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Annual Economic Champions event virtually honors nearly 300 businesses

CenterState CEO honored dozens of companies as Economic Champions during its 2019 luncheon event at the Oncenter. The 2020 event, held Nov. 19, was conducted in a virtual format due to the coronavirus pandemic. (ERIC REINHARDT / CNYBJ)

SYRACUSE — CenterState CEO on Nov. 19 hosted a virtual event recognizing nearly 300 local companies as 2020 Economic Champions.  The event acknowledged the local firms for “driving the region’s economy forward” through job creation, business expansions, and investments in operations. The virtual ceremony also recognized organizations that have demonstrated “resilience and innovation” during the […]

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SYRACUSE — CenterState CEO on Nov. 19 hosted a virtual event recognizing nearly 300 local companies as 2020 Economic Champions.  The event acknowledged the local firms for “driving the region’s economy forward” through job creation, business expansions, and investments in operations. The virtual ceremony also recognized organizations that have demonstrated “resilience and innovation” during the […]

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