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THIS IS LARRY MANKIN, PRESIDENT OF THE SALT LAKE CHAMBER, WITH YOUR METRO BUSINESS REPORT

O.C. Tanner, on its 75th Anniversary, will recognize ten Utahns as “Everyday Heroes.” The presentation will be made tomorrow, September 20th, at O.C. Tanner. $75,000 dollars will be donated to non-profit organizations in the honoree’s names.

Evans & Sutherland Computer Corporation has begun shipping its next-generation PC image generator, the simFUSION ® 5000. The product takes advantage of an advanced processor from ATI Technologies to create more realistic imagery for simulation and training uses.

Deer Valley Resort is now offering special “smart lodging rates” for its slower off-season in fall.

According to the Utah Ski and Snowboard Association, many Utah ski resorts are now offering a fee day of skiing or riding when guests book four nights lodging. The promotion is part of an attempt to capitalize on the media exposure received during the Olympic Winter Games.

U.S. Translation Company is providing French, Spanish, and Portuegese interpreters and equipment for the October 2002 International Association of Chiefs of Police Convention in Minneapolis. Over 12,000 people participate in this convention.

The Chamber is serving up more of the city’s best business networking. Join us at the Samba Grill in the Gateway at 5pm on September 26th. There will be the usual great food and prizes--and new business relationships. To reserve a spot call the Chamber at 328-5050 or see us on the web at saltlakechamber.org.

THIS IS LARRY MANKIN FOR KSL NEWSRADIO 1160.

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