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SEO.com Hosts UTC Industry Breakfast; Ancestry.com CEO to Speak

SEO.com is hosting the Utah Tech Council’s industry breakfast Thursday, July 29 from 8 to 9:30 a.m. at its corporate headquarters at 14870 Pony Express Road in Bluffdale.

Tim Sullivan, president and CEO of Ancestry.com, will speak on “How to Execute a Big Idea.”

He will tell the story of Ancestry.com's experience of landing the hit NBC TV show, “Who Do You Think You Are?” and will discuss how to tackle similar big ideas and projects that may seem insurmountable. The show, which will return in August, features celebrities such as Spike Lee, Susan Sarandon, Emmitt Smith and Sarah Jessica Parker using Ancestry.com’s software to trace their roots and discover their ancestors. It has brought massive exposure to Sullivan's company.

Thursday, July 29
8 – 9:30 a.m.
$15 for UTC Member
$30 for Non UTC Member

Event location:
14870 Pony Express Road
Bluffdale, Utah

Driving Directions:
Take I-15 to exit 288, 14600 South. Keep right at the fork and follow signs for Bluffdale. Merge onto UT-140 West. Turn left at I-15 Frontage Road/Pony Express Road. SEO will be on the right.

Event date: 7/29/2010 8 a.m.

Topics: Blog

Dan Bischoff

Written by Dan Bischoff

Dan is the former VP of Public Relations at PRMarketing.com. He has worked as a sports writer, a business editor, and an outdoor recreation editor in various media outlets -- including the Associated Press, The Salem Statesman Journal, the Deseret News and the Park Record. Dan received a Bachelor’s in Mass Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations from the University of Utah.

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