SIGNATURE ACCESS EVENT AT THE COMMUNITY FOLK ART CENTER
Posted on March 22, 2023
Nearly 100 CenterState CEO members and their guests enjoyed a Signature Access Event at the Community Folk Art Center (CFAC) in Syracuse. Held in the CFAC gallery, attendees experienced Black History Month exhibits while enjoying food and beverages provided by Bull & Bear Roadhouse Catering. The invitation-only event featured an exclusive opportunity for executive-level CenterState CEO members to network and connect.
The evening’s special guests included executives of Southwest Airlines who attend the event as part of a familiarization tour. See related story.
Signature Access Events, sponsored by Dannible & McKee, LLP, are open exclusively to leadership of CenterState CEO Investors, Executive Partners, Corporate Partners and their guests, providing access to valuable networking with Central New York’s business and community leaders.
Chris Didio, with event sponsor Dannible & McKee, LLP, presents drawing winner Elizabeth Race, owner of Eco-Baggeez LLC, with two complimentary Southwest Airlines tickets.
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