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ROGROWN FARmS Ryan & Kara Rowe~Owners 2227 Whitesh Stage Road, Kalispell, MT 59901 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.rogrownfarms.com Phone: 406-752-3393 Fax: 406-752-3393
Cold hardy rose & perennial grower. Wholesale & retail. Also a fresh vegetable farm oering locally grown organic & natural produce. Home to the Flathead Rose Festival, as well as the newsletter Flathead Garden & Landscape.
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one of the Chamber’s head lobbyists, Rolf Lundberg. And Chamber President and CEO Tom Donohue gave a rousing speech, exhorting members to “speak up and be heard.”
Chamber members also benetted from instructional sessions on recruiting, marketing, and staying ahead of the technological curve. Beth Goldstein, founder of Marketing Edge Consulting, discussed her eight marketing milestones, which include knowing your clients’ needs and interests, identifying your competitors, and creating alliances with other businesses that target similar customers. Diane Frankenfeld, vice president of eBusiness Strategy at Monster, provided tips on knowing when to hire, nding the right candidates, and conducting interviews. Ronald Monford of Mind Over Machines talked about how to walk the line between budget constraints and technological needs.
Sen. Ben Nelson (D-NE) made a strong case for small business health plan legislation, which he has introduced in the Senate, and former White House Chiefs of Sta Andy Card and Thomas “Mack” McLarty, as well as political analysts Charlie Cook and Stuart Rothenberg, opined on the national political scene and the presidential race.
Permac Industries of Burnsville, Minnesota, was voted winner of the Small Business of the Year Award. Seven regional award nalists and 55 Blue Ribbon Award winners were also recognized.
The summit garnered national press attention, including a simulcast from C- SPAN and coverage by Voice of America and The Washington Post. A St. Cloud, Minnesota, radio station broadcast live from the summit.