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THIS IS LARRY MANKIN FROM THE SALT LAKE CHAMBER WITH YOUR METRO BUSINESS REPORT.

The Children’s Museum of Utah has held the Grand Opening of its Little Star Theater. The theater underwent a detailed renovation to expand its role as a production facility for aspiring producers, actors, and directors. The museum is looking for volunteers for a variety of interesting functions. For more information visit www.childmuseum.org.

In a recent survey by Robert Half International, 60 percent of companies say their firm offers access to their products and services via the Internet. This is up from 47 percent only two years ago.

Gentner Communications has changed its name to ClearOne Communications. It will trade under the symbol GTNR until March 15th when it will switch to the symbol CLRO.

Here’s an Olympic business fact: The Team 2002 Processing Center will process more than 34,000 staff and volunteer uniforms and credentials for both the 2002 Olympic and Paralympic Games. More than 300,000 individual uniform components will be distributed.

The Chamber’s Century Club hospitality venue officially opens with a “Welcome the World” kickoff party on February 8th. Two weeks later on February 24th, the Century Club closes with the “Party to end the Party.” Come enjoy the Game’s opening and closing ceremonies and enjoy the amenities of the 10,000 square foot Century Club. Cost per event is $35 for Chamber members, $50 for guests. Register by calling the Chamber at 328-5043 or see us on the web at saltlakechamber.org.

THIS IS LARRY MANKIN FOR KSL NEWSRADIO 1160.

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