December 7, 2015

Each year the Salt Lake Chamber, in conjunction with Utah Business and Utah Media Group, publishes Life in Utah, the premier lifestyle and relocation resident and visitor guide for our state.

Life in Utah is a comprehensive look at the Beehive State, providing readers with a compilation of the most relevant information about what Utah a great place to live, work and play.

More than that, Life in Utah demonstrates why Utah, according to Forbes Magazine is “the #1 State for Business.”

It is a guidebook, not only for the Wasatch Front but for all of Utah, and is used extensively by local residents, businesses, newcomers and frequent visitors.

Life in Utah is distributed over multiple channels, digitally and in print, equaling to almost half a million readers. It also has a physical distribution of over 100,000.

Learn how to get your hands on the 2016 edition of Life in Utah or see last year’s edition at:

December 9, 2015

All aboard the Downtown Jingle Bus!

We’re into December. And the Holiday season means visitors can now hop-on and off the Jingle Bus until December 28th.

This holiday themed ride circulates around downtown Salt Lake City between The Gateway, Temple Square, City Creek Center, Gallivan Plaza and Capitol Theatre.

This is a great way for shoppers and sightseers alike to enjoy the abundant holiday lights and decorations in our capital city. It’s also a great way to learn downtown facts, sing carols and hear narration provided by some great volunteer hosts.

The Jingle Bus runs from 5pm to 10 pm, 7 days a week, free of charge until December 28th. You won’t want to miss this season event!

This is courtesy of the SLC Downtown Alliance, City Creek Center and The Gateway.

For more information, visit:

December 10, 2015

If you’re from Utah, you know we are frequently touted as having “The Greatest Snow on Earth.”

Recently, Forbes, in partnership with ZRankings (ZEERankings) released the 2016 Top 10 Ski Resorts and three of them are in Utah!

Where do snow, luxury, travel ease and terrain come together in harmony? Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort! They were ranked with the #2 spot on the list.

If you went a little bit further into Little Cottonwood Canyon, you’d reach a resort where, for some, skiing is life. The #4 spot went to the resort that has been beckoning skiers since 1939 with nearly 510 inches of snow on average every year – Alta Ski Resort.

Last, but certainly not least, the tenth spot is the newly combined Park City Mountain Resort, the largest ski resort in the United States at 7,300 acres.

Many of us love the mountains here in Utah and are ecstatic that we continue to be known as having three of the top ski resort destinations of 2016.

To view the complete list, visit

December 11, 2015

Energy efficiency has been an ongoing investment at Salt Lake Community College, which serves more than 60,000 students on 10 campuses, making it Utah’s largest college.

To maximize its energy-saving, the community college participates in Rocky Mountain Power’s wattsmart® Business Energy Project Manager Co-funding, which makes it possible for the college to staff a dedicated manager to oversee efficiency projects.

SLCC tackled a multi-campus energy efficiency project, upgrading outdated lighting to highly efficient LED systems. The project resulted in estimated electricity savings of more than 1.2 million kilowatt-hours and earned nearly $242,700 in Rocky Mountain Power incentives over a 12-month period. It also achieved goals for system standardization and maintenance savings.

For details on Energy Project Manager Co-funding and other wattsmart Business incentives and services, visit Rocky Mountain Power’s website,