FingerLakes1.com will live-stream a debate between the four candidates involved in June’s Republican Primary in the 131st District. That seat, which has been held by Assemblyman Brian Kolb (R-Canandaigua) will be vacated at the end of the year. The primary contest is between Manchester Town Supervisor Jeff Gallahan, Former Canandaigua City Councilor Cindy Wade, Seneca County Chamber of Commerce President Jeff Shipley, and Seneca County Farm Bureau President Ann Marie Heizmann.
Jeff Shipley is running for New York State Assembly. The president and CEO of the Seneca County Chamber of Commerce announced his candidacy on February 18th and since then, has been actively campaigning ahead of the petition signing process. Shipley visited the FingerLakes1.com Studio to discuss his campaign, the issues he feels most-important for the region, and how he would legislate if selected by Republican voters in June’s primary.
On this edition of the Loving Cup Podcast Seneca County Chamber of Commerce membership development director Mackenzie Green and destination marketing manager Rick Newman are in-studio with Katie MacIntyre to talk about their organization, the Finger Lakes region and gratitude.
The Seneca County Chamber of Commerce recently launched a new community guide aimed at connecting those staying and living in the Finger Lakes — with valuable local services.
Jeff Shipley, Chamber President, and Mackenzie Green, Membership Development Manager, join Josh Durso on Inside the FLX to discuss the new publication, as well as some broader topics around tourism in the Finger Lakes.
On Tuesday’s edition of the Inside the FLX podcast, President and CEO of the Seneca County Chamber of Commerce Jeff Shipley joins Josh Durso LIVE in-studio to talk economic development, new partnerships between his organization and the Seneca County IDA, as well as a variety of other topics.
On the inaugural episode of The Melissa Killeleagh Show on FingerLakes1.TV, Melissa welcomes long-time Seneca County United Way Director Karen Beals, Generations Bank President Menzo Case, and Seneca County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jeff Shipley in-studio for a series of short conversations about how these individuals are inspired to contribute to our community.
Jeff Shipley is in-studio to discuss the latest initiatives of the Seneca County Chamber of Commerce, the proposed $15 minimum wage, development near Thruway exit 41 and tourism on Monday morning’s Weber This Week show on FingerLakes1.TV.