John Bresee of Backcountry.com Speaks Thursday

Our Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum lunch Thursday May 12th at 12:00 noon at the Provo Marriott will be outstanding. John Bresee, co-founder of Backcountry.com will share his experiences with our group. Please RSVP at www.uvef.net. Lunch is only $20 for non-members and will be well worth your time. John is an outstanding internet entrepreneur and marketing and strategist and operations guy. Greg Ellis from AuctionVideo will be our spotlight speaker.

Backcountry recently ranked #92 on the Inc. 500 list. They also issued a great press release blaming the weather for their 84% sales increase year over year. They said \”too much time outside [kept] the company from posting triple digit gains,\” which is what they are used to.

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