Event Description

Washington County: State of the Economy presented by Community Bank

8:00 A.M. - 1:30 P.M.
Hilton Garden Inn, Southpointe
Registration is closed for this event.

Washington County continues to lead the Greater Pittsburgh Region in terms of economic development, energy production and job creation. To recognize this success and provide insight into 2014, the Washington County Chamber of Commerce invites you to the Inaugural Washington County: State of the Economy. For this half day event, we have invited the Washington County Commissioners to host a press conference on recent economic developments and will unveil the initial findings of a study by Washington & Jefferson College and Marcellus Shale Coalition on the impact of the energy industry on our county. We will conclude the event with a luncheon speaker from Sunoco to discuss the impact of their Mariner East project on Washington County's future. Please join us for this signature Washington County event.

8:00 a.m. Registration/Breakfast/Business Exposition

8:30 a.m. The Bowles Rice Breakfast
Washington County Commissioners' Economic Development
Press Conference

9:30 a.m. Break/Business Exposition

10:00 a.m. Washington & Jefferson Energy Session
Economic Impact of the Natural Gas Industry in Washington
County: initial Study Discussion from Washington &
Jefferson College, Marcellus Shale Coalition and
Washington County Chamber of Commerce

11:00 a.m. Break/Business Exposition

11:30 a.m. The Noble Energy Lunch Address
"Connecting Washington County to the World"
featuring Joseph F. McGinn, Public Relations, Sunoco, Inc.

1:00 p.m. Business Exposition

Reservations will be accepted until Tuesday, February 25, 2014. Payment due at time of reservation. Corporate tables are available, please contact us directly.

Expositions booths are available but limited to 25. To reserve a booth, please contact Debbie Sims at 724.225.3010 or debbies@washcochamber.com.
Washington County Economic Development Partnership
Washington County - Energy Capital of the East