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Lunch and Learn in Green River on Nov. 20

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In November the Emery County Business Chamber Lunch and Learn will be held in Green River at the Tamarisk Restaurant. The event begins at noon on Nov. 20. The local business spotlight will be Amy Wilmarth and the Green River Coffee Company.

The speaker will be Jay Kinghorn from the Utah Office of Tourism.

Jay Kinghorn is the Director of Communications and Digital Strategy for the Utah Office of Tourism (UOT), where he and his team use social media, web content, public relations and publications to attract visitors to Utah and inspire them with rich travel experiences. Prior to joining UOT, Kinghorn owned a small visual consulting firm focused on developing business and marketing strategies using new and emerging media platforms.

The Emery County Business Chamber is sponsoring the Shop at Home Campaign for the upcoming holidays.

To enter the prize drawings put your name and phone number on any receipt from an Emery County Business and drop the receipts in the entry cans at local businesses.

You can find the cans at Stewarts Market in Castle Dale, Hometown Market in Huntington, Main Street Market in Ferron and Food Ranch in Orangeville and the Melon Vine in Green River.

Prizes will include Emery County Bucks to be spent at any Emery County Business and other prizes donated by local merchants. Watch for Shop at Home advertisements. To RSVP call 381-2431.

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