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Letter: Don’t forget who’s taking you home, S. Jordan Chamber

| The Salt Lake Tribune

First Published Aug 01 2014 05:24 pm • Last Updated Aug 01 2014 05:24 pm

I find it ironic that with all of the recent political controversy surrounding the possible redevelopment of Mulligan’s Golf Course in South Jordan, due to economic reasons, that the South Jordan Chamber of Commerce chooses to hold its annual golf tournament at a golf course in West Valley City.

Really?! I get the fact that Mulligan’s may not have the country club atmosphere or a facility suitable or up to the standards of the SoJo Chamber and some of its high profile members who choose to participate, but I think they need to make due or build a nicer facility and practice what they preach: Shop local, stay local, support local. Remember that old expression, "Dance with the one who brung ya."

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Dennis Shaw

South Jordan




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