There’s also the argument for stuffing some last minute cash into presenters’ pockets. We notice that Mitt Romney was last year’s headliner and his speaking fees are typically around $50,000 a pop. Nice gig for him just before the election. So sad that so many of us had to pay for a politician we didn’t want. We wonder how much taxpayer largess will be left for the current crop of presenters?
Failed USTAR is behind the Summit … or is (???) the failed USTAR behind the The Utah Technology Innovation Summit?
The email address in their blast, “email@example.com,” is an indicator that USTAR, in its end of life death knell/throes, may still be desperate to recover and reinvent itself by hosting or ghosting or doing at least something like the Summit … The Utah Technology Innovation Summit.
Oh well … we suppose that Utah taxpayers can endure at least one last gasp and allow the infamous, Cornucopia of Corruption called … USTAR to drain their wallets once more before the cash is completely dried up.
Isn’t this convocation of Utah Goodfellas … The Summit … rather like putting lipstick on a pig … a dead pig at that?
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