What happened during the 2018 Utah Legislative Session and how does it affect owners of local, independent businesses? Vest Pocket’s Advocacy Team has been keeping track and we invite you to join us to learn the results at our annual legislative session recap breakfast.
Special guest speaker Kate Bradshaw (Kate A. Bradshaw Political and Media Consulting) will update us on which bills passed and which didn’t – and the expected impact on small businesses.
Come enjoy a special breakfast from Empanada Express. It begins at 8am on Thursday, March 22nd at the Business Conference Center in Murray.
Register now to reserve your seat. Tickets include a full breakfast with beverages and are $12 for Vest Pocket members and $15 for non-members.
Kate A. Bradshaw
Kate Bradshaw serves as Director of Government Affairs for Holland & Hart LLP and is the principal of her own firm, Kate A. Bradshaw Political and Media Consulting. Kate works with businesses in our community to develop comprehensive legislative and public relations strategies and represents clients before the Utah State Legislature, the Governor’s Office and Executive branch agencies. She previously served as Vice President of the Utah Food Industry Association and the Utah Retail Merchants Association, as well as a government relations associate for Parsons, Behle, & Latimer and a Public Relations Officer for Zion’s Bank. Kate is an Honors Degree graduate of Westminster College and has served as a congressional intern in Washington, DC.