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THIS IS MICHAEL DE GROOTE FROM THE SALT LAKE CHAMBER WITH YOUR METRO BUSINESS REPORT.
Intermountain Financial Group/MassMutual donated 1,000 hours to the Olympic Winter Games. The company had 16 people trained as First Responders, which required a 53-hour training course to serve as American Red Cross First Aid Station volunteers in Salt Lake and Park City.
March 8th marked the 106th anniversary of Volunteers of America. The Chamber celebrates its 100th anniversary this year and salutes all organizations and businesses 100 years old or older.
Salt Lake Community College is hosting the American Society for Quality Symposium on April 3rd. The symposium covers such topics as work demand, conflict resolution, customer satisfaction, ISO 9001 changes, and quality standards.
Here’s an Olympic business fact: According to recent reports given to Congress by Utah and national officials, the Games demonstrated that mass transit, not just highways, can be a key to solving huge transportation challenges
In the next few months the Chamber has several major events. Next Wednesday, March 27th, is the Giant Step Small Business Awards. On April 24th we honor Mitt Romney as A Giant In Our City. May 8th, 9th, and 10th is the Business to Business Expo at the Salt Palace. May 14th is the Women’s Business Day Luncheon. June 10th is the Chamber Classic Golf Tournament. June 15th is the Salt Lake Military Salute. For more information on attending or sponsoring any of these events, please call the Chamber at 364-3631 or see us on the web at saltlakechamber.org.
THIS IS MICHAEL DE GROOTE FOR KSL NEWSRADIO 1160.