Friday's Metro Business Report



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THIS IS MICHAEL DE GROOTE FROM THE SALT LAKE CHAMBER, WITH YOUR METRO BUSINESS REPORT

Harmons Grocery Stores is launching a new full-service florist business within the chain. The florist service will include delivery, floral creations, and FTD products and services.

The Salt Lake Chamber extends it condolences to the family of Wayne Clark who recently died. Wayne was a familiar face to visitors to the Chamber as the parking lot attendant at the Chamber of Commerce Building.

Hartman Communications has expanded their services from personal development to offering keynote speeches and training programs nationwide. Hartman uses the concepts from the book The Color Code in their training offerings.

Dynatronics first fiscal quarter profits were $108, 266 dollars. This is an increase of 12 percent over last year. Their net sales for the period were $4,115,770 dollars.

Intermountain Health Care has introduced a new Online Resource Center with information for anyone interested in cancer and cancer treatments. The web site is designed by a panel of cancer experts who will continually upgrade the educational material. The Resource Center can be accessed at www.ihc.com and by clicking on "IHC Cancer Services."

Every year the Chamber honors the best small business successes at the Giant Step Small Business Awards. Nominations are being accepted through the end of December. If you know of a business that may qualify for this award, please call the Chamber for a nomination form at 328-5053, or download a nomination form at saltlakechamber.org.

THIS IS MICHAEL DE GROOTE FOR KSL NEWSRADIO 1160.

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