Business Leaders to Meet with Utah Federal Delegation in Washington, D.C.
Salt Lake City— This week, sixty local business and community leaders will meet with Utah’s Federal Delegation to discuss the business community’s federal priorities on the Salt Lake Chamber’s Annual Washington, D.C. Trip.
“Utah’s ‘secret sauce’ has always been one of collaboration between the public and private sector,” said Derek Miller, president and CEO of the Salt Lake Chamber. “We ask for the Utah Federal Delegation’s help and expertise to advance common-sense legislation that aligns with our key federal priorities–immigration, trade, health care, and infrastructure. Action on these topics will have a direct and positive impact on our business community, strengthen our labor force and maintain our economic competitiveness for years to come.”
The Chamber’s Annual Washington, D.C. Trip takes place September 24-27 and is high-level networking, educational and policy development opportunity. Attendees will also meet with other policy and business leaders headquartered in D.C. Guests include Secretary of Interior David Bernhardt, Representative Brad Wenstrup, Chancellor of the College of International Security Affairs Dr. Michael S. Bell, and Jamieson Greer, Chief of Staff to the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative. The 2019 Salt Lake Chamber’s Annual Washington, D.C. Trip is made possible by this year’s generous sponsors: EnergySolutions, Union Pacific, and Zions Bank.
To learn more about the trip visit slchamber.com/dctrip or follow the Chamber’s trip on social media using the hashtag #UTBizinDC.
Businesses and organizations participating in the Washington, D.C. Trip are:
Cedar City Chamber of Commerce
Clyde Companies, Inc.
Deseret Management Corporation
Larry H. Miller Group of Companies
Norda College of Osteopathic Medicine
Policy Impact Strategic Communications
Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Utah
Rocky Mountain Power
Salt Lake City Corporation
Salt Lake County
STOUT Building Contractors
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Western Governors University