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THIS IS LARRY MANKIN, PRESIDENT OF THE SALT LAKE CHAMBER, WITH YOUR METRO BUSINESS REPORT
Several Utah businesses report personnel changes. SkyWest has promoted Suzanne Stephensen to Director of InFlight Resources. IHC Health Plans added Edward Kleyn and Thomas Morgan to its Governing Board. U.S. Bank has named Jon VanderStek as Vice President and Relationship Manager for Comercial Banking in Utah. Celtic Bank has hired Michael Oliver as Loan Processing Manager.
Tom Bullock of Documart was recently honored with the James M. Roche Spirit of Volunteerism Award at the Chamber’s 4th Annual Salt Lake Military Salute Banquet.
www.WellsFargo.com currently has more than 6,000 small businesses banking online in Utah. This is up 629 percent from a year ago.
Certified Careers Institute announced two new medical technology programs--Medical Assisting and Medical Office Specialist. This expands their offerings from focusing exclusively on Information Technology. Similar medical technology programs have been successfully offered at their sister schools in Nevada and California.
The Kern River Gas Transmission Company holds a groundbreaking ceremony for its 2003 Expansion Project today at the Utah Industrial Depot in Tooele.
Here’s a Chamber History Fact: In 1986 more than 150 businesses contributed a total of $568,000 to furnish the Chamber’s new headquarters.
On September 14th is the Chamber’s Century Celebration Gala sponsored by Stoel Rives and Questar. The Gala will honor over 100 of the people who gave extraordinary volunteer service to the Chamber. Call the Chamber now to reserve your space at 328-5050 or see us on the web at saltlakechamber.org.
THIS IS LARRY MANKIN FOR KSL NEWSRADIO 1160.