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Emery County business chamber prepares for summit

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The Emery County Business Chamber is excited to announce their first annual economic summit. The summit will be held on Sept. 21. It will begin with the breakfast session at the Museum of the San Rafael. The breakfast speakers will be from Blue Castle Holdings. They will educate and inform the summit goers on the proposed nuclear power project near Green River. After the breakfast from Food Ranch there will be breakout sessions in the Emery County building directly across the street. The breakout sessions will include Chris Redgrave from Zion's Bank who does the business spotlights on the radio.

Ken Fakler from the former Fakler tire stores will speak on operating a family business with its strengths and pitfalls.

After the breakout sessions the summit goers will then travel to the Millsite Golf Course. Lunch will be served outdoors on the golf course and the chef will be Kent Wilson from BKs catering. During this gourmet meal, the audience will hear from David Williams and Marshall Moore. They will speak on tourism and the film industry. They will give ideas on how businesses in Emery County can capitalize on film projects in the area. After the lunch speakers, David Wilkey will speak on how to promote the new 18 hole golf course at Millsite. He is the developer of the Sand Hollow golf course near St. George. There is a special summit day golf special where you can golf the new nine for $10 which includes the golf cart and green fees.

The ECBC is encouraging businesses to get involved in their community and become part of the chamber. Everyone working together will make Emery County a stronger place for businesses. Register today for what will be an exciting day of learning and fun for Emery County businesses. They are also welcoming Carbon County businesses to participate as well. General public and business owners welcome.

$25 Summit Registration includes breakfast and lunch.

$50 booth space

$20 breakfast or lunch only

A bronze sponsor is $100 and includes booth space and two registrations. A silver sponsor $250 includes a booth space four registrations plus the golf event for four people. A gold sponsor is $500 which includes six registrations for the summit; a banner and logo advertising the sponsoring business as well as the golf package for eight people and recognition at the event.

> Breakfast or lunch sponsorship is $600 and will include recognition for being a meal sponsor as well as reserved space at the head table and speaking time for a promotional overview of your business by one of your business representatives.

Emery County Business Chamber Summit: Instigating, Enhancing and Promoting Economic Advantage in Emery County.

Save the date, Sept. 21 at 8 a.m. Check-in begins at 7:30 a.m.

Museum of the San Rafael Castle Dale. Please RSVP if you would like to attend to: Patsy Stoddard, 435-381-2431, Taina Benson 435-384-3333; Chamber president is Tyler Jeffs 650-4222. Registration can be completed online at

You may pay at the door the day of the summit with an RSVP to save your spot.

Everyone welcome. Please come and support business in Emery County as we work together for the good of everyone in the county.

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