Salt Lake Chamber Member News2018-02-08T10:25:30+00:00

New Secured Research Center at the U. Will Hold Trove of Federal Data

Originally published by Ben Lockhart in Deseret News on August 6, 2018 SALT LAKE CITY — The state's academic researchers will soon have significantly easier access to restricted-use federal data thanks to a new data center coming to the University of Utah next year. The so-named Wasatch Front Research Data [...]

‘You Have to Give Back,’ Sunroc Corp.’s CEO Says of $25K Gift to Homeless Resource Centers

Originally published by Katie McKellar in Deseret News on August 5, 2018 SALT LAKE CITY — As Jeremy Hafen, wearing a hard hat and a yellow vest over his suit, toured the dusty construction site where his company was prepping the ground for a 200-bed women's homeless resource center, a [...]

Ivory Homes Launches 30,000 Tree Initiative

Originally published by Utah Business on August 3, 2018 West Valley– Ivory Homes, with partners TreeUtah and UCAIR, kicked off the company’s effort to plant 30,000 trees throughout Utah by replacing a local family’s tree that was destroyed by a drunk driver in West Valley. Launched earlier this year on [...]

Harmons Neighborhood Grocery Expanding to Daybreak in 2020

Originally published by Utah Business on August 2, 2018 West Valley–Harmons Neighborhood Grocer is becoming part of the Daybreak neighborhood. Utah’s Neighborhood Grocer announces construction plans for its newest store today, the North Shore Market. This new neighborhood grocery store is anticipated to open early 2020 with construction slated to [...]

SBA Accepting 2019 National Small Business Week Awards Nominations

Originally published by Utah Business on August 2, 2018 Salt Lake City– The U.S. Small Business Administration Utah District Office is now accepting nominations for its 2019 National Small Business Week Awards, including the annual Small Business Person of the Year. Since 1963, National Small Business Week has recognized the outstanding [...]

First Phase of New $3.6 Billion Salt Lake City International Airport Reaching Halfway Mark

Originally published by Lee Davidson in The Salt Lake Tribune on August 2, 2018 Salt Lake City International Airport Director Bill Wyatt says most Utahns don’t seem to realize that an entirely new airport is rising next door to the existing one — which will be torn down in a [...]

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