30th Annual Project Bloom Underway in Oswego and Fulton
Posted on May 31, 2021
OSWEGO — Project Bloom, a communitywide beautification program, began May 24 and will run throughout the summer season in the cities of Oswego and Fulton.
The program offers businesses in Fulton the opportunity to purchase baskets to decorate their entryways or sponsor welcome signs. In Oswego, businesses may purchase banners that are placed along downtown streets or sponsor a city park. Both communities seek professionals to prepare flower beds, plant, and deliver baskets.
Project Bloom is managed each spring by the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce (GOFCC) and supported by “numerous sponsors” including Exelon Generation, which was named this year’s presenting sponsor. The GOFCC is a fully integrated affiliate of CenterState CEO.
As the presenting sponsor, Exelon Generation says it will “rally employee volunteers to clean, prep and plant flowers on designated days.”
Read the full article on the Central New York Business Journal's website, here.
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