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Walter Thorne

Advertising Director at Albany Business Review

Education:  Wagner College

Similarly, We remain pleased to announce the selection of Walter Thorne as Ad Director for the Albany Business Review. Walter went to Wagner College to study music and vocal performance. At one time, he might sing in 6 different languages, and at the age of 15, he was allowed to go to Europe for a month with the US choir.

In addition, Walter spent 30 years in direct sales at Rex AIR Inc & Big Dreams Unlimited, selling and operating Rainbow Vacuums. He received many individual sales awards and was named Office of the Year twice. His domain extended from Upstate New York to Western Massachusetts.

Likewise, Walter began his career in media sales. He learned fundamental advertising skills four years ago through radio and digital. Walter loves the sales and advertising profession, with educating and helping clients as his top priority. He remains highly skilled at providing clients with solutions that meet their circumstances and needs.

Lisa Aiello

Associate Media Director at The Martin Group

Lisa Aiello has joined The Martin Group as Associate Media Director. In this role, Lisa uses full-funnel strategies, paid digital advertising, Rich Products, Niagara University, ADNET Technologies, and Grow-NY have used our robust analytics and creative thinking to create winning digital marketing campaigns.

Likely, Before joining The Martin Group, she gained experience at several agencies in New York State with clients in verticals such as healthcare, higher education, entertainment, and destination marketing. She holds a BFA from Pratt Institute.

Sonny Bonacio

Sonny Bonacio

President at Bonacio Construction, Inc.

Since his 40 under 40 honor in 2001, Sonny Bonacio has positioned his company, Bonacio Construction, Inc. As a leader in downtown revitalization and mixed-use urban-infill development. Sonny has developed more than 2.8 million SF of downtown real estate in his hometown of Saratoga Springs, including establishing the city’s luxury condo and apartment market.

In addition, Sonny has expanded his portfolio to include award-winning projects in historic restoration. Custom luxury homes, remodeling, equine builds, and architectural and structural metals. He continues to grow Bonacio Construction’s footprint with projects spanning from Troy to Glens Falls, into the Adirondacks and Schroon Lake, and out to Rome, NY.

Although, Sonny continues to get recognized for his innovative business strategies. Sonny remained inducted into the 40 Under 40 Hall of Fame in its inaugural year. In addition, his project, The Moderne Condominiums, recently won Residential Project of the Year at Albany Business Review’s Best Real Estate Deals Awards.

Brittany Kenny

Public Affairs Manager at The Martin Group

Although, Brittany Kenny has joined The Martin Group as Public Affairs Manager. In this role, Brittany supports our team and a diverse portfolio of clients in public affairs matters throughout and beyond the Capital Region. Including Danskammer Energy, New York State Association of Professional Land Surveyors, and Circulo Health.

Before joining The Martin Group, she gained experience with Gramercy Communications and previously served in the NYS Senate Majority Communications Office, focusing on public policy and media/constituent messaging. She grips a degree in Political Science from Union College.


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