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A Film-Lovers Paradise: Filming in Utah
I spent much of my youth in movie theatres, including the old Blue Mouse in downtown Salt Lake City. During high school and college, I discovered the Sundance Film Festival…
Jill Johnson, the owner of The Paint Mixer, now says, with a little bit of hindsight, she is grateful for her business being inspired by the late iconic public television personality Bob Ross. One of Ross’s mantras was, “there are no mistakes, only happy accidents,” which is how she approached the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on her business.
Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name. Alton Thacker and his friends at Tiny Tim’s Foundation for Kids found a place where you can do that even during the pandemic.
Maven District is home to Salt Lake City’s largest community of female-owned businesses. During the coronavirus pandemic, store owners banded together, and the result is a thriving business community that focuses on giving back.
This year, when ski resorts and shops began shutting down in March due to COVID-19, it cut the company’s revenue stream, which it relies on to survive in its offseason. Several retail partners delayed or canceled orders for next season, causing inventory risk and cash flow issues for 12 months out.
Cache Humane Society is at the center of animal welfare, recovery and adoption activity in its community.
Smith’s Food & Drug recently hosted a flu shot drive-thru community event, as part of the Healthy In Utah initiative, in the parking lot of Maverik Center. The grocery store chain partnered with the Governor’s Office of Economic Development on this initiative to...
Set at the foot of the picturesque Kaiparowits Plateau in the southern Utah town of Big Water, World Traveler Bed and Breakfast offers two nautically-decorated homes (and some delicious carrot-cake waffles) minutes from Lake Powell.
With roughly 200 restaurants in the greater Park City area, why open another one?
The pandemic is quickly changing how we work and where we work. That means companies need to adapt the way they lead and engage their workforce. Because employees are more likely to be engaged in their jobs if they feel a sense of connection and belonging with their coworkers, creating that connection is more important than ever.