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THIS IS LARRY MANKIN FROM THE SALT LAKE CHAMBER WITH YOUR METRO BUSINESS REPORT.
The Local Government Commission has awarded the Ahwahnee Award for exemplary projects and programs to Park City’s new Intermodal Transportation Center.
Gary Moulton, CEO of Glyphics Communications, has been selected as a qualifying judge in the Carrot Capital Business Plan Challenge for college students.
Wells Fargo and the Utah Council of the Blind announced that Wells Fargo Talking ATMs are now operating at approximately 58 locations across Utah. More Talking ATMs will be introduced throughout 2002.
The U.S. Department of Energy has several million dollars available to help inventors get their projects into commercial production. To see if your project is of interest to Federal investors, call the Utah Energy Office at 538-4713.
Here’s an Olympic business fact: Intermountain Health Care will staff 35 temporary medical clinics during the Games. In addition to these clinics, about 125 mobile medical staff and 150 ski patrol members will circulate around the venues to provide care to spectators and athletes.
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.