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THIS IS MICHAEL DE GROOTE FOR LANE BEATTIE, PRESIDENT OF THE SALT LAKE CHAMBER, WITH YOUR METRO BUSINESS REPORT

Southwest Airlines gave 20 local senior citizens complimentary roundtrip tickets so they could share the holidays with loved ones. Some of the recipients hadn’t seen family members in over a decade.

The Gingerbread House Foundation reported that the proceeds from the 2003 Gingerbread House Festival will go to the Utah Association of Family Support Centers, Boy Scout’s Youth Protection Program, r.a.d.KIDS, and Utah Children’s Justice Centers.

Gary Crittenden, Executive Vice President and CFO of American Express, and an Ogden native, recently received an honorary Doctor of Humanities degree from Weber State University.

eXegeSys, a global technology company, announced an agreement that allows Insoft of Chennai, India to sell eXegeSys products in South East Asian countries.

What was the top news story of 2003? Come hear what the local news media think at the Top Ten News Stories of 2003 on January 21st at the Red Lion Hotel at 7:30 a.m. It is a rare opportunity to meet some of the local news media. For more information, call the Chamber at 328-5053, or see us on the web at saltlakechamber.org.

THIS IS MICHAEL DE GROOTE FOR KSL NEWSRADIO 1160.

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