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July Lunch and Learn to feature Jason Nelson on internet businesses


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Jason Nelson will present at the July Lunch and Learn on July 18. The lunch will be held at the Castle Cafe in Huntington. Jason Nelson grew up in Ferron and graduated from Emery High in 1990 and CEU in 1994 after serving an LDS mission to the Dominican Republic.

He received his undergraduate degree from BYU in statistics and there met his wife Tiffany Gibson. She has a degree in Elementary Education from BYU and served a mission in Korea. Jason earned his MBA and a Masters in International Studies from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.

They have both operated several successful internet businesses. They live in Highland, Utah with their nine children, three adopted and six of their own.

Nelson will share his insight on how to operate a successful internet business with the people of Emery County. Please plan to attend this informative session.

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