SEDP President, Justin Horvath, Says British TV News Network Will Be Here In Coming Weeks for Story
Posted by Durand Now at 11:29am 1/3/19
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Shiawassee Economic Development Partnership President and CEO, Justin Horvath, said the BBC is coming to Shiawassee County in the coming weeks to do a story. What community specifically? What will the story be about? That infomation hasn't been revealed... yet. Horvath said in a Thursday morning Facebook post that he had just gotten off the phone with the British News Network, exclaiming "Shiawassee County going global!"
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Horvath teased that more information will follow, so "stay tuned."
Justin Horvath was recently elected to a three year term on the Michigan Economic Developers Association board and as the group's President for 2019. He began serving in that capacity on January 1st.
Horvath said of the honor, "Looking forward to serving with my fellow officers, board members, staff and the membership in advancing our great organization," offering gratitude to outgoing President, Monique Holliday-Bettie, saying "I have big shoes to fill!"
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