By Fred Stabbert III
Town of Delaware Supervisor Ed Sykes sat back in his seat last Wednesday night, looking his...
Investors of the Sullivan County Partnership for Economic Development recently voted in 11 new members to the organization’s Board of Directors during the Partnership’s recent ballot process. Those new members of the Board of Directors include:
“These additions to our Board of Directors represent the best and the brightest of the Sullivan County business community,” said Partnership President Marc Baez. “We’re confident that with their input and thoughtful leadership, we should make great strides in making Sullivan County’s economic development future a bright one.” The new board members will be officially sworn in at the 20th Annual Meeting to be held on Thursday, October 9 at The Sullivan in Rock Hill. For more details or to sponsor the upcoming annual meeting, call 845-794-1110 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sullivan County Partnership for Economic Development is funded primarily by private business with matched funding from the Sullivan County Legislature and the Sullivan County Industrial Development Agency. The Partnership, by design, takes the position of its investors when assisting those prospects looking to invest or expand in Sullivan County. Private investors make up nearly 100 percent of the governing body of the organization, and work through a board of directors, executive committee, and a dedicated professional staff. For more information visit scpartnership.com or call 794-1110.
Originally published in Sullivan County Business Edge: Fall 2014.