Lander Chamber Business Over Breakfast – This Thursday, August 6

The Lander Chamber of Commerce and Wyoming Community Bank are hosting a Business Over Breakfast public policy information session this Thursday morning at 8:00 at the Summit Restaurant & Lounge in Lander. The topic of discussion will be the proposed half-percent sales tax to fund transportation and economic development projects throughout Fremont County.

Kevin Kershisnik of IDEA, Inc. will be the featured speaker, and a Q&A will follow.

Chamber Executive Director Owen Sweeney noted, “The proposed tax will be up for a vote on the August 18 primary election ballot, and we want to give Fremont County voters what could be their last and best opportunityto educate themselves on the proposed tax before the election. We’re grateful to Kevin and to our sponsor, Wyoming Community Bank, for making this event possible.”

Tickets to this session of Business Over Breakfast are available for purchase at this link.

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The Lander Chamber of Commerce and Wyoming Community Bank are hosting a Business Over Breakfast public policy information session this Thursday morning at 8:00 at the Summit Restaurant & Lounge in Lander. The topic of discussion will be the proposed half-percent sales tax to fund transportation and economic development projects throughout Fremont County.

Kevin Kershisnik of IDEA, Inc. will be the featured speaker, and a Q&A will follow.

Chamber Executive Director Owen Sweeney noted, “The proposed tax will be up for a vote on the August 18 primary election ballot, and we want to give Fremont County voters what could be their last and best opportunityto educate themselves on the proposed tax before the election. We’re grateful to Kevin and to our sponsor, Wyoming Community Bank, for making this event possible.”

Tickets to this session of Business Over Breakfast are available for purchase at this link.