provide our customers with peace of mind that they are receiving value added service and quality products all while reaching small business goals.

In 1995 KT&T completed a business plan, established a warehouse, and began distributing industrial products and services at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. KT&T is a Minority and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (MBE/DBE) federally certified with the states of Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and New York. KT&T is commercially certified with New England Minority Supplier Development Council. KT&T is an authorize distributor of construction, electrical, plumbing, recycling, safety, and solar products. KT&T provides services for energy audits, environmental services, and facility management support services.

Kevin M. Porter – Founding member of KT&T. Prior experience at Sentinel Enterprises and Infinity Broadcast Company. He holds a Bachelor of Science from Northeastern University.

Anthony F. DeCotis Jr. – Founding member of KT&T. Prior experience at Sentinel Enterprises and FedEx Corporation. He holds a Bachelor of Science from State University of New York @ Plattsburgh.

Timothy J. Robenhymer, Esq. – Founding member of KT&T. Prior experience as an attorney for Patridge, Snow, Hahn and Morrison, Mahoney, Miller. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from American University and a Juris Doctorate from Catholic University Columbus School of Law.

Federal Codes
Type of Organization
21 Small Business
23 Minority Owned Business
77 Service Provider
A5 Veteran Owned Business
B2 Emerging Small Business
OY Black American Owned
VW Contracts and Grants
XS S Corporation


Central Contractor Registration
DUNS# 096791954
CAGE Code 3H8M7

International Facilities Management Association

Greater New England Minority Supplier Development Council

New Hampshire Department of Transportation

Small Business Administration

US Green Building Council


CAGE Code: 3H8M7

Small Disadvantaged Certified

Certified MBE # 1317

New England Minority Supplier Development Council, Boston Chapter

Rhode Island DOT
Certified DBE

New York State DOT
Certified DBE/MBE

New Hampshire DOT
Certified DBE/MBE

Vermont DOT
Certified DBE/MBE

Massachussetts State Office of Minority and Women Business Assistance
Certified DBE/MBE

Maine DOT
Certified DBE/MBE

DBE certification is a Federal designation used in conjunction with US Department of Transportation (US DOT) funded projects and contracts. To qualify as a DBE, the business must be owned and controlled by one or more socially and economically disadvantaged persons as defined by DBE Regulation 49 CFR Parts 23 and 26. The presumption of disadvantage is refutable.

DBE - Disadvantaged Business Enterprise
MBE - Minority Business Enterprise


Steve's Striders

KT&T Distributors, Inc. is a corporate partner in Steve's Striders of Nashua, New Hampshire, walking for a cure in the Jimmy Fund 26.2 Boston Maraton Walk. "T" has helped raise more than $100,000 in the years since being elected as Co-Captain of the team. He has held a dinner dance in honor of all friends and family members who have succumbed to cancer. Go to to make or learn how to make a donation.

Special Olympics

KT&T Distributors, Inc is a supporter of the Special Olympics New Hampshire. Kevin supports Sean O'Connor's participation in skiing, golf and hiking. Special Olympics New Hampshire (SONH) is a non-profit organization providing sports training and athletic competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. Currently 3,500 participants and thousands of volunteers, friends and family members take part in SONH activities. Go to to make or learn how to make a donation.

Beepball - Baseball for the Blind

The Carroll Center for the Blind, located in Newton, Massachusetts, provides training and adaptive devices to individuals of all ages who have lost their sight so they can live independent and fulfilling lives. KT&T donates various prepacked items for the snack bar during the "Beep Baseball' game an athletic activity with encourages both physical movement and teamwork. Students handed out coupons at lunch for a free bag of chips or a free package of candy for the games, and used their skills in Braille to create labels for the snack bar.

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