Schoharie, New York – September 15, 2021, the Schoharie Economic Enterprise Corp (SEEC) announced the relocation of its headquarters to 287 Main Street in Schoharie, with a ceremony led by Assembly Member Chris Tague; Thomas Putnam, Founder & Chairman, SEEC; Julie Pacatte, Executive Director, SEEC; Village of Schoharie Mayor Lawrence Caza; and David Cornell, President of Albany/Hudson Valley, Bank of America.
Following rennovations, the newly acquired building will house SEEC’s business offices, collaborative 21st Century work environment, robust programming and a dedicated area offering Bank of America’s financial literacy tools all complimenting SEEC’s mission to foster economic prosperity.
“At SEEC, we are deeply invested in our local business community and are committed to providing and directing resources that help local business and industry thrive,” said Thomas Putnam, Founder & Chairman, SEEC. “We are eager to begin our new chapter here on Main Street and are grateful to have a new headquarters where we can continue our mission.”
Bank of America donated the entire building to SEEC based upon their ongoing commitment to fostering economic growth in Schoharie County and their aspiration to use the space as a foundation to bring their vision for 21st Century economy to life.