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Downtown Syracuse is the center of our city, and is recognized as a place where communities converge and new connections are established.
On Thursday morning, October 17, the Downtown Committee of Syracuse, Inc. and Mower are partnering to host a breakfast and learn about the forward-thinking and progress that continues to recharge Downtown Syracuse. This month, stories of progress will highlight the role Onondaga County plays in fueling a vibrant Downtown Syracuse.
Tickets are on sale now for the event, scheduled from 8:00 am to 9:30 am at SKY Armory, located at 351 South Clinton Street (map).
Tickets are $35 for an individual seat, and $280 for a table of eight.
Click here to purchase your tickets.
We hope you’ll join 300 members of the Downtown business community, as we hear from Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon, Visit Syracuse President Danny Liedka and Onondaga County Film Commissioner Eric Vinal.
Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon will discuss new county initiatives and outline his philosophy when it comes to Downtown Syracuse and the ways that what happens in Downtown influence our region from a county perspective. He will also touch on partnerships between the County Executive’s office and various Downtown organizations.
Danny Liedka, president of Visit Syracuse, will speak about tourism and the draw that Downtown Syracuse has in bringing millions of people to the center of the city each year.
Finally, Onondaga County Film Commissioner Eric Vinal will share his insights on the film industry, and the economic impact that Hollywood cameras filming in Downtown Syracuse has on the region as a whole.
The Progress Breakfast, held twice a year, typically sells out. Keeping with the tradition of the program, guests have a unique opportunity to mingle with presenters following the event.
The program begins at 8:15 am.
Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about Downtown's most exciting endeavors!