Business Briefs for May 15-18 |

Business Briefs for May 15-18

Wrona announces return of Iraq veteran

Last summer, two of Wrona Law Firm’s senior attorneys were called upon by the United States Army to serve in Iraq and Afghanistan. Last month, one of those attorneys, Jeffrey Colemere, returned to Utah to reclaim his position at Wrona Law Firm. Colemere left Wrona Law for Iraq after being selected to serve as trial counsel in Iraq for the newly established 96th Sustainment Brigade. The 96th Sustainment Brigade was headquartered at Camp Taji, on the outskirts of Baghdad, and at Al Assad Air Base, near Fallujah. During its Iraq mission, the 96th Sustainment Brigade supported the needs of over 4,000 Soldiers in the Baghdad and West Desert regions of Iraq.

Concealed-carry permit class offered

Uinta Hunting & Shooting Sports in Kamas is hosting monthly Concealed Carry Permit classes. The class is held one evening a month and taught by an instructor certified by the Utah Bureau of Criminal Identification and sponsored by the National Rifle Association. All fingerprints, photos, and notarization are done on site. The cost of the class is $55. Please call or come in with a $10 deposit to reserve a spot. The next class is June 12 at 5:30 p.m.

Karl Rove to speak for trade conference

Karl Rove is expected to be the concluding speaker at Zions Bank’s May 18 Trade and Business Conference. The conference, held at the Downtown Marriott at 75 West Temple, is an annual event that corresponds to Global Trade Week. This year, the conference will focus on how the current economic climate, demographic trends, world affairs, and government frameworks such as President Obama’s National Export Initiative will affect American competitiveness. The cost of the event is $35 and includes lunch. Register online at or by calling (801) 844-8573. The previous day, May 17, Zions Bank will host a real estate business seminar at the Grand American Hotel, Imperial Ballrooms A and B.

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