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THIS IS LARRY MANKIN FROM THE SALT LAKE CHAMBER WITH YOUR METRO BUSINESS REPORT
Intermountain Health Care has been named the nation’s top-ranked integrated health care system by SMG Group, a Chicago-based health information company that examined 578 health systems around the nation. IHC has placed in the top ten for three consecutive years.
Volunteers of America, Utah, received a grant totaling $20,000 dollars from the Fred Meyer Foundation. The grant will be used for the Homeless Youth Resource Center that provides assistance to youth ages 15 to 21 who are living on the streets.
Glyphics Communications is offering a custom telecommunications program where a portion of all the proceeds are donated to a specified school. Learn more about the program, named Calls4Kids, at www.calls4kids.com. [say “www dot calls ‘the number 4’ kids dot com]
Here’s an Olympic business fact: Businesses are doing their part to help ease transportation problems during the Games. For example, Bailey-Montague Graphic Design has changed their business hours to be from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. They also sent out letters to their customers telling them the best route to get to their offices downtown.
The Chamber's Century Club is a powerful tool to strengthen customer relationships and team-build during the Games. Get a taste of the Century Club experience this Friday, February 8th at the Party to Welcome the World. This is THE business-networking event of the Games. But hurry, we only have room for 500 people. Call the Chamber for more information at 328-5043 or see us on the web at saltlakechamber.org.
THIS IS LARRY MANKIN FOR KSL NEWSRADIO 1160.