Utah State University Extension invites you to spend Feb. 13 with Matt Townsend. The USU program begins at 6 p.m. at the Emery County Courthouse, 75 East Main. Cost is $10/individual and $15/couple; anyone is invited, 16 years old or older. This program is not just for married couples, but for individuals that would like to improve or gain skills in relationship building.
Each ticket holder will receive a copy of Matt's new book, STARVED Stuff: Feeding the 7 Basic Needs of Healthy Relationships. For more information or to purchase tickets, contact the USU Extension office or call 381-2381. It is a privilege to have Matt in our county, help us welcome him.
Matt is the epitome of Edu-tainment. For more than 15 years, he has been energizing and involving audiences large and small with his unique approach to building and maintaining successful personal and business relationships. Matt has the perfect mix of cutting edge research in communication and human relationships combined with the skill of a top-notch humorist. This blend ensures that audiences are entertained as well as enlightened and leave with practical information that can be immediately applied to their life.
Having dedicated his life to the study of communication and interpersonal relationships, Matt has worked extensively in the areas of results-oriented communication, conflict resolution and time management training. He has experience with speaking and training hundreds of Fortune 500 companies. KSL News Radio broadcasts The Matt Townsend Show each week to hundreds of listeners. This hour-long program is a great opportunity to hear Matt's relationship help and guidance. As a Relationship Expert, he also contributes to the daytime TV program Studio 5 as well as BrideAccess.com.
Matt earned his bachelor's and master's degrees in Communication as well as a master's degree in Human Development and is presently pursuing his doctoral degree in Human Development. He is a member of the National Speakers Association (NSA) and the National Department of Commerce. Matt's greatest joy and measure of success comes from his marriage to his wife, Mardi and raising their six children.