What is the current state of our county’s economy?
If You Go…
• What: The State of Eagle County’s Economy.
• When: Sept. 14. Sign-in is 8:30 a.m.; the program begins at 9 a.m.
• Presenters: Brent McFall, Michael Glass, Trevor Theelke, Rachel Lunney, Mike Pearson.
• Where: Colorado Mountain College in Edwards.
• How much: $35 general admission, $25 Vail Symposium Lighthouse Society Members and Vail Valley Partnership Members
Go to http://www.VailSymposium.org to register
EAGLE COUNTY — A partnership between the Vail Symposium and Vail Valley Partnership has led to a program Wednesday that will offer an overview of Eagle County’s economy and leading economic indicators. The program, to be held at Colorado Mountain College in Edwards, will include a diverse panel of local business people. Sign-in and breakfast begins at 8:30 a.m. The program starts at 9 a.m.
“A vibrant small business sector is a vital ingredient for a healthy market economy. Conversely, a vibrant local community is a vital ingredient for the health of small businesses,” Vail Valley Partnership President and CEO Chris Romer said. “The business forum will review key economic indicators and provide the opportunity to discuss the foundational pieces of Eagle County’s economy with business leaders from across public and private sectors, in order to help attendees better understand the foundational pieces of our economy.”
WHO WILL PRESENT?
Panelists for the program include Eagle County Manager Brent McFall, Michael Glass, of Alpine Bank; Trevor Theelke, of Land Title Guarantee Co.; Rachel Lunney, of the Northwest Colorado Council of Governments; and Mike Pearson, of NAI Commercial Real Estate.
This is the third program the Vail Symposium and the Vail Valley Partnership have collaborated on to explore local issues including health care and the economic status of women in Colorado.
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“It is great to convene as a community to learn about the community,” said Dale Mosier, Vail Symposium board of directors chairman. “Now we turn our attention to the economy, a subject we should all treat with a great deal of importance.”
ABOUT THE VAIL SYMPOSIUM
In 1971, the Vail Symposium was conceived as an annual weekend think tank to formulate goals and ideals for the purpose of guiding future change in the young mountain recreation community.
Nearly 45 years later, the Vail Symposium continues stirring intellectual curiosity, fostering a forward-thinking attitude and providing education as stimulation to Vail and Vail’s visitors through thought-provoking, diverse and affordable programs. The Vail Symposium is a nonprofit organization.