The Salt Lake Chamber is leading a delegation of business executives and community leaders to our nation’s Capitol. The Chamber will meet with members of Utah’s congressional delegation to discuss the business community’s federal priorities for the next year. The annual trip resumed last year after a hiatus due to the pandemic, executives and leaders are excited to attend events and in-person meetings and connect with federal staff.
“The Salt Lake Chamber and our federal delegation remain committed to promoting the values and collaboration that make Utah an economic success,” said Derek Miller, president and CEO of the Salt Lake Chamber and Downtown Alliance. “These priorities cover a range of critical issues around energy reliability and sustainability, housing affordability, infrastructure, taming inflation, and other topline business priorities to make our state stronger. We look forward to working with elected officials to be responsive to challenges and committed to securing greater prosperity for our communities.”
The Chamber’s Annual Washington, D.C. Trip will provide a range of activities to benefit executives through high-level networking, educational events and policy discussions. Those attending will get to know each other and prominent national leaders. The 2022 Annual Trip is made possible through generous sponsors, WCF Insurance, Clyde Companies, Visit Salt Lake, WaFd Bank, The Boeing Company, The Larry H. Miller Company and Lumen.
The Chamber recognizes many of its accomplishments are a direct result of the innovative business leaders in Utah, who think of the community as a whole. Their support and expertise help guide the Chamber and state leaders to more collaborative outcomes.
Learn more about the Salt Lake Chamber’s 2022 Federal Priorities here. To follow along with trip attendees follow the hashtags: #SLChamberDCTrip #UTBizinDIC #SLCinDC.
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