Posted September 07, 2018 05:29:00 The Lincoln Center is trying to get back on its feet.
The ad agency is under fire after the Lincoln Centers corporate headquarters was raided by federal authorities last month.
The Lincoln Centers is a nonprofit corporation that focuses on the arts and culture.
The agency, which was founded in 2007, is responsible for more than $100 million in commercial and creative work, including for a $4 million renovation of the Lincoln Memorial.
The company has been in the headlines lately for a series of questionable business practices, including paying a former executive $300,000 to sell advertising for its online magazine.
It’s unclear what, if anything, will happen to the Lincoln advertising center once it’s reopened.
In a statement to Entertainment Weekly, the Lincoln Advertising Center said it is “working to regain its financial health.”
“The Lincoln Advertising center was built with the vision of creating a community that would be enriched by the creative talents of Lincoln, the creative arts, and our residents and visitors,” the statement reads.
“We will continue to work diligently to regain full financial health, and to build upon the opportunities presented to us by this time next year.”