Myles Wealth Management's St. Patrick's Day concert draws 550 people

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  • Provided photograph M. Vincent Mezzetti, president/CEO of Myles Wealth Management, with his son, James Mezzetti, vice president and Agency Manager, and Lori Schellberg, registered representative, with clients at the private cocktail reception.

SUGAR LOAF — It was a bright and festive evening on Saturday evening, March 14, at the Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center

Myles Wealth Management in the Village of Florida had sponsored "Hands Across the Pond: An Irish and Irish-American Crossroads Concert" for an enthusiastic audience of more than 550 people.

Local favorite Emish and the world-famous Dublin City Ramblers entertained the crowd with their renditions of traditional Irish music as well as Irish music with contemporary rock flair.

The event also included a private cocktail reception in the Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center Pavilion for clients and guests of the firm.

During the reception, guests were treated to a special performance by Irish dancers from Kerry Dance New York of Warwick and The Pipes and Drums of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, Division One of Monroe, prior to their appearances with the bands on the Main Stage.

Vincent Mezzetti, CEO of Myles, was grateful for the opportunity to express his appreciation to his clients for entrusting their assets to him over the years.

"Faith, family, culture, heritage and traditions all represent the most important assets anyone can have," said Mezzetti, a native of Ireland, "and this celebration is a new tradition we at Myles want to establish."

Also present Saturday night was Kevin Kern, Managing Partner of Advisors Capital Management, LLC, of Ridgewood, N.J., which provides portfolio management services to many of Myles' high-end clients.

"In little over a year we went from worrying about frozen pipes and the theater to bag pipes," quipped Kern, who is also the former President of the Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center Board of Directors. "Involvement from local firms such as Myles Wealth Management has helped this incredible transformation."

For additional information about Myles Wealth Management, call 651-3070 or visit:

- Roger Gavan

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