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2 FIRMS GIVE COMPUTER SYSTEM TO FORTY PLUS

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Two Utah companies have contributed a computer system and software to Forty Plus of Utah Inc., the organization attempting to find jobs for out-of-work executives over 40 years old.

Wynn Phillips, Forty Plus president, accepted a computer system from Kip Hakanson, administrative director of Novell Corp., and software to help the organization with its marketing efforts from Jim Godwin of Sensible Sales Consulting.It was also announced that Godwin and his partner, William H. Sutton, co-founder and former president of Forty Plus of Utah, have agreed to donate consulting and training services to the organization.