Powell Economic Partnership has partnered with the Wyoming Business Alliance to bring a crucial conversation to Park County and the Bighorn Basin. Economic development is working hard locally, regionally and statewide to strengthen and add value to our heritage economic engines like energy, agriculture and tourism and also to diversify our economy - and we are having some successes! How is Wyoming Going to Pay the Bills Today and in the Future? As business and community leaders, and as citizens of our state, we need to understand the landscape - today and tomorrow - to best make decisions on the opportunities before us.
Please join PEP to listen and have a robust discussion with some of Wyoming's leaders in business, policy, advocacy and the numbers. As they discuss, strengthening economic engines like energy, agriculture and tourism and also to diversify our economy and how is Wyoming Going to Pay the Bills Today and in the Future? Cost is $15 and includes lunch, panel discussion and networking. Space is limited, so an RSVP is appreciated.
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Tuesday, Jan. 28
11:30 am to 2:00 pm
(Lunch at 11:30 am, Panel at 12 Noon)
Yellowstone Conference Center, Northwest College
Important Perspectives on Wyoming's Fiscal Outlook: How are we going to pay the bills today, and in the future?
Moderator: Cindy Delancey, President, Wyoming Business Alliance
Dr. Robert Godby, Deputy Director of the University of Wyoming Center for Energy Regulation and Policy
Renny MacKay, Policy Director, Wyoming Governor’s Office
Ashley Harpstreith, Executive Director, Wyoming Taxpayers Association
Senator Hank Coe, Wyoming State Legislator
Representative Dan Laursen, Wyoming State Legislator