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Table of Contents Chamber President’s Message............................................3 Chamber Board Members....................................................4 New Chamber Name............................................................5 2018 Chamber Awards.........................................................6 2018 Businesses of the Month............................................. 7 2019 Chamber Events Calendar...........................................8 2018 Business of the Year   Outlets at Traverse Mountain..........................................9 Chamber Organizaions & Resources................................. 10 Valley Visioning....................................................................12 Chamber Golf Benefit......................................................... 14 Lehi City Mayor’s Message................................................ 16 Lehi Economic Development..............................................17 Butterfly Biosphere............................................................ 18 MTECH Groundbreaking....................................................20 Saratoga Springs Mayor’s Message.................................. 22 Saratoga Springs Economic Development....................... 23 FatCats................................................................................24 Chamber Membership Directory.......................................26

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Chamber President’s Message When I was a boy, I would often walk through the fields of Highland to school. This gave my friends and I about 30 minutes to talk and have fun along the way. Instead of walking through neighborhoods and busy streets, our journey took us through open fields with grazing cattle. I didn’t think much about it at the time, but looking back now I realize how precious those memories are. That was 40 years ago, and things have certainly changed. Highland and the rest of northern Utah County have and will continue to experience tremendous growth for many years to come. You may have heard it is anticipated that by the year 2065, Utah County will add 1 million additional residents to its population. Of that growth, 85 percent will be internal, meaning our children and their children will want to live, work and play here. As residents and stakeholders in our communities, we have an unprecedented opportunity to get involved and offer our ideas and share concerns on how best we would like to see this growth happen. As a chamber of commerce, we are highly involved in this process. We are helping to facilitate community meetings where residents have been able to get involved and collaborate with their elected officials. All the input thus far has been extremely helpful. In all the feedback received, six areas of interest have risen to the top of the list: Workforce and Education, Housing, Air Quality, Traffic, Water, and Agriculture and Open Space. Within each of these categories, the top priorities are being discussed and identified. Starting this fall and continuing through the summer of 2020, public workshops will be held for residents across Utah County to share additional feedback and vote on their preferred scenarios. This information will be shared with the county, cities and various entities around the state. Your feedback will literally help shape the future of our great valley and communities. As the upcoming dates become available, we’ll share this information with the media so you can plan to be in attendance. We have partnered with seven other chambers in Utah County and Envision Utah on this project in order to ensure its success. As your local chamber, we are invested in your success and want to be there to help you every step

of the way. We pride ourselves in being your partner and offering many programs and events that are designed to help you grow your business. Our membership plans were designed with your needs in mind and are consequently very affordable for virtually every size of budget. You cannot find this level of value with any other business organization. I hope you’ll consider giving us a chance to help you grow your business. Mark R Welcker President & CEO Point of the Mountain Chamber of Commerce Contact us for more information: 801-901-6664 info@thepointchamber.com www.thepointchamber.com

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Chamber Board Members Chamber Executive Board Members

Governing Board Members

Nick Anderson Bank of America

Carmen Zapata Hyatt - Provo

Allie Canaday

Costco

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory

Marlin Eldred

Aaron Goodrich

Craig Peterson Central Bank Clay Christensen Mountainland Technical College

Peter Jay

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Kent Loosle Mountain Point Medical Center

Kevin Chacon

Lehi City Liaison

Dave Johnson

America First Credit Union

Curtis McGee

Saratoga City Liaison

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Teri Sunderland

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New Chamber Status

Chamber has new name, new focus In February, during its annual Installation Banquet, the Lehi Area Chamber of Commerce made a major announcement: it was changing its name and its focus. The chamber is now known as the Point of the Mountain Chamber of Commerce, and it is moving forward with a mission to advocate for and support business in the entire Point of the Mountain area, including communities in northern Utah County and southern Salt Lake County. “We needed to move to something bigger and better to accommodate the growth that’s taking place and what is being said nationally about the state,” said Carmen Zapata, who is serving as chair of the chamber’s executive board during 2019. The change has been in discussion for about five years, with the chamber’s governing board beginning active work on toward making the change last year. “One of the main reasons why that came about is because we wanted to have our chamber be more of a representation of what north Utah County is,” Zapata said. While chambers of commerce have often been known as supporting a specific city, the Point of the Mountain chamber’s goal is to serve and represent its members, wherever they may be located. “We needed to find a brand that can represent multiple city alliances, businesses and communities,” Zapata said. The chamber is emphasizing that membership is open to anyone with an interest in business in the Point of the Mountain area. Membership options are available for every type of business, from multimillion-dollar companies to home offices. “We feel that if you have a business in your basement, you’re equally as important to our life as a chamber as an Xactware,” Zapata said. Ultimately, the new chamber is about offering a chance for members to network and collaborate together. “It’s north Utah County, it’s Utah Valley, it’s Utah, it’s what we’re about,” Zapata said. “We’re about being there for each other, even if it’s a last minute call for a ribbon cutting and a grand opening.” The cities of Lehi and Saratoga Springs are currently members of the Point of the Mountain chamber, and if other cities would like to join, they are welcome, she said. The chamber places no restrictions on either cities or businesses to expand their reach. “This has been a formula that has worked for other chambers of commerce in Utah,” Zapata said. “We want to be accessible to multiple cities if they want to join

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multiple chambers.” Zapata encouraged all those interested to join the chamber and become involved. For more information about the Point of the Mountain Chamber of Commerce, visit www.thepointchamber. com or call the chamber at 801-901-6664.

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2018 Chamber Award Winners

New Business of the Year First Colony Mortgage

Excellence in Marketing Thanksgiving Point

Marie Hutchings Chamber Person of the Year Kelly Stone MTEC Custom Fit

Chamber Business of the Year Outlets at Traverse Mountain

Mayor’s Awards Lehi City Jack and Jill’s Bowling Saratoga Springs City Smith’s Marketplace Kent Loosle Mountain Point Medical Center 6 • Point of the Mountain Chamber • 2019


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2019 Chamber Events Calendar Connect 4 Lunch monthly networking meetings: January – December Executive Board meetings: January – December Governing Board meetings: January – December Point of the Mountain Golf Committee meetings: January – December Utah Ignite Steering Committee meetings: January – December Ambassadors Committee meetings: January – December Executive Round Table: January, June, September, November Valley Visioning meetings: January, April Saratoga Springs Business Alliance meetings: February, May, August, October Point of the Mountain Chamber State of the Cities Address: January Pancakes & Politics: February Point of the Mountain Chamber Annual Awards and Board Installation Banquet: February Multi-Chamber combined luncheons: March, May, August, November Lehi City Round Up Days: June Saratoga Springs City Splash Days: June Silicon Slopes/Point of the Mountain Chamber “Slopes Cup” Golf Tournament: June Point of the Mountain Chamber Movie Day: Fall at FatCats in Saratoga Springs Point of the Mountain Chamber Annual Golf Tournament: September Halloween on Main, Lehi: October Utah County Business Summit: November

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2018 Business of the Year

Outlets at Traverse Mountain The Outlets at Traverse Mountain in Lehi was named the Point of the Mountain Chamber of Commerce’s 2018 Business of the Year. The Outlets opened six and a half years ago and about 50 stores currently operate there. From 500 to 700 people are employed overall by its stores, depending on the season. Two additional stores opened in May: Vera Bradley Factory Outlet and Volcom. The Outlets originally opened during the holiday season — an obvious choice considering it’s the biggest shopping time of the year. However, the Outlets also went a step further and launched what has become one of its signature events: its Tree Lighting celebration. This was important because the Outlets didn’t want to merely conduct business; it wanted to be an integral part of the community, said Teri Sunderland, general manager of the Outlets at Traverse Mountain. “That was something we wanted to show our community right out of the gate, that this is something that they can expect from us. We’re here not only to offer these great brands at outlet savings, but also to offer these great events and experiences,” Sunderland said. This event, which is now an annual tradition, involves bringing a freshly cut tree measuring from 75 to 80 feet tall to the Outlets and decorating it with thousands of lights and ornaments. Santa and Mrs. Claus are on site to visit with the children. “You can see it from quite a distance because there are thousands of lights,” Sunderland said. Another popular event that draws crowds to the Outlets is a Halloween season event called Hallow-Wednesday. Treats are passed out to the children and a variety of other activities are made available such as magic shows, face painting and balloon artistry. The Outlets at Traverse Mountain strives to provide excellent customer service. The Outlets has its own staff instead of contracting with other firms for its employees, and everyone is trained how to best interact with customers as well as inform them about upcoming events and sales. “We are invested. We want everyone to have a sense of pride in their work,” Sunderland said. “We believe in having our own team. We have that ownership in what we’re each doing.” Each year, the Outlets offers a charity event called the Shopping Extravaganza. Nonprofit organizations apply each year to be part of the Extravaganza, and those selected sell tickets to the event. Ticket holders then have opportunities to access to special discounts, win gift cards

and enjoy entertainment at the Outlets. Proceeds generated through the event benefit the nonprofits. Also available is the Elite Rewards loyalty program. This rewards shoppers with a point for every dollar they spend. Points can then be redeemed for items or gift cards to spend at Outlets stores. Shoppers can also earn passes to the exclusive Outlets’ VIP Lounge. Elite Rewards members receive emails informing them of special events and sales. Those interested can sign up for the Elite Rewards program at Customer Service in the Outlets Grand Lobby. For more information, visit outletsattraversemountain.com.

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Chamber Organizations & Resources Utah Ignite Steering Committee

Chamber Ambassador Committee The Chamber Ambassador Committee is a group of chamber members who go the extra mile to welcome new chamber members, help current members become more engaged in chamber activities and honor businesses for their achievements. Committee members visit all new chamber members and assist in events such as ribbon cuttings and grand openings. At chamber events, committee members greet all members and help them get to know each other. The committee is also responsible for selecting candidates to be considered for the chamber’s Business of the Month award. Those candidates are then voted on by chamber members, and the Ambassador Committee visits the selected winner and presents the business with a plaque and banner.

The Utah Ignite Steering Committee is part of the Utah Ignite organization, which operates as a partnership between the Point of the Mountain Chamber of Commerce and US Ignite, a program under the National Science Foundation. Utah Ignite is one of about 30 Smart Gigabit Communities throughout the United States. The goal is to create “smart communities” across the country that collaborate on ideas and share knowledge for the betterment of all residents that live in those areas. A smart community can be a local city or an entire state.

Utah County Business Summit One of Utah County’s top business events, the Utah County Business Summit was launched in 2014 with the intent of providing ongoing education about best business practices to local business professionals. It has since been held every year in the fall. The summit is a half-day event beginning in the morning and ending after lunch. Critical insights are discussed and shared during the morning and attendees have the opportunity to network during lunch. Each year, the summit attracts a group of exceptional speakers who each have unique perspectives and busi-

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ness insights and inspire, direct and counsel their audience. Past speakers have included Utah Jazz CEO Greg Miller, former NFL quarterback Scott Mitchell, KSL Radio host Maria Shilaos, Overstock.com Chairman and former CEO Johnathan Johnson, and prominent entrepreneur and businessman Brandon Fugal. Businesses are also invited to showcase themselves as part of the summit’s vendor exhibition. The annual event is organized by the Point of the Mountain, American Fork and Pleasant Grove-Lindon chambers of commerce.

Connect 4 Lunch Connect 4 Lunch is a highly focused, tri-chamber, monthly networking event involving business professionals from throughout the northern Utah County area. Attendees network in groups of no more than six over lunch. These smaller group sizes allow business professionals of all types to get to know each other in a more meaningful way. Personal and professional experiences are shared and needs and ideas are discussed, all while a fantastic lunch is enjoyed. Those attending are invited to bring a door prize from their business to give away if they wish. Connect 4 Lunch is held on the third Thursday of every month at various area restaurants. It is hosted by the Point of the Mountain, American Fork and Pleasant Grove-Lindon chambers of commerce. For more information and upcoming locations, visit the Point of the Mountain chamber website at www.thepointchamber.com.

Saratoga Springs Business Alliance Business is about relationships, and the Saratoga Springs Business Alliance helps local business owners foster these relationships. The SSBA offers luncheons four times a year at the Saratoga Springs City Office Building to provide local business owners with opportunities to network freely and effectively with each other. The luncheons also feature guest speakers who discuss various topics of interest to local businesses. 2019 • Point of the Mountain Chamber • 11


Valley Visioning

Planning for future growth A series of public meetings and an online survey have identified six issues that Utah Valley residents believe are the most critical as plans are made for the area’s future. Those issues will now be used to identify potential scenarios for valley development and ultimately create a vision for the valley that cities and other entities can refer to as they move forward. The efforts are part of the Valley Visioning project, an 18-month process that began last fall. Facilitated by Envision Utah and sponsored by valley chambers of commerce as well as Brigham Young University and Utah Valley University, the project seeks to engage residents and stakeholders in a process that establishes a community-supported vision for growth in Utah County. When completed, the vision will provide a cohesive plan

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for policy makers and leaders to utilize in combating chaotic growth in the county. It will be a guide for businesses, cities, developers, private land owners and all others who have a stake in the region’s future. According to utahvalleyvisioning.org, “A vision is more than a plan; a vision mobilizes stakeholders and builds momentum toward implementation, while ensuring resident support. A vision includes economic, education, land use and transportation goals as well as broadly supported strategies to achieve those goals, all built on a solid analytical framework and on local values to achieve the desires of Utah County residents.” Considering future growth is important for Utah County as it is anticipated the county will add 1 million people to its population by 2065, 85 percent of that from internal growth. Growth pressures can lead to increased traffic congestion and air pollution, loss of farmland and open space, and the need to grow a strong economic base so that future generations can find good jobs in Utah County. “I have a son who in 2050 will be my age, and I always wonder, what will life be like for him?” said Ari Bruening, president and chief operating officer of Envision Utah. “Will he be able to get a good job, will he be able to get to the places he needs to go without sitting in traffic all the time? Will he be able to breathe clean air? Will he be able to afford a house? If we all work together and plan together, those things are more likely to turn out well for him.” The Valley Visioning project began last fall with its first phase: identifying issues and ideas through a series of “listening” workshops that surveyed residents throughout the valley. Through 12 public workshops and an online survey, six main areas of concern for residents were


Valley Visioning identified: workforce and education, housing, air quality, traffic, water, and agriculture and open space. The project is now transitioning into Phase 2, which will involve working with groups, including experts in the six critical areas, to create scenarios and model potential futures for the county. Phase 3 will involve more public meetings to evaluate the models as well as framing of the final vision. The project is expected to be completed and the final vision released in the summer of 2020. While Envision Utah is staffing the visioning effort, it is being run by Utah County stakeholders and will result in what is truly a Utah County vision. For more information, visit utahvalleyvisioning.org. Those wishing to become involved in the process can go to the website to sign up for email updates.

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Lehi City Mayor’s Message In an address at this year’s Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems conference, Natalie Gochnour identified Lehi City as “The Economic Engine of Utah.” Ms. Gochnour serves as an associate dean at the David Eccles School of Business and as director of the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute, so she certainly carries the credentials to make that identification. I am also familiar with her in her role of being a special advisor to the Point of the Mountain Commission for which I serve as a board member. This commission was established by the Utah Legislature during the 2016 General Session and has “been assigned to construct a vision of growth for the Point of the Mountain area while preserving the state’s elevated quality of life.” This worthy goal continues today. As the heart of Silicon Slopes, Lehi City continues to be recognized by many of the largest players in the software technology industry. I would also like to point out that our city offers much more than a great place to foster a successful business. It is a fantastic place to live and raise a family. Our average annual household income exceeds $83,000, and there are plenty of educational and recreational resources to keep your family entertained and

active. Our city and mountainous region have an excellent array of trails and outdoor possibilities that are rarely available in most areas across our country but are easily accessible here. City activities are frequent and are enjoyable to all that participate. Many sporting opportunities — as a player or spectator — can easily be found in and around our great community. I encourage you to look hard at Lehi City. We have a great heritage and I can say with all sincerity, we are “Pioneering Utah’s Future.” Mark Johnson Lehi City Mayor

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Lehi Economic Development What makes Lehi a great place to live and do business? Local residents know the secret sauce — family, values and heritage. But now, Lehi has been found, and growth is inevitable. In fact, Lehi was the seventh-fastest growing city in the state in 2018 with the addition of nearly 3,000 residents. Estimates calculate that Lehi’s population will be over 100,000 by 2030. So, why Lehi? With its central location along the Wasatch Front, it has become an employee epicenter, and with acres of available land and a growing retail base, Lehi is becoming the ideal place for business and residents. The city offers Class A office space, shopping, housing, parks and trails, beautiful scenic views and growing opportunities. The State of Utah touts Lehi as “Silicon Slopes” (likened to Silicon Valley in California) because of the many tech companies that now call Lehi home. With companies like IM Flash, Adobe, MX, Microsoft, Snapchat and so many others, Lehi is the hotbed for technology in Utah. Lehi’s convenient location allows companies to draw employment from the best universities in the state. In fact, the University of Utah is ranked top in the nation for entrepreneurial technology startup companies, and Brigham Young University is in the top five. Employers have access to the best graduates from the University of Utah, Utah Valley University and BYU. Along with business comes a growing demand in housing. Estimates show that one-third of a company’s employees will reside within the city in which the company is located. In 2018, Lehi added 1,052 new single-family homes, which is a 166 percent increase over 2017. Lehi is also seeing a surge in multi-family housing. Housing growth is expected to exceed those numbers in 2019. The final piece to economic growth is availability of goods and services. Lehi City has also seen substantial growth in retail, which has resulted in sales tax growth year after year. The Outlets at Traverse Mountain, car dealerships, numerous grocery stores, casual dining restaurants and many other businesses all contribute to Lehi’s sales tax base. Growing sales tax is a sign of a healthy economy as residents have expendable income to purchase these services. According to “Only in Your State,” Lehi is the fourthbest city to live in and is the “Best Utah Place for Young Families.” While the city is growing exponentially, all economic indicators show the growth is healthy and controlled. The key to Lehi City’s success is indeed the secret sauce — placing emphasis on family, values and heritage. Lehi City is definitely “where it’s at.” Marlin Eldred Lehi Economic Development Director 2019 • Point of the Mountain Chamber • 17


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said. This bright iridescent blue butterfly measures about 4 inches across and is found in Central and South America. These butterflies tend to fly in a group, creating a spectacular sight. “You’ll literally get a huge cloud of iridescent blue butterflies flying around each other. It’s magical,” Gezon said. Other species include owl butterflies, which have large markings on their wings that look like eyes; the Halloween butterfly, which has black and orange stripes; and swallow-tailed butterflies with longs tails on the tips of their wings. All the butterflies are brought in from tropical locations around the world, with one exception. The only Utah species released in the conservatory is the Monarch butterfly, and it only appears seasonally. These butterflies are obtained through a local source and specifically bred for the conservatory to avoid disrupting natural population numbers or migration patterns. Gezon said more than 75 percent of the biosphere butterflies are purchased from a nonprofit organization in Costa Rica, with the profits going toward habitat restoration and other conservation efforts. One of the most fascinating aspects of the conservatory is the area where visitors can watch butterflies emerge from their chrysalises. About 150 emerge every day. Although butterflies are what attract the crowds, they’re not the only animals to see and learn about at the Butterfly Biosphere. In the Discovery Zone area, 60


Butterfly Biosphere to 70 different species of “non-butterflies” are on display, from cockroaches and tarantulas to scorpions and giant walking sticks. “The overarching storyline or the purpose of the place is to try to get kids and families to look closer at the unsung heroes of biodiversity, which are bugs,” Gezon said. The Discovery Zone includes a variety of interactive exhibits such as a 7-foot “dung ball” that people can push to determine their strength. Dung beetles are the strongest animals on the planet and can push dung balls that are 1,200 times heavier than their own body weight. Every two hours, staff members do a presentation for visitors and bring out live insects so visitors can get a close-up look and even hold them if they desire. When the children are ready for some active time, they can visit the Costa Rica Climber, a 7,500-square-foot area where children can run and climb while pretending they’re scientists researching rainforest insects and habitats. Gezon said he has heard the biosphere described numerous times as one of the few areas in the state where there’s “something very entertaining for every age.” Often, older visitors will go into the conservatory and sit for a couple of hours simply watching the butterflies. Families with younger children who may be frightened by the activity of the butterflies can visit after 4 p.m. when the butterflies are less active. Pictures of the butterflies are easier to obtain at that time as well. Tickets for the Butterfly Biosphere are sold for a specific time when the visitor should arrive, but once inside, they can stay for as long as they want. “That helps ensure that there’s good guest flow and the space doesn’t feel too crowded,” Gezon said. However, walk-ins are usually able to be accommodated. Most people spend about two hours in the biosphere. Providing an opportunity for visitors to see and learn about insects will hopefully lead to greater understanding and appreciation for what they do. “Insects and their relatives, they make up about 85 percent of animals on the planet,” Gezon said. “They do so much in terms of ecosystem services. The world as we know it frankly cannot exist without the work the insects do for us every single day. Getting to know about insects is just critical to understanding the world around us.” People may tend to think they’re creepy and gross, but insect populations are declining worldwide and the creatures need love, he said. “In my opinion, showing people these beautiful, funny little animals with personalities and the important roles they play in our environment, it leads to empathy and caring, and caring leads to conservation,” Gezon said. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.thanksgivingpoint.org.

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MTECH Ground broken for MTECH building in Lehi By Braley Dodson Daily Herald Mountainland Technical College’s second building at Thanksgiving Point in Lehi is envisioned as the embodiment of Dubai, an electric Ford F-150 and Iron Man. “It’s a bright future for our students,” said Clay Christensen, president of MTECH, at a groundbreaking ceremony for the building May 3. The new buildBy Natalie Behring, Special to the Daily Herald

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ing will house trade and technology programs, including those for automated manufacturing, precision machining, automated manufacturing, diesel mechanics, welding technology, digital media, mobile development, web programming and development and information technology. The building, which will be located along the FrontRunner tracks in Lehi, will measure about 89,000 square feet and rise two stories high. It is projected to open in fall 2020. Multiple speakers spoke about the importance of trade and technical education while addressing the crowd gathered for the building’s groundbreaking. State Senator Jake Anderegg, R-Lehi, said he’d voted and pressed in the state legislature for funds for MTECH. “It was sometimes a fight,” he said. While universities have a vast alumni base to draw donations from, Anderegg said the same isn’t the case for technical colleges. He said that the state isn’t keeping pace with the trades and tech training that’s needed in Utah. “MTECH is leading the state and leading the charge with technical training,” Anderegg said. The new building was heralded as modern and adaptable. People were able to get a sneak peek of the building Friday via a virtual reality setup inside MTECH’s


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existing Lehi building. Mark Berrett, a diesel mechanics student, spoke during the ceremony about how MTECH helped him embrace education. He said high school was difficult for him because he didn’t connect with teachers and got frustrated with busywork. He enrolled in a culinary arts class at MTECH, where he found the instruction clear, concise and applicable. “I really engaged with it and it was a fantastic way of learning I’d never experienced until that point,” Berrett said. While he’s not pursuing a job in the foods industry, he said the skills came in handy while he was on a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Boston and cooked for other missionaries with few foods, spices and a tight budget. When he started the diesel mechanics program, he didn’t know how to change oil or a tire. Berrett said the new building will help with a shortage of diesel mechanics. “The prospect of this new building is exciting,” he said. Jim Evans, a trustee for the Utah System of Technical Colleges, said he’s watched over the years as people have hung their heads while saying they received training at a technical school to holding their heads high and proclaiming they attended MTECH. “There is pride in coming here,” Evans said. 2019 • Point of the Mountain Chamber • 21


Saratoga Springs Mayor’s Message So much progress has occurred in Saratoga Springs, and it is only continuing to move forward. On April 19, the City of Saratoga Springs held the grand opening for our new 30-acre baseball complex, Patriot Park. Approximately 3,000 residents and guests attended the ribbon-cutting event, which included a military flag ceremony, activities for families, fireworks and the inaugural game with Saratoga Springs’ Public Safety versus Camp Williams. Our new police station and court building is also underway and will be complete at the beginning of 2020. This beautiful new facility sits directly adjacent to Patriot Park and is the first phase of a 26-acre municipal campus with an eventual new library, city hall and the availability of a recreation center if voted for by our residents. Between existing parks, Patriot Park, the municipal campus and land options, the city is looking at the potential for a 150-acre central park and municipal campus with the grandest views in the valley of Utah Lake and Mt. Timpanogos. Transportation improvements in Saratoga Springs are also moving forward with the Mountain View Corridor connection from SR-73 to 2100 North and I-15 nearing completion this June. This connection is the first phase of a multi-faceted interchange that will provide a whole

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new means of transportation to alleviate congestion through Saratoga Springs and provide a long-overdue alternate route to the bottleneck on I-15. Likewise, the Redwood Road widening project and Continuous Flow Intersection at Redwood Road and Pioneer Crossing will be complete at the end of summer 2019, providing additional relief to east-west congestion as well as north-south traffic through the City of Saratoga Springs. This growth is continuing to attract businesses to our community such as FatCats, which should be complete in late June. This is only the beginning of more great announcements just around the corner. Our community is excited to welcome this commercial growth and the several new businesses coming to town. Mayor Jim Miller City of Saratoga Springs


Saratoga Springs Economic Development Year after year, Saratoga Springs is one of the top cities in the state for growth based on the sheer volume of building permits issued annually. The Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development identified Saratoga Springs as the fastest-growing city in the state from 2000 to 2010 at 1,672.8 percent. This trend has only continued with an average household size of 4.25. The city’s current population growth is far ahead of prior projections with more than 650 new residential units and 2,700 new residents every year. This continued growth will translate into an 80 percent population increase over the next 10 years or 60,000 total residents. As the city continues to grow, Saratoga Springs is working with commercial developers and brokers to tell its story and show them the unique dynamic of Saratoga Springs and the surrounding region. Our ability to tell this story plays a significant role in getting those big-box stores and other commercial developments that we know residents want. Among many factors, three important items play an important role in telling our story: 1. Location, location, location. 2. How many people live within the trade area to support the retailers? 3. How do people get to these retailers? To help tell this story, Saratoga Springs is working collaboratively with the state and regional agencies that affect the economic viability of our community. For example, the Utah Department of Transportation has begun work on significant transportation projects in Saratoga Springs and our neighboring cities, most of which will be complete this summer. These projects include a two-phased widening of Redwood Road down the entire expanse of the city, a Continuous Flow Intersection at Redwood Road and Pioneer Crossing, and an extension of 2100 North from I-15 to SR-73. The 2100 North extension is just the start of an expanded freeway system in the area. What does all of this residential and transportation growth mean for economic development in Saratoga Springs? It means more retailers and commercial developers are turning their eyes to Saratoga Springs. We have seen momentum from the University of Utah and Intermountain Healthcare concept plans, Smith’s Marketplace, FatCats, Noodles & Company, a Crumbl Cookies and great restaurants like El Mexiquense, Costa Vida, Seven Brothers, Mod Pizza, Red 8 Bistro and more. The recent progress Saratoga Springs has experienced in economic development is just the start of several great things on the horizon. The city is working with developers to help provide more amenities and hopes to make several more great announcements in the coming year.

In all, this means our residents will have more great places where they can go out and eat, have fun with their families and enjoy the community they live in. David S. Johnson, MPA Economic Development & Public Relations Director City of Saratoga Springs

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FatCats

FatCats to open biggest entertainment location ever in Saratoga Springs FatCats, the all-in-one entertainment specialist, is about to open its largest and most ambitious fun center yet — in Saratoga Springs.

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The 61,000-square-foot facility will house eight firstrun movie theaters — all filled with luxury reclining seating — as well as 20 lanes of bowling and a state-of-theart arcade. Construction began on the building last June. “We’ve never built something of this magnitude,” said Trevor Cannon, marketing manager for FatCats. Located at 212 W. Pioneer Crossing, the Saratoga Springs FatCats is the company’s seventh location and the fourth within Utah. An exact date for its opening hasn’t been set, but Cannon said a formal grand opening event should be happening sometime in late June. Before then, staff will be trained to make sure they are ready as excitement for the new entertainment center is high, and FatCats anticipates it will be a big opening. “We want to come out of the gate really well,” he said. Currently, Saratoga Springs residents must drive to Thanksgiving Point or American Fork to go to a movie. With the opening of FatCats, residents will have easier access to movie theaters as well as a wide variety of activities all under one roof. The activities will include virtual reality games, where players will be able to choose from 30 to 40 games before being immersed in a virtual world, and glow golf, a nine-hole miniature golf course played in the dark. FatCats Saratoga Springs will also feature a cafe serving pizza, sandwiches and salads as well as three party rooms that can be rented for events. “The biggest reasons we chose Saratoga is one, there’s not many competitors out there, but it is also one of the most booming little cities in Utah,” Cannon said. The new facility’s location is right in the center of town,


Fat Cats and with the FatCats corporate offices located in Lehi, the Saratoga Springs location “will almost be like our home store,” he said. The first two FatCats fun centers were opened in 2001 in Provo and Salt Lake City by owners Dave Rutter and Sean Collins. Their goal was to offer a family-friendly atmosphere and good food, things bowling alleys weren’t known for at the time. A third location was soon opened in Ogden, then an additional location was purchased in Westminster, Colorado. The next purchase — a location in Rexburg, Idaho — would change all the FatCats fun centers that came after it. The difference? The Rexburg location had a movie theater. Cannon said owning a theater made FatCats begin considering the fact that bowling tends to be a seasonal activity; people generally bowl more in the winter and want to be outside in the summer. Movies, however, are popular year-round. “Every location moving forward now is built with theaters,” Cannon said. The company’s sixth location was opened in Gilbert, Arizona, in June of 2015. Property has already been purchased and development begun for the next FatCats, which will be located in Mesa, Arizona. Cannon said FatCats defines itself as a family entertainment center, but it offers activities and enjoyment for all ages. “FatCats is awesome because we really don’t have a demographic, we cater from age 2 all the way to 85,” Cannon said. As a “one-stop shop,” the hope is that patrons will spend two to three hours at FatCats. “This should be a spot where you hang out. It should be your Friday, Saturday plans,” he said. Like other FatCats locations, the Saratoga Springs FatCats will offer a loyalty membership program through which members can earn points for purchases and later redeem the points for prizes as well as enjoy $5 movies on Mondays. “We’re here for the community … and we want this location to be theirs,” Cannon said.

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Chamber Membership Directory A Mad Mans Hobby Store 127 E. State Street Lehi, UT 84043 801-766-9185

Alpine Kids Dentistry 1030 S. 1100 W., Suite B Lehi, UT 84043 801-377-5437

BBSI 1423 S. State Street Orem, UT 84097 801-404-5020

Care-A-Lot Home Care LLC 80 E. Heron Ct. Saratoga Springs, UT 84045 801-706-4394

Abbington Manor Assisted Living Center 215 N. Center Street Lehi, UT 84043 801-768-3900

America First Credit Union 1420 N. Commerce Drive Saratoga Springs, UT 84045 801-223-7932

Best Vinyl Fence & Deck LLC 525 S. 850 E. Lehi, UT 84043 801-356-2233

Carr Physical Therapy & Sport Performance 3281 N. 1120 E. Lehi, UT 84043 801-647-8511

Big D Construction 1788 W. 200 N. Lindon, UT 84042 801-415-6000

Central Bank 475 E. Main Lehi, UT 84043 801-655-2200

Birch Creek Homes LLC 11548 S. Chapel Rim Way South Jordan, UT 84095 801-674-2721

Central Bank 525 W. Sunrise Way Lehi, UT 84043 801-808-3484

Black Hat Media 1812 S. 450 W. Lehi, UT 84043 801-510-0699

Century Communities 2989 Maple Loop Drive, Suite 110 Lehi, UT 84043 801-679-4482

ABC Great Beginnings 1821 N. Redwood Rd. Saratoga Springs, UT 84045 801-628-4073 Ace Rents Inc. 9569 N. Mount Airey Drive Eagle Mountain, UT 84005 801-341-1366 Adobe 3900 Adobe Way Lehi, UT 84043 385-345-2836 Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services 3400 N. Ashton Blvd., Suite 105 Lehi, UT 84043 801-331-8489

American Fork Modern Dentistry and Orthodontics 945 W. 500 N., Suite 106 American Fork, UT 84003 801-756-5643 Anderson Engineering Co. Inc. 2053 N. Hillcrest Road Saratoga Springs, UT 84045 801-972-6222 Ascent Luxury Transportation 219 W. 4680 S. Salt Lake City, UT 84107 801-263-9606 Assured Direct Mail 380 E. Main Street, Suite D1 Lehi, UT 84043 801-331-6400

Advanced Rooter and Drain Service LLC 4084 Montego Drive Saratoga Springs, UT 84045 801-884-6516

Athletic Republic-Lehi 247 S. Millpond Drive, Suite 500 Lehi, UT 84043 801-692-1368

Aero Dynamic Jets 1180 N. 600 W. Pleasant Grove, UT 84062 801-592-9989

Auntie Anne’s 3700 Cabela’s Blvd. Lehi, UT 84043 385-336-8373

Aldara Apartment 1256 N. Commerce Drive Saratoga Springs, UT 84045 801-766-9050

Bank of American Fork (Lehi) 712 E. Main Street Lehi, UT 84043 801-766-1000

Allmedi 2577 N. 3550 W. Lehi, UT 84043 385-484-8200 Alphagraphics Utah County 310 N. 850 E. Lehi, UT 84043 801-653-2428 Alpine Homes 10705 S. Jordan Gateway, Suite 150 South Jordan, UT 84095 801-838-9990

Bank of American Fork (Saratoga Springs) 1543 N. Redwood Road Saratoga Springs, UT 84045 801-642-3935 Bank of the West 142 E. 200 S. Salt Lake City, UT 84111 801-885-9663 Batteries Plus Bulbs 770 E. Main Street, Suite E Lehi, UT 84043 801-341-8725

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BlenderBottle Company 250 S. 850 E. Lehi, UT 84043 801-235-9448 Bona Vita Italian Bistro 3700 Cabelas Blvd., Suite 355 Lehi, UT 84043 801-901-1955 Born 2 Dance 7113 Pawnee Road Eagle Mountain, UT 84005 801-385-2715 Bottega 2912 Executive Parkway Lehi, UT 84003 208-340-0629 Buffalo Wild Wings 92 N. 1200 E. Lehi, UT 84043 801-766-8402 C&R Restaurant Management McDonalds 8289 S. 4300 W. West Jordan, UT 84088 801-280-9299 Cafe Rio Mexican Grill 1851 W. Traverse Parkway Lehi, UT 84043 Camp Floyd State Park 18035 W. 1540 N. Fairfield, UT 84013 801-768-8932

Chick-fil-A 3470 N. Digital Drive Lehi, UT 84043 801-341-0269 Club Pilates - Lehi 1881 W. Traverse Parkway, Suite B Lehi, UT 84043 801-707-5150 Coconut Cove 496 E. 1750 N., Suite C Vineyard, UT 84057 801-704-5567 Comcast Business 9602 S. 300 W. Sandy, UT 84070 801-401-3262 Complete Restoration 1342 W. 200 S. Lindon, UT 84042 801-224-2400 Core Fit Studio 305 S. 850 E., Unit 101B Lehi, UT 84043 801-901-8838 Costa Vida 3451 Triumph Blvd., Suite 105 Lehi, UT 84043 650-219-9004 Costco 198 N. 1200 E. Lehi, UT 84043 801-653-2718


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Courtyard Marriott Lehi 2801 W. Club House Drive Lehi, UT 84043 801-768-1174 Covington Senior Living of Lehi 301 N. 1200 E. Lehi, UT 84043 385-484-8899 Cresthaven Luxury Apartments 4151 N. Traverse Mountain Blvd. Lehi, UT 84043 801-901-1919

DreamVacations-Travis Carlton & Makell Carlton 1321 E. 1500 N. Lehi, UT 84043 801-361-4378 Dry Creek Physical Therapy & Wellness 3300 N. Running Creek Way, Bldg. B, Suite 150 Lehi, UT 84043 801-574-8936 EDGEhomes 13702 S. 200 W. Draper, UT 84020 801-494-0150

Cyclebar Saratoga Springs 1453 Annie Lace Way Draper, UT 84020 801-631-4339

Edward Jones 1930 W. 900 N. Lehi, UT 84043 801-341-8693

Cyprus Credit Union 74 W. State Road 73 Saratoga Springs, UT 84043 801-260-7600 x2201

Elwood Staffing 1256 S. State #101 Orem, UT 84097 801-225-1010

Daily Herald 86 N. University Ave. Provo, UT 84601 801-344-2538

ERA Brokers Consolidated 2901 N. Ashton Blvd., #102 Lehi, UT 84043 801-341-0909

Damsel in Defense 563 W. 2100 N. Lehi, UT 84043 801-361-7113

Erin Mehle-Century 21 Everest 1282 N. 1300 E. Lehi, UT 84043 801-888-9122

DC Painting & Wall Coverings LLC 1411 Raptor Road Eagle Mountain, UT 84005 801-702-3586 Dennis V. Dahle Law 1797 N. 1400 E. Lehi, UT 84043 801-793-1698 Direct Communications 3726 E. Campus Drive, Suite A Eagle Mountain, UT 84005 801-789-2801 DL Preparedness Solutions LLC 75 E. 400 N. Lehi, UT 84043 209-497-2233 Dow Tax & Accounting PLLC 3688 E. Campus Drive, Suite 240 Eagle Mountain, UT 84005 801-753-8540

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Gene Peterson Concrete 2002 W. 1500 N. Lehi, UT 84043 Genesis Ice Cream TM dba Sub Zero Nitrogen Ice Cream 1873 W. Traverse Parkway, Suite E Lehi, UT 84043 801-341-8179 GioDesign IT Solutions 2161 E. Hickock Way Eagle Mountain, UT 84005 800-871-3494 Glen Ricks Photography 424 W. Main American Fork, UT 84003 801-756-8824 Goldenwest Credit Union 760 E. Main Lehi, UT 84043 801-878-3055 H&R Block 1791 W. Traverse Parkway Lehi, UT 84043 801-756-4612

Hammond & Miller Realty Group 1243 W. 1800 N. Pleasant Grove, UT 84062 801-836-6536 Hampton Inn 3576 Ashton Blvd. Lehi, UT 84043 801-766-1186 Health Plus Clinic Inc. 61 W. 3200 N., Suite C Lehi, UT 84043 385-352-0404 Helpside 395 W. 600 N. Lindon, UT 84020 801-473-7879 Hess Corporate Travel 150 N. Main Bountiful, UT 84010 801-292-8687 Hilton Garden Inn 3150 N. Hotel Loop Lehi, UT 84043 801-341-6333 Holiday Inn Express 933 E. 1910 S., Suite 102 Provo, UT 84606 801-763-8500 Holiday Inn Express & Suites Lehi 3701 N. Ashton Blvd. Lehi, UT 84043 385-336-8384 Home2 Suites by Hilton/ Hampton Inn-Lehi 3051 W. Club House Drive Lehi, Ut 84043 801-753-5430 Homewood Suites by Hilton 473 W. 13490 S. Draper, UT 84020 801-509-7006 Hoyer Law Firm 51 E. Main Lehi, UT 84043 801-901-0797 Hutch’s Home Furnishings 50 E. Main Lehi, UT 84043 801-768-3461 Hutchings Museum 55 N. Center Lehi, UT 84045 801-768-7361


Hyatt Place Provo 180 W. 100 N. Provo, UT 84602 801-609-2060

Jiffy Lube 116 S. 850 E. Lehi, UT 84043 801-592-1070

Lehi Block Company 2303 N. 1200 W. Lehi, UT 84043 801-768-8401

Maloy PR 283 E. 500 N. Lehi, UT 84043 801-319-7900

Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/ Lehi 3700 N. Outlet Parkway Lehi, UT 84043 385-345-8304

Jiffy Lube 253 S. Orem Blvd. Orem, UT 84058 801-210-2779

Lehi City 153 N. 100 E. Lehi, UT 84043 801-768-7100

Mark Madsen-State Senator 801-538-1035

Jones Tax & Accounting P.O. Box 446 Lehi, UT 84043 801-554-7596

Lehi Country Bakery 172 W. Main Lehi, UT 84043 801-768-9544

Mathnasium of Saratoga Springs/For Life Learning 617 N. Redwood Road, Suite 100 Saratoga Springs, UT 84045 801-274-2762

Jordan River Commission P.O. Box 526081 Salt Lake City, UT 84152-6082 801-536-4158

Lehi Free Press 29 N. 100 W. Lehi, UT 84083 801-766-8914

McNeil Printing 1189 S. 1480 W. Orem, UT 84058 801-221-2555

Jordyn-Berlin 113 S. 600 E., Suite D Lehi, UT 84043 801-901-6947

Lehi Oral Surgery 2961 Maple Loop Drive, Suite 130 Lehi, UT 84043 801-901-6388

Medallus Medical 2450 W. Executive Parkway Lehi, UT 84043 801-810-7058

ICO Ridge 3315 N. Center Lehi, UT 84043 801-407-6842 Iguana Inks & Toner 2044 W. 1900 S., 252 N. University Ave. Provo, UT 84664 801-687-4657 IM Flash 4000 N. Flash Drive Lehi, UT 84043 801-767-4245 Insurance 3618 E. Clear Rock Road J1 Eagle Mountain, UT 84005 891-310-2856 Intermountain Healthcare American Fork Hospital 170 N. 1100 E. American Fork, UT 84003 801-368-4157 iPro Realty, Renee Arnell agent 1443 W. 800 N., Suite 201 Orem, UT 84057 801-380-1530 Ivory Homes 978 Woodoak Lane Salt Lake City, UT 84117

Kay J. Christofferson-State Representative 801-592-5709 KickAdz Inc. 2975 W. Executive Pkwy., Suite 157 Lehi, UT 84043 801-919-8601 Kneaders of Saratoga Springs 1484 N. Redwood Road Saratoga Springs, UT 84045 801-407-8363 Kona Ice of North Utah County P.O. Box 12 Orem, UT 84057 801-228-0058

Jacob Anderegg-State Representative 801-538-1029

KW Commercial 998 N. 1200 W. Orem, UT 84057 801-592-9287

Jamba Juice 3601 N. Digital Drive #206 Lehi, UT 84043 925-455-4743

Landecor LLC 530 W. 300 N. Lehi, UT 84043 801-766-0520

Jani-King Utah 111 E. Broadway, Suite 300 Salt Lake City, UT 84111 801-362-4224

Larsen Heating and Air Conditioning 1553 S. 580 E. #103 American Fork, UT 84042 801-789-7401

Jeff Miller Landscaping 5356 N. Eagles View Drive Lehi, UT 84043 801-637-8511 Jersey Mike’s Subs 1851 W. Traverse Parkway Lehi, UT 84043 801-358-3707

Lehi Best Western Timpanogos Inn Hotel 195 S. 850 E. Lehi, UT 84043 801-768-1400

Mercedes-Benz of Draper 11548 S. Lone Peak Parkway Draper, UT 84020 801-404-4320

Lehi Post #19 P.O. Box 421 Lehi, UT 84043 801-361-2083

Mergen Design LLC 1150 W. 400 N. Lehi, UT 84043 801-491-4022

Lehi Round-Up Rodeo 166 W. 100 S. Lehi, UT 84043 Lehi Vision Care 86 W. Main Lehi, UT 84043 801-766-1696

Mike Lee-U.S. Senator 202-224-5444 Miller Family Chiropractic 3688 E. Campus Drive #110 Eagle Mountain, UT 84005 801-789-5416

Lon Sorensen Insurance 444 W. Main Lehi, UT 84043 801-766-5990 M. Stuart Agency-Farmers Insurance 308 W. Main Lehi, UT 84043 702-340-0103

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Mountain America Credit Union (Lehi Branch) 1704 E. Timpanogos Hwy. Lehi, UT 84043 801-766-6142 Mountain Point Medical Center 3400 N. Ashton Blvd., Suite 160 Lehi, UT 84043 801- 984-3396 Mountain View Nursery 2327 Coyote Street Eagle Mountain , UT 84005 385-219-6180 Mountainland Technical College 2301 Ashton Blvd. Lehi, UT 84043 801-753-4264 Move2Ut/Huntsman Realtors 2079 Creek Road Sandy, UT 84047 Mr. Mac of American Fork 62 N. 600 W. American Fork, UT 84003 801-492-9400 Nance Orthodontics 3566 Pony Express Parkway Eagle Mountain, UT 84005 801-789-4800 New York Life Insurance Company 3305 N. University Ave. Lehi, UT 84043 801-818-9562 Nord Orthodontics 3688 E. Campus Drive #220 Eagle Mountain, UT 84005 801-225-7141 Nori Sushi Bar and Grill 821 W. State Street, Suite F-1 American Fork, UT 84003

Nothing Bundt Cakes 987 W. 500 N., Suite 105 American Fork, UT 84003 385-265-2067

Pillar Capital 770 E. Main #310 Lehi, UT 84043 801-770-3301

R and R Realty P.O. Box 533 Lehi, UT 84043 801-885-1406

NOW CFO 5251 S. Green Street Murray, UT 84123 801-598-9390

Pinnacle Chiropractic 785 E. 200 S., Suite 6A Lehi, UT 84043 801-766-4741

Really Right Stuff 720 S. 850 E. Lehi, UT 84043 385-248-0801

NUVI LLC 2100 W. Ashton Blvd., Suite 150 Lehi, UT 84043 801-618-3437

Pioneer Party and Gift 154 W. Main Lehi, UT 84043 801-768-3549

Redwood Family Therapy 24 W. Sergeant Ct. Drive, Suite 201 Saratoga Springs, UT 84045 801-341-1919

On Target Presentations 843 E. Utah Highlands Drive Lehi, UT 84043 385-498-9100 One Man Band 1220 E. Main Lehi, UT 84043 801-766-0553 Orangetheory Fitness 1536 E. 3500 N. #101 Lehi, UT 84043 801-653-9665 Outlets at Traverse Mountain 3700 N. Cabelas Blvd., Suite 175 Lehi, UT 84043 801-901-1200 PDQ 3610 N. Digital Drive Lehi, UT 84043 PerkNow 150 E. 100 S. Provo, UT 84606 480-586-8312 Pharmatech 133 S. 1380 W. Lindon, UT 84042 801-753-7801

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PMI of Utah Property Management 2940 W. Maple Loop Drive #104 Lehi, UT 84043 801-228-0124

Reflect-O-Tron Window Cleaning LLC 1184 N. 1200 E. Lehi, UT 84043 801-341-9164

Point of the Mountain Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box 154 Lehi, UT 84043 801-901-6664

Registered Physical Therapists 649 N. Redwood Road #115 Saratoga Springs, UT 84045 801-766-8808

Pointe Meadows Health and Rehabilitation 2750 N. Digital Drive Lehi, UT 84043 801-663-4841

Remax Overland 6575 Redwood Road, Suite 102 Salt Lake City, UT 84123 801-946-4261

Pony Express Dental 1308 E. Eagle Mountain Blvd. Eagle Mountain, UT 84005 801-876-7669

A. Cory Maloy-State Representative 283 E. 500 N. Lehi, UT 84043 801-477-0019

Premier Family Medical 680 E. Main Lehi, UT 84043 801-768-1699 Preston, Pence & Lisonbee 212 E. Crossroads Blvd., #433 Saratoga Springs, UT 84043 801-820-7488 Professional Recruiters 8191 S. 700 E. Sandy, UT 84070 801-327-9927 Quantum Bounce 1832 Gallant View Road Saratoga Springs, UT 84045 801-380-4966 Quick Quack Car Wash 1380 Leadhill Blvd., Suite 260 Roseville, CA 95661 817-528-3864 R & R BBQ 1628 W. Traverse Park Way Lehi, UT 84043

Revere Health 1055 N. 500 W., Building B Provo, UT 84604 385-203-1341 Revive Insurance 3630 W. South Jordan Parkway, Suite 203 South Jordan, UT 84009 801-358-1893 Robert Half Accountemps 2600 W. Executive Parkway, Suite 190 Lehi, UT 84043 801-341-6021 Rock Canyon Bank 475 E. State Road Pleasant Grove, UT 84062 801-492-8200 Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory 3700 N. Cabelas Blvd, Space 252 Lehi, UT 84043 816-830-1355


Sage & Thistle 1396 W. 200 S., Building 1E Lindon, UT 84042 385-309-3094 Saratoga Springs City 1307 N. Commerce Drive, #200 Saratoga Springs, UT 84045 801-766-9793 Scentsy Family, Ind. Consultant/Superstar Director 1562 Fitzgerald Lane Lehi, UT 84043 801-768-4130

Staybridge Suites Lehi Traverse Ridge Center 3454 Triumph Blvd. Lehi, UT 84043 385-414-2988

Terracon Consultants Inc. 6949 S. High Tech Drive, Suite 100 Midvale, UT 84047 385-388-7035

Tolero Pharmaceuticals 3900 N. Traverse Mountain Blvd., Suite 100 Lehi, UT 84043 801-893-2641

Stephanie’s Custom Chocolates 2520 N. 600 W. Lehi, UT 84043 801-768-4258

Texas Roadhouse 1402 E. Main Lehi, UT 84043 801-768-4474

Transworld Business Advisors of Utah County 3450 N. Triumph Blvd., #102 Lehi, UT 84043 801-753-5655

Steve Ogden’s Flooring & Design Lehi 36 S. 200 W. Lehi, UT 84043 801-768-8004

Sean’s Smokehouse 222 UT-73 Saratoga Springs, UT 84045 801-753-8030

Stor’em Self Storage 1985 Pointe Meadow Drive Lehi, UT 84043 801-766-5508

SERVPRO of Provo/North Utah County 967 W. 240 N. Lindon, UT 84042 801-372-5099

Symbii Home Health and Hospice 2750 N. Medical Drive Lehi, UT 84043 801-655-4272

Shed Builders 1560 N. Trinnaman Lane, #3 Lehi, UT 84043 801-850-6043

Tabitha’s Way 140 N. Main, P.O. Box 254 Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-830-3951

Small Engine Surgeon Inc. 97 N. Center American Fork, UT 84003 801-623-3977

Taco Bell #32051 P.O. Box 4179 Kingman, AZ 86402 928-681-3344

Snell & Wilmer 15 W. South Temple, Suite 1200 Salt Lake City, UT 84101 801-257-1814

Tadasana.Yoga 1626 E. SR 92, #102 Lehi, UT 84043 385-352-7496

Spa Trouve 10 W. Scenic Pointe Drive, #104 Draper, UT 84020 801-380-0909 SpringHill Suites Marriott Lehi at Thanksgiving Point 2447 W. Executive Pkwy. Lehi, UT 84043 801-341-6970 Squire 1329 S. 800 E. Orem, UT 84097 801-225-6900 State Farm Insurance 24 W. Sergeant Court Drive, Suite 202 Saratoga Springs, UT 84045 801-653-2500

TalentTeam 892 N. State Orem, UT 84057 801-574-2752 TalonsCove Golf Course 2220 S. TalonsCove Drive Saratoga Springs, UT 84045 801-472-0965

Thanksgiving Point 3003 N. Thanksgiving Way Lehi, UT 84043 801-768-2300 Thanksgiving Point Golf Club 3300 W. Clubhouse Drive Lehi, UT 84043 801-768-7415

UCCU 3333 N. Digital Drive Lehi, UT 84043 801-223-8145 United Way of Utah County 148 N. 100 W. Provo, UT 84603 801-691-5335

The Crossroads Journal 1804 E. Lake View Lane Eagle Mountain, UT 84005 801-787-9502

University of Utah Health 675 Arapeen, Suite 304 Salt Lake City, UT 84108 801-587-6531

The Nail Lady 3924 S. Sunrise Drive Saratoga Springs, UT 84045

UPS Store 770 E. Main Lehi, UT 84043 801-766-4999

The Piano Place 1550 E. Timpanogos Hwy., Suite 103 Lehi, UT 84043 801-893-2417 Third Eye Consulting 7164 N. Golden Ridge Drive Eagle Mountain, UT 84005 801-362-9780 Timp Rental Center Inc. 136 N. West State Road American Fork, UT 84003 801-763-7615 Timpanogos Womens Center 1020 S. 1100 W., Suite B Lehi, UT 84043 801-680-5072

Utah Ballet Theatre Conservatory of Dance 388 E. Main Lehi, UT 84043 801-225-1775 Utah Media Group 4770 S. 5600 W. West Valley, UT 84118 801-204-6300 Utah Valley Dermatology 680 E. Main Lehi, UT 84043 801-768-8800 Utah Valley Renaissance Faire 848 E. 1475 N. Lehi, UT 84043 801-361-1945

Team Veteran-LegalShieldIDShield 4860 W. 13400 S. Herriman, UT 84096 801-907-0872 TechLaw Ventures PLLC 3290 W. Mayflower Way Lehi, UT 84043 801-618-1369 Technicool 8449 Western Gailes Drive Eagle Mountain, UT 84005 801-669-0521

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Utah Valley University 800 W. University Pkwy., MS 109 Orem, UT 84058 801-863-5335 Valley Sales-Service P.O. Box 418 Lehi, UT 84043 801-420-5241 Veracity Networks 1961 N. Main Orem, UT 84057 801-318-9965 Village Baker 3320 N. Digital Drive Lehi, UT 84042 385-336-8388 Village Pizza 3545 N. Ranches Pkwy. Eagle Mountain, UT 84005 801-789-8455 Vivint Solar 1800 W. Ashton Blvd. Lehi, UT 84043 385-455-5501 VLCM 3520 S. 300 W. Salt Lake City, UT 84115 801-262-9277 Waite Vision 3333 N. Digital Drive, Suite 300 Lehi, UT 84043 801-876-6000 Wasatch Front Community Publications 411 W. Ida Circle American Fork, UT 84003 801-657-5313 Wasatch Sport and Family Chiropractic 230 N. 1200 E., Suite 102 Lehi, UT 84043 940-453-7602

Wilkinsons Trophy 240 W. 1230 N. Provo, UT 84604 801-377-2476 Workers Compensation Fund 580 S. State Orem, UT 84058 801-852-4603 Yelling Yak Highland, UT 84003 801-921-2695

Utah’s trusted accounting partner for over 45 years and still locally owned.

YESCO 1605 S. Gramercy Road Salt Lake City, UT 84104 801-440-2507 Z. Design Inc. 1712 E Wylie Lane Draper, UT 84020 801-523-0700 Zenith Direct Care 1756 W. Park Ave. Riverton, UT 84065 801-676-6161 Zions Bank 788 S. 2575 W. Lehi, UT 84043 801-864-0790 Zions Bank One S. Main Street Salt Lake City, UT 84133 801-844-8026 Zions Security Alarms 3032 N. 1120 W. Lehi, UT 84043 801-770-2806 Zulu Piri Piri Chicken Grille 2951 W. Clubhouse Drive Lehi, UT 84043

Wells Fargo 299 S. Main, 6th Floor Salt Lake City, UT 84111 801-246-1668 Wendy K Team 3135 E. Tinamous Road Eagle Mountain, UT 84005 801-420-0679 Western Heating & Air Conditioning 235 Mountainlands Drive Orem, UT 84058 801-224-8899

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2019 Point of the Mountain Chamber Crossroads of Utah Business  

Annual resource guide for Residents and Businesses of norther Utah County.

2019 Point of the Mountain Chamber Crossroads of Utah Business  

Annual resource guide for Residents and Businesses of norther Utah County.

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