High Desert Opportunity Installs 2015 Executive Board

High Desert Opportunity, the premier High Desert event annually showcasing local businesses and development opportunities for new and expanding businesses, installed their 2015 Executive Committee and Board of Directors. The 2015 Executive Committee is President Gwen Bedics, 1st Vice-President Orlando Acevedo, 2nd Vice-President Eric Camarena, Secretary Louisa Miller, Treasurer Paula Porter, and Past President Chris Lamoreaux. The 2015 Board of Directors are Orlando Acevedo, Gwen Bedics, Louise Bevilacqua, Joe Bryan, Eric Camarena, Monique Carter, Linda Ellsworth, Chris Lamoreaux, Louisa Miller, Roy Miller, Paula Porter, and Terry Saenz.

 

 

The goal of High Desert Opportunity (HDO) is to support economic growth and stability by attracting businesses and jobs to the High Desert. The event is organized by a volunteer group of approximately 40 local business professionals and community leaders.
The 2014 HDO conference was attended by over 700 people and featured nearly 70 exhibitors. In preparation for this year’s 34rd annual HDO event, the Board of Directors and committee held a stakeholders workshop to gain valuable feedback to make sure the conference was continuing to meet the needs and expectations of exhibitors, sponsors and attendees. Tickets and sponsorships are now available for purchase on the HDO website, and details of the 2015 HDO Conference will be announced soon.
High Desert Opportunity takes a dedicated group of volunteers in order to put on successful events year after year, and new volunteers are always welcomed.
For more information about the High Desert Opportunity Conference and volunteer opportunities, call 760-245-7600, email info@highdesertopportunity.com, or visit their website at www.highdesertopportunity.com.

 

About High Desert Opportunity

High Desert Opportunity (HDO) is the premier High Desert event annually showcasing local businesses and development opportunities for new and expanding businesses. The goal of the event is to support economic growth and stability by attracting businesses and jobs to the High Desert.  The region encompasses the cities of Adelanto, Apple Valley, Barstow, Hesperia and Victorville as well as portions of San Bernardino County.  In its 34nd year, High Desert Opportunity continues to grow, continually attracting close to 1,000 attendees focusing on the benefits of doing business in the High Desert.

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