Former presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton visit Utah
SALT LAKE CITY — It’s not often a city or state plays host to two former U.S. presidents, but Salt Lake City will do so on Monday.
Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush will be the featured speakers at Outlook Leadership Conference 2012 at the Grand America Hotel. The event is organized by CSP — Convenience Store Petroleum — a publication that reports on fuels, beverages, tobacco, snacks, food service, etc.
The former U.S. leaders will offer their insights on world affairs during a conversation moderated by CSP president Paul Reuter.
The private gathering is sponsored by Altria Group Distribution Company (formerly Phillip Morris Co.), which is based in Richmond, Va.
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