Gillette chamber plans ethics seminar

2012-07-15T09:15:00Z Gillette chamber plans ethics seminarBy the Star-Tribune staff Casper Star-Tribune Online
July 15, 2012 9:15 am  • 

The Campbell County Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the University of Wyoming College of Business and the Center for Cowboy Ethics and Leadership will host a workshop designed to help professionals create their own business and personal code of ethics.

"Standing Tall in an Upside-Down World" will be held from 8 to 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Gillette College Technical Education Center, Room 213, 3251 S. 4-J Rd.

The cost of the workshop is $250 per person; companies that send more than one person receive a $50 discount on each additional attendee. RSVP by July 13 to gaill@gillettechamber.com or call 307-682-3673.

Onsite training is also available. For more information, contact Julie Simon at 307-682-3673.

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