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Business Chamber Lunch and Learn on Jan. 18

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The Emery County Business Chamber is beginning 2012 with exciting business information for local businesses. Emery Telcom will be the featured presenter at the January Lunch and Learn. The Lunch and Learn will be held on Jan. 18 at noon at the Museum of the San Rafael in Castle Dale.

Brock Johansen, CEO for Emery Telcom will discuss their services and how they can help your business to operate more efficiently. Learn how the latest technology can help your business.

The local business spotlight for January will be Darcey Powell of the recently expanded business of Forbidden Fruit.

The Emery County Business Chamber is continuing their shop local campaign: Emery County, Your first choice, into 2012. Watch for cans at local businesses where you can enter to win Emery County bucks and a $300 gift certificate to Earl's Furniture and Applicance. The first winner will be drawn at the January Lunch and Learn. Watch for drawings to win prizes throughout 2012.

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.

Cost is $12 per person.

Lunch catered by Gillys

The Emery County Business Chamber: instigating, Enhancing and Promoting Economic Advantage in Emery County.

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