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MASON CITY, IA - At the North Iowa Area Community College on Wednesday afternoon, President and CEO of Winnebago Industries, Randy Potts, was one of the hosts of a business leadership forum.
The goal of the forum was to discuss how to deal with the current state of the economy.
"We has very good dialogue about the economic conditions, the challenges in our businesses, those kinds of things," Potts said.
Potts also highlighted one point that was brought up at the forum today and that was how fortunate business leaders in Iowa feel for the workforce they work with.
The forum also focused on how teaching Iowa business professionals how to be a better leaders in the workplace.
Potts talked to his audience about how businesses can work in a way where they can get more out of what's available right now in terms of the economy.
He also made a comment about what he sees for the economy as we move forward.
"I do see overall improvement in the economy, things are going in the right way, business for us is improving at Winnebago but it still has a long ways to go to be what we consider normal."
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