On March 6, 2019
Arts, Dining & Entertainment

Vermont Outdoor Business Roundtable

Wednesday, March 6, 4 p.m. —KILLINGTON— Join Vermont’s outdoor recreation industry at a Vermont Outdoor Business Alliance (VOBA) Roundtable on Wednesday, March 6 from 4-7 p.m. at the Killington Grand Resort Hotel in the Northstar II room. The event is free and open to the public. Pre-register at vermontoutdoorbusinessalliance.org/news.

From 4-6 p.m., there will be a discussions on financing, workforce development, infrastructure, and sector branding. From 6-7 p.m. attendees will have the opportunity to network.

The Killington event will generally focus on two things, according to Drew Simmons a VOBA board member “VOBA wants to learn about outdoor recreation economy businesses in the area, including their successes, opportunities and challenges; and VOBA wants to provide an update about what it’s working on and explain how other businesses can get involved,” he said.

Share your ideas for strengthening, expanding, attracting, and retaining outdoor recreation economy businesses by joining the Roundtable. For more info visit vermontoutdoorbusinessalliance.org.

Do you want to submit feedback to the editor?

Send Us An Email!

Related Posts

Yale student wrote her thesis on Vermont’s school mergers, found they don’t save much

June 12, 2024
By Ethan Weinstein/VTDigger While studying economics and education at Yale University, Grace Miller found a surprise topic on the agenda: Vermont’s one-of-a-kind school funding formula.  The 22-year-old from Newport and her classmates learned about the Brigham decision, a 1997 Vermont Supreme Court case that found the state’s education finance system was unconstitutional.  In response to the case, the…

Killington road work extends into Saturday morning

June 12, 2024
Drilling and blasting will continue this week at the intersection of Route 4 and Killington Road in Killington. A detour remains in place via West Hill Road.  As the project approaches the scheduled end date of July 8, work to haul out rock will occur on Saturdays till about noon time going forward, Markowski Excavating,…

Hartland board to propose new vendors’ ordinance

June 12, 2024
By Curt Peterson The Hartland Select Board refined a proposed new Vendors’ Ordinance to replace the original that’s been in effect since 1996. According to Town Manager John Broker-Campbell, “There are minor changes which will hopefully help to clear up any confusion or ambiguity on the applicability of the ordinance.”   The Select Board will next…

Building a stronger Killington-Rutland community:Essential nonprofits tackle tough issues

June 12, 2024
Vermont’s vibrant spirit thrives on a network of over 7,000 nonprofits; some 1,500 of them in the Killington-Rutland region alone. Considering that number, it’s not surprising that some of these organizations prompt the question: “Why does that nonprofit exist?” Yet, the ones that tackle tough issues and enrich lives spark admiring comments, like “Imagine how…