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Letter from the Governor:

As Governor of the great State of Utah, it is my pleasure to recognize and support the publication of Life in Utah. Our commitment to free enterprise, dedication to building a world-class education system and our adherence to the principles of good government help make Utah a great place to live, work, play and raise a family.

I invite you to explore Utah’s five national parks, seven national monuments, two national recreation areas, six national forests and more than forty state parks. I am confident you will enjoy our state’s varied recreational venues, national scenic wonders, artifacts and remnants of the past, museums ranging from dinosaur exhibits to Pioneer Native American displays, to fine art displays, and so much more.

The people of our state are friendly and helpful. Our state is accessible and offers something for everyone. I believe your experiences will elevate your life and I trust they will enhance your interest in visiting again, or making Utah your home. Sincerely,

Gary R. Herbert Governor

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LOOKING FOR SERVICES TO SUPPORT YOUR BUSINESS? TRY YOUR OWN BACKYARD. You don’t have to search the country for a positive economic success story. It’s right here in Utah. No wonder Forbes named us Best State for Business and Careers for the second year running and the American Legislative Exchange Council ranked our economic outlook #1. Want more good news? We’re helping local companies of all sizes with government purchasing, international development, rural business support, healthcare exchange, technology grants and more. To find out what makes Utah thrive, call 801.538.8879 or visit business.utah.gov.

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Contents Commerce

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Understanding the heart of Utah’s thriving economy and business.

Real Estate

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Utah’s residential and commercial real estate overview.

Downtown Rising

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Downtown SLC is dynamic and diverse, and the regional center for culture.

Living and Learning

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Utah is a great place to live, from schools to health care.

Technology

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Focusing on innovation and creativity, Utah leads U.S. in technology sector.

The Arts

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A showcase of entertainment and events that take center stage.

Utah’s Ticket

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A quick glance at the unique lifestyle that Utahns call their own.

Around the State

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From north to south, Utah’s landscape is among the most diverse in the nation.

Out and About

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Play year-round whether it’s warm or cold.

Natural Wonders

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An exploration of the vast natural beauty waiting to be discovered.

Resource Guide

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A snapshot of some of the best places to dine, drink and stay.

Accolades

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Utah has been recognized as the best state for business three years in a row.


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Welcome to Utah! Whether you are here for a quick visit or considering Utah as your new home, it won’t take long for you to realize that our state is unlike any other. Life in Utah magazine is designed to give you a taste of what makes Utah so special. You may already know we’re the home of the Greatest Snow on Earth and some of the very best skiing, but don’t forget about playing in the mountains and lakes in the summer and visiting the spectacular national parks and our vibrant capital city. We have something for everyone within our state borders. No matter how long you plan to be here, we want to make you feel welcome. The Salt Lake Chamber supports the Utah Civility and Community 2013 effort. Under the leadership of Utah Lt. Governor Greg Bell and Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker, we are committed to respectful discourse and behavior toward all people. We are committed to being a welcoming, inclusive and caring community, and we’d love nothing more than for you to join us. We hope you’ll enjoy your time in our great state!

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To find out more about CenturyLink call 801.533.9999 or visit centurylink.com *Forbes rated Utah the Best State for Business and Careers two years in a row. http://www.forbes.com/sites/kurtbadenhausen/2011/11/22/the-best-states-for-business/ © 2012 CenturyLink, Inc. All Rights Reserved. The name and the pathway logos are trademarks of CenturyLink, Inc.


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Salt Lake Chamber:

A blend of business tradition, advocacy and service The Salt Lake Chamber embraces a new era of business leadership. It is an era that blends the best of traditional chamber functions — networking, marketing and events — with top-notch business advocacy and coalition building to better serve the business community and citizens of our state.

The Salt Lake Chamber has two strategic partners in the Downtown Alliance and World Trade Center Utah. These are carefully managed partnerships where these resources are leveraged to maximize services offered to the community.

Our goal is simple: make Utah more prosperous and businesses more successful. We advance sensible government policies which enable business to thrive and the community to prosper, while partnering with similar-minded organizations to provide service unmatched throughout the nation.

The Chamber also has contractual arrangements with many other chambers of commerce, business associations and nonprofit organizations to increase efficiency and the effectiveness as we serve our respective constituents. Our partners recognize that we serve our community best with strong, coordinated, bold and visionary business leadership.

A chamber of commerce can take many forms. Ours is one of business leadership, dedicated involvement in the affairs of the community and a top-notch professional staff. As a business association that represents industries across the state, including businesses of all sizes, we fi ll an essential function to challenge government’s direction and stand up for the broadbased, statewide needs of business. We are “The Voice of Business” in Utah. Over the past several years, the Salt Lake Chamber has extended its reach in support of the community by formalizing partnerships with other business and community groups. These partnerships help us be more efficient in the delivery of services, collaborate to grow the services offered and provide fi ner services to our members and the community.

Looking to the future, the Salt Lake Chamber promotes a sweeping vision of what a statewide chamber of commerce can and should be. This statewide reach is fi rmly grounded in downtown Salt Lake City — the regional center for nearly three million people and the economic, cultural, religious, commercial, legal, fi nancial, transportation and government heart of Utah. MORE INFO: Visit us online at www.slchamber.com. We seek to propel Salt Lake City and the entire state of Utah onto a national and world stage. We do so by combining the best of traditional chamber services with dynamic business advocacy and unmatched collaboration.

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Taking business to the global market It is no secret exports have been a bright spot in the Utah economy in recent years. For example, Utah was the only state in the U.S. to increase its merchandise export numbers in 2009. And in 2010, Utah was also the only state in the nation to double its exports in a five-year period. Adding to that success, Utah went from a record-setting $13.8 billion in international exports in 2010 to nearly $19 billion in 2011. And that momentum just continues to build. That’s quite impressive for a landlocked state without a seaport. Exports play a very important role in Utah’s economic landscape. International exports bring revenue to Utah businesses, helping support and create more jobs in our state. When it comes to entering international markets and/or expanding into new territories, Utah companies are anything but alone. The World Trade Center Utah (WTC Utah), established on September 11, 2006, is a valuable resource for both the small- to medium-size companies that make up a significant part of the Utah business community as well as for the larger corporations that seek to capitalize on global opportunities. As a public-private partnership, the mission of the nonprofit World Trade Center Utah is to successfully guide Utah businesses into profitable global markets. WTC Utah guides companies through the process of assessment, education and connection. The assessment phase can begin with their online assessment survey as well as one-on-one interviews to explore the company’s strategy, resources and commitment to trade globally. “While competing internationally entails a significant effort and serious intent, it would be a mistake for a company to

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ignore the highly lucrative global market, particularly in difficult economic times” says Lew Cramer, president and CEO of WTC Utah. In cooperation with its strategic partners, Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED), the U.S. Commercial Service, the Economic Development Corporation of Utah, USTAR and the Salt Lake Chamber, World Trade Center Utah provides an array of workshops, seminars and educational events on topics of key interest to Utah companies. In addition, there are numerous opportunities for Utah businesses to meet senior ranking economic officials and ambassadors visiting Utah from all over the world. Savvy internationalists in Utah and throughout the world receive the World Trade Center Utah free weekly e-mail newsletter, Global Utah, with articles on current international events, relevant news items, partner links and the only comprehensive calendar of international events in Utah. By participating in these valuable networking events, business owners are able to connect with others who share similar questions and solutions to the challenges of taking their business into the global market. “The best way to predict the future is to create it,” says business consultant Peter Drucker. “And in today’s uncertain future,” according to Lew Cramer, “Utah companies are at a critical tipping point for successful international expansion.” MORE INFO: Learn more about WTC Utah online at www.wtcutah.com.

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Science * Success * You

You want to work at Nelson Labs if you enjoy science, have a passion for improving the quality of life, and can have fun in the process. Nelson Labs is a growing Utah company that has set the standard in quality microbiological testing since 1985. More than 4,000 companies in over 50 countries trust us with the testing of their medical devices and pharmaceuticals. Our growth over the last 5 years has been particularly exciting as we have doubled our team and added two new buildings to our campus. Our success is due in large part to the incredible people who work here. Our product is more than just testing; it is the experience our clients have when we help them solve problems. Because of this, we work hard to cultivate an environment of respect and caring—for each other, our customers, and the important work we do. Our employees like our benefits, flexibility, and state-of-the-art work environment, including an on-site children’s room and full exercise room. But even more, they like the chance to flex their intellectual muscle while improving the quality of life. We are hiring people who see science and success in their future. Opportunities are available in science, business management, and IT career fields. To learn more, call 800-826-2088 or visit www.nelsonlabs.com.

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Utah No.1 for Business & Careers: The nation’s best performing economy is more than a vision, it’s a reality Utah is rich in cultural and natural resources, set against a backdrop of some of the world’s most astonishing landscapes. Through much of three seasons, the snowpack of the Wasatch Mountains paint a dynamic white-capped backdrop to some of the nation’s most innovative and livable cities. It’s a landscape that’s integrated into Utah’s business vitality and overall quality of life. And where there’s outdoor opportunity, there’s business opportunity. GOED and its Office of Tourism are available to help people access opportunity on both fronts. THE NATION’S MOST VIBRANT ECONOMIC HIVE While there is no shortage of outdoor opportunity and open space, Utah also offers nation-leading “Economic Dynamism” (Kauffman Foundation) and the “Best Business Climate” (Business Facilities). If Forbes consecutive top rankings helped identify Utah as the hottest business market in the country, Pollina Corporate Real Estate just solidified it. The independent research fi rm, considered a “gold standard” for evaluating the economic performance of states, in 2012 named Utah its “Top Pro-Business State.” The accolades do not end there. Utah’s business environment, job growth and economic outlook have captured the business world’s imagination. In a word, it can be downright paradise here.

By way of example, Eden, Utah, is home to the state’s only dairy sheep farm and some of the fi nest sheep’s milk cheese outside of Europe. Snowy Mountain Sheep Creamery is one of countless surprises cultivated from Utah’s combined ecosystems, and built on the persistence and integrity that defi ne the Beehive State. But what does “Beehive State” mean? While there is no shortage of hives (ask awardwinning Slide Ridge Honey and honey wine beekeeper Martin James), the nickname reflects Utah’s pioneering and industrious spirit that helped propel Utah from a predominantly agrarian society to a life sciences and information technology global powerhouse. Utah’s uniqueness creates a vivid contrast within the region and against the national scene and presents extraordinarily attractive business opportunities. Internationally, companies recognize that business thrives here, thanks to a sensible regulatory environment, low operating costs, a high-quality workforce and the increased quality of life that comes with clean, livable cities with immediate access to breathtaking scenes and recreation. HELP WHEREVER BUSINESS EXISTS Utah is the thirteenth largest state by land area, but only the thirty-fi fth most populated. The majority of that population falls along the 80-mile corridor that comprises the Wasatch Front, between the highly acclaimed metropolitan areas

Capitol during Spring image by Lance Tyrrell; Salt Lake Chamber President Lane Beattie, President Dieter F. Uchtdorf and Gov. Gary Herbert image by Josh Brown, courtesy of Salt Lake Chamber; Board of Governors image courtesy of Salt Lake Chamber; City Creek Center ribbon cutting image courtesy of City Creek Reserve, Inc.


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of Ogden and Provo. But business opportunity abounds throughout the Beehive State, whether urban or rural, and GOED has business resources for both.

It’s all in addition to 14 world-class ski resorts statewide, half of which are less than an hour from Salt Lake International Airport.

GOED programs such as Business Resource Centers and the Procurement Technical Assistance Centers help with business promotion and recruitment and with landing contracts to expand a company’s reach. GOED also directly invests in promising new University technology and research by awarding critical-stage competitive grants to companies seeking to commercialize that technology.

RURAL RICHES AND HEALTHY LIVING There’s a wide-range of companies fi nding new homes in the tight-knit rural communities that offer local support and a workforce that is skilled and productive. Utah’s rural areas support industries as varied as precision composite machining and food manufacture. Utah also boasts one of the nation’s youngest workforces at an average age of 29. GOED’s Rural Development Office works with local partners to help move grants and implement the Business Expansion and Retention (BEAR) initiative into rural areas.

PERFECTLY POSITIONED As the “Crossroads of the West,” Utah is a central location for manufacturing, transportation, distribution, and data storage and movement. The Wasatch Front is the meeting point of the three major rail lines leaving Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles ports. The confluence of three major interstates make Utah a central point for the Canada/Mexico trade corridor. At one geographical confluence is some of the nation’s fastestgrowing IT and software companies, part of Utah’s growing “Silicon Slopes.” IM Flash, Adobe and eBay have all set up shop at the Wasatch Front’s “Point of the Mountain,” where Salt Lake and Utah County meet, approximately halfway between the University of Utah and Brigham Young University, two of the nation’s top schools for university technology commercialization. Meanwhile, Utah has been recognized as the No. 1 state in the nation for Internet adoption and Utah boasts some of the fastest broadband speeds and availability of all western states. To meet the demands of its growing economy, Utah is designing and building a talent pipeline of qualified employees among its institutions of higher education and its most vibrant industry sectors. The public/private Utah Cluster Acceleration Partnership accelerates key industry clusters and leverages Utah’s economic development deepening the collaboration among the Utah System of Higher Education, GOED, Utah’s Department of Workforce Services and industry. Underlying it all, the Office of Tourism’s Utah Life Elevated® brand promotes Utah’s unparalleled outdoor recreational opportunities to prospective visitors around the globe by increasing the awareness of Utah and showing off the Beehive State’s extraordinary assets: five national parks, 43 state parks, national monuments and recreational areas.

The youthful and tech-literate workforce is embracing everything Utah has to offer. Utah is one of the happiest, healthiest states in the union, and largely has an optimistic view of the state’s economic future. To support an active lifestyle, Utah has a top-rated health care infrastructure. Access to health care choice is of great importance to the state. Consequently, the state recently launched Avenue H, an online health insurance marketplace designed to help small businesses get access to health care coverage. Avenue H allows greater choice for employers and employees, enabling employees to shop for an insurance plan that meets their needs and budget. Avenue H, like so many of GOED’s programs, is a local answer to local concerns. Once again, Utah is leading the way with market-based solutions to small business needs, like health care. It’s the pervasive spirit of industry and self-determination that drives Utah business people and has earned the respect of the world. WHO’S COMING TO TOWN: BioFire Diagnostics, Inc.

Salt Lake City

657 jobs

EMC Corporation

Salt Lake City

750 jobs

Family Dollar

St. George

450 jobs

FLSmidth

Midvale

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Peterbilt

Salt Lake City

145 jobs

Rock West Composites

West Valley

93 jobs

Schiff Nutrition

Salt Lake City

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Vexxel

Brigham City

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Workday

Salt Lake City

250 jobs

Xactware Solutions

Utah County

859 jobs

Xi3

Salt Lake City

500 jobs

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Home and abroad influenced cuisine The Beehive State serves as a confluence where Rocky Mountain flavor meets metropolitan style, where home-cooked tackles contemporary and where economy meets eclectic. What that means for you is a smorgasbord of flavors from all corners of the world right here in Utah. Farm-to-table restaurants like Pago, the Copper Onion and Bambara are at the forefront of Salt Lake City’s evolving taste in locally sourced cuisine. In fact, a food revolution is working its way through Salt Lake City’s fi ner restaurants, as imported Michelin-starred chefs are bringing a passion and palette for cuisine rooted in Utah’s heritage and supply. Any conversation about fi ne dining in Utah probably includes The Mariposa, a winter-only fi ne dining destination at Deer Valley specializing in “New American” cuisine, which received the highest food score by Zagat in Utah. And Italian cuisine is plentiful and delightfully authentic with the likes of Valter’s and Cucina Toscana, among others in Salt Lake City. Forage in Salt Lake City has received national accolades for their artisan cuisine, and many more chefs around the state are creating innovative fare with flair. Utah’s proud pioneer tradition means the spirit of savvy eating on a budget is integrated within its restaurants. Easily affordable and just as scrumptious, the Red Iguana Mexican restaurant has been delivering delicious food at remarkably low prices for decades. If you’re looking to try some more authentic Utah dishes, right down the street from the Red Iguana in downtown is The Lion House, an interesting take on home-style dishes that defi ne Utah flavor. Think pioneer meets country kitchen with dishes like stuffed chicken and impossibly light dinner rolls.

Utah is also home to great breweries like Squatters, Red Rock and Epic, breweries of liberating libations. Both Squatters and Red Rock offer their award-winning beers at brewpubs by the same names, and may we recommend Sunday brunch at both. The nation’s fi rst ski-in and ski-out distillery also calls Utah home. High West Distillery in Park City is a burgeoning whiskey maker for discerning tastes. Gastronomy Inc., owns and operates several restaurants including Market Street Grill, Market Street Broiler, Market Street Oyster Bar and The New Yorker. They pride themselves on fresh seafood flown in daily. Nearby Takashi Sushi is also a catch for fresh seafood, and with Beatles-inspired rolls, it’s a tasty trip to make. The southern half of the state has delectable dining as well. Hell’s Backbone Grill in Boulder serves sustainably grown food that reflects the restaurant’s intention to benefit the world. The Painted Pony in St. George has long been a source for fi ne cuisine in the desert. The Downtown Dine O’ Round occurs two weeks every autumn in Salt Lake City and features the best restaurants offering special prices for multi-course lunches and dinners. (More information: dineoround.com) There is a food renaissance cooking in Utah, and your table is waiting. MORE INFO: What do you want to do this weekend? Looking for a different experience to tempt your taste buds? Discover all the latest downtown dining options at nowsaltlake.com.

Local fare at the Copper Onion image by Margie Richlen, courtesy of Downtown Alliance; Caputos at lunch image by John McCarthy, courtesy of Downtown Alliance; Squatters image by Margie Richlen, courtesy of Downtown Alliance; Pago 9th+9th image by Lance Tyrrell, courtesy Salt Lake City Community & Econ. Development; Beehive Tea Room image by David Newkirk, courtesy of Downtown Alliance


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Residential Real Estate: Utah leading the nation’s housing recovery As the country works its way out of the housing downturn, Utah has emerged as a top performer, regularly ranking high on various lists that track the best real estate markets in the country. In fact, Utah real estate ranks in the top 10, according to the Federal Housing Finance Agency. As of September 2012, home prices were up 8.63 percent over the previous year, the sixth-highest increase in the country. Utah metropolitan areas also ranked high, with St. George at No. 7 and Salt Lake at No. 26 out of 285 areas. Ogden’s housing market is also at the top of a national list as the most affordable major housing market in the country, according to the National Association of Home Builders. Of the new and existing homes sold from July to September 2012, 93.2 percent were considered affordable. Other evidence of the state’s emergence from the downturn is that fact that Utah’s metro areas have been included on a national list that tracks improving markets. Only cities that show consistent improvement in permits, employment and home prices are placed on the NAHB/First American Improving Markets Index. Salt Lake, Provo and St. George are all on that list.

The fi rst quarter of 2012 marked the bottom in prices statewide. Since then, home values have steadily increased. As of October 2012, the Utah median sales price of $183,000 was up for the seventh consecutive month, according to the Utah Association of Realtors. The UAR also reports vibrant sales. Over the past year, singlefamily sales increased 12.3 percent while townhome/condo sales went up 16.1 percent. Overall, 2012 marks the state’s best housing market in five years. Low inventory, rising rents and an increase in household formation will support the market going forward. Utah home prices are expected to rise about 7 percent from 2013 to 2014, according to Fiserv Case-Shiller. Utah’s strong economy, low unemployment and continued job creation are the drivers of the state’s strong housing market. With this successful formula, Utah real estate is wellpositioned for the future.

MORE INFO: Visit slchamber.com/search or utahrealtors.com.

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Commercial Real Estate: Booming in the Beehive market

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Despite a prolonged period of economic uncertainty, Utah’s commercial real estate market continues to perform relatively well. The state’s quality of life, demographics and other favorable attributes continue to attract interest from a wide variety of companies. In recent years, notable developments in each commercial property type represent growing confidence in Salt Lake’s resilience and growth potential. OFFICE A developing tech corridor extending from the southern portion of Salt Lake County along I-15 to northern Utah County (a.k.a. “Silicon Slopes”) is drawing the attention of reputable tech fi rms and spurring demand for office space. Firms with a presence in the area include: eBay, Microsoft, Oracle and Twitter. Adobe in particular is making a significant investment – over $100 million on a newly completed 280,000 square foot office building, with two more buildings planned. In 2012, Salt Lake’s office market benefited from continued employment growth in office-using sectors. Overall, lease rates increased, absorption remained positive and vacancy remained around 15 percent. Looking forward, the office market is expected to continue performing well as new construction slows and demand remains steady. RETAIL Perhaps the most widely publicized development of 2012 was the completion of City Creek Center in downtown Salt Lake City. This privately funded development attracted major retailers new to Utah. Additionally, there has been significant “spillover” effect as new retailers expanded or opened their doors in the area surrounding the center. Decreasing unemployment, housing market improvement and increasing consumer spending have had a positive impact on retail properties. According to Salt Lake County, retail sales should grow by 8 percent in 2012. During that same time, retail vacancy decreased as lease rates increased, and new construction was healthy at an estimated 1.4 million square feet. As we move

forward, continued improvement in the metro area’s economy would support further improvement in the retail market. INDUSTRIAL New construction and preleasing is the big news in the industrial market. No less than 500,000 square feet of space has been under construction since January of 2011, peaking at 1.6 million square feet. At the end of 2012, over 2,000,000 square feet of new industrial space has been completed, with over half preleased. Additionally, lease activity for 2012 surpassed historical highs with over 4.5 million square feet leased. Salt Lake’s industrial market continues to boast one of the lowest availability rates in the country even with significant amounts of new construction. Meanwhile, achieved lease rates held steady. Looking ahead, new construction is expected to slow, but market demand should remain constant. CAPITAL MARKETS Both investors and lenders continue to demonstrate a strong appetite for commercial real estate in Utah. Lenders are aggressively fi nancing stabilized properties at historically low interest rates, which are expected to stay low over the coming year. Despite these attractive lending rates, many investors are purchasing real estate with 100 percent cash due to the relatively low return on liquid assets. OUTLOOK Utah’s prudent fiscal management allows the state to maintain a favorable environment for business; strategic planning and infrastructure investments will also accommodate and enable future growth. While challenges in the broader economy are causing uncertainty in the outlook, Utah’s commercial real estate market is still expected to outperform national averages during 2013. MORE INFO: Learn more about Utah’s commercial real estate at slchamber.com/search or utahrealtors.com.

University of Utah building courtesy of Governor’s Office of Economic Development; City Creek Center, Salt Lake City courtesy of City Creek Center; The Capitol and downtown Salt Lake City image by Eli Vega; Downtown Rising image by David Newkirk, courtesy of Downtown Alliance


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HOW TO FIND A STREET ADDRESS IN SALT LAKE It is easy to find a numbered address in the Salt Lake Valley because of its unique grid system. Major streets are laid out precisely according to the compass. All streets are numbered from a center point that surrounds Temple Square in downtown Salt Lake City. Each address has two coordinates--North/South and East/West. For example, The Salt Lake Chamber is located on the corner of 200 East and 400 South. This means that it is two blocks east of Temple Square and four blocks south. These coordinates are used throughout the entire Salt Lake Valley-regardless of what city. It serves as a model for other Utah communities.

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This system, once you understand it, will immediately give you an idea where any address is located. The Chambers exact address is 175 East 400 South. The second half, “400 South,” is the street name and the first half, “175 East,” is the specific point on the street. Even streets with names have a corresponding numbered equivalent--so if someone gives you a street with a name, you may wish to ask for the number as well. ‘Please note, however, that locals do not say “200 East 400 South,” but “2nd East 4th South.” Highway signs are not consistent either. You may find an exit that says “3800 West Exit” followed by one that says “56th West Exit.”

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West Temple, inside Marriott 111Grill** Melting Pot** 340 S. 22 Main Street UTA UTA Trax Trax Stations Stations Restaurants Restaurants Parking Parking Lots Lots 112 Bistro** Metro Bar** 540 West 200 South 124 P.F. Chang's China 174 West 300 South 65 Este Pizzeria* 156 East 200 South Nightlife Nightlife (21(21 & up) & up) Michelangelo’s on Main* 132 S.400 Main St. 125 Pallet Bistro**113 237 West South Parking Parking 66 Eva** 317 S. Main Street Lots Lots Nightlife Nightlife (21(21 & up) & up) Mo’s Neighborhood Bar Grill** S. West Temple 126 Peery Pub** 114 110 & West 300358 South 67 Everest Tibetan Restaurant* 123 E. 200 South 115 Murphy’s Bar & Grill** 160 S. Main Street 127 Pepper's Pita 14 West 300 South 68 Farr’s Fresh Café Creamery - opening soon 50 S. Main Street, City Creek Center 116 Naked Fish** 67 West 100 South 128 Pie Hole* 344 South State Street 69 Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse** 20 South 400 West, Gateway 117 Nauvoo Cafe 15 East South Temple 129 Pier 49 Pizza 118 238 S. Main Street 70 Gandolfo's New York Deli 158 S. Main Street New Yorker** 60 W. Market Street 71 Garden Restaurant 15 E. South Temple, 10th floor 130 Plum Alley** 119 111 East Nostalgia Coffee House* 248 300 EastSouth 100 South TEMPLE TEMPLE SQUARE SQUARE 131 Poplar Street Pub** 200 West 72 Gateway Food Court The Gateway 120 Olive Bistro* 57 West242 200South South Salt Salt Lake Lake Salt Lake LakeSQUARE TEMPLE TEMPLE SQUARE 121 Subs Olive Garden** 77 West 200 300 South 73 Salt Ginza* 209 West 200 South 132 Quizno's Classic 30 East South Tabernacle Tabernacle Temple Temple One Lounge | Nightclub** 180200 West 400 South Salt Salt Lake Lake Salt Lake Lake 133 Red Door** 122 57 West South 74 Salt Gracie's** 326 S. West Temple 1st 1st Avenue Avenue Joseph Joseph Smith Smith y 123 O’Shucks Bar & Grill** 22 East 100 South Tabernacle Tabernacle Temple Temple Memorial Memorial Bldg. 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Main Street400 West 151151 36 36 Street 139 Rose Establishment* 235 South Himalayan Kitchen* 350 Sate 96 96 150150 South200 South, inside Jade Market t CITY CITY CREEK CREEK 81 Hong Kong Tea House* 565 W. 200 South 140 Rosie's Deli 130 Plum Alley** 111 East 300 353 West CITY CITY CREEK CREEK Social Social Hall Hall 96 96 46 46 131 Poplar Street Pub** 242 South 200 West CENTER CENTER way 150150 CENTER CENTER 141 Roula's Café 405 South Main St. 82 Hotel 163 Bar 155 West 200 South Museum Museum CITY CITY CREEK CREEK 163& Nightclub** CITY CITY CREEK CREEK Social Social Hall Hall 132 Quizno’s Classic Subs 30 East 300 South 46 46 CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER 83 Iggy's163 Sports Grill** 423 West 300 South 142 Royal Eatery 379 S. Main Street Museum Museum St. St. Marks Marks 163 133 Red Door** 57 West 200 South 64 64 42 42 Episcopal Episcopal Harmons Harmons 143 Rumbi Island Grill 171 S. 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Main Street 23 23 14 14 139 Rose Establishment* 20 235 South 400 West 89 Jimmy John's 14 East 300 South 148 Siegfried's Deli* West 200 South 113 23 23 16 16 14113 14 140 Rosie’s Deli 353 West 200 South, inside Jade Market 11 11 90 Johnny's on Second** 165 East 200 South 149 Simply Sushi * 200 West 400 South 18 18 16 113113 141 Roula’s Café 405 South Main St. 16 70 70 Capitol Capitol 11 11 91 Judge Café & Grill** 8 East 300 South 150 Sixth and Pine Inside Nordstrom, City Creek Center l l 102102 142 Royal Eatery 379 S. Main Street 18 18 Theater Theater 115 Theatre Theatre 70115 70 Judicial Corner 350 S. Main courthouse Capitol 151 Skool Lunch 143 Rumbi Island Grill 171136 East South Temple 67 67 Street, 90 21 21 35 35 l Capitol l 92 8 890inside 148 148 S. Rio Grande, Gateway 102102 ay Theater Theater 115 115 Theatre Theatre 93 Juicy Berry 191 S. 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Main Street, City Creek Center 155 Star of India** East 400 South 100100 95 Bakery & CaféPLAZA 95129 PLAZA 48 129 Methodist Methodist Church Church 48 153153 148 Siegfried’s Deli* 20 West 200 South GALLIVAN GALLIVAN 97 Krewson’s Sunrise Café/Sunset Bar** 206 S. West Temple, inside Shilo Inn 156 Starbucks Coffee 9 S. Rio Grande, Gateway 51 51 95 95 PLAZA PLAZA 170 170 Broadway Broadway 149 Simply Sushi * 200 West 400 South 7 76 7 76 153153 98 Kristauf's 16 W. Market Street 157 Starbucks Coffee 75 S. West Temple, inside Marriott 44 Martini Bar** 44 Center Center 51 51 150 Sixth and Pine Inside Nordstrom, City Creek Center Gallivan Gallivan Avenue 170170 Broadway Broadway 7 Avenue 7 76 76 Cinemas Cinemas 99 Kwan’s Restaurant 139 E. South Temple 158 Starbucks Coffee - opening soon S. Main 44Chinese 44 178178 151 Skool Lunch 136 East95 South Temple Center Center Gallivan Gallivan Avenue Avenue 144144 13 9 9 47 47127127 2455 55 24S. 130130 162162 100 La13Bella Piastra ** 220 State Street, inside Marriott 12 12 159 Stoneground** 249 South East 400 South Cinemas Cinemas 62 62 178 152 Smile Café 175 East 400 178 101 La13Jolla - opening soon The24Gateway 144144 160 Subway 100255 South 13 9 Groves** 9 47 47127127 153 Spencer’s For Steaks18 & West Chops** S. West Temple, inside Hilton 2455 55 130130 162162 300 300 South South 62 62 12 12 r 154 Squatters Pub Brewery** WestStreet 300 South 102 Lamb's Grill Café** 169 S. Main Street 161 Takashi* 18 W.147 Market 137137 91 91 89 89 167167 132132 94 94 135135 300 300 South South 155 Club** Star of India** 55 East 400 South 103 Lion House Pantry 63 E. 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Market30 Street 110 Federal Federal 152 152 South 27 27 31 31 40 40 159159 15515586 86 75 75 400 400 South 142142 Tavernacle Social Club** 201 East(lobby) 300 South 109 Martine** 22 East 100 South 168 Toasters Deli 162 215 S. State Courthouse Courthouse 141 141 163 Texas de Brazil** 51 S.102 Main, City600 Creek Center 400 400 South South79 79 110 Maxwell's East Coast Eatery** 345 S. Main St. 145145 169 Trapp** South West m 164 Thaifoon: Taste of Asia** 7 North 400 West, Gateway CITY CITY 111 Melting Pot**141141 340 S. Main Street 170 Trofi Restaurant** 255 S. West Temple, inside Hilton 79 79 145145 Salt Salt Lake Lake City City 165 Tin Angel** 365 West 400 South LIBRARY LIBRARY Matheson Matheson 112 Metro Bar** 540 County West 200 South 171 Tucano's Brazillian Grill** 162 South 400 West, Gateway CITY CITY County Bldg Bldg 166 Toaster’s Deli 151 West 200 South Salt Salt Lake Lake City City State State LIBRARY LIBRARY172 Vosen’s Bread Paradise 113 Michelangelo's on Main*Matheson 132 S. Main St. 174174 249 West 200 South Matheson County County Bldg Bldg 167 Toaster’s Deli* 30 East 300 South Courthouse Courthouse State State 114 Mo's Neighborhood Bar & Grill** 358 S. West Temple 173 W Lounge** 168 Toasters Deli 215 S. State 358 S. West Temple 174174 (lobby) Courthouse Courthouse Washington Washington Leonardo Leonardo 115 Murphy's Bar & Grill** 160 S. Main Street 174 atat Washington Square Café 451 South State Street #125 169 Trapp** 102 South 600 West Square Square Library Library Square Square Washington way Leonardo Leonardo 116 Naked Fish** 67 Washington West 100 South 175 atat Wasted Space170 Bar**Trofi Restaurant** 255 342 State Street S. South West Temple, inside Hilton Square Square Library Library Square Square hotel Tucano’s Brazillian Grill** SouthGateway 400 West, Gateway 117 Nauvoo Cafe 15 East South Temple 176 Wing Nutz* 171 S. Rio162 Grande, 172 Vosen’s West 200 South 118 New Yorker** 60 W. 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Salt Lake City:

Experience a downtown on the rise Utah’s urban center is in the middle of a dynamic change that goes beyond a growing skyline. Fueled by development in the heart of the city, new office towers, condos, apartments, restaurants, galleries and boutiques are opening across town. More than 60 new storefront businesses have opened downtown in the past two years, and downtown hosts the most vibrant and diverse dining and nightlife options in the region. City Creek Center, one of the nation’s largest mixeduse urban developments, opened last year in the middle of downtown. The center includes hundreds of new urban residences, high-end retail shopping including Tiffany & Co., Michael Kors and a flagship Nordstrom. A retractable glass roof, sky bridge and running creek complement this world-class shopping destination. Anchoring the west side of downtown is The Gateway, an open-air shopping and entertainment hot spot with gorgeous fountains that dance every hour during the summer. In addition to local and national retailers, The Gateway is home to the Clark Planetarium, Olympic Legacy Plaza and Discovery Gateway – Utah’s Children’s Museum. As Utah’s fi nancial hub, downtown is the home to many of Utah’s most prominent corporate headquarters from the medical, banking, legal and advertising industries. Salt Lake City’s two daily newspapers and leading TV stations are also based downtown, along with alternative publications and radio stations. The Utah Jazz, our NBA franchise, plays at

Downtown Salt Lake City and Salt Lake Valley

the downtown EnergySolutions Arena, which also hosts concerts and performance events. For easy access, a TRAX free fare zone links downtown with complimentary light rail service. Since Utah’s founding, downtown has been the site of Utah’s best cultural offerings. The Utah Symphony | Utah Opera and Ballet West all perform in downtown venues, along with multiple modern dance and theater troupes. Downtown is also the home of many community events, including the Utah Arts Festival, EVE – a three-day-long New Year’s Eve celebration, the Days of ’47 Rodeo, St. Patrick’s Day Parade, the Utah Pride Festival, weekly Farmers Market and Twilight Concert Series, which attracts as many as 55,000 people on summer nights in Pioneer Park. Downtown’s unique neighborhoods make great relocation choices for young and old urbanites. At the doorstep of Utah’s best restaurants, shopping and entertainment offerings, and within minutes of the Salt Lake City International Airport, thousands of Utahns live in lofts, condominiums, townhomes and apartments. Easy access to green spaces like Pioneer Park, Memory Grove and Gallivan Plaza create a comfortable and enviable lifestyle in this clean, safe and beautiful city on the rise. MORE INFO: Find out why so many Utahns, especially those who live downtown, call Salt Lake City home by visiting downtownrising.com.


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Nightlife:

Music, dancing and spirits The city is alive at night with an array of nightlife options and yearly events that make Salt Lake City an exciting place to be.

West whiskey, Five Wives Vodka, Epic Brewery and Squatters are giving Utah a flavor of its own.

Whether it’s always-on concert venues like The Depot or In The Venue, to mega-seat spectacles at EnergySolutions Arena or USANA Amphitheater, Salt Lake City has the capacity to attract great bands from all over the world. Even events like the Twilight Concert Series have turned the city into a switchboard for up-and-coming talent. Deer Valley has also recieved attention as one of the best outdoor concert venues in the West.

Various downtown activities like Utah Jazz games, Vans Warped Tour, monthly Gallery Strolls, Abravanel Hall and Temple Square concerts and events mean the nightlife scene is always bubbling with excitement.

Our bars and nightclubs aren’t far behind either. Great bars and nightclubs like Dick ‘n Dixie’s, The Red Door, Gracie’s and Bar X have redefi ned Salt Lake City’s nightlife; and our own homemade beer and spirits like High

The various music venues, locally brewed spirits and art that call Salt Lake City home have helped create an eclectic and cultured beacon in the Rockies.

MORE INFO: Discover the best pubs, dance clubs, theaters and other interesting things to do and places to go downtown at nowsaltlake.com. Hotel Monaco image by David Newkirk


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PLAY Trolley Square of fers a multitude of shops and eateries in a unique historic setting. Bring the family for dinner, meet your friends to shop, sit by the fire, and explore our indoor and outdoor cour tyards. We are open Sundays, with plenty of free parking ever y day!

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Shopping:

From grandiose to local and unique, there’s something for everyone From the open-air attitude of The Gateway, the burgeoning galleries and shops along the Broadway District and Main Street, to the newly opened City Creek Center, downtown Salt Lake City offers a wide range of places to pick, pose, peruse and purchase whatever you’re looking for. And it’s only getting better. Each year new national and international brands are opening stores in Utah. Exciting destination retail attractions such as Tiffany & Co., Porsche Design, LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics, H&M, West Elm and Swarovski have recently opened stores here. If you’re looking for something off the beaten path, perhaps try venturing south to Sugar House and smaller districts like 9th & 9th and 15th & 15th that are home to great one-of-a-kind boutiques.

Other shopping centers along the Wasatch Front have also welcomed national brands and retailers in recent years, including Ikea, Scheels, Cabela’s, Crate & Barrel and Le Creuset. Whether you’re in Farmington at Station Park for a movie and dinner, seek the thrill of fi nding a great deal at the Tanger Outlets in Park City or the Traverse Mountain Outlets in Lehi, or enjoy the good old fashioned mall experience at South Towne Center or Fashion Place, Utah has become a top notch place for retail therapy. MORE INFO: Salt Lake City’s Downtown Alliance represents more than 2,500 business and property owners. Visit downtownslc.org.

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Education:

Fostering a commitment to learning It makes sense that the youngest state in the nation (Utah’s median age is 29, the lowest in the U.S.) is also one that values education the most. Our students are more prepared than most of their counterparts across the country thanks to hard working teachers and efficient districts. Nearly 28,000 high school students in Utah were concurrently enrolled in both high school and college classes in 2009, the last year that data was available. That’s roughly one-in-four Utah students earning college credit while still enrolled in high school. That figure may be a testament to Utah’s students and their tenacity to enter the global workforce more prepared than ever, but it’s also a credit to the teachers in Utah that make quality education possible. Nearly 20 percent of Utah educators have more than 20 years of experience teaching, and nearly two-thirds of Utah teachers have six years or more in the classroom. That’s led to Utah’s high graduation rate (88 percent of all students) and high proficiency rate for third-grade reading (80 percent scored proficient, a three percent increase over four years). Utah’s public school students consistently rank higher than their national counterparts on nationwide testing, underscoring our statewide commitment to education. Of course, education doesn’t stop after high school. Salt Lake City, and the surrounding area, is home to several outstanding colleges and universities such as the University of Utah, Brigham Young University, Utah State University, Weber State University, Westminster College and Utah Valley University. Southern Utah University is in Cedar City, about three hours away from Salt Lake City, and Dixie State College is in St. George, about four hours away. MORE INFO: Learn about programs the state is using to promote education in schools and other learning environments. Check out schools.utah.gov.

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Prosperity 2020:

Carving the path to enduring prosperity through education The Salt Lake Chamber joins chambers of commerce and business associations throughout Utah in the Prosperity 2020 (P2020) movement to improve the Utah economy by strengthening education. We commit our best efforts to improve innovation, accountability, efficiency and investment in Utah’s education system. For the past three years, Prosperity 2020 has worked with the Governor’s Educational Excellence Commission, our partners in the Legislature and education leadership to create a plan to build the strongest economy in the nation through purposeful innovation and investment in education. The plan has now been approved by the governor, Utah State Office of Education, Utah College of Applied Technology, Utah System of Higher Education and the Prosperity 2020 Founders’ Council. Legislative approval will be a major focus in the coming year. “We now have a bold, innovative and business-minded plan for education that brings together education experts, state policy

makers and the business community,” said P2020 chair Mark Bouchard (senior managing director of CBRE). “The plan includes clear goals, essential metrics, targeted strategies and the required investment to build the strongest economy in the nation.” Prosperity 2020 Goals • 90% – 90 percent of third, sixth and eighth graders will be proficient in reading and mathematics. Currently, approximately 80 percent meet this goal. • 66% – 66 percent of Utah adults will have postsecondary certificates or degrees. Currently, 43 percent meet this goal. • STEM Top 10 – The Greater Salt Lake Area will rank in the Top 10 metropolitan areas for science and technology jobs and businesses. Currently, we rank in the top 30.

MORE INFO: To learn more visit prosperity2020.com.

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Population 55,189 Median Age 29.9 Average Household Size 3.52 Median Household Income $84,682 Per Capita Income $27,627 Over 10 million sq. ft. Commercial Construction Since 1990 Most Annual Residential Dwelling Units Permits in Utah Since 2005 Target Industries: Business & Financial Services; Bio & Life Sciences; Software Development;, IT & Data Storage; Research & other High Tech Areas; and Food Manufacturing. Recent National Accolades: 10 Most Notable High-Growth CitiesGadberry Group Top Places To Live—Money Magazine

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What exactly will an educated, well-trained workforce do for Utah’s economic environment?

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• The SLCC Women’s Business Institute provides business owners substantial support and guidance to promote success. • SLCC’s Professional Development programs offer crucial resources and mentoring for Utah’s small businesses. • Our Department of Economic Development and Business Partnerships provides customized training for Utah manufacturers and businesses. • The Goldman Sachs Foundation program “10,000 Small Businesses” will boost more than 400 local businesses. • SLCC has three campuses that are dedicated to industry partnerships, workforce and economic development. Training, education, and support. That’s how SLCC helps Utah’s workforce and economic development stay “a step ahead.”

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QA &

Q: A:

What is Prosperity 2020?

The largest business-led movement to enhance education in state history. Seventeen chambers of commerce and industry associations from throughout the state support Prosperity 2020 and more organizations sign on every year.

Q: A:

Why is Prosperity 2020 important?

In a globally competitive, information-based economy, education is the path to enduring prosperity. The jobs of the 21st Century will flow to centers of knowledge and innovation. Prosperity 2020 seeks to enhance Utah’s competitive advantage in the area of educational excellence.

Q: A:

Why are business leaders concerned?

In recent years, many Utah companies have found it difficult to hire the skilled workers they need, particularly in the science and technology occupations. A closer look reveals Utah students perform below peer states on national tests and Utah young adults attain less education than their parents’ generation. Importantly, Utah’s population is becoming much more racially and ethnically diverse, which creates cultural and language barriers for learning. The combination of skilled labor shortages, disappointing educational outcomes and rapid growth in racial/ethnic populations has motivated Utah business leaders to step up and help enhance education in Utah.

Q: A:

Why focus on 66 percent?

A seminal study conducted at Georgetown University projected that by 2018, 66 percent of the jobs in Utah will require postsecondary education. To fulfill this economic potential as a state we must increase degrees and certificates awarded each year by four percent. Success begins early. Utah business leaders desire to have 90 percent of third, sixth and eighth graders proficient in reading and math by 2020.

Q: A: Q: A:

What are Utah businesses doing to help achieve the 66 percent goal?

Business leaders launched the Prosperity 2020 Business Promise to deploy 20,200 volunteers in Utah classrooms with the goal of helping children learn reading, math and other critical skills.

Who leads Prosperity 2020?

A Business Executive Leadership Council comprised of leading Utah companies and small businesses direct the movement (see the list on the opposing page). The Salt Lake Chamber serves as the backbone organization.

To learn more, visit Prosperity2020.com


By 2020, two-thirds of Utah jobs will require postsecondary education. Prosperity2020.com


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Health Care:

Utah among the healthiest in the nation The health care business means big business and Utah has become the epicenter for innovative and quality care. Anchored, in part, by the University of Utah’s health care complex in Salt Lake City and the Intermountain Medical Center in Murray, the rest of the valley has turned into a hub of medicine-related industry. From pediatrics to plastic surgery, Utahns are among the most health aware in the country. In fact, according to research from the American Public Health Association and the Partnership for Prevention, Utah is the seventh healthiest state in the nation. This is because of the lower prevalence of smoking, binge drinking and obesity than other states. It also accounts for the low rate of preventable hospitalizations and lower rate of cancer deaths. That might be because Utah has more outdoor activity options than other states, which keep our residents healthy and happy. But when things go awry, Utah has plenty of options. Intermountain Healthcare has been nationally recognized for clinical quality improvement and excellent patient care. With 22 hospitals and 185 clinics throughout Utah, it is also one of the most accessible health care providers in Utah.

healthcare services. Recently designated as a Level III Trauma Care Center, this hospital has been nationally recognized for achieving favorable patient outcomes for cardiac surgery, pulmonary care, spinal surgery and women’s services. Thanks to a large number of children in the state it’s no surprise that Utah also excels in pediatric care. Primary Children’s Medical Center in Salt Lake City is a nationally renowned hospital and ranked sixth in the nation in 2011 for neurology and neurosurgery by the U.S News & World Report. Shriners Hospital for Children offers specialized pediatric orthopaedic care to children from Utah and surrounding states. All services at the non-profit, child-friendly hospital are provided regardless of ability to pay. MORE INFO: Health institutions in Utah continuously earn high marks for quality care. Learn more about the state’s health care services at health.utah.gov.

The University of Utah and its affi liated school of medicine are also well known for patient care and treatment options. University of Utah Health Care is an integrated system comprised of four hospitals (University Hospital, Huntsman Cancer Hospital, University Orthopedic Center and University Neuropsychiatric Institute), 10 community health centers and 80 clinical and research centers, including the John A. Moran Eye Center. St. Mark’s Hospital was the fi rst in Utah in 1872 and remains at the forefront today. As part of a larger group of MountainStar facilities located all along the Wasatch Front, St. Mark’s excels in delivering a comprehensive range of

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Demonstrated Excellence in Healthcare Quality The Improving Care Through Collaboration and Connectivity (IC3) Beacon project in Utah has improved care for patients with Diabetes Type II across our community, and is a model for the rest of the country. HealthInsight, a private, non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to improving health and health care would like to acknowledge and thank the participating primary care clinics that achieved measurable improvements in patient care and outcomes in Salt Lake, Tooele and Summit Counties through the use of evidence-based care models and health information technology. Advanced Practice Medical Clinic, Tooele

Holladay Family Practice, SLC

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SLC, Summit, & Tooele J Randall Young, DPM, SLC Jordan Family Health, SLC Jordan Meadows Medical Center, West Jordan, SLC Jordan Ridge Family Medicine, SLC

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University of Utah Community Clinics, SLC, Summit, Tooele

Foothill Family Clinic , SLC

Wasatch Homeless Health Care - 4th Street Clinic, SLC

Granger Medical Clinic, SLC

Wasatch Internal Medicine PC, SLC

Health Clinics Of Utah, SLC

West Valley Family & Preventive Medicine, SLC

Health First Family Medicine, SLC

For detailed information on the services, hours, and convenient locations of the participating IC3 Beacon clinics, go to www.utahhealthscape.org.


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Transportation:

Getting around Utah For most of its history, Utah has been an important stop on the trail for travelers, earning the title of the “Crossroads of the West.” The transcontinental railroad, Pony Express, stagecoach and Lincoln Highway all crossed through the Salt Lake area in their time. Today the region benefits from the intersection of two major interstate freeways (Interstate 80 and Interstate 15), a major railroad hub and an international airport. Utah is also seeing major changes in commuter transportation. Infrastructure has been a big deal for the Salt Lake Chamber, as it is a crucial piece of a prosperous economy. Because of the state’s commitment to transportation, major improvements are moving forward on Utah’s highway and transit systems. Highspeed commuter rails are expanding from northern Utah to Provo, and the TRAX light rail system is extending its reach by heading further west and even connecting the Salt Lake International Airport with downtown Salt Lake City. Both light rail and commuter rail will feed into Salt Lake Central Station, just west of Salt Lake City near The Gateway shopping center. Salt Lake Central Station will serve as the junction for bus, train, light rail and commuter rail traffic. With the completion of the I-15 Core Project at the end of 2012, more highway improvements are underway. MASS TRANSIT Today, more Utahns than ever are using public transit to get to work, school, special events and other daily activities, with more

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than 42 million trips taken annually on the 1,600-square-mile service area that Utah Transit Authority (UTA) covers. The success of the light rail has largely fueled the record-breaking ridership levels in recent years. UTA provides public transit to about 80 percent of Utah’s population along the Wasatch Front and beyond. Services provided by UTA include TRAX light rail in Salt Lake County, an inter-county fi xed-route bus system; the Flextrans paratransit operation, which provides curb-tocurb transportation for riders with disabilities; the Rideshare program that encourages and offers carpooling; and also service to local ski areas during the winter. Utah’s public transportation system now includes a highspeed commuter rail that stretches from the northern Utah community of Brigham City to Utah County. Dubbed “FrontRunner,” the commuter rail system connects into the existing TRAX system at Salt Lake Central Station to seamlessly connect Ogden to Provo. As the state’s fi rst commuter rail system, the FrontRunner offers an efficient and reliable transportation service, with trains reaching speeds up to 79 miles per hour. Light rail, commuter rail and bus service are considered part of a balanced transportation approach to address problems associated with growth and traffic congestion along the Wasatch Front.


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AIR TRAVEL The Salt Lake City International Airport is within twoand-a-half hours from most of the state’s population. The airport— situated just west of Salt Lake City and about 10 minutes from downtown—served about 20 million passengers in 2011 and ranks as the 26th busiest airport in the nation. Salt Lake City International also has a strong record of having on-time flights. With these accolades comes proof of Utah’s continued expansion into the world stage: Delta Airlines, whose second largest hub is in Utah, now offers non-stop flights to Paris, France. These direct flights are a boon for tourists and business travelers alike, as they connect Utah directly to not just Paris, but several European destinations with minimal stops. Nearly 700 scheduled daily flights are operated each day by eight major airlines to about 100 nonstop destinations. INTERSTATE HIGHWAYS Utah’s transportation infrastructure includes 45,617 miles of federal, state, and local highways and roads. Interstate 80 (east to New York City/west to San Francisco), Interstate 15 (north to Canada/south to Mexico), and Interstate 70 (east to Denver) are vital to the efficient movement of goods and materials throughout the region. Both I-80 and I-15 converge in Salt Lake, allowing convenient access to the Wasatch Front and points beyond. The I-215 belt route offers expanded access along the eastern and western perimeters of the valley. RAILWAYS Amtrak provides daily passenger service on the California Zephyr to and from points throughout the United States. Amtrak trains arrive at and depart from Salt Lake Central Station intermodal hub. The fi rst phase of the station opened in July 2005 and accommodates passengers transferring among local bus service, automobile, bicycle, Amtrak and Greyhound. A light rail connection between Ogden, Salt Lake City and Provo recently wrapped up construction. Dubbed FrontRunner, it is now available to the public, and is an excellent addition to the valley’s public transit scene. THE FUTURE With the expansion of the Salt Lake Valley and its steady population growth, transportation is becoming ever more important. Public transportation will play a critical role in keeping commute times short, while roadway expansions and additions will give new routes to limit congestion. In the spring, the GREENbike (the SLC Bike Share program) will be in full force with 100 bikes and 10 stations around Salt Lake City for people use for short trips for just a small fee--both economical and environment friendly. The Salt Lake Chamber’s Transportation Committee continues to advocate for adequate funding of transportation initiatives. While the Utah Legislature has done much already to increase funding, much more needs to be done to maintain and even improve our transportation infrastructure. To keep things growing, we must keep things flowing.

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UTA’S SERVICES INCLUDE: • FrontRunner commuter rail, from Provo to Ogden (Salt Lake City to Provo opened December 2012) • An airport TRAX light rail connection from downtown to the Salt Lake International Airport is scheduled to open in April 2013. • A TRAX extension to Draper is under construction with a projected opening of August 2013. • A new streetcar line connecting TRAX light rail to the Sugar House neighborhood will open in December 2013. • An inter-county fi xed route bus system. • Paratransit curb-to-curb transportation service to riders with disabilities. • A comprehensive Rideshare program with vanpools and a carpool matching service.

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ɠÞĜĜ Es ÇźĂŒs Ĺ¸Ĺ˜ÄśÉ´ ÇŁČ–Ç‹ÂśsÇ‹É´ rÉ´sǢȖNjœ Ÿ¯ Č•ÇźĂŒĘ° É ĂŒsÇ‹s OǟNjOǟʰ Ă?Nľʰ Ĺ˜_ OĹ¸Ç‹Ĺ˜s ǟNjĹ˜ÇŁĆźÄśĹ˜Çź ÇŁČ–Ç‹ÂśsÇ‹ĂžsÇŁ Ç‹s ĆźsNj¯ŸNjŎs_Ę° ɠÞĜĜ Es ÇźĂŒs Ĺ¸Ĺ˜ÄśÉ´ ÇŁČ–Ç‹ÂśsÇ‹É´ Michael J. 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Rivera, MD OsĹ˜ÇźsÇ‹ĂžĹ˜ÇźĂŒsɠŸNjĜ_ǟŸÂŻsǟȖNjsǟɠŸOȖǣǟŸŎĜǣsÇ‹OǟNjOǟǣɴǣǟsŎǣʲÇźĂŒsšƟǟÞŎs_ĂžONÇźĜɴǣ˗Ĺ˜_ÇźĂŒsÄśOĹ¸Ĺ˜ÄľsĹ˜Ç˘ÉŽË—Ęł OsĹ˜ÇźsÇ‹ĂžĹ˜ÇźĂŒsɠŸNjĜ_ǟŸÂŻsǟȖNjsǟɠŸOȖǣǟŸŎĜǣsÇ‹OǟNjOǟǣɴǣǟsŎǣʲÇźĂŒsšƟǟÞŎs_ĂžONÇźĜɴǣ˗Ĺ˜_ÇźĂŒsÄśOĹ¸Ĺ˜ÄľsĹ˜Ç˘ÉŽË—Ęł ÇťĂŒs ĜǣsÇ‹ ǣȖÞǟsĘ° É ĂŒsÇ‹s ÄľǢĂ?ħ Ĺ˜_ ƝNJħ ƟNjŸOs_Č–Ç‹sÇŁ ÇźĨs ƟĜOsĘ° ɠÞĜĜ OĹ¸Ĺ˜ÇźĂžĹ˜Č–s ǟŸ Ÿ¯¯sÇ‹ OȖǣǟŸŎ É ÉšsÂŻÇ‹Ĺ¸Ĺ˜ÇźËš ÇťĂŒs ĜǣsÇ‹ ǣȖÞǟsĘ° É ĂŒsÇ‹s ÄľǢĂ?ħ Ĺ˜_ ƝNJħ ƟNjŸOs_Č–Ç‹sÇŁ ÇźĨs ƟĜOsĘ° ɠÞĜĜ OĹ¸Ĺ˜ÇźĂžĹ˜Č–s ǟŸ Ÿ¯¯sÇ‹ ŎŸNjs OȖǣǟŸŎ É ÉšsÂŻÇ‹Ĺ¸Ĺ˜ÇźËš ÇťĂŒs ĜǣsÇ‹ ǣȖÞǟsĘ° É ĂŒsÇ‹s ÄľǢĂ?ħ Ĺ˜_ ƝNJħ ƟNjŸOs_Č–Ç‹sÇŁ ÇźĨs ƟĜOsĘ° ɠÞĜĜ OĹ¸Ĺ˜ÇźĂžĹ˜Č–s ǟŸ Ÿ¯¯sÇ‹ ŎŸNjs É ÉšsÂŻÇ‹Ĺ¸Ĺ˜ÇźËš Michael J. Bradley, MD Dr. Phillip C. Hoopes, MD Phillip C. Hoopes, Jr., MD Robert P. Rivera, MD ʉsÞǣǣĹ?rľ˚˧Ë&#x;Ë—Ę°Ĺ˜_Ă?Ĺ˜ÇźÇ‹ÄśÇŁsË—ގǢĜǣsÇ‹ÇŁĘłÇťĂŒsOÄśĂžĹ˜ĂžOÇ‹sŸ¯ÇźĂŒsĹ˜sÉ ÂŻOÞĜÞǟɴɠÞĜĜEsœNjsǟĜɴsÉŽĆźĹ˜_s_Ę°É ĂžÇźĂŒŎŸNjs OsĹ˜ÇźsÇ‹ĂžĹ˜ÇźĂŒsɠŸNjĜ_ǟŸÂŻsǟȖNjsǟɠŸOȖǣǟŸŎĜǣsÇ‹OǟNjOǟǣɴǣǟsŎǣʲÇźĂŒsšƟǟÞŎs_ĂžONÇźĜɴǣ˗Ĺ˜_ÇźĂŒsÄśOĹ¸Ĺ˜ÄľsĹ˜Ç˘ÉŽË—Ęł ŸƟǟÞŎÞʊs_Ă?Ĺ˜ÇźÇ‹ÄľǢĂ?ħĜǣsÇ‹ÇźsOĂŒĹ˜Ĺ¸ÄśĹ¸ÂśÉ´ÇźĂŒĹ˜Ĺ˜É´Ĺ¸ÇźĂŒsÇ‹ÂŻOÞĜÞǟɴĂžĹ˜Č•ÇźĂŒĘ°ĂžĹ˜OĜȖ_ĂžĹ˜ÂśÇźĂŒsÉ&#x;ÉšsÄśĂžÂśĂŒÇźĜĜsœNjsǟǟŸrÉ´s˚dž˗ʰ ŸƟǟÞŎÞʊs_Ă?Ĺ˜ÇźÇ‹ÄľǢĂ?ħĜǣsÇ‹ÇźsOĂŒĹ˜Ĺ¸ÄśĹ¸ÂśÉ´ÇźĂŒĹ˜Ĺ˜É´Ĺ¸ÇźĂŒsÇ‹ÂŻOÞĜÞǟɴĂžĹ˜Č•ÇźĂŒĘ°ĂžĹ˜OĜȖ_ĂžĹ˜ÂśÇźĂŒsÉ&#x;ÉšsÄśĂžÂśĂŒÇźĜĜsœNjsǟǟŸrÉ´s˚dž˗ʰ Michael J.É ĂŒsÇ‹s Bradley, MD Ĺ˜_ Dr. Phillip C. Hoopes, MD Phillip C. Hoopes, Jr., MD Robert P. Rivera, ĜǣsÇ‹ ǣȖÞǟsĘ° ÄľǢĂ?ħ Ĺ˜_ ƝNJħ ƟNjŸOs_Č–Ç‹sÇŁ ɠÞĜĜ OĹ¸Ĺ˜ÇźĂžĹ˜Č–s ǟŸ Ÿ¯¯sÇ‹ ŎŸNjs OȖǣǟŸŎ Michael J. É ĂŒsÇ‹s Bradley, MD Dr.ƝNJħ Phillip C. Hoopes, MDÇźĨs Phillip C.OĹ¸Ĺ˜ÇźĂžĹ˜Č–s Hoopes, Jr., MD Robert P. 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É ÉšsÂŻÇ‹Ĺ¸Ĺ˜ÇźËš Rivera, MD ÇťĂŒs ĜǣsÇ‹Michael ǣȖÞǟsĘ°J.É ĂŒsÇ‹s ÄľǢĂ?ħ Ĺ˜_ Dr. ƝNJħ ƟNjŸOs_Č–Ç‹sÇŁ ÇźĨs ƟĜOsĘ° ɠÞĜĜ OĹ¸Ĺ˜ÇźĂžĹ˜Č–s ŎŸNjs OȖǣǟŸŎ ÇźĂŒĹ˜ǟɠÞOsÇŁĹŽĹ˜É´sÉŽĹŽNjŸŸŎǣÇŁŸȖNjƟNjsɚÞsŸȖǣÂŻOÞĜÞǟɴʰĹ˜_Ĺ˜ÞŎƟNjŸɚs_ÄśɴŸȖǟ˛Ĝs_ĂžĹ˜ÂśǟŸÇŁĂŒĹ¸Ç‹ÇźsÇ‹É ÞǟǟÞŎsÇŁ ʉsÞǣǣĹ?rľ˚˧Ë&#x;Ë—Ę°Ĺ˜_Ă?Ĺ˜ÇźÇ‹ÄśÇŁsË—ގǢĜǣsÇ‹ÇŁĘłÇťĂŒsOÄśĂžĹ˜ĂžOÇ‹sŸ¯ÇźĂŒsĹ˜sÉ ÂŻOÞĜÞǟɴɠÞĜĜEsœNjsǟĜɴsÉŽĆźĹ˜_s_Ę°É ĂžÇźĂŒŎŸNjs ʉsÞǣǣĹ?rľ˚˧Ë&#x;Ë—Ę°Ĺ˜_Ă?Ĺ˜ÇźÇ‹ÄśÇŁsË—ގǢĜǣsÇ‹ÇŁĘłÇťĂŒsOÄśĂžĹ˜ĂžOÇ‹sŸ¯ÇźĂŒsĹ˜sÉ ÂŻOÞĜÞǟɴɠÞĜĜEsœNjsǟĜɴsÉŽĆźĹ˜_s_Ę°É ĂžÇźĂŒŎŸNjs ŸƟǟÞŎÞʊs_Ă?Ĺ˜ÇźÇ‹ÄľǢĂ?ħĜǣsÇ‹ÇźsOĂŒĹ˜Ĺ¸ÄśĹ¸ÂśÉ´ÇźĂŒĹ˜Ĺ˜É´Ĺ¸ÇźĂŒsÇ‹ÂŻOÞĜÞǟɴĂžĹ˜Č•ÇźĂŒĘ°ĂžĹ˜OĜȖ_ĂžĹ˜ÂśÇźĂŒsÉ&#x;ÉšsÄśĂžÂśĂŒÇźĜĜsœNjsǟǟŸrÉ´s˚dž˗ʰ Michael J. Bradley, MDare Dr. Phillip Hoopes, MD best Phillip C. Hoopes, Jr., MD Robert P.suite Rivera, ŸƟǟÞŎÞʊs_Ă?Ĺ˜ÇźÇ‹ÄľǢĂ?ħĜǣsÇ‹ÇźsOĂŒĹ˜Ĺ¸ÄśĹ¸ÂśÉ´ÇźĂŒĹ˜Ĺ˜É´Ĺ¸ÇźĂŒsÇ‹ÂŻOÞĜÞǟɴĂžĹ˜Č•ÇźĂŒĘ°ĂžĹ˜OĜȖ_ĂžĹ˜ÂśÇźĂŒsÉ&#x;ÉšsÄśĂžÂśĂŒÇźĜĜsœNjsǟǟŸrÉ´s˚dž˗ʰ At Hoopes Vision, our surgeons committed toC.using safest technology available. LASIK suite is the most technologically At Hoopes Vision, our surgeons are committed to using thethe best andand safest technology available. OurOur LASIK isMD the most technologically ʉsÞǣǣĹ?rľ˚˧Ë&#x;Ë—Ę°Ĺ˜_Ă?Ĺ˜ÇźÇ‹ÄśÇŁsË—ގǢĜǣsÇ‹ÇŁĘłÇťĂŒsOÄśĂžĹ˜ĂžOÇ‹sŸ¯ÇźĂŒsĹ˜sÉ ÂŻOÞĜÞǟɴɠÞĜĜEsœNjsǟĜɴsÉŽĆźĹ˜_s_Ę°É ĂžÇźĂŒŎŸNjs ʉsÞǣǣĹ?rľ˚˧Ë&#x;Ë—Ę°Ĺ˜_Ă?Ĺ˜ÇźÇ‹ÄśÇŁsË—ގǢĜǣsÇ‹ÇŁĘłÇťĂŒsOÄśĂžĹ˜ĂžOÇ‹sŸ¯ÇźĂŒsĹ˜sÉ ÂŻOÞĜÞǟɴɠÞĜĜEsœNjsǟĜɴsÉŽĆźĹ˜_s_Ę°É ĂžÇźĂŒŎŸNjs ʉsÞǣǣĹ?rľ˚˧Ë&#x;Ë—Ę°Ĺ˜_Ă?Ĺ˜ÇźÇ‹ÄśÇŁsË—ގǢĜǣsÇ‹ÇŁĘłÇťĂŒsOÄśĂžĹ˜ĂžOÇ‹sŸ¯ÇźĂŒsĹ˜sÉ ÂŻOÞĜÞǟɴɠÞĜĜEsœNjsǟĜɴsÉŽĆźĹ˜_s_Ę°É ĂžÇźĂŒŎŸNjs ŸƟǟÞŎÞʊs_Ă?Ĺ˜ÇźÇ‹ÄľǢĂ?ħĜǣsÇ‹ÇźsOĂŒĹ˜Ĺ¸ÄśĹ¸ÂśÉ´ÇźĂŒĹ˜Ĺ˜É´Ĺ¸ÇźĂŒsÇ‹ÂŻOÞĜÞǟɴĂžĹ˜Č•ÇźĂŒĘ°ĂžĹ˜OĜȖ_ĂžĹ˜ÂśÇźĂŒsÉ&#x;ÉšsÄśĂžÂśĂŒÇźĜĜsœNjsǟǟŸrÉ´s˚dž˗ʰ Ĺ˜_Ĺ˜sÉšsĹ˜EsǟǟsÇ‹ĆźǟÞsĹ˜ÇźsÉŽĆźsÇ‹ĂžsĹ˜OsĘł At Hoopes Vision, our surgeons are committed to using the best and safest technology available. 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Climate:

Getting to know the seasons 1. How does the weather/climate vary throughout Utah? Utah is full of micro-climates. From the 13,000-foot tall Uinta mountains to the red rock cliffs of Southern Utah, you can see it all in Utah. The temperature on any given day can vary by 50 degrees depending on the location. One section of the state can be getting pounded by a snowstorm while another is enjoying warm and sunny weather.

4. What are the seasons like in Utah? One of the best parts about Utah’s weather is the opportunity to experience four distinct seasons. In spring we get soaking rains that turn the whole state green. In summer the sunshine blazes and the mountains become a cool retreat. In fall the air turns crisp and the leaves turn colors, and in winter some of the greatest snow on Earth blankets the majestic mountains...Ahhh Utah!

2. What makes Utah’s climate so different from other places? Utah is very unique in regards to climate. Technically we are a desert, but because of our towering mountains we get incredible winter snowstorms and summertime thunderstorms that fi ll our lakes and rivers with precious water. Our temperatures range from 100s in the summer to sub-zero in the winter and we see almost every type of weather possible.

5. What kind of recreational activities do the seasons in Utah allow for? You can do anything in Utah! Whether it’s hiking, biking, skiing, boarding, golfi ng, climbing, fishing or just enjoying the outdoors, Utah is the perfect place to fi nd yourself. It is one of the only places around that you can snow ski in the morning, water ski in the afternoon, and get in 18 holes of golf all in the same day.

3. What is the best part about Utah’s weather/ climate? It is always changing! There is a saying in Utah that if you don’t like the weather, drive 20 minutes and you’ll discover a whole new climate.

To learn more about Utah’s weather, go to weather.ksl.com.

SALT LAKE WEATHER: Average annual temperature 52° F January temperature

Ave. High 36.4° F Ave. Low 19.3° F

July temperature

Ave. High 92.2° F Ave. Low 63.7° F

Average annual precipitation 16.2” Average annual snowfall

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The average maximum daytime temperatures for Salt Lake’s metropolitan area range from 38 degrees Fahrenheit in January to 90 degrees in July. In Salt Lake County, the sun shines an average of 222 days a year with 67 percent annual sunshine. Annual precipitation varies from less than five inches in Utah’s Great Salt Lake desert to more than 60 inches in the northern mountain ranges. Snow frequently accumulates to depths of 10 feet or more at many Wasatch Mountain ski resorts. The state’s altitude ranges from a low of 2,200 feet in Washington County in southern Utah, often referred to as “Utah’s Dixie,” to more than 13,500 feet in the Uinta Mountains. Salt Lake City sits at an elevation of 4,330 feet above sea level.

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Paleontology, anthropology and energy efficiency. The Natural History Museum of Utah at the Rio Tinto Center boasts some pretty impressive numbers: 135,000 plant specimens, 30,000 fossils and $22,000 in annual energy savings. Our Energy FinAnswer ® and FinAnswer ® Express programs offer cash incentives for installing high-efficiency lighting, HVAC, food service equipment and more. Lighting standards changed in July 2012, but incentives for T12 lighting retrofits are still available. To learn more, call our energy experts at 1-800-222-4335 or visit wattsmart.com.

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TECHNOLOGY

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Utah’s USTAR Initiative: Foresight and future The Utah Science Technology and Research initiative (USTAR) is a long-term, state-funded investment to strengthen Utah’s “knowledge economy.” The initiative invests in world-class innovation teams and research facilities at the University of Utah (U of U) and Utah State University (USU) to create novel technologies that are subsequently commercialized through new business ventures. In an effort to increase the innovation capital of Utah, leaders from the business community came together with government officials under the Huntsman/Herbert administration to create USTAR on the heels of former Governor Mike Leavitt’s Engineering Initiative to double graduates in the field, which effectively increased Utah’s engineering workforce. But it took foresight and focused collaboration to elevate USTAR to its present-day enviable status as an emerging national benchmark. Struck by USTAR’s success, Nevada and Idaho have created similar initiatives. USTAR is gaining recognition nationally as an effective, nonbureaucratic force for innovation and technology-based economic development. USTAR has provided funding that has helped the U of U and USU to recruit 50 all-star or “catalyst” researchers to Utah’s two flagship research institutions since 2007. Those facilities, the James L. Sorenson Molecular Biotechnology Building, a USTAR Innovation Center at the U of U, and USU’s USTAR BioInnovations Center, catapult their respective universities to the forefront of their research fields. Based on data for fiscal years 2007 to 2012, USTAR research teams have attracted $131 million in federal and industry-sponsored grant funding to the state with an additional $100 million in grant awards for programs such as EPSCoR, Materials Research Science and Engineering Centers (MRSEC) and STORM. This performance exceeds the goals in USTAR’s 2005 Economic Prospectus by more than 70 percent. The result is a wave of new patents out of which emerge new companies and jobs. USTAR research has yielded more than 330 invention disclosures with 185 patents and provisional patents fi led to date. The research teams are responsible for 10 new or relocated companies with more companies in the works. Meanwhile, USTAR regional outreach teams, in partnership with business resource centers and accelerators across the state, have helped launch 30 new start-up companies and create 176 new jobs in the past three years alone. And through research and technology outreach, USTAR has supported more than 1,100 jobs. “One of the things Utah is well-known for is the collaborative and entrepreneurial nature of our people,” said Ted McAleer, executive

director of USTAR. “We have a lot of start-up companies, and a lot of new ideas being generated in Utah. USTAR is like a fuel additive that makes a strong engine run faster.” USTAR has supported the creation of several science incubators as well as research and assistance centers to help facilitate research funding, growth and collaboration among higher education, entrepreneurs and industry. Some of the results of the collaboration among partner institutions and USTAR include: • Systems that transfer power wirelessly between vehicles and roadways (WAVE, Inc.) • New ways to quickly and easily detect mercury and other dangerous chemicals, such as low levels of explosives (Metallosensors, Vaporsens) • Polymer-based targeted drug delivery to fight cancer (TheraTarget). • More accurate projections of severe weather, such as hurricanes and tornados, to improve warning times and minimize costly damage (STORM – Sounding & Tracking Observatory for Regional Meteorology) • Revolutionary rescue backboard that will better protect EMTs from back injuries (Zien Medical Technologies, EZ Lift Rescue Systems, Inc.) • Products that effectively block X-rays, therefore protecting medical professionals and patients from the dangers of radiation exposure (BloXR) At times, the fuel additive metaphor seems like understatement. According to the U of U’s Bureau of Economic and Business Research, USTAR’s efforts have resulted in $112 million in labor earnings for Utah workers, $219.3 million in gross state product and $9.9 million in state tax revenue. As USTAR moves into the future, helping its partners create an environment through which economic and workforce development will flourish, the state of Utah will continue to be a chosen destination for world-class research and researchers, cutting-edge technology and leading businesses in the high-tech industry. And like businesspeople benefiting from Utah’s nation-leading economic dynamism, top researchers lured to Utah by forwardthinking partnerships like USTAR will always have Utah’s astonishing landscapes and unrivaled quality of life after a long day in the lab. MORE INFO: Interested in news about innovators and entrepreneurs in Utah commercializing new technologies? Visit USTAR online at innovationutah.com.


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TECHNOLOGY

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Tech:

University of Utah, a national leader at tech commercialization The University of Utah (U of U) has consistently ranked among the best universities in the country at technology commercialization in recent years. Technology commercialization involves the process of taking faculty research and turning it into products that can be licensed to companies or sold to consumers through a startup company. The result is a steady stream of revenue back to the university and economic development for the state in the form of jobs and taxes.

University of Utah professor STEPHEN JACOBSEN, of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, is one of the most prolific inventors on campus. He has helped develop countless gadgets, including lifelike robots, water fountains and prosthetic arms.

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The depth of commercialization activities at the U of U is demonstrated by an annual survey by the Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM). The U of U has been one of the top universities for startup companies for several years running, according to that survey. In addition, the U of U has ranked high in many related measures. In the most recent AUTM survey available, the U of U recorded 287 active technology licenses (compared to a national average of 210), 208 invention disclosures (compared to a national average of 113) and 41 U.S. patents (compared to a national average of 24). AVANSCI is a University of Utah startup company that is developing a device for diagnosing cancer samples. The device improves the cost and efficiency of testing those samples.

headquarters at the University of Utah.

MORE INFO: Learn more about technology commercialization at the U at www.techventures.utah.edu.

Don’t gamble with your ideas . . . Stack the deck in your favor.

University of Utah professor Cynthia Furse, of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, helped develop the FAULTCHASER, a consumer device for

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Photos courtesy of Technology Venture Development.

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THE ARTS

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Entertainment & Learning:

An abundance of spectacular experiences Since 1847, Salt Lake City has blossomed and flourished in arts, entertainment and opportunities to expand creativity and knowledge. Each year more than 2.3 million visitors and residents enjoy a variety of artistic exhibits and cultural events downtown. The internationally acclaimed Utah Symphony | Utah Opera and Ballet West present remarkable performances year round. Other performing arts that receive generous applause are programs at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, the Salt Lake Acting Company, the Repertory Dance Theatre, Broadway Across America, the Gina Bachauer International Piano Festival, and just outside of Salt Lake City, Hale Centre Theatre (to the southwest) and Centerpoint Legacy Theatre (to the north) thrill the community as well. You will fi nd no shortage of opportunities to see, watch, touch, look and live just about anywhere, thanks to worldclass museums and libraries. The newest museum to grace Utah’s scene, The Leonardo, is the fi rst-of-its-kind museum where you can explore the unexpected places and ways that science, technology and creativity connect. The Leonardo is your spot to quench your curiousity. And

right next door is the Salt Lake City Public Library, a museum of sorts in its own right for interesting ideas and exploration—along with a spectacular view of the Salt Lake Valley from its gorgeous architecture. From there, you won’t have to go far for the same type of fun. Discovery Gateway and the Clark Planetarium, both at The Gateway outdoor shopping center, are interactive museums for children and parents alike. Prospects for leisure and learning in downtown Salt Lake are plentiful and include the U of U, the Utah Film Center, the LDS Church Museum of History and Art, Temple Square, Utah Museum of Fine Arts and Salt Lake’s newest addition, the Utah Museum of Natural History. As you can tell, Utah’s capital city is the place to experience superior performing arts, entertainment, plenteous learning and a metropolitan lifestyle.

MORE INFO: Utah consistently turns out some of the nation’s top performers and performances. For a list of cultural events, visit nowplayingutah.com.


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Festivals in Utah: Celebrate year round Utah has great festivals throughout the year to celebrate the diverse cultures and histories of Utah’s residents. Festivals and celebrations really ramp up in the spring and summer. That’s when the streets come alive in celebration. Salt Lake City’s oldest and largest festival, The Days of ’47 Parade, is a nod to Utah’s pioneer heritage and centers around July 24, “Pioneer Day” in Utah. This state holiday is celebrated in small towns and large cities throughout the Beehive State. Quickly becoming one of the biggest festivals, the Utah Pride Festival is a massive annual celebration of Utah’s gay community. The festival draws thousands of people each year — gay and straight — to celebrate Utah’s diversity. Shortly thereafter the Utah Arts Festival takes over downtown Salt Lake City and lays claim to one of the region’s best displays of art and entertainment each year. Utah’s Greek Festival serves as a summer fi nale during September. Some of Utah’s best Greek food, dance and art can be found during the late summer classic. But that’s not a comprehensive list, by any stretch. There’s also the Utah Shakespeare Festival in Southern Utah, Utah Beer Festival, Oktoberfest, Japan Festival, Desert Rocks, Utah State Fair, Salt Lake City International Jazz Festival and many more. Capitol Theatre image by Margie Richlen, courtesy of the Downtown Alliance, Utah State Fair image by Steve Greenwood, Utah Sympony image by Utah Symphony | Utah Orchestra, Utah Shakespeare Festival image courtesy of Visit Utah,Greek Festival image courtesy of the Greek Festival, Chalk Festival image courtesy of the Chalk Festival, Pride Fest Parade image courtesy of Pride Fest

MORE INFO: Utahns love to celebrate their heritage, culture, arts and communities. To find a celebration go to visitsaltlake.com or utah.com.


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Filming in Utah:

Utah is a fan of the silver screen Unique. Unbounded. Utah: a veritable fi lmmaking utopia. Here you can capture Himalayan mountain grandeur, the desolation of the Mojave Desert, urban streetscapes and the surreal terrain of another planet â&#x20AC;&#x201C; all in a day. THE UTAH FILM COMMISSION The Utah Film Commission markets the entire state as a location for fi lm, television and commercial production by promoting the use of local professionals, support services and Utah locations. The fi lm commission is a client-driven program, which serves the international, out-of-state and instate production companies along with Utah support services and crew. In fiscal year 2012, the Utah Film Commission has projected an economic impact $47.3 million for Utah with 1,092 production days spread across 83 projects. Some of those projects include Walt Disney Pictures, The Lone Ranger, Sony Pictures After Earth and ABC Familyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s The Mistle-Tones. SUSTAINABLE COMPETITION The Utah Film Commission continues to be competitive in the western states region when it comes to fi lm production. The Motion Picture Incentive Program offering up to a 25 percent fully refundable tax credit, along with inherent incentives such as industry infrastructure, crew, talent, proximity to Los

Angeles and diverse locations will continue to sustain the motion picture and television industry in the State of Utah. ABOUT SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL Founded by Robert Redford in 1981, Sundance Film Festival is a program of the non-profit Sundance Institute, which provides year-round programs for independent fi lm and theatre artists. The annual 10-day festival in Park City, with additional events in Salt Lake City and Ogden, has exposed local residents and visitors from around the globe to some of the most groundbreaking fi lms from the past 20 years. Each January, the Sundance Film Festival attracts 46,000 people to its screenings and events, while spotlighting artists with strong ties to Utah, including fi lmmakers Ira Sachs (Keep the Lights On), Jerusha Hess (Austenland) and actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Smashed, A.C.O.D.). Throughout the year, Sundance programs attract over 25,000 Utah residents to community screenings, and over 5,000 Utah high school students experienced Sundance fi lms in the classroom in 2012. MORE INFO: For more on Sundance in the Utah community, visit www.sundance.org/support-us/community-programs.

After Earth Sony Pictures, After Earth, Moab

The New Testament LDS Motion Picture Studios, The New Testament, Goshen

Mistle-Tones ABC Family, The Mistle-Tones.


When you come to Utah, be sure to visit

TEMPLE SQUARE in the heart of Salt Lake City

Tours are available in more than 30 languages

Many venues to choose from, and all are free

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to the glorious music of the famed Mormon Tabernacle Choir, rehearsing and performing in the Tabernacle on Temple Square. They also perform in the 21,000-seat Conference Center. See visittemplesquare.com for details.

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through two upscale visitors’ centers that include the Christus statue by Danish sculptor Thorvaldsen. Visit the interactive map of ancient Jerusalem (kids love it!) and

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your roots in the FamilySearch Center, where helpful volunteers can assist in retrieving family history information from the world’s largest repository of genealogical records.

where the story of family life of yesteryear will unfold room by room in the Beehive House, the seat of government in early Utah.

For information on these and many other fascinating venues on Temple Square, go to visittemplesquare.com, lds.org/placestovisit, or call 1-800-537-9703. © IRI. PD50020206


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Grow:

Downtown Farmers Market Nothing says summer like the unparalleled flavor of local produce — fresh and direct from the grower to you. The Downtown Farmers Market in historic Pioneer Park, with over 250 vendors, offers the fi nest products from local farmers, crafters and food vendors. Thousands of market enthusiasts support Utah agriculture Saturday mornings, June through October, by shopping at the state’s largest local marketplace. The Market features more than 90 local growers selling an abundance of fruit and vegetables. Patrons will fi nd Utah favorites such as sweet corn and peaches, as well as the less common heirlooms, kohlrabi and more. In addition to produce, the Market offers a variety of fresh baked bread and pastries,

cheese, meat and seafood, jam, honey and house and garden plants. Live music and special events occur every Saturday. The Downtown Farmers Market has expanded to include a Tuesday evening Market during the harvest months, providing produce mid-week for commuters, downtown residents and Market devotees. Additionally, the Market has expanded its schedule into the winter months, with hopes for a year-round Public Market in the near future.

MORE INFO: To participate in the Salt Lake Downtown Farmers Market visit slcfarmersmarket.org.

EVE:

December 29, 30 & 31 Completely unique to Utah, EVE is Salt Lake’s celebration of light, art and sound that transforms Downtown SLC into a block-partymeets-gallery-stroll for three nights as we count down to the New Year. One pass is all you need to access numerous venues including museums, fi lm screenings, concerts, performances, kids activities and art installations. The heart of EVE beats to the tune of local and national bands on center stage. Be sure to catch the midnight fi reworks show in the middle of downtown to ring in the New Year! EVE is more than just a party—it’s an expression of optimism, creativity and community, which connect us to our capital city and to each other. EVE is designed to break down barriers, build relationships and celebrate our shared humanity as we celebrate the dawning of a happier and healthier new year. No matter who you are, you are welcome at EVE.

MORE INFO: Visit EVEslc.com, EVEslc on Twitter & Facebook.

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State of Sport:

Utah’s more competitive side Not just anyone gets to throw passes at Cowboy Stadium or take batting practice at Yankee Stadium.

Other venues like Miller Motorsports Park and Soldier Hollow are easily accessible for public recreation.

But here in Utah world-class facilities aren’t only open to the public, they’re also affordable and — even more importantly — approachable.

Proximity, ease and convenience are why Utahns consistently rank among the fittest in the country and why we’re among the most active.

One of the lasting legacies of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games has been the top-notch training and competition facilities that were built for the games that are now available to the public. Utah’s Olympic Oval, bobsled track and skiing facilities are open to the public and in many cases, have programs designed to introduce you to the sports.

US Speed Skating

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places. The Tour of Utah is

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Utah from Miller Motorsports

team and hosts regular

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speedskating competitions,

MORE INFO: Utah earns high marks for being one of the healthiest states in the nation. To learn more about Utah Olympic Legacy sporting programs or facilities, try the Utah Sports Commission at utahsportscommission.com or for friendly competition, try Utah Summer Games at utahsummergames.org.

Miller Motorsports Park

Xterra Games

PRO: Countless professional

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race series come to Utah’s

on Ogden, just north of Salt

world-class racetrack each

Lake City, to participate in the

year from the Lucas Oil

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international professional teams as well.

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Former Olympic Gold Medalist Derek Parra coaching at the Utah Oval Speed Skating Club which serves as an avenue to get introductory level skaters on their way toward National Level Competitions. Image courtesy of Jerry Search, ovalspeedskating.com

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Park City:

A ski town with international renown Park City is one of North America’s most accessible mountain recreation destinations — it’s only 35 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport. Once a booming silver mining town, today it is well known for its world-class ski and snowboard resorts, cultural offerings, events and Olympic legacy. As Utah’s only true “ski town” and a site of events for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, Park City offers a relaxed small-town atmosphere with amenities not often found in communities of its size. Anchored by its three ski and snowboard resorts (Deer Valley Resort, Canyons Resort and Park City Mountain Resort), the area offers highly rated winter recreational opportunities. Skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, crosscountry skiing, snow tubing and sleigh rides provide endless possibilities to enjoy the area’s annual bountiful snowfall. Adventures during the summer and fall months are equally impressive, with golf, zip lines and more than 400 miles of public trails providing plenty of opportunities for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. There can be no doubt that Park City’s outdoor activities are what primarily bring people to the area for the fi rst time. However, it is the extensive cultural, dining and entertainment offerings that bring visitors back time and time again. In many cases those visitors make the area home. The Sundance Film Festival places Park City in the international fi lm limelight for 11 days each January,

showcasing independent fi lms and artists from around the world. On a local level, the Park City Film Series offers screenings of current independent fi lms every weekend in the fall, winter and spring seasons at the Park City Library. The small town feel of the series combined with thought-provoking cinema holds a huge appeal for fi lm enthusiasts. The Kimball Arts Festival, the longest-running arts festival in the western U. S., takes place each August with art, music, crafts and food on Historic Main Street. For art lovers, Park City is home to the Kimball Art Center and more than 20 art galleries. Art connoisseurs will enjoy a broad selection of artwork including paintings, photography, pottery, glass and metal work, jewelry and much more. On the last Friday of each month, the Park City Gallery Association hosts the Park City Gallery Stroll, which is a free tour of the art galleries featuring special exhibits and artists. Musical offerings such as the Deer Valley Music Festival and the Big Stars, Bright Nights Concert Series also bring world-class entertainment to town throughout the year. Free outdoor concerts are offered nearly every night of the summer at different venues throughout Park City. MORE INFO: Ski season or summer destination, enhance your resort experience by visiting: visitparkcity.com.

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Down South:

Recreate and renew While the northern part of the state is scattered with vast mountain ranges, the secret to the south has long been its beautiful red rocks and desert climate. St. George recently opened its new airport, making the region more accessible than ever. Utah’s Dixie has exploded with adventure seekers looking for access to some of the country’s best recreation. Whether its hiking in Zion or Bryce Canyon national parks, boating at Sand Hollow or Quail Creek state parks, teeing-off at one of the many area golf courses, or rejuvenating at a world-class spa like Red Mountain or Green Valley, the southern half of Utah is a hub of activity. The arts take center stage down south with three different venues: the Tony-award winning Utah Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City, Tuachan Amphitheatre in Ivins and music under the stars at the O.C. Tanner Amphitheater in Springdale.

MORE INFO: Explore Utah’s red rocks country for recreation or doing business at St. George Convention and Visitors Bureau at utahstgeorge.com.

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Moab:

Home of Arches and Canyonlands National Parks Moab is one of the most sought after destinations in southwest Utah. The unique combination of the breathtaking red rock scenery, two national parks as well as the cool waters of the Colorado River has made Moab world famous for mountain biking, hiking, four-wheeling and river rafting. The perfect climate of Moab has also made it the perfect place for year-round outdoor events and festivals. The town has a rich calendar of events spanning from contra dancing to art walks. Highlighting the calendar of events is the world famous Easter Jeep Safari in the spring and autumnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Moab Music Festival and the Moab Folk Festival. MORE INFO: Let Moab be your base camp for exploring the wonders of southeastern Utah. Visit discovermoab.com.

Delicate Arch, Arches National Park image by Matt Morgan, courtesy of Visit Utah; Canyonlands National Park courtesy of Visit Utah; Dead Horse Point, Dead Horse Point State Park image by Eli Vega; Arches National Park and La Sal Mountains image by Eli Vega; Mountain biking, Moab courtesy of Visit Utah; Buck Canyon, Mesa Arch image by Eli Vega.


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Cache Valley:

Flatlands and farmsteads Cache Valley is one of the major agricultural producers in the state. More than a dozen bicycle tours, marathons, motorcycle rides and relay races wind through its tranquil flatlands and charming farm towns every year. The American West Heritage Center, a living history attraction in Wellsville, offers a taste for early Cache Valley farm life with hands-on historical exhibits. Rockhill Creamery in Richmond is another must-see and operates out of a historic farmstead. The creamery uses traditional cheesemaking techniques and offers samples to Saturday visitors. Logan, the heart of Cache Valley, houses a dynamic student population thanks to Utah State University, where agricultural, science and engineering programs reign. Logan is home to world-class opera company Utah Festival Opera, as well as a number of art galleries and historic structures.

Mountain Ski Resort, while golfers have their pick of four Cache Valley courses. Nearby national forests make it a varied outdoor mecca, where rock climbers can scale Logan Canyon’s more than 400 diverse climbing sections, and fishers can take advantage of its blue ribbon trout streams. Nearby recreational playground Bear Lake offers hiking, golfi ng and water sports, as well as snowmobiling and ice fishing in winter. Many Utahns flock to Hardware Ranch in Blacksmith Fork Canyon, bundling up for a sleigh ride to meet hundreds of grazing elk. The area (just southeast of Logan) is the winter feeding area for Utah’s official state animal.

MORE INFO: Find out more about an adventure in Utah’s northern realms by visiting tourcachevalley.com.

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Ogden Area:

Outdoors and more In the last decade, Ogden has gained momentum as an outdoor sports destination. Probably the most dramatic changes have been the influx of nationally known outdoor companies and the gradual redevelopment of downtown Ogden. Historic 25th Street has been given a major facelift in recent years, while neighboring blocks have been leveled to make room for movie theaters, high-rise condos, restaurants and more. Weber State University also calls Ogden home. All of these improvements come in addition to the many natural wonders close to town. To name a few: three ski resorts, two rivers running through town, easy access to cliffs for rock climbing and the popular Pineview Reservoir for fishing and canoeing. MORE INFO: Look to Ogden for the latest in outdoor gear and recreation at ogdencity.com. Ogden Valley Balloon Festival image by Matt Morgan, courtesy of Visit Utah; Golden Spike courtesy of Visit Utah.

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Uintah County:

Tracks in all shapes and sizes You haven’t lived in Utah until you have visited Dinosaurland! Dinosaurland is located in the northeastern corner of Utah within Vernal City in the heart of Uintah County. Dinosaur National Monument is located 15 miles east of Vernal and is home of the world-famous “Wall of Bones,” showcasing over 1,500 dinosaur bones that can be viewed from the newly reopened Quarry Exhibit Hall. The dinosaur remains don’t stop at the National Monument; track over to Red Fleet State Park located 11 miles out of Vernal and hike the Dinosaur Trackway. Here you will fi nd hundreds of dinosaur tracks embedded in hard sandstone. Another Dinosaurland gem is the Utah Field House of Natural History where you can experience life as a paleontologist — take a walk though time and explore the dinosaur gardens (home to several full size replicas of Jurassic period dinosaurs). The Ashley National Forest and Uinta Mountains offer year-round recreation. Enjoy camping, hiking, and four-wheeling

during the summer, as well as snowmobiling, cross country skiing, and snowshoeing in the winter. If you enjoy mountain biking, peddle over for some of the best trails in the world. A whitewater rafting trip down the Green River for one-day or multi-day trips is an experience you will not soon forget. If spending time on the lake is something you enjoy, your boat can be launched and in the water within 15 minutes from Vernal. Steinaker State Park is only five miles out of town. You can enjoy water sports at Red Fleet State Park and Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area. World class fishing, ancient Native American petroglyphs, scenic drives, hunting, wildlife viewing and much more await you in beautiful Uintah County. MORE INFO: : For more information, please contact Uintah County Travel & Tourism at 800-477-5558 or visit www.visitdinosaurland.com.

Split Mountain sunset, Dinosaur National Monument image by Steve Greenwood; Placer Point, Dinosaur National Monument image courtesy of Uintah County Travel & Tourism; Visitor Center, Dinosaur National Monument image courtesy of Uintah County Travel & Tourism; Fossil wall inside Exhibit Hall, Dinosaur National Monument image by Steve Greenwood; Dinosaur National Monument image by Steve Greenwood.


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Utah Valley:

Economic hotbed Fifty years ago, Utah Valley was a beautiful valley noted for its vast orchards, breathtaking mountains and a steel mill that drove its economy. Today, the steel mill is gone, as are many of the orchards. Taking their place are hundreds of thriving businesses comprising an economy that is being recognized nationally as both diverse and robust. Forbes recently ranked the ProvoOrem area as the best place in the nation for business and careers. In addition to the Forbes ranking, a host of other organizations have pointed to Utah Valley as among the best places in the nation to live, work, play and even grow old. So what is the “secret sauce” that makes Utah Valley so attractive? “People are the key to our success,” says Val Hale, president and CEO of the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce. “We have a very entrepreneurial, educated and dedicated population, and that translates into innovation. It also doesn’t hurt that we have the state’s two largest universities in our backyard.” Those universities, Brigham Young University and Utah Valley University, boast over 60,000 students between them. They churn out thousands of graduates each year, many of whom have helped start and grow companies like Novell, WordPerfect, Altiris (now Symantec) and and the list goes on and on. In 2012 alone, three companies located next door to each other in Provo were targets of huge buyouts. Vivint sold for $2 billion, while neighbor Ancestry.com sold for $1.6 billion. Qualtrics turned down a $500 million buyout offer but accepted a $70 million infusion from a venture capital fund.

Technology companies are springing up all across the valley. Josh James, founder of Omniture (which is now Adobe) and DOMO, coined the phrase “Silicon Slopes” to describe the technology cluster that has blossomed in Utah Valley and along the Wasatch Front. Even the federal government is attracted to Utah County. The National Security Agency built the Utah Data Center, a top-secret intelligence-gathering facility, in the northern end of the county. In addition to the fantastic business climate, Utah Valley is attracting more tourists and visitors. The new Utah Valley Convention Center opened in 2012 and has been an attractive site for hosting conferences and meetings. New hotels have opened throughout the valley and many existing lodging properties have invested millions of dollars in renovations and upgrades. The Outlets at Traverse Mountain opened in late 2012 in Lehi and promises to be a destination shopping location for visitors and locals alike. Thanksgiving Point and Sundance Resort are tourist attractions that consistently draw hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. While much of the country is still weighed down by a sluggish economy, Utah Valley is racing to the forefront thanks to innovation, hard work and a fantastic business climate.

MORE INFO: Utah Valley is full of family-friendly destinations offering year-round adventure. Discover more at utahvalley.com.

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Utah’s Neighborhoods: Different faces of the valley Salt Lake is known for its friendly and helpful people, as well as the gorgeous surrounding mountain scenery. Each neighborhood or geographic area of Salt Lake City and Utah is a virtual cornucopia of different flavors, lifestyles, people and characteristics — unique to anywhere else in the U.S. From quiet, family-friendly bedroom communities to vibrant, walkable neighborhoods, Utah has its share of locales that made it among the best places to live by Forbes only a few years ago. Here’s a rundown of some of the more popular and unique neighborhoods. SUGAR HOUSE Once the southern end of the city, Sugar House now is smack dab in the middle of everything going on in and around Salt Lake City. This energetic suburb is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Salt Lake City and home to Westminster College. The name derives from a sugar beet processing facility that used to be in the area; however the sweet neighborhood is more known now for great shops and walkable streets. Sugar House Park, which serves as an anchor for the neighborhood, is undergoing a massive renovation. A federally funded streetcar is also on schedule for the fi nal design completion of the construction work to fi nish up around the end of this year. 9TH AND 9TH & 15TH AND 15TH These two neighborhoods, near the intersections of 900 East and 900 South and 1500 East and 1500 South, are blossoming into their own colorful pockets of locally owned stores and businesses unique to their areas. The homes in both areas range from modest to mega, and are among the most culturally diverse areas in the city. Parks like Liberty Park (9th and 9th) and Wasatch Hollow (15th and 15th) are nearby, as are some of Salt Lake City’s oldest and best schools. Picturesque tree-lined streets and proximity to downtown make both these neighborhoods desirable for families and working professionals in Salt Lake City. DAYBREAK Farther south, in the city of South Jordan, Daybreak is growing into one of the most desirable neighborhoods in all of Salt Lake City — even in its relative youth. A massive master-planned community, Daybreak is a covenantcontrolled neighborhood of hundreds of homes by a collection of builders throughout Utah.

Sugarhouse Monument image by Lance Tyrrell, courtesy Salt Lake City Community & Econ. Development; 9th and 9th signage image by Lance Tyrrell, courtesy Salt Lake City Community & Econ. Development; Downtown, Capitol Neighborhood image by Lance Tyrrell; Daybreak image courtesy of Daybreak.


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Condominiums to million dollar homes are available in this varied community. Homes in the neighborhood are all energy efficient, and developers took careful measures to preserve, restore and create beautiful natural surroundings for residents. Nearby shopping options such as The District have sprung up around the neighborhood to provide convenient retail for Daybreak residents. FARMINGTON In 2011, CNN Money and Fortune designated this small northern Utah city as the 12th best city to live in America. Farmington is only 20 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City; however the city retains much of its small-town character, which is attractive to its 18,000 residents.

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Families have flocked to the area due to the area’s central location between Salt Lake City and Provo, and the recreational opportunities it has to offer. Utah Lake offers stunning views and Provo Canyon is a draw for hiking/biking and skiing at resorts like Sundance. Retailers like Cabela’s have set up shop in the area, and industry giants like Adobe, Ancestry.com, Vivint, NuSkin and others have called Utah County home.

MORE INFO: Learn more about living in Utah’s cities and towns at utah.gov/government/citycounty.

Scenic parks, proximity to mountains and easy commute has made Farmington popular in the last five years for new residents. The city’s low tax rate has also attracted many new residents to the city. The state’s oldest amusement park, Lagoon, still serves as a major draw for the small city. DOWNTOWN If you want to have it all, where work, living and play are just blocks apart, Downtown Salt Lake City is the perfect place to hang your hat. There are all types of housing options in Downtown Salt Lake City that offer the perfect living for urbanites. Whether you want to live in a master crafted urban condo at City Creek, a luxury apartment with a great view, or a charming studio, you’ll fi nd that downtown has plenty of options for everyone. Great venues such as Abravanel Hall, Capitol Theater, EnergySolutions Arena, the Salt Palace and Temple Square are just steps away. Hiking in City Creek Canyon is within a few blocks, and a short drive takes you to mountain biking, skiing, snowboarding and fly-fishing in Utah’s Wasatch mountains. AVENUES/FEDERAL HEIGHTS Perched on a hilltop directly above Salt Lake City, the Avenues and Federal Heights neighborhoods are among some of the most desirable and unique homes in Salt Lake City. One of the oldest neighborhoods as well — some homes were among the fi rst in the valley — the Avenues is almost purely residential with a smattering of small businesses, two hospitals and churches within the neighborhood. Homeowners have lauded the quaint feeling of the streets and homes, and generations of families have called the Avenues home. Federal Heights, near the University of Utah, has morphed into one of Salt Lake City’s more exclusive neighborhoods with multi-million dollar homes and properties with unsurpassed views of the Salt Lake Valley. LEHI/UTAH COUNTY Thanks to a population explosion only a few years ago, Utah County is leading the Salt Lake region in growth thanks to valuefor-money the area has to offer.

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Skiing in Utah:

More than ‘snow’ deep Home to The Greatest Snow on Earth®, Utah is the perfect place to live and work with mountain recreation only minutes from your very own doorstep. With such a large variety of ski and snowboard resorts, skiers can choose the perfect mountain getaway suited to their needs. Park City Mountain Resort, Canyons Resort and Deer Valley Resort are all nestled within a fi fteen-minute radius of Park City’s bustling Historic Main Street, home to more than 100 bars and restaurants. SKI Magazine ranked all three Park City resorts in the top 10 overall out of all North American resorts for the 2012-2013 season. A short jaunt to the south leads to secluded Sundance Resort, nestled at the base of magnificent Mount Timpanogos. Within a 45 minute car ride, you will fi nd majestic Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons, home to Brighton, Solitude, Alta and Snowbird resorts. Less than 40 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City, the towering peaks provide shelter from reality, making skiers feel miles away from everything.

of the last family-owned and operated ski resorts in the nation, Beaver Mountain is the perfect place to leave everything behind except the kids. Utah’s southern resorts are only three hours south of Salt Lake City. Eagle Point and Brian Head Resort are surrounded by national parks and scenic byways — making the possibilities for adventure in this neck of the woods endless. Utah’s resorts provide effortless access to countless amenities, including quaint and luxury mountain lodges, vast restaurant and nightlife selections, off-slope recreation options, art, shopping, spas and more. Utah has you covered in more than just snow. MORE INFO: Learn more about Utah’s world-famous deep powder and its year-round resorts at skiutah.com.

Only 30 minutes north of Salt Lake City, Ogden serves as a mecca for the outdoor industry. Ogden’s convenient location is the main reason why so many ski, snowboard and outdoor recreation companies consider Ogden their home. It is also less than a half-hour drive from three ski and snowboard resorts: Snowbasin Resort, Powder Mountain and Wolf Mountain. A little farther north, charming Beaver Mountain in Cache Valley is only an hour and a half from Salt Lake City. As one

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Sports:

Athletes and their fanatical fans You donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have to spend much time in Utah to understand how much residents of the Beehive State love their sports. Two major league professional teams, a variety of minor league clubs and top-notch collegiate sports keep Utahns cheering year round. The Utah Jazz is the most popular team in town. From November to April (and often beyond), the Jazz fi lls EnergySolutions Arena to capacity and captures the attention of basketball fans throughout the state. The Jazz came within two wins of the NBA Championship in both 1997 and 1998, and is consistently one of the top teams in the National Basketball Association. If you take in a game, be sure to stop by the southeastern corner of the arena plaza to see the statues commemorating the two greatest players in franchise history, John Stockton and Karl Malone. Real Salt Lake is Utahâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Major League Soccer franchise. Real (pronounced RAY-al, the Spanish word for royal; also known as RSL) claimed the MLS Cup in 2009. The club plays at state-ofthe-art Rio Tinto Stadium, which hosted the 2009 MLS AllStar Game. One of the top franchises in the league, Real boasts a rabid fan base that makes life difficult for visiting clubs.

When the Utes of the University of Utah and the Cougars of Brigham Young University get together, things can get pretty heated. In 2011, the Utes joined the Pac-12 and BYU became an independent program in football, while playing in the West Coast Conference in all other sports. Division I basketball programs in the state battle for the Oquirrh Cup. Weber State, Utah State, Southern Utah and Utah Valley University join Utah and BYU to ensure Utah is always represented in the NCAA tournament. Utah is also home to some great minor league baseball. The Salt Lake Bees (Triple A), the Orem Owlz and the Ogden Raptors (both short season A ball) keep fans entertained during the summer. Utah is also home to minor league hockey with the Utah Grizzlies, and world-class motor sports at the Miller Motorsports Park.

MORE INFO: Learn more about Utah sports at utah.com/sports.

As much as cheering on our professional sports teams brings Utahns together, supporting our college teams can divide us.

Rice Eccles Stadium, University of Utah image courtesy of University of Utah; Spring Mobile Ballpark, Home of the Salt Lake Bees image by Brent Asay, courtesy of Utah Bees; Real Salt Lake Fan courtesy of Real Salt Lake;


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Desert Oasis:

Utah’s water culture When you think about Utah, great water activities might not be the fi rst thing that comes to mind. Sure, you might think about the Great Salt Lake, which is the namesake of the capital city. But if you stopped there, you would miss the many freshwater destinations that locals have come to love for fishing, canoeing, kayaking, waterskiing and other water sports. For starters, Utah features Lake Powell, which is the most popular freshwater attraction in the state. This reservoir spreads over 160,000 acres, and its fi ngers reach deep into southern Utah’s canyon country. Boaters love this area for the unique landscape and ample space for luxurious pontoons and houseboats. Strawberry and Scofield reservoirs are possibly the most popular fishing destinations. Located over mountains from each other in central Utah, anglers travel here in search of rainbows, cutthroat trout and kokanee salmon during summer and winter.

If you’re looking for something more death-defying, don’t worry — Utah has more than enough rivers to keep the most aggressive paddlers grinning. The most popular rivers — like the Colorado and Green rivers — flow through scenic southern Utah. These are only a few of the many options for water-lovers. Other destinations include Willard Bay, a freshwater offshoot of the Great Sale Lake; Bear Lake in northern Utah; and Utah Lake, a freshwater lake next to Provo. Wherever you go, remember to bring a towel and enjoy.

MORE INFO: Want to know where the fish are biting? Utah’s Department of Wildlife Resources provides weekly updates at wildlife.utah.gov/hotspots.

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Summer Hot Spots:

Recreation for warm weather enthusiasts The same mountains that make Utah skiing and snowboarding great in the winter are the same mountains that make hiking, biking, climbing, running and walking great in the summer. That’s why Utah’s seasonal appeal is year round with the many trails, mountains, canyons and golf courses the state has to offer. Any conversation about warm-weather recreation in Utah must start in southern Utah. The landscape down south provides ample opportunities for beginners and experts alike. From Monument Valley to Annie’s Canyon near Lake Powell, to The Subway in Zion National Park and Paria Canyon near Kanab, your options are plentiful. Moving up north, the Wasatch Range features plenty of opportunities for hiking and biking as well. Whether you plan to hike Mt. Timpanogos or Mt. Olympus for a day, or perhaps you plan on biking up the canyon roads in one of the many organized summertime races, the Wasatch Range is full of

ways to get off the couch and get outside. Or maybe golf is your game? Many top golf course architects have etched their signatures onto the Utah golf scene. Names like Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Gene Bates all have layouts near Park City. The Salt Lake City area has its fi ne share of intriguing courses, with layouts fashioned by names such as Johnny Miller. More top golf course architects, including Keith Fosters, Matt Dye and John Fought have created stunning layouts in St. George and across southern Utah. The list of excellent courses in Utah goes on and on. Just because Utah has “The Greatest Snow On Earth” doesn’t mean we can’t have the greatest warm weather activities as well.

MORE INFO: : Keeping pace with the many trails and rides in Utah may be daunting, but here are a few sites to try online: utah.com, utah.gov and utahgolftrail.com.

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State Parks:

Discover Utah’s best kept secrets With 43 state parks that range from wind-swept dunes to thick-forested mountains, Utah’s state parks highlight our state’s wildly diverse regions. The Utah state park system was started in the late 1950s with only four parks: the former state prison, the territorial statehouse in Fillmore, “This is the Place” park in Salt Lake City and Camp Floyd in Lehi. It has been growing ever since. The state parks now represent 95,000 acres of undeveloped land in Utah and more than one million surface acres of water. Only 460 miles separate Bear Lake State Park, Utah’s northernmost park on the border with Idaho, from Gunnison State Park, near the border with Arizona and Nevada, yet the scenery is worlds apart.

in pristine condition as well. Most of the parks are dog friendly with very few exceptions, and campgrounds are open to the public. ATVs and boats are welcome where applicable, and campfi res are allowed in designated areas. Most parks don’t allow off-highway vehicles in them, and if they are allowed, they’re only to be driven from campsites to nearby trails.

MORE INFO: Looking for an adventure? Choose one of Utah’s 43 state parks to go exploring at stateparks.utah.gov.

The striking deserts in the south and conifer-covered mountains in the north exhibit Utah’s diverse natural landscape. Several Utah parks have also garnered awards for accommodations or recreation. Reserve America, one of the country’s largest camping websites, awarded Utah state parks with several distinctions including Top 100 Campgrounds (Bear Lake, Fremont Indian, Goblin Valley, Red Fleet parks), Top 25 Biking Trails (Deer Creek, Jordanelle, Steinaker, Wasatch Mountain), and Top 25 Romantic Spots (Rockport) among others. The parks are also famous, as many of the recognizable landmarks in Utah’s state parks have been featured in major fi lms. Snow Canyon State Park has made cameos in Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid and High School Musical 2, whereas Dead Horse Point State Park has had roles in Mission Impossible 2 and Thelma & Louise. Making your way to one of the state parks has never been easier. Nearly five million visitors made their way to state parks last year, thanks to the parks’ accessibility from Utah’s state highways and interstates. And although the parks are permanent fi xtures of Utah’s landscapes, that doesn’t mean that our state takes the parks for granted. Each year, a staff of several hundred employees maintains and preserves Utah’s parks so we may enjoy their natural beauty. The parks rely heavily on the generosity of others to keep them Kodachrome Basin Road image courtesy of Visit Utah ; Goblin Valley State Park image by Steve Greenwood; Dead Horse Point image by Eli Vega; Deer Creek courtesy of Utah Office of Tourism; Native American Ruins image by Matt Morgan, courtesy of Visit Utah; Rockport Reservoir image courtesy of Utah Office of Tourism


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Featured Parks:

Must-see state parks GOBLIN VALLEY Recognized as one of the top 100 family campgrounds by Reserve America, Goblin Valley is a place of unearthly scenery with scores of intricately eroded rocks that look like creatures from another planet. This vast landscape of sandstone goblins offers numerous caves and hundreds of miles of hiking trails. DEAD HORSE POINT The Mesa known as Dead Horse Point provides breathtaking views of the canyon country of southeastern Utah, the Colorado River and Canyonlands National Park. There are hikes around the edge of the mesa with stunning views into the deep canyons. The Intrepid Trail system provides fun and challenging mountain bike trails around the mesa. DEER CREEK Deer Creek State Park lies in the southwest corner of the beautiful Heber Valley and is home to some of Utahâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fi nest year-round fishing. Deer Creek reservoir is also extremely popular for boating, wind surfi ng and sail boating. It also it has some of the best biking trails close to the Salt Lake Valley. ANASAZI VILLAGE This ancient village in the heart of Utahâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s canyon country is one of the largest ancestral Puebloan communities west of the Colorado River. Archeological excavations at the site have revealed more than 100 structures and have produced thousands of artifacts. Visitors can explore the Coombs Site, a village occupied from AD 1160 to 1235. ROCKPORT STATE PARK One of the hottest fishing spots in all of Utah is Rockport Reservoir. During the warm summer months, enjoy trolling the reservoir for rainbow, bass and perch. During the winter, Rockport is a popular destination for ice anglers and has a reputation for producing large schools of perch. If the fishing is slow, enjoy viewing bald eagles nesting on nearby telephone poles or deer meandering through the brush. KODACHROME BASIN This park is popular because of its outstanding scenery dominated by 67 monolithic stone spires called sedimentary pipes. The color and beauty found here prompted a 1948 National Geographic Society expedition to name the area Kodachrome after the popular color fi lm. It is a great place to camp, hike and ride horses.


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National Parks:

Explore Utah’s mountain country Utah is home to five national parks — an incredible amount considering the size of our state.

main attractions with Utah’s Scenic Byway Highway 12 providing a gorgeous approach to the red-rock spires of the park.

That means the rich natural resources Utah has to offer are not only recognized by residents, but also by national leaders and visitors to our state. All of Utah’s national parks are located in the southern half of the state, but that doesn’t mean the northern half has to do without. Both Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks are within close range for northern Utah residents.

Canyonlands National Park is a true outdoor paradise for recreation. Featuring some of the state’s best whitewater rafting, hiking, biking and off-roading trails in the Four Corners area, Canyonlands is bursting with opportunities. The confluence of the Colorado and Green rivers has created breathtaking land features like The Doll House, located in The Maze District of the park.

It’s in our state’s southern half, however, that Utah’s natural beauty truly awakens. Arches National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Canyonlands National Park, Capitol Reef National Park and Zion National Park all lay within a day’s drive of each other. In fact, the five are connected by well-maintained roads and create the Grand Circle of national parks in Utah. Arches National Park, near Moab, contains some of the most iconic images of southern Utah’s desert formations. From the Window Arches to Delicate Arch, the 73,000-acre park features more than 2,000 arches. Bryce Canyon National Park is a bit of a misnomer though: it really isn’t a canyon at all. Situated on the eastern slope of the Paunsaguant Plateau, the park features stunning rock formations created by millions of years of erosion and geologic mayhem. The Bryce Amphitheater is one of the park’s

Created by then-Secretary of the Interior Stewart Udall, Capitol Reef National Park is Utah’s youngest national park. Featuring stunning formations like Capitol Dome and Hickman Bridge, the newcomer to the Grand Circle has plenty to see, including ancient petroglyphs. Not to be outdone in any sense, Zion National Park is perhaps Utah’s most popular national park — inside the state and outside the state. Perched close to the city of St. George, Zion offers some of the country’s most challenging and exclusive hiking and recreation. Trails like Zion’s famous Subway, The Narrows, Angel’s Landing and other slot canyons make this park a true treasure within Utah’s borders. MORE INFO: Learn more about Utah’s five national parks, seven national monuments and two national recreational areas at nps.gov.

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Take A Closer Look:

Bingham Canyon Copper Mine One of Utah’s most popular attractions, Kennecott Utah Copper’s Bingham Canyon Mine is so big it can be seen from space, but it is just 30 minutes from Salt Lake City’s downtown center. The world-famous open-pit copper mine provides an extraordinary educational adventure to thousands of visitors every year. Overlooking the rim of the open pit, the Kennecott Visitors Center tells the amazing story of transforming solid rock into 99.9 percent pure copper, gold and silver. Hands-on exhibits, model trucks, mining artifacts and live viewing of the monstersized haul trucks and in-pit ore crusher makes the interactive experience one not to be missed. And visitors can’t leave without capturing their tour with a picture next to the giant 12-and-a–half–foot tire.

person in America uses about 30 pounds of copper each year in products ranging from smartphones, computer chips, cars, and medical technologies to running water, electricity, and even shampoo. Designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1966 by the United States Department of the Interior and in 1972 by the National Park Service, Kennecott uses sustainable development practices to preserve and extend the life of the landmark. The commitment to sustainable development in its daily practices enables Kennecott to mine and process minerals in a way that is economically, socially and environmentally responsible.

MORE INFO: The Mine is open seven days a week April through October, weather permitting. For visiting hours and tours,

One of the top producing mines in the world, Bingham Canyon Mine copper is essential to modern life. On average, every

check out kennecott.com.

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NATURAL WONDER BINGHAM CANYON MINE VISITORS CENTER Experience one of Utah’s Natural Wonders up close. Explore our hands-on exhibits, take a picture next to the big tire and watch the in-pit crusher turn tons of copper into the size of soccer balls. It’s an adventure for the whole family. For videos, directions and hours go to kennecott.com/visitors-center Open seasonally April-October

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Dining:

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CLOCK TOWER CATERING

Clock Tower Catering and the Washington Square Cafe are located in the historic Salt Lake City and County building, just across the street from the downtown public library, serving breakfast and lunch M-F and for private parties, meetings or special events, anytime. Be sure to check out the ongoing local art exhibitions.

Bambara’s outstanding food, superb service, friendly atmosphere and central, vibrant downtown location make us one of Salt Lake City’s top dining destinations. 202 S Main Street, Salt Lake City, UT 801-363-5454 • ww.bambara-slc.com

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Located on the 10th floor of the Joseph Smith Memorial Building, The Roof Restaurant is Utah’s premier gourmet dining buffet. With breathtaking views of Temple Square. 15 East South Temple, 10th floor Salt Lake City, Utah 801-539-1911

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ADDRESS 99 W. South Temple, Ste. 100 Salt Lake City, UT 84101 150 W. 300 South Salt Lake City, UT 84101 100 S. 900 East Salt Lake City, UT 84102 44 W. Broadway, #100 Salt Lake City, UT 84103 350 S. 200 East, #106 Salt Lake City, UT 84111 341 S. 400 West Salt Lake City, UT 84101 241 N. Vine Street Salt Lake City, UT 84103 328 W.& 342 W. 200 S. Salt Lake City, UT 84101 350 W. 300 South Salt Lake City, UT 84101 230 E. 300 South Salt Lake City, UT 84111 5 S. 500 West Salt Lake City, UT 84101 1988 S. 1100 East Salt Lake City, UT 84101 141 E. 2nd Avenue Salt Lake City, UT 84103 725 S. 200 West Salt Lake City, UT 84101 560 E. South Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84103 123 E. 2nd Avenue Salt Lake City, UT 84103 163 W. 200 South Salt Lake City, UT 84101 143 E. 1st Avenue Salt Lake City, UT 84103 777 E. South Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84102 346 W. Pierpoint Avenue Salt Lake City, UT 84101 87 W. 300 North Salt Lake City, UT 84103 230 W. 200 South SLC, UT 84101

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MANAGEMENT City Creek Sales Center S.L. County Realtors Coldwell Banker Brokerage S.L. County Realtors The Metro Condos Sales Lizzie Barlow Gupta Zion Summit Condominiums Westgate Lofts Inc. Allen Millo Re/Max Overland The Parc Windermere Real Estate Garden Towers Lewis, Wolcott, & Dornbush Real Estate Governors Plaza Condos Canyon Road Towers Owners Association Prudential Utah Real Estate Talo-Land Company Bonneville Condos Urban Utah Homes & Estates Keller Williams NAI West


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Bank of American Fork Bank of Utah Brighton Bank Cache Valley Bank Capital Community Bank Celtic Bank Central Bank Continental Bank First National Bank of Layton First Utah Bank Grand Valley Bank Gunnison Valley Bank Home Savings Bank JPMorgan Chase Bank KeyBank Prime Alliance Bank Proficio Bank Rock Canyon Bank State Bank of Southern Utah The Village Bank Town & Country Bank US Bank Utah Independent Bank Washington Federal Savings Wells Fargo Bank NW, N.A. Zions First National Bank Apartment Realty Advisors Bettilyon Realty Company Capstone Property Management, L.C. CBRE Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT Hamilton Partners IPG Commercial Mountain West Retail/Investment NAI WEST Commercial Real Estate Pentad Properties, Inc. Boyer Company, The Alliance Credit Union Alpine Credit Union America First Credit Union American United Family Of Credit Unions Associated Federal Employees Box Elder County Chevron West Cyprus Credit Union Deseret First Credit Union Eastern Utah Community

American Fork Ogden Salt Lake City Logan Provo Salt Lake City Provo Salt Lake City Layton Salt Lake City Heber Gunnison Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Woods Cross Salt Lake City Orem Cedar City St. George St. George Salt Lake City Salina Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Park City Murray Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Ogden Orem Riverdale Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Brigham City Woods Cross West Jordan Salt Lake City Price

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Credit Union Credit Union Credit Union Credit Union Credit Union Credit Union Credit Union Credit Union Credit Union Credit Union Credit Union Credit Union Credit Union Credit Union Credit Union Credit Union Credit Union Higher Education Higher Education Higher Education Higher Education Higher Education Higher Education Higher Education Higher Education Higher Education Higher Education Higher Education Higher Education Higher Education Higher Education Higher Education Higher Education Higher Education Higher Education Higher Education Higher Education Hospital Hospital Hospital Hospital Hospital Hospital Hospital Hospital Hospital Hospital

Goldenwest Federal Credit Union Granite Credit Union Health Care Credit Union Horizon Credit Union Jordan Credit Union Members First Mountain America Credit Union Nebo SummitOne Credit Union TransWest Credit Union University First Federal Credit Union USU Charter Federal Credit Union Utah Community Credit Union Utah First Federal Credit Union Utah Power Credit Union Wasatch Peaks Credit Union Weber State Credit Union Argosy University Brigham Young University Broadview University Columbia College Dixie State College Eagle Gate College Group Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Roseman University of Health Sciences Salt Lake Community College Snow College Southern Utah University University of Phoenix University of Utah Utah College of Applied Technology (UCAT) Utah State University Utah State University-College of Eastern Utah Utah Valley University Weber State University Webster University-Hill Air Force Base Campus Westminster College Alta View Hospital American Fork Hospital Ashley Regional Medical Center Bear River Valley Hospital Beaver Valley Hospital Brigham City Hospital Castleview Hospital Davis Hospital & Medical Center Delta Community Medical Center Dixie Regional Medical Center

Ogden Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Farmington Sandy Brigham City West Jordan Springville Ogden Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Logan Provo Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Ogden Ogden Draper Provo West Jordan Murray St. George Salt Lake City Hill Air Force Base South Jordan Salt Lake City Ephraim Cedar City Murray Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Logan Price Orem Ogden Hill Air Force Base Salt Lake City Sandy Americak Fork Vernal Tremonton Beaver Brigham City Price Layton Delta St. George

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HealthSouth Rehabilitation Center Hunstman Cancer Hospital Intermountain Medical Center Jordan Valley Hospital Lakeview Hospital LDS Hospital Logan Regional Hospital McKay-Dee Medical Center Mountain View Hospital Ogden Regional Medical Center Orem Community Hospital Park City Medical Center Pioneer Valley Hospital Primary Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Medical Center Riverton Hospital Salt Lake Regional Medical Center South Davis Community Hospital St. Markâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hospital Timpanogos Regional Hospital TOSH - The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital University of Utah Hospital University of Utah Neuropsychiatric Institute Utah Valley Regional Medical Center Valley View Medical Center Veterans Affairs Salt Lake City Health Care System 1-800 PackRat Chapman Richards & Associates, Inc. Coldwell Banker Residential CORT Furniture Rental Liberty Homes Prudential Utah Real Estate Alpine Beaver Box Elder Cache Canyons Carbon Daggett Davis Duchesne Emery Garfield Grand Granite Iron Jordan Juab

Sandy Salt Lake City Murray West Jordan Bountiful Salt Lake City Logan Ogden Payson Ogden Orem Park City West Valley Salt Lake City Riverton Salt Lake City Bountiful Salt Lake City Orem Murray Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Provo Cedar City Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Sandy Salt Lake City Sandy Salt Lake City American Fork Beaver Brigham City Logan Sandy Price Manila Farmington Duchesne Huntington Panguitch Moab Salt Lake City Cedar City West Jordan Nephi

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Kane Logan City Millard Morgan Murray City Nebo North Sanpete North Summit Ogden City Park City Piute Provo City Rich Salt Lake City San Juan Sevier South Sanpete South Summit Tintic Tooele Uintah Wasatch Washington Wayne Weber

Kanab Logan Delta Morgan Murray Spanish Fork Mt. Pleasant Coalville Ogden Park City Junction Provo Rich Salt Lake City Blanding Richfield Manti Kamas Eureka Tooele Vernal Heber City St. George Bicknell Ogden

435-644-2555 435-755-2300 435-864-1000 801-829-3411 801-264-7400 801-354-7400 435-462-2485 435-336-5654 801-737-7300 435-645-5600 435-577-2912 801-374-4800 435-793-2135 801-578-8599 435-678-1211 435-896-8214 435-835-2261 435-783-4301 435-433-6363 435-833-1900 435-781-3100 435-654-0280 435-673-3553 435-425-3813 801-476-7800

Advertising Listing Bateman Law . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Bear Lake Convention & Visitors Bureau . 73 Bingham Canyon Copper Mine . . . . . 93 Cache Valley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 CBRE Commerical Real Estate . . . . . 27 Century Link . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 City Creek Living . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 City Creek Mall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 City of Murray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 City of Provo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 City of South Jordan . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Daybreak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Dixie State College . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Edwards Life Science . . . . . . . . . . 51 EMC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Ernst and Young . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Garbett Homes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 GOED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 HealthInsight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce . . . 93 Hoopes Vision . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 IM Flash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

La Caille . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Mountain America Credit Union . . . . 29 Mountain Medical . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Nelson Labs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Novell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Outlets at Traverse Mountains . . . . . 77 Park City HBA – Showcase of Homes . 83 Porsche Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Questar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Red Ledges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 Remax The Daily Group . . . . . . . . . 82 Richmond American Homes . . . . . . . 3 Rio Tinto . . . . . . . . . . INSIDE BACK Rocky Mountain Power . . . . . . . . . 57 Roseman University . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Ruth Chris Steak House . . . . . . . . . 94 Ruths Diner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Salt Lake Airport . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Salt Lake Community College . . . . . . 39 Scheels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Select Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Shriners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

Solutionreach . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Southern Utah Univeristy . . . . . . 35 St. Regis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 St. Mark’s Hospital . . . . . . . . . . 42 Strong Audi Porsche Volkswagen . 13 Trolley Square . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Uintah County Travel & Toursim . . 75 University of Phoenix . . INSIDE FRONT University of Utah Ortho Center . . 48 Usana Health Sciences . . . . . BACK UTA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Utah Catholic Schools . . . . . . . . 1 Utah Festival Opera . . . . . . . . . 51 Utah Healthscape . . . . . . . . . . 61 Utah’s Independent Schools . . . . . 37 Varian Medical . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Visitor Activities — LDS Church . . 65 Watson Labs . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Wells Fargo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 Zions Bank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15


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Digital Financial Group is a TRULY LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED merchant services provider that can help you with all your payment processing needs. Supporting local businesses through low-cost processing solutions and local hands on support is one of our greatest strengths. Please check us out at www.digitalfg.com | 1-866-55 SWIPE (1-866-557-9473)

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INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY COMPANY Provides Maintenance, Repair, Operations and Production (MROP) materials for multiple industries, including manufacturing, energy, utilities, mining, government, and construction. We have been serving communities across the Intermountain Region since 1916 and have seven locations in Utah, Wyoming and Nevada to serve our customers. Industrial Supply offers customized solutions that enable customers to increase productivity and efficiently manage inventory.


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Business Resource Guide: Intermountain Healthcare is a Utah-based nonprofit system of 22 hospitals, 185 clinics, a Medical Group with 900 employed physicians, a health plans division called SelectHealth, and other health services. Intermountain is widely recognized as a leader in clinical quality improvement and healthcare information systems. For more information, visit www.IntermountainHealthcare.org

Public Media for Utah and Beyond KUER is a public radio station licensed to the University of Utah featuring a mix of NPR, BBC, KUER News and RadioWest. KUER broadcasts to nearly 200,000 weekly listeners statewide on FM, HD, and streaming live at kuer.org.

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LAYTON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

Layton Construction has been building Utah for six decades. Its work includes many of Utahâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s premiere commercial structures, hospitals, office buildings, manufacturing facilities, athletic stadiums, correctional institutions, retail establishments and religious edifices. Layton builds lasting relationships with its customers by understanding and exceeding customer expectations through open communication, innovation and integrity. www.laytonconstruction.com

LES OLSON COMPANY is the one place for all your document needs! Since 1956, Les Olson Company has provided local businesses with quality document equipment, backed by unbeatable service and support. We proudly offer Sharp multi-function copiers, HP desktop printers, HP large-format printers, Sharp digital presentation boards and document management software. www.LESOLSON.com 800-365-8804 3244 South 300 West, Salt Lake City, Utah 84115

The Living Planet Aquarium The Living Planet Aquarium is the only place in Utah you can explore the underwater world of the ocean, discover the native and endemic species of Utah The Living Planetthe Aquarium and learn about rainforest The The Living Living Planet PlanetAquarium Aquariumof South America. Exhibits feature sharks, seahorses, Sea jellies, piranha, River otters, a rescued Green sea turtle and Gentoo penguins! The Living Planet Aquarium is the only place in Utah you can explore the The TheLiving Living Planet Planet Aquarium isis the theonly onlyplace place ininUtah Utah you can canexplore explore the the underwater world ofAquarium the ocean, discover the native andyou endemic species of Utah (801) 355-fish (3474) underwater underwater world world of ofthe theocean, ocean, discover discover the thenative native and andendemic endemicsharks, species speciesseahorses, ofofUtah Utah and learn about the rainforest of South America. Exhibits feature info@thelivingplanet.com and and learn learn about about the the rainforest rainforest of of South South America. America. Exhibits Exhibits feature feature sharks, sharks, seahorses, seahorses, Sea jellies, piranha, River otters, a rescued Green sea turtle and Gentoo penguins! www.thelivingplanet.com Sea Seajellies, jellies,piranha, piranha,River Riverotters, otters,a arescued rescuedGreen Greensea seaturtle turtleand andGentoo Gentoopenguins! penguins!


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Verisk Health We drive performance in the business of healthcare. By combining clinical and analytics expertise with advanced technology and services, we help payers, employers and providers solve complex problems with measurable results.

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ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR & DESIGN/BUILD COMPANY SUPPORTING THE INTERMOUNTAIN WEST Wasatch Electric has been a full service electrical contractor since 1919. We are a wholly owned subsidiary of EMCOR Group, Inc., the world’s leading provider of mechanical and electrical construction and facilities services. Over the past 94 years, Wasatch Electric has been built on a commitment to our customers, our employees, and the communities we serve. www.wasatchelectric.com • 801.487.4511


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Utah’s National Rankings #1

“Best State for Business and Careers” by Forbes (2010-2012)

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“Best State for Future Livability” by Gallup Healthways Well-Being Index (Sep. 2012)

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“Expected Economic Recovery & Economic Outlook” for the fifth year in a row by American Legislative Exchange Council – ALEC (2007-2012)

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“Best Business Climate” by Business Facilities (Aug. 2011)

#1 Provo

“The Best Places for Business and Careers” by Forbes (June 2012)

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“America’s Top States for Business 2012” by CNBC (July 2012)

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“The Next Boom States” by U.S. Chamber of Commerce (June 2012)

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“Job Growth” by U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (Mar. 2012)

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“Happiest Cities for Job-Seeking College Grads” by Forbes & CareerBliss.com (May 2012)

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“The 10 Best Cities for Public Transportation” – Salt Lake City by USNews.com (Feb. 2011)

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“Overall Economic Health” by U.S. Census Bureau of Economic Analysis (Jan. 2012)

Salt Lake #6, Provo #9, Ogden #15; among small cities Logan #1 “Annual Review of U.S. Best Performing Cities” by Milken Institute (Dec. 2011)


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