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Alaska Chamber News May 8 - 22, 2013

Make your voice heard about oil tax reform

There is an on-line poll about the referendum to repeal SB 21 at www.radiokenai.net - please take a moment to vote no in the poll.

 

If you would like to read a well written article of why SB 21 matters, Roger Marks has submitted a compass piece to the ADN that does just that.  You can read his compass piece here.

Alaska Business Week looking for a few good teens

 

Alaska Business Week 2013 is quickly approaching and we are looking for a few good teens. 

 

The weeklong camp teaches Alaskan teens the principles of private sector business and helps grow our future business leaders, entrepreneurs and pro-business citizens. 

 

We are challenging you to help create a network of young people who understand life in the world of business. We're asking you to identify your community's future employers, managers and executives. 

 

Please take a moment to investigate the program and call or write with questions about how to kick start Alaska's future business professionals.

 

Visit Alaska Business Week or contact Andy Rogers at arogers@alaskachamber.com or 907.278.2732 for more information.

Alaska Chamber meets with business partners in the Pacific Northwest 

On April 30, the Alaska Chamber sent a delegation to the Pacific Northwest to continue a biennial tradition that exists to strengthen relationships with organizations, individuals and businesses that are closely linked to Alaska through our shared economies and trade. 

 

As part of the trip, Alaska Chamber members met with the Tacoma-Pierce County and Seattle Chambers of Commerce to discuss shared issues and educate their members on the pillars of the Alaska economy. This included presentations by members of some of Alaska's most important industries; healthcare, oil and gas, transportation, mining and tourism.

 

The Alaska Chamber delegation also had the opportunity to visit many businesses that have a close relationship with Alaska. Members visited the Port of Tacoma, Carlile Transportation, TOTE, American Fast Freight and Vigor Shipyards.

 

A group not known to let a lot of work get in the way of a little fun also took in a Tacoma Rainier's game, a tour of Lemay-America's Car Museum and enjoyed a Seattle Mariners game in a suite provided by Liberty Mutual Group.

Alaska Chamber Fall Conference Date Change

Due to scheduling and venue conflicts the 2013 Alaska Chamber Annual Fall Conference and Policy Forum dates have been changed.

 

-Mark Your Calendars-

 

Annual Fall Conference
October 15th
Fairbanks, AK
 
Legislative Policy Forum
October 16th
Fairbanks, AK
 
See you there!
 

 

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