November 14, 2016

The U.S. Global Leadership Coalition’s mission is to strengthen America’s leadership in the world through a strategic investment in development and diplomacy.

Join us as we partner with the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition, World Trade Center Utah, Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy, the Global Chamber, Sorenson Impact Center, the University of Utah David Eccles School of Business, and Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development, for the dynamic lunch discussion ‘Shaping America’s Global Impact: What’s at Stake for U.S. National Security and Utah’s Economy’ on November 18.

The discussion will feature speakers: Senator Orrin Hatch, General James T. Conway, U.S. Marine Corps, and Bill Lane, chair emeritus, USGLC.

Join us for this important foreign policy luncheon on the positive impact of global affair programs in Utah.

Lunch is provided and attendance is free, but registration is required.

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November 15, 2016

If you own or operate a business, you know every dollar saved in energy costs goes straight to the bottom line to improve your profit margin.

This is especially true for grocery and convenience stores where lighting and refrigeration are primary energy users.

By upgrading to LED lighting indoors, you can reduce costs and improve the appearance of displays and products.

Because LED lighting does not generate much heat, it also helps to reduce compressor runtimes in refrigerated cases, saving even more electricity.

Beneath gas station canopies, LED lighting reduces energy and maintenance costs and can enhance customer safety.

Rocky Mountain Power’s wattsmart Business program makes saving energy easy by providing cash incentives to cover part of the project cost for energy-efficient equipment upgrades.

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November 16, 2016

The Salt Lake Chamber Women’s Business Center’s 40th Annual American Express Women and Business Conference and Wells Fargo ATHENA Awards Luncheon celebrated 40 Fabulous Years of Inspiring Authentic Leadership.

Yesterday, over 800 men and women joined us for a full day of informative breakout sessions and inspirational speakers that recognized the accomplishments of those helping make a difference here in our local community.

At this year’s event, Lori Chillingworth, chief credit administrator of Zions Bancorporation was honored as the 2016 ATHENA.

In addition to the ATHENA Award four other women who create new paths and promote the development and recognition of women in business received Pathfinder Awards.

This year’s Pathfinders are:

  • Ivy Estabrooke, President of USTAR
  • Kathy Luke, Vice President of American Express
  • Laura Kaiser, Executive Vice President and COO of Intermountain Healthcare
  • Maura Carabello, President of the Exoro Group.

November 17, 2016

Have you heard of the Utah Drug Card?

If not, let me tell you about it! The Utah Drug Card can save you as much as 75% on your prescription medications, which can go a long way to relieving the stress of your prescription drug costs.

Best of all, the Utah Drug Card is free to all residents, and everybody in Utah is eligible to get pharmacy discounts through this program.

The Utah Drug Card can be used to supplement most health insurance plans, including health savings accounts and high deductible plans and it can also be used as a Medicare Part D supplement.

This program includes discounts on brand and generic medications, making all medications eligible for discounts.

The Drug Card is pre-activated and accepted at over 56,000 pharmacies around the country.

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November 18, 2016

Every year the Salt Lake Chamber publishes the magazine, Life in Utah. This magazine is the premier lifestyle, relocation, resident and visitor guide for the Beehive State.

Whether you live here, or are just in town for a quick visit, you probably realize that our state is unlike any other.

We are not only committed to maintaining Utah as the strongest economy in the nation, but to also being a welcoming, inclusive and caring community.

The magazine features information on Utah’s thriving economy and business climate, discusses why education is the foundation for Utah’s future, and also highlights a few of best places in our state.

Read an up close and personal look at Utah’s economical and cultural landscape in the 2016 edition of Life in Utah.

It’s the best magazine to learn why Utah is the best place to live, work, learn and play.

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