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Golightly Resigns From Travel & Tourism Board

September 5, 2012 Jackson Hole, Teton County, Town of Jackson No Comments
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Not unexpectedly, Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce’s new board chairman, Jeff Golightly has announced he will step down as treasurer of the Jackson Hole Travel and Tourism Joint Powers Board.  The Joint Powers Board funds the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce for visitor services, event management and tourism trade shows, costs previously supported by the Town of Jackson and Teton County.  As such, Golightly says to remain on the Travel and Tourism Board would be a conflict of interest.  Golightly says he considers it to have been an honor to serve on the board, and he says he looks back at the work the board has done with pride.  Furthermore, he says he looks forward to the board’s continued success and the benefit it will bring to our community.  Golightly’s resignation becomes effective September 14th and he assumes his duties at the Chamber three days later.

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