Immanuel Village was again the site of the annual Economic Outlook Breakfast. It’s always a great opportunity to hear what’s going on in Nebraska’s fastest growing county, from agriculture, to the NRD, to roads, residential trends, and other Sarpy County developments.
The hot breakfast was delicious. After enjoying it, Angel Velitchkov spoke on his work with the Counsel for International Trade on behalf of Nebraska farmers and ranchers. Angel showed several interesting slides depicting his travels to Azerbaijan, Viet Nam, Nigeria, and many other international trading partners. He travels the world to grow Nebraska’s ag business.
We also heard details about the Offutt Levee and runway repairs from John Winkler of the Papio-Missouri River NRD. Don Kelly spoke of infrastructure improvements, and Sarpy Co. Commissioner Andy Alloway discussed residential trends. We also heard Christopher Erickson talk about the LaVista City Centre, and Dave Audino spoke about Papillion’s new Data Center.
As always, The Sarpy County Chamber of Commerce’s annual Economic Outlook gave us a bit of a glimpse into what the future may hold, and brought many good people together to talk and break bread; always a good thing.
Midwest Sound & Lighting is proud to provide crystal-clear, feedback-free audio reinforcement for the Economic Outlook breakfast. We again used a pair of passive, JBL VRX932 speakers, a QSC power amp, Shure wireless microphones and an Allen & Heath ZED mixer, and look forward to next year’s event.
Peace, love, out-