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Wednesday, September 08, 2010

What’s In Out Back Economic Summit And Golf Scramble

Wasatch County’s annual What’s In Out Back Economic Summit And Golf Scramble will be held in the Heber City area on Sept 14. Below is a news release about the summit. See the summit website for more details.

Economic Summit and Golf Tournament
The Wasatch County Tourism and Economic Development office will host its fourth annual What’s In Out Back economic summit and golf scramble Tuesday, Sept. 14, at the Wasatch County Recreation Center and the Red Ledges golf course.

“There is no better way to have your finger on the economic pulse of the Wasatch Back than to attend this summit,” said Luke Peterson, executive director of the Wasatch County Tourism and Economic Development office. “This event offers a valuable collaboration of both the public and private business leadership centered on the business growth of this
county.”

Utah Governor Gary Herbert and the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) Managing Director of New Business Gary Harter will be the keynote speakers. The summit will also include a fast-track competition with area business leaders, open-forum discussions on topics focused on business issues in Wasatch County, and a golf tournament at Red Ledges, Golf Magazine’s top rated private course in 2009.

Prices for the What’s In Out Back economic summit start at $40, and attendees can register online at www.whatsinoutback.com. Registration begins at 7:00 a.m., with Governor Herbert’s breakfast keynote beginning at 7:30 a.m.

The title sponsor for this year’s event is Red Ledges. Supporting sponsors include Jones Waldo, The Boyer Company, the Utah Department of Natural Resources, the Utah System of Higher Education, Utah Valley University, Canyon Transportation and the Economic Development Corporation of Utah. For information on the What’s In Out Back economic summit, visit www.whatsinoutback.com or call 435-654-3666.

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