Harborfest's Catch-22

Festival hasn't had a surplus since 1998.
By Chris Motola

    Harborfest?s national profile ? and thus the overall economic impact ? but the same events also make it increasingly expensive. The board collectively finds the idea of cutting back the festival to be counterproductive when it?s attracting the eyes of ac... [Subscriber-only content]


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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 79

Issue 79
August/September 2005

Cover Story

Business Updates

Profiles

Michael Maroun

My First Job

All I Needed to Learn I Learned at Burger King

On The Job

How Important Are Out-Of-County Markets to Your Business?

My Turn

"Deep Throat" and Confidential Sources

Newsmakers

Newsmakers

Economic Trends

Highlights, Awards Mark OOC's Annual Meeting

Special Article

Education: The Great Equalizer

Last Page

The Challenges of Women in Authority

Healthcare Briefs