The senator secured a $125,000 New York state grant to support the center. “This is all about jobs,” he said, speaking of entrepreneurs who establish new businesses and the new center that will advise and support them. “We’re going to create more success stories,” he said.
Also speaking at the event were Assemblyman Will Barclay, SUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley, School of Business Dean Lanny Karns and Nancy Bellow, director of the college’s Center for Business and Community Development.
(Posted: Mar 30, 2005)