Larry H. Miller Group of Companies hosts Orrin G. Hatch Foundation and Ambassador Robert Lighthizer

Salt Lake City, UT—(February 18, 2020) The Hatch Center—the policy arm of the Orrin G. Hatch Foundation—hosted a symposium entitled “The Future of Geo-Economics and International Trade” at the Larry H. Miller Group Corporate Office in Sandy, Utah, with  United States Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer.
“I’m delighted that Ambassador Lighthizer would accept my invitation to come to Utah,” said Orrin G. Hatch, Chairman Emeritus. “Ambassador Lighthizer has a proven record of standing up for American workers, farmers, manufacturers, and businesses. And he comes to us today on the heels of two tremendous victories on trade: securing a Phase 1 Deal with China and passing the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement. These two trade deals will help shore up thousands of jobs right here in Utah and millions more across the United States.”
The event also featured a panel consisting of business leaders representing a broad cross-section of industries, including: Miles Hansen, CEO & President, World Trade Center Utah; Rich Hartvigsen, VP Global Relations & General Counsel, Nu Skin; Rob Fredericks, VP & General Manager, Vascular Devices, Becton Dickinson; Dean Fitzpatrick, President, Larry H. Miller Dealerships; Shane Manwaring, General Counsel, doTERRA; Carine Clark, Tech CEO & Silicon Slopes Executive Board; Josh Brown, Government Affairs Director, Rio Tinto; and Rob Gibson, President, Utah Farm Bureau Federation.
“The Hatch Center was honored to welcome U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to Utah for an in-depth discussion on the future of American trade relations,” said Matt Sandgren, Executive Director of the Hatch Foundation. “As the Ambassador has noticed, business is booming in the Beehive State. The challenge today is maintaining the economic momentum to ensure that the next decade of growth is even greater than the last. Expanding trade opportunities for U.S. businesses will be key to achieving that goal.”
Larry H. Miller Dealerships President Dean Fitzpatrick participated in the panel discussion with Representative Lighthizer.
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