Chamber of Commerce hosts candidate forums in time for Elections

JACKSON, WY — The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce will be holding two Business Over Breakfast (BOB) meetings in August to provide an opportunity to meet all the candidates running in the primary for the open Town Council and County Commission seats.  The Chamber of Commerce strongly encourages business members to attend these forums. Successful candidates will influence the business environment of the future. Each session includes a Q+A style breakfast with the candidates answering questions about crucial issues that impact Jackson’s business environment–issues regarding housing mitigation, affordable workforce housing, the lodging tax, and transportation. 

Thursday, August 2nd7.30-9.00am
Snow King Grand Teton Room (one floor above the hotel lobby)
Town Council candidate forum

Candidates Include:

Town Council
Don Frank – Incumbent
Arne Jorgensen
Zach Padilla
Judd Grossman
Jessica Sell Chambers
Jonathan Schechter

Friday, August 3rd7.30-9.00am
Snow King Grand Teton Room (one floor above the hotel lobby)
 County Commission candidate forum

County Commission
Mark Newcomb – Incumbent
Mark Barron
Seadar Rose Davis
Andrew Byron
Luther Propst
Mary Martin
Dick Aurielo
Tim Rieser

Business Over Breakfast is $16.00 for members and $25.00 for non-members to attend. You can pay by cash, check, or credit card the day of the event. Please email [email protected] to register. If you have any questions please call the Chamber of Commerce at 307-733-3316.

Community Partner:

Jackson Hole Chamber Of Commerce

The Vision of the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce is to provide leadership by improving the quality of life in a world-class destination renown for our vibrant economy, dynamic and welcoming community, and treasured environment

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