2012-03-15 / Front Page

PLATFORM TO ADVOCATE



St. Helen Power Sports owner Jim Lyttle took the opportunity to speak at the “cracker barrel” themed Regional Chamber of Commerce Business After-hours event at KCC on March 8. Lyttle spoke in front of an audience including local politicians, KCC staff members, other business owners and the public about the role of economic development and hospitality training in helping the area grow. The purpose of the event was to provide people with an opportunity to speak about their concerns, needs and wishes for the future among business-minded individuals. (Photo by Eric Hamp) St. Helen Power Sports owner Jim Lyttle took the opportunity to speak at the “cracker barrel” themed Regional Chamber of Commerce Business After-hours event at KCC on March 8. Lyttle spoke in front of an audience including local politicians, KCC staff members, other business owners and the public about the role of economic development and hospitality training in helping the area grow. The purpose of the event was to provide people with an opportunity to speak about their concerns, needs and wishes for the future among business-minded individuals. (Photo by Eric Hamp)

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