CRN Conference, Workshop head to Utah

CRN Conference, Workshop head to Utah

Both The Workshop and The Conference will feature impressive lineups of speakers, covering relevant topics for dietary supplement industry executives.

The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN), the dietary supplement industry’s leading trade association, announced it is taking the industry’s most substantive executive conference to Utah for the first time in its 40 year history. Dietary supplement industry executives are encouraged to mark their calendars for The Workshop: CRN’s Day of Science and The Conference: CRN’s Annual Symposium for the Dietary Supplement Industry, held in tandem Wednesday, Sept. 18 through Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013, at the exquisite Montage Deer Valley resort in Park City, Utah. Tyler Whitehead, general counsel at Utah-based Nu Skin Enterprises Inc. and a long-serving director on CRN’s Board, will serve as 2013 conference chair.

Both The Workshop and The Conference will feature impressive lineups of speakers, covering relevant topics for dietary supplement industry executives. The Montage Deer Valley resort offers an intimate, breathtaking setting, ideal for networking.

“Utah is synonymous with the dietary supplement industry, and I’m honored to serve as the 2013 CRN Annual Conference Chair in my home state,” said Mr. Whitehead. “Both CRN events give member and potential member companies the opportunity to build business relationships, delve into issues facing the industry, and get a taste of what makes CRN the dietary supplement industry’s leading trade association.”

Located approximately 45 minutes from Salt Lake International Airport, the Montage Deer Valley resort is a beautiful all-season alpine retreat overlooking the charming and historic town of Park City.

More information on flexible registration options and agenda will be posted on the CRN website in late spring. For sponsorship opportunities, contact Katie Stevenson, senior manager, communications, at 202-204-7682 or [email protected]

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