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Apollo Theatre Recognized by Ohio Secretary of State

July 11, 2016
Communications Staff
Serena Hendricks outside of the Apollo Theatre holds a certificate of commendation presented by a representative from the office of Secretary of State John Husted
Photo credit: Walter Novak

Serena Hendricks, general manager of the Apollo Theatre (center), holds a certificate of commendation presented by a representative (left) from the office of Secretary of State John Husted. The certificate was presented as part of the Ohio Business Profile Program, which recognizes and promotes businesses throughout the state each month. The Apollo Theatre was one of nine Ohio businesses that have been in operation for 100 years or more recognized in the month of June. Also pictured is Tita Reed, special assistant to the president for community and government relations (right).

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