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HOLBROOK, NY (OnSachem.com / OnTownMedia.com) — As Long Island’s economy reopens from the pandemic closures, check out The Field Marketing as you prepare to welcome customers again and get back to business.

The Holbrook Chamber of Commerce and OnSachem.com are proud to collaborate on a new video series bringing awareness to local businesses during the pandemic.

Located on Veterans Memorial Highway in Holbrook, The Field Marketing offers branding, social media content management and all forms of advertising.

Chamber President Rick Ammirati and OnSachem Publisher Jim Green visited The Field Marketing to catch up with Theresa Cuttitta, Vice President of Account Services. Here’s the video.

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Learn more about The Field Marketing:

Address: 4250 Veterans Memorial Hwy, Suite 304E, Holbrook

Phone: (631) 961-1203

Website: www.thefieldinc.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/thefieldmarketing

All Holbrook Chamber members have been invited to participate in the video series.

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(More videos coming soon!)

 

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