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Chamber Rep In Washington D.C.

May 2, 2013 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Teton County No Comments
Scott Anderson

Scott Anderson, Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce Chair-Elect and U.S. Chamber of Commerce Board Member, attended America’s Small Business Summit this week in Washington D.C.  The annual event is intended to unite small business owners, managers, and entrepreneurs from across the country to learn, network, and discuss common legislative and management concerns. Speakers have included Steve Forbes of Forbes Media and investigative journalist Bob Woodward. Upon his return, Scott will work with the Chamber committees to address some of the issues facing Jackson and Wyoming.  Chamber President Jeff Golightly says he sees the chamber being strengthened through the insight Anderson gains at the national level. Chamber Members and local entrepreneurs will be invited to connect with the Chamber at networking events such as “Business Over Breakfast” or to otherwise share their challenges privately with the chamber.

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