On July 11 and 12, the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce is hosting its sixth Business Summit and Annual Meeting in Louisville. Kentucky’s top business leaders, educators and legislators will discuss key issues that will affect the state’s future for decades.
“As the two top elected officials in Kentucky, Gov. Steve Beshear and Senate President David L. Williams have been invited to discuss the Kentucky Chamber’s newest policy publication, Building a Stronger Bucket, a sequel to the groundbreaking 2009 report, The Leaky Bucket,” said Bryan Sunderland, the Chamber’s vice president of public affairs.
The Chamber is not hosting a gubernatorial debate during the Business Summit and Annual Meeting. Should the Chamber host a debate in the fall, any candidates who appear on the ballot will be invited to participate.
For more information about the Chamber’s sixth Business Summit and Annual Meeting, visit kychamber.com/businesssummit.
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