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This is Lane Beattie, president of the Salt Lake Chamber, with your Metro Business Report…

Free USB flash drives will be available during the YES job fair tomorrow from three to five-thirty in the afternoon at Horizonte High School. YES stands for Youth EmployAbility Services.

This year's job fair includes workshop presenters from Empowerment Counseling Services and Family Matters.

The YES program and companies within the community are grouping together to encourage work skills and promote employment.

This job fair is targeted at anyone looking for employment or just wanting to get ahead on the holiday hiring season.

For questions or to find out how your company can participate please contact Terri Wilson at T-E-Wilson-at-S-L-C-O-dot-org. That's T-E-Wilson-at-S-L-C-O-dot-org.

I'd also like to announce that the Chamber's annual Life in Utah magazine is looking for your photos of fun in Utah. If you have some great shots—they just might make our magazine. Email your photos to That's news-at-S-L-Chamber-dot-com.

This is Lane Beattie for KSL News Radio.

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