• News Release: Ned LeDoux scheduled to perform at the Governor's Business Forum

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    October 06, 2017
    CHEYENNE, Wyo. - Wyoming's own Ned LeDoux will perform at the upcoming Governor's Business Forum being held at the Little American Hotel and Resort in Cheyenne.

    His special performance, sponsored by Mark and Jennie Gordon, will be at the Nov. 7 Live the Legend Reception by Visit Cheyenne, one of many networking events being held at the forum.

    LeDoux's first full-length album, Sagebrush, is scheduled to be released November 3. For the last year, LeDoux has been steadily touring and opening for acts like Toby Keith, Chris Janson, Aaron Watson and Randy Houser. Yet now that he is in front of the mic, Ned has a new goal. "There's an age group who doesn't know who Chris LeDoux is and I just want to keep his name out there. I want to reintroduce him to people who've maybe heard of him but didn't know what he did. Just carry on his legacy and carry on his music and at the same time show them what I can do."
     
    The annual Governor's Business Forum runs November 7-9. Over 30 speakers from national fiscal experts to Wyoming leaders in tech, ag innovators, minerals, and tourism will be speaking about how Wyoming can use innovation and entrepreneurship to overcome the dynamics of changes facing the state's economy. To register, please go to www.wyomingbusinessalliance.com.

    This year's sessions include:
    • Wyoming Fiscal's Future: Options for a Big State with a Small Population: It's time to brainstorm ideas for state and local governments to broaden fiscal opportunities.
    • Wyoming's Position in a Global Economy: A conversation with our Canadian Neighbors: International trade, public policy surrounding trade and global markets are rapidly evolving. New markets are opening and creating opportunity for Wyoming. Leading global trade experts share their ideas for opportunities for Wyoming today and for tomorrow.
    • Technology Leading the Way:  Technology is blazing the trail in Wyoming. Firms that are putting Wyoming's tech hub on the map will share how technology is revolutionizing our cornerstone elements of Wyoming's economy.
    • How do we Crack the Code in Wyoming?: How can we give Wyoming students more exposure to computer science technology?
    • Not Your Grandparent's Agriculture Industry: What are the opportunities and innovation in the ag community? Let's think outside the box.
    • Is There An Opportunity For Government To Incorporate More Business Principles? How to prepare for the 2018 Legislative Budget Session and beyond.
    • ENDOW Today for Tomorrow: Hear an update from the ENDOW Initiative.
    • Making Wyoming the Place We Want to Live, Not Just Work: Younger generations want amenities like bike paths, vibrant downtowns, and a strong outdoor economy in our communities, not just a job. 
    • A November 8 dinner will celebrate the Wyoming Business Hall of Fame inductees, recognizing individuals whose achievements in business stand out.  The Business Hall of Fame is a cooperative project of the University of Wyoming's College of Business, the Wyoming Business Alliance/Wyoming Heritage Foundation, and the Wyoming Business Council.


    Special Performance by Ned LeDoux
    Sponsored by Mark and Jennie Gordon    

    Wyoming's own Ned LeDoux will perform at the Nov. 7 Live the Legend Reception by Visit Cheyenne.


    His first full-length album, Sagebrush, is scheduled to be released November 3. For the last year, Ned has been steadily touring and opening for acts like Toby Keith, Chris Janson, Aaron Watson and Randy Houser. Yet now that he is in front of the mic, Ned has a new goal. "There's an age group who doesn't know who Chris LeDoux is and I just want to keep his name out there. I want to reintroduce him to people who've maybe heard of him but didn't know what he did. Just carry on his legacy and carry on his music and at the same time show them what I can do." Learn more about Ned LeDoux

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    We have an all-star speaker line-up which includes nationally recognized speakers such as Yaron Brook, Executive Chairman of Ayn Rand Institute, Nicole Kaeding, an economist with the Tax Foundation, and national fiscal transparency expert Adam Andrzejewski, Founder and CEO of Openthebooks.com.  
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