Greg Willbond checks out the North Face exhibit at the Outdoor Retailer Show in Salt Lake City. Expo organizers say they're set to convene a group of industry leaders to discuss whether it makes sense to move the show out of Utah after their commitment runs out next year. The show has been in Utah since 1996 and is estimated to bring in an annual economic benefit of $40 million to the state.
Greg Willbond checks out the North Face exhibit at the Outdoor Retailer Show in Salt Lake City. Expo organizers say they're set to convene a group of industry leaders to discuss whether it makes sense to move the show out of Utah after their commitment runs out next year. The show has been in Utah since 1996 and is estimated to bring in an annual economic benefit of $40 million to the state. Rick Bowmer AP
Greg Willbond checks out the North Face exhibit at the Outdoor Retailer Show in Salt Lake City. Expo organizers say they're set to convene a group of industry leaders to discuss whether it makes sense to move the show out of Utah after their commitment runs out next year. The show has been in Utah since 1996 and is estimated to bring in an annual economic benefit of $40 million to the state. Rick Bowmer AP

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