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Karl J. Dye

Executive Director

Bonner County Economic Development Corporation

HQ Phone:  (208) 265-6402

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Background Information

Employment History

Director of Corporate and Community Relations

Idaho PTECH Network


Affiliations

Panhandle Alliance for Education

Board Member


Education

Bachelor of Science

communications

University of Idaho


Web References(57 Total References)


Karl Dye - Panhandle Alliance for Education

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Karl Dye Karl was born in Lewiston, Idaho, and raised in Grangeville, Elk City and Plummer, Idaho, and Latah, Washington. Upon graduation from the University of Idaho with a Bachelor of Science in communications, he embarked on a career in sales, marketing and management, living in Idaho, Alaska, Florida, Washington and Illinois. Dye was able to fulfill his lifelong goal of having a job and living in Bonner County when he joined Litehouse Incorporated as a sales and marketing manager in 2002. He then served as a Bonner County Commissioner, and, in 2007, transitioned to his current position as the executive director of Bonner County Economic Development Corporation. He lives in Sandpoint with his wife, Tiffany, a Sandpoint native. They are the proud parents of Hattie Jane and Henry, who both attend Farmin Stidwell Elementary School in Sandpoint. "Serving on the Panhandle Alliance board is an incredible opportunity to give back to the community that means so much to all of us," said Karl.


Bonner County Economic Development Corporation

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"The only charge to the entrepreneur will be time and dedication to see their business plan develop," said Karl Dye, BCEDC Executive Director.
"Their dedication can lead to successful businesses, but it has to be their initiative. We're not doing the work for them, just providing support and direction," he added.


Bonner County Economic Development Corporation

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DSBA's Economic Restructuring Committee has been expanded with SURA and city representatives, along with Karl Dye of Bonner County EDC and several downtown businesses owners, to serve as a steering committee for the effort.


Community Prosperity in Lincoln County | Scotchman Peaks Wilderness

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The featured speaker was Karl Dye, Executive Director, Bonner County Economic Development Corporation.
He was joined by panelists Brigid Burke of Kootenai River Development Council; Tim Dougherty of Idaho Forest Group; and Nick Raines, Asbestos Resource Program Manager Dye provided an overview of how diverse and vibrant rural economies can be developed using a community's assets and resources. He explored programs that BCEDC has used to tap into community assets and resources and offer examples of successful approaches to building a rural economy.


KRFY Radio | Archives for: radioactive | Page 4

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Those were the questions, and more, that Bonner County Economic Development Corporation Executive Director Karl Dye and Sandpoint Community Development Director Jeremy Grimm discussed Tuesday, with hosts Suzy Prez and [...]


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