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Mower Partners with Downtown Committee of Syracuse for 2019 Progress Breakfast

Syracuse, NY – Mower, one of the largest independent marketing, advertising and public relations agencies in the U.S. and headquartered in Syracuse, is partnering with the Downtown Committee of Syracuse for the third consecutive year to present the Progress Breakfast series.

The first breakfast of 2019 takes place at the SKY Armory on Thursday, March 28. Guests are invited to enjoy breakfast and learn about the forward-thinking progress that is recharging Downtown Syracuse. This year’s speakers will include Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh, developers Steve Case and Ryan Benz, and Elizabeth Dunbar, director and CEO of the Everson Museum of Art.

“Mower has called Downtown Syracuse home since 1968. It’s as much a part of our agency’s history and culture as the great clients we’ve worked with and the amazing work we’ve produced,” said Stephanie Crockett, senior vice president and managing director of Mower Syracuse. “We greatly value our partnership with the Downtown Committee, and we’re thrilled to sponsor the Progress Breakfast series for the third year in a row.”

Anyone interested in learning more about Downtown Syracuse’s new projects can visit the Downtown Committee’s website for more information and to purchase tickets. Tickets are available for $35 for an individual seat and $280 for a table of eight.

About Mower

Mower is a digitally integrated independent marketing, advertising and public relations agency with professionals in New York City, Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, N.C., Cincinnati, and Buffalo, Rochester, Albany and Syracuse, N.Y. Mower delivers strategic insights and counsel, digital solutions, smart creative and award-winning results to clients in a wide range of industries and service sectors. It has earned top industry accolades from Clio, Cannes and ANA B2 awards and is the only full-service agency ranked in Ad Age, B2B Marketing, PRWeek and Chief Marketer. Mower is part of two global agency networks—thenetworkone and IPREX—as well as the 4A’s.