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Stephanie Crockett Speaks on Arts & Culture in Downtown Syracuse at 2017 Progress Breakfast

SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Stephanie Crockett, senior vice president and managing director at Eric Mower + Associates, will spotlight the Landmark Theatre’s story of resurgence at the first Progress Breakfast of 2017 on Tuesday, March 14, at 8:15 a.m. at the Marriott Syracuse Downtown. Crockett is the volunteer president of the Landmark Board of Trustees.

Located in the heart of the historic Armory Square district, Eric Mower + Associates is partnering with the Downtown Committee of Syracuse, Inc. to present the Progress Breakfast series, celebrating and highlighting the renaissance occurring Downtown. In her presentation, Crockett will preview what’s next for the Landmark as the curtain rises on its exciting new chapter.

“Arts and cultural organizations like the Landmark Theatre have an impact not only on downtown lifestyle, but also significantly contribute economically, benefitting retail and hospitality venues,” Crockett said. “The Landmark Theatre will have over 100,000 visitors this year, with more than 50 percent of those coming from outside Onondaga County. That translates into substantial spending downtown, positively impacting our local businesses.”

Crockett has more than 17 years of communications and marketing experience and has been with EMA since 2004. She currently leads EMA’s Syracuse office. In this role, she supervises a staff of more than 60 employees across the full range of marketing communications disciplines, including advertising, media, public relations, social media, SEO, interactive and market research. As a member of the agency’s senior leadership team, Crockett also leads EMA’s Energy + Sustainability specialty group and has extensive knowledge of healthcare and financial services.

The Progress Breakfast will also feature presentations by Carol Eaton, vice president of marketing for Visit Syracuse, on the organization’s new branding initiative and Sean Kirst, former Syracuse newspaper columnist, on the relationship between the arts and Downtown. More information is available on the Downtown Committee’s website


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