Monday, March 20, 2017

Although this month marks the end of the Chamber’s Inversion Mitigation Initiative, it does not mean businesses should stop working to integrate clean air strategies into their company culture.

The truth is air quality challenges don’t suddenly go away as winter fades into spring.

In fact, Utah’s summertime air quality poses its own set of challenges to both the health of Utah’s citizens and the environment.

Making smart commuting choices and implementing clean air strategies throughout the whole year will help your business boost employee productivity, save money, and continue to play a role in improving our air.

Consider these 3 ways to show you care about Utah’s air beyond inversion season:

  1. Start somewhere, even if it’s small. Use a travel strategies survey to determine what alternative transportation strategies your employees are interested in.
  2. Set goals.Your business doesn’t have to make drastic changes to improve air quality. For example, set realistic goals to help employees reduce emissions.
  3. Use available resources, like TravelWise or UDOT.

With these 3 ways you can show a commitment to clean air year-round.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Operating grocery and convenience stores takes a lot of energy, and slim profit margins mean you have to make the most of every dollar.

Let Rocky Mountain Power partner with your business to help you to run a healthy business ,and keep more of the money you earn.

  • Improve the appearance of your store and products by installing energy-efficient lighting and controls.
  • Upgrade refrigerated display cases by adding anti-sweat heater controls and LED lighting with occupancy sensors.
  • Install adaptive refrigeration controls or “smart refrigeration” in walk-in coolers and freezers eliminate moisture and icing problems and continuously monitor equipment.

If you think your store could benefit from an energy upgrade, Rocky Mountain Power’s wattsmart Business can help with incentives to cover part of the project cost for energy-efficient upgrades.

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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

In case you haven’t heard, March is Women’s History Month and the Salt Lake Chamber is taking part in the celebration.

This month has been declared as a worldwide celebration of women and highlights their contribution to events in history and contemporary society.

Against social convention and often legal restraints, women have created a legacy that expands the frontiers of possibility for generations to come.

This year the Salt Lake Chamber is honoring the extraordinary accomplishments, determination and tenacity of women by sharing stories of many of the amazing women in our community.

We’ve chosen to highlight the following women:

  • Amanda Covington of VISTA Outdoor
  • Theresa Foxley of EDCUtah
  • Jennifer Napier-Pearce of the Salt Lake Tribune
  • And Melanie Vartabedian of Ballard Spahr

We hope you join us in recognizing these extraordinary women in our community.

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Thursday, March 23, 3017

Who doesn’t love a good networking event?

This month’s Business After Hours brings together Innovative Design Concepts and The Falls Event Center at Trolley Square.

Join us next Thursday, March 30, for an elegant evening of cocktails, mocktails, hors’ d’oeuvres, exceptional decor and wonderful atmosphere.

Colleagues, business professionals and friends from around the Greater Salt Lake area will gather outside the normal work environment to unwind while making lasting connections.

Be sure to join Innovative Design Concepts and The Falls Event Center at Trolley Square, Thursday, March 30, for a night of networking with business professionals from around Salt Lake.

And don’t forget your business cards for a chance to win excellent raffle items, including a building space donation for a mid-week event at the Falls Event Center!

Friday, March 24, 2017

Are you a resident of Utah? Do you purchase medication? Do you wish there was a program to help you save on prescription prices?

There is – The Utah Drug Card Program.

This service is absolutely free to all Utah residents. Plus, there are no premiums or deductibles associated with this program.

Membership to the Utah Drug Card program has no requirements or restrictions.

The program is designed to help patients who do not have prescription drug coverage or have limitations to their current coverage.

The Utah Drug Card has partnered with companies that negotiate discounts directly with the pharmacies. Then these discounts are passed directly to cardholders.

This provides the program to have the lowest Rx Price Logic, guaranteeing you get the best pricing on your prescriptions.

You can save up to 75% on your medications, an average savings of around 30%.

Get yours today at: