National expert to speak to Magic Valley business community on creating quality cities – June 9

TWIN FALLS, Idaho – (RealEstateRama) — Nationally recognized author and community development strategist Peter Kageyama will be speaking at a Twin Falls luncheon for the Magic Valley business community June 9. The event, hosted by Idaho Housing and Finance Association, is entitled Creating Quality Places Where People Want to Live, Work and Play, and will be held at the Canyon Crest Event Center at 330 Canyon Crest Dr. in Twin Falls from noon to 1:30 p.m.

Kageyama, author of best-selling books For the Love of Cities and Love Where You Live, will provide an in-depth exploration of the importance of building great places that we care about, including attracting and retaining a dynamic workforce, focusing on a city’s most authentic elements to promote its strengths, and promoting better collaboration between multiple generations. He will also share ideas on how cities can work together with their citizens, businesses and universities to spur economic development and make their cities better.

“We are proud to sponsor a high quality speaker such as Mr. Kageyama,” said Gerald M. Hunter, president of Idaho Housing. “We are confident his expertise on retaining and recruiting a quality workforce and building a vibrant community where families want to live will be a helpful contribution.”

Tickets are $15 and include lunch. Registration is required at http://bit.ly/twinfallskeynote-nr. For more information, call 208-331-4743. The event is hosted by Idaho Housing and Finance Association and supported by Twin Falls Area Chamber of Commerce and Western Magic Valley Realtors.

About Idaho Housing and Finance Association
Idaho Housing and Finance Association is a financial services and housing business organization. IHFA’s mission is to improve lives and strengthen Idaho communities by expanding housing opportunities, building self-sufficiency, and fostering economic development.

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Kevin Harper kevinh (at) ihfa (dot) org
Media Relations Officer
208-331-4858

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