Huntington Hospital to Salute Paramount’s Owners

Huntington Hospital will honor the owners of The Paramount at “the social,” an event supporting the hospital and its future cancer center.

Dominick Catoggio, Jim Condron, Brian Doyle and Stephen Ubertini will be honored Nov. 21.

“The Paramount has blossomed into a cultural center and economic engine for the Town
of Huntington, a venue the community can be proud of,” said Dr. Nick Fitterman, executive
director of Huntington Hospital. “They have reinvented and improved the cultural experience of downtown Huntington. I know that employees and patients alike excitedly look forward to
attending performances at The Paramount. It’s a great experience thanks to these gentlemen, who brought world class entertainment to our doorstep. Their artistic vision and community spirit are among the reasons we are excited to honor them at this year’s gala.”

The Paramount debuted in 2011 and hosts over 200 live events a year. Top artists and comedians who have graced The Paramount’s stage include: Billy Joel, Ed Sheeran, Rod Stewart, B.B. King, Willie Nelson, Pitbull, Judas Priest, Steely Dan, Train, Matchbox 20, Stone Temple Pilots, Melissa Etheridge, Kevin Hart and Sebastian Maniscalco, just to name a few.

 Catoggio is an award-winning designer and contractor. Condron is the regional senior vice president of Connoisseur Media, which includes WALK 97.5, KJOY 98.3, WHLI, 103.1 MAX FM and 94.3 The Shark.. Doyle is a music industry executive who has managed artists including Hall & Oates, Mariah Carey, John Mellencamp, Carly Simon and Taylor Dane.
 Ubertini is  an entrepreneur who owns other successful businesses, including Matrix Polymers and 3 Water.

The fundraising effort will benefit Huntington Hospital as part of Northwell Health’s $1
billion Outpacing the Impossible campaign, which supports capital projects, improves hospitals and clinical programs, advances research and funds endowment for teaching and research initiatives.

For more information, including sponsorship opportunities, contact Dolli Bross at 631-470-5204 or [email protected]




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