What is the Downtown Committee?
• A private, not-for-profit, professional
downtown management organization
• Represents al...
District Boundaries
Interstate 690
Interstate
81
Adams Street
Onondaga
Creek
Downtown Committee Programs
• Environmental Maintenance
• Security
• Parking & Access
• Economic Development
• Marketing &...
Downtown Committee on Social Media
@downtownSYR
/DowntownSyracuse
DowntownSyracuse
Why Tweet?
• $283 million in development taking
place here
• 16 new businesses in the past year
• 45% increase in downtown...
Social Media Use for the Downtown Committee of Syracuse
Social Media Use for the Downtown Committee of Syracuse
Social Media Use for the Downtown Committee of Syracuse
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Social Media Use for the Downtown Committee of Syracuse

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Presentation given by Lisa Romeo, Director of Communications for the Downtown Committee of Syracuse, Inc.

Session 8 of Social Media Breakfast Syracuse, held on 26 September 2013 and focusing on social media for non-profits.

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Social Media Use for the Downtown Committee of Syracuse

  1. 1. What is the Downtown Committee? • A private, not-for-profit, professional downtown management organization • Represents all property owners and tenants within the CBD • Undertakes programs to: • improve downtown’s image • strengthen its economic base • increase its attractiveness • assure that it’s clean, safe, and accessible
  2. 2. District Boundaries Interstate 690 Interstate 81 Adams Street Onondaga Creek
  3. 3. Downtown Committee Programs • Environmental Maintenance • Security • Parking & Access • Economic Development • Marketing & Communications
  4. 4. Downtown Committee on Social Media @downtownSYR /DowntownSyracuse DowntownSyracuse
  5. 5. Why Tweet? • $283 million in development taking place here • 16 new businesses in the past year • 45% increase in downtown’s population in last 10 years

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