By Tracy Kinne
Jazz Fest brings the community together and draws people from other areas to enjoy what Fulton has to offer, said Beth Hilton, executive director of the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce.
“It’s a little hard to measure” the economic impact of the festival, because there isn’t an admission fee, she said, but “a lot of businesses do quite well.” Craft and food vendors gain exposure, she said.
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