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C-SPAN Use of Skylight Penthouse to Benefit Skylight Foundation

7/14/2016

As Cleveland prepares to welcome more than 50,000 visitors to one of the biggest events in the city’s history, Skylight is excited to announce that C-SPAN will be using our 10th floor penthouse as their broadcasting and production studios before and during the RNC convention. 

One hundred percent of the C-SPAN contribution has been donated to the Skylight Foundation, which is the philanthropic arm of Skylight Financial Group.  The Foundation, which has 501(c)(3) status, supports other non-profit and charitable organizations in Ohio and provides donations with the goal of improving quality of life and enriching the communities we serve. 

Paul Fox, president and CEO of Skylight, said, “As GOP Convention fever hits the area and Cleveland looks forward to welcoming thousands of visitors to our city,  we too, are busy preparing to welcome C-SPAN to our penthouse which offers stunning views of our city.  It’s very exciting to have C-SPAN, who televise political proceedings to millions of households across the county, in our office space and we are equally delighted that the proceeds have gone directly to the Skylight Foundation which helps improve lives and creates opportunities within our local community.”

Set-up has begun - check out the pictures!

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