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Nebo School DistrictbrSuperintendent Rick Nielsen welcomed more than 50 businesses attending thebrSouth County Business Summit.

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The event was held atbrthe Nebo district office and sponsored by the Spanish Fork/Salem Chamber,brSpringville/Mapleton Chamber and Payson/Santaquin Chamber.

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President KaribrMalkovich introduced the exciting and pertinent business-related speakers.brVartan Djihanian, manager of the Western Region in the Congressional and PublicbrAffairs Division at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, flew in from California tobraddress the many businesses on the topic of “The Chamber Connection: Why it’sbrimportant to local business.”

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Al Switzler, co-authorbrof “Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes Are High” entertainedbrwith his stories and anecdotes on how to stay calm in crucial conversations.

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Dr. Paige Gardiner,brthe Director of Digital Marketing at Utah Valley University, presented criticalbrinformation on marketing businesses. She focused on “Social Media – the impactbron business and how to maintain and expand our business presence.”

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Maple Mountain HighbrSchool Chamber Choir, directed by Braden Rymer, entertained the many businessesbracross the South Utah County with two musical selections as the businessbrrepresentatives enjoyed lunch sponsored by the Clarion Gardens located inbrPayson.

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The final speaker engaged the audience in illusions as hebrdiscussed how to “Ignite a World Class Performance Culture.” (ServebrDaily submission by Lana Hiskey.)

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