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Minority awards’ audience urged to take on challenge

(PHOTO CREDIT: Najee Rahman, CenterState CEO)

SYRACUSE — Syracuse has had three major economic expansions, Vaughn Irons told more than 300 people gathered May 24 in the grand ballroom of the Marriott Syracuse Downtown for the inaugural Community Engagement Awards, held by the Upstate Minority Economic Alliance. The first two expansions — the prosperity brought on by the Erie Canal and […]

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SYRACUSE — Syracuse has had three major economic expansions, Vaughn Irons told more than 300 people gathered May 24 in the grand ballroom of the Marriott Syracuse Downtown for the inaugural Community Engagement Awards, held by the Upstate Minority Economic Alliance. The first two expansions — the prosperity brought on by the Erie Canal and […]

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