For Immediate Release
July 1, 2015
Contact: Jason Badell
Director of Business Development
Utah Clean Air Partnership to speak at Chamber Event
West Valley City, Utah – The Salt Lake County Business Alliance will host Ted Wilson, Utah Clean Air Partnership (UCAIR) Executive Director for a luncheon event at the Maverik Center on July 16th at 11:00 am.
Established in 2012, UCAIR’s goal is to enable individuals and groups to work together to improve our state’s air. UCAIR brings together groups across public, private and nonprofit sectors. The common thread is each group’s commitment to taking action to reduce emissions. July marks the 2015 Clear The Air Challenge, encouraging driving less and driving smarter.
Ted Wilson states, “UCAIR is the central non-government organization designed to educate the public on ways to help clear the air. The problem is as ambient as the air itself. We must all work to make good air come true.” UCAIR’s programs focus on education, grants and partnership.
The business community is invited to participate in this event and learn more how their business or organization can assist in improving Utah’s air quality. Networking will begin at 11:00 am with lunch service to begin at 11:45 am. The luncheon event costs $20 in advance at www.thebizalliance.org/RSVP or by calling the Business Alliance office and will cost $25 at the door, space is limited.
Utah Clean Air Partnership
UCAIR is a statewide clean air partnership created to make it easier for individuals, businesses and communities to make changes to improve Utah’s air. UCAIR is a champion of small changes, which add to a collective bigger step toward better health, a better economy and better overall quality of life for all of us.
Salt Lake County Business Alliance
Salt Lake County Business Alliance is the regional chamber of commerce for the West Valley City, Taylorsville City, Millcreek Township and Kearns area and is the largest independently funded chamber in Salt Lake County. Salt Lake County Business Alliance serves over 400 member businesses, small and large, with access to over 289,700 residents and over 10,000 licensed businesses. Our role is to strengthen the local economy, represent business interests, promote the community and take political action.