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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Cody Hyde
As entrepreneurs who had parlayed a local cleaning business in Wyoming and Utah into a multimillion-dollar enterprise with holdings in hotels, ranches, auto dealerships, sports teams and more, Justin and Cody Hyde knew that meeting the right people and developing good relationships — even with adversarial regulators — was part of the solution for businessmen like themselves.
JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. — Justin and Cody Hyde have heard all the war stories from businessmen about having to contend with senseless federal regulations in tough economic times.
"They don't fish with their friends; they fish with people they don't know," and the result is an "acceleration" of relationships that often turn into friendships and help both sides do their jobs better, said Cody Hyde, an adept fly-fisherman who provides the helping hand and personal chemistry needed to make the retreats successful at their mission of creating bonds between unlikely pairs.