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Table of Contents Chamber President’s Message.................................................................................... Page 6 Calendar of Events..................................................................................................... Page 8 Mayor’s Message..................................................................................................... Page 10 Spanish Fork City..................................................................................................... Page 12 Salem City.............................................................................................................. Page 14 Salem City Map....................................................................................................... Page 17 What the Chamber Means to Me.............................................................................. Page 18 Spanish Fork Salem Unplugged................................................................................ Page 20 Shop Local.............................................................................................................. Page 22 Spanish Fork Map................................................................................................... Page 24 Business of the Year................................................................................................. Page 26 Business Person of the Year...................................................................................... Page 28 Community Action Award........................................................................................ Page 30 Total Citizen Award.................................................................................................. Page 32 Chamber Awards..................................................................................................... Page 33 Women In Business................................................................................................. Page 34 Scholarship Golf Tournament.................................................................................... Page 35 Annual Easter Egg Hunt........................................................................................... Page 36 Annual Sidewalk Sale............................................................................................... Page 37 Farmers Market....................................................................................................... Page 38 Harvest Moon Hurrah.............................................................................................. Page 40 Scarecrow Contest.................................................................................................... Page 41 Winter Lights Parade............................................................................................... Page 42 Chamber Membership Directory............................................................................... Page 43   The upper photo on the cover of this magazine and many of the photos on the page banners are used courtesy of Eric Melander, Photo Guru Studios, (801) 318-7536. The lower photos on the cover and all photos in the magazine featuring aerial views of the Spanish Fork/Salem area are used courtesy of Ryan Robinson of www.PlaneInsaneRC.com and www.AnAngelsView.com.

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Chamber President Message “Tremendous power exits in the fact of continued improvement and the delivery of results.” “Good to Great” by Jim Collins. This is what we plan on doing as your Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce. We will continue to improve and deliver results. We are rolling out some very exciting opportunities for both our businesses and the community in which we live. We feel as a chamber we have an amazing city and only want the very best for it. It is our task to continue building, maintaining and promoting our business community, which in turn makes our hometown thrive and an even better place to live. Becky McConnell President, Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce

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Calendar of Events For more information, check the Chamber Events Calendar at www.spanishforkchamber.com January 8 – Noon Networking Luncheon

March – Main Street After Hours TBA

January 17 – Chamber Installation and Awards Banquet

April 10 - Noon Networking Luncheon

January 20 – Martin Luther King Day

April 11 & 12 - Good Life Expo

January 29 – Women in Business South Utah County Connections Luncheon

April 19 – Easter Egg Hunt

February - Membership Drive TBA

April 20 - Easter

February 12 – Noon Networking Luncheon

April 30 - Women in Business South Utah County Connections Luncheon

February 17 – President’s Day

May 1 - Stockshow

February 26 – Women in Business South Utah County Connections Luncheon

May – Golf Tournament TBA

March 12 - Noon Networking Luncheon March 17 – St. Patrick’s Day March 26 – Women in Business South Utah County Connections Luncheon

May 14 - Noon Networking Luncheon May - Spanish Fork Salem Play Unplugged Program Starts TBA May 26 – Memorial Day (Office Closed) May 28 - Women in Business South Utah County Connections Luncheon May 31 – Champion Challenge Rodeo June 12 - Noon Networking Luncheon June – Scholarship Banquet TBA June 19 – Nebo Economic Summit June 25 - Women in Business South Utah County Connections Luncheon July 4 – Independence Day July 9 – Noon Networking Luncheon July 21, 22, 23, 24 - Fiesta Days July 24 – Pioneer Day (Office Closed) July 26 – Farmer’s Market starts July 30 - Women in Business South Utah County Connections Luncheon August 3-9 - Salem Days August 13 – Noon Networking Luncheon August - Chamber Summer Party August 27 - Women in Business South Utah County Connections Luncheon

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Calendar of Events September 1 – Labor Day

October 31 – Happy Halloween

September – Play Unplugged Awards Party TBA

November 11 – Veteran’s Day

September 10 – Noon Networking Luncheon

November 12 – Noon Networking Luncheon

September 24 - Women in Business South Utah County Connections Luncheon

November 15 – Chamber Board Elections

September – Harvest Moon Hurrah TBA

November 26 - Women in Business South Utah County Connections Luncheon

October 1 – Scarecrow Contest

November 27 – Happy Thanksgiving

October 8 – Noon Networking Luncheon

November 28 – Winterlights Parade

October 13 – Columbus Day

December 6 – Christmas Shop Local Fair Memorial Building Spanish Fork

October 25 – Main Street Trick or Treat (Spanish Fork) October 29 - Women in Business South Utah County Connections Luncheon October 31 – Salem Truck or Treat

December 10 – Noon Networking Luncheon December 25 – Merry Christmas December 24 – January 2 Chamber Office is Closed for Holidays

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Mayor’s Message Dear Citizens: What a great city and surrounding area we live in. Why live anywhere else? We as a city try to provide great services that are necessary and services that improve our quality of life. The Chamber of Commerce plays a major role in accomplishing this excellent quality of life that is the envy of many communities. As the mayor of Spanish Fork City, I would like to encourage each resident to support our local business people. Not only does it show our appreciation and support for what they do for our quality of life, but it strengthens the business community and supports the tax base that helps run the city. I invite you to study this directory and become acquainted with the many businesses, professionals and exceptional craftsmen located in Spanish Fork. You’ll be surprised by the number and diversity that can be found here. As we all work, live, and play this coming year, I look forward to rubbing shoulders with you in the streets, market places, recreational complexes and city celebrations. Thank you so much for your willingness to serve as volunteers and contributors to the success of Spanish Fork. And remember, “Think Local, Shop Local, Be Local!” Steve Leifson Mayor of Spanish Fork

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Spanish Fork City Two Franciscan friars, Silvestre Valez de Escalante and Francisco Atanasio de Dominguez, were some of the first explorers to pass through the Spanish Fork area, camping somewhere near the present day city limits on Sept. 23, 1776. Many years later, the name “Spanish Fork” appeared on John C. Fremont’s map of the area published in 1845. The city originally began as an outgrowth of Palmyra, but as the community developed, Palmyra diminished and became a northwest suburb of Spanish Fork. Between 1855 and 1860, settlers from Iceland came to the area, making it the first permanent Icelandic settlement in the United States. The city currently has a population of about 36,000. The city is home to several large manufacturing facilities including SAPA, Ensign-Bickford, Klune Industries and Aerial view of the newly renovated Spanish Fork Rodeo Grounds.

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Spanish Fork City Longview Fibre. Its annual city celebration, Fiesta Days, includes the Fiesta Days Rodeo, which has been a tradition for more than 70 years. Three Nebo School District high schools call Spanish Fork home: Spanish Fork High School, Maple Mountain High School and Landmark High School, as well as a K-12 charter school, American Leadership Academy. Spanish Fork is a community that strives to maintain a high quality of life and provides an outstanding environment for working, recreating and enjoying life. The city operates with a council-manager form of government consisting of a part-time mayor and five part-time city council members along with an appointed full-time city manager who administers the operation of the city and its employees.

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Salem City Located in southern Utah County, Salem City lies beneath the majestic mountains of the Wasatch mountain range at an elevation of 4,610 feet. The city’s name was chosen to honor Lyman Curtis and the contributions he made to the community. Curtis was born in Salem, Mass. The city has a population of about 7,000. The first settlers of Salem City arrived in the early 1950s and were attracted by a large stream in the area as well as the springs that provided water. Settlers constructed dams to contain these water resources and the area is still known as “Pond Town” to this day. The beautiful Salem Pond is a central feature of the city and the location of events such as the Salem Pond Holiday Lights and the Cardboard Duct Tape Boat Regatta. The pond is surrounded by city parks and crossed with an arched pedestrian bridge. Students in Salem are served by Nebo School District and the city is home to several elementary schools as well as Salem Hills High School which opened in 2008.

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Mortuary focuses on compassionate service When Jared Fairbanks was in high school, he had only been to a single funeral in his life. Then, a fellow church member offered him a job at the local mortuary, and 34 years later, Jared is still going strong in the business. Since then, he has worked in mortuaries and cemeteries of all sizes, and even consulted with the largest casket manufacturer in the world. In 2009, he started his own business, Premier Funeral Services. Jared saw the need to provide a lower cost option for grieving families providing compassionate service. Jared says that helping people in their most difficult times is the most rewarding part of his career. With his decades of experience, he knows how to run his mortuary most efficiently and passes those savings onto his patrons. Premier Funeral Services is a fully licensed mortuary, providing traditional funerals, graveside services, cremations, and transportation of remains to other states or countries for burial. They have a staff passionate about helping people and provide many conveniences that other mortuaries do not. For example, they are willing to meet with families 24/7 in a location of the family’s choosing, from parks, to hospitals, to restaurants and homes. The employees of Premier Funeral Services also believe in reaching out to the community, supporting causes such as veteran’s supports groups and scholarship programs for high school students.

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Salem City SALEM CITY INFO Mayor: Randy A. Brailsford City Office: (801) 423-2770 30 W. 100 South, Salem, UT www.salemcity.org

City Council Members: Janie Christensen Soren K. Christensen Aaron Cloward Sterling M. Rees Craig Warren

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What the Chamber means to me

Chamber membership benefits business Joining the Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce provides business professionals with valuable opportunities to network, promote their business and give back to the community, according to several local chamber members. “I don’t think I could put a number on the number of connections I’ve made through the chamber,” said Wendy Osborne, founder and director of Tabitha’s Way, a Spanish Fork nonprofit organization. “I’m so much more aware of what’s going on in the community through the chamber and through those connections that I know and that I’ve met.” Tabitha’s Way was a brand new organization when Osborne joined the chamber in 2010. Being a chamber member brought a tremendous amount of support to Tabitha’s Way in many different ways ranging from obtaining publicity to creating connections with donors and volunteers. “It’s meant the world to us, to have the support of the chamber,” Osborne said. For Cary Robarge, president of Robarge Collision in Spanish Fork, chamber membership has brought many opportunities to network. Meeting with people who work

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in other industries has helped him learn how to be better in his own industry, he said. Monthly networking luncheons where professionals get together and share each other’s strengths, hopes and challenges are his favorite chamber activities. Chamber membership has also helped him promote his business in the community and cultivate a customer base while at the same time allowing him to give back to the community. “If you serve your community, then that means you’re being served as well,” he said. Susan Taylor, owner of Susan’s Hair Design in Spanish Fork, has been a chamber member for more than 25 years. She has served as chamber president and helped begin events such as the Winterlights Parade and the chamber’s networking luncheons. Belonging to the chamber helps a business get its name out in the community, which brings in customers, she said. For more information about joining the Spanish Fork Salem Chamber of Commerce, call (801) 798-8352 or visit www.spanishforkchamber.com.


Good health doesn’t have to be hard Years ago, Jared had a wake-up call. In the course of a year, both his father and good friend passed away, at the ages of 58 and 32 respectively. Both suffered from abrupt complications that were the result of unhealthy habits over time, that eventually lead to overweight and obesity. Jared saw that he was on a similar path, and decided to make a change. At first, he spent hours in the gym everyday of the week, with very limited results – 20 lbs in 18 months. He was then introduced to the Habits of Health program, and immediately loved the simplicity and results. The weight loss was not the only benefit. As a result of weight loss, he also lowered his blood pressure and cholesterol to healthy levels, eliminated chronic headaches, joint pain, and acid reflux, and even stopped snoring (his wife Amber LOVED this)! Jared and Amber are now helping others create optimal health in their lives. The Habits of Health program helps those who want to create optimal health, rather than react to disease. Optimal health is created through small consistent habits of healthy eating, motion, sleep, and mindset. Those enrolled in the program are also assigned to a certified health coach for support and encouragement. Clients also have access to a terrific support network of doctors, nurses, and registered dieticians and nutritionists. Jared and Amber have helped thousands of individuals learn the Habits of Health. Their clients range from those who are overweight, diabetic, suffering from metabolic syndrome, nursing mothers, and anyone

who wants to feel and live better. Jared and Amber have also trained more than 500 health coaches in local communities, and nationwide. Many of these coaches have tremendous success stories on the program, and have moved on to help others do the same. They follow the motto: “It is hard to move backward when you are helping someone else move forward.” A great example comes from a client, Kim*… “I have never been able to stick to any eating plan, and had decided I was a hopeless foodaholic! I had ZERO self-control or willpower. When friends of ours called out of the blue one day, the subject of health came up. We discovered that he had lost 107 lbs. Although I had no belief this program would work for me (I had just finished failing yet another plan) I thought I would give it a try…mainly to keep my story straight that “I have tried EVERYTHING!” In the first week, I lost weight…but more miraculous was- I was still doing it! I had never lasted a week doing ANYTHING before! 15 weeks later, I had lost 50 lbs and went from wearing size 20 to size 10.” For more information or see more success stories of clients creating optimal health, visit http://www. HealthCanBeSimple.com or call Jared: (801) 8303182 or Amber: (801) 356-3181.

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Spanish Fork Salem Unplugged This summer, the Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce will issue a challenge to area youth: unplug from television, video games and cell phones and instead fly a kite, learn to fish or enjoy a picnic. The chamber will be the official sponsor of Spanish Fork Salem Unplugged, a program that encourages youth to put down their electronic devices and instead explore 101 outdoor and family-oriented activities. The program will be offered the end of May until Labor Day. The Unplugged challenge is simple: for 10 days, turn off television or any other media. The challenge is designed to

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Spanish Fork Salem Unplugged help reset the brain so that dopamine levels are reduced and critical pathways are rebuilt. Research has shown that in as few as five to seven days, the effects of not watching media are already measurable. Those who have participated in this media detox - or V-tox, as it’s referred to in the Unplugged program - have said it completely changes their perspective regarding violence in the media, making it more intense and uncomfortable to watch. Through the Unplugged program, local businesses will sponsor various activities playing Frisbee in a park, watching fireworks, washing a car or attending a summer concert. As youth complete the Unplugged activities, they will be able to visit the participating businesses and receive an Unplugged Brag Tag representing that activity. These tags can be attached to the special Unplugged Lanyards that will be distributed to local youth so program participants can keep track of their progress and brag about it to others. Prizes will be awarded at the end of the program. Chamber Executive Director Cary Hanks said the program will be beneficial for both area youth and local

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Brad, Steve and Jason Tanner are partners running the Spanish Fork business Triple “T” Plumbing, Heating & Air. properties. Eventually it added a service and repair department and gas fireplace installation division, and a fireplace showroom was added to its location at 1555 N. Main, Span-

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about having a home carbon monoxide detector. Triple “T” also donated one of its service vans to the Spanish Fork Fire Department, which now uses it to transport its hazardous material cleanup equipment. The company has also donated to and been involved in various community and chamber of commerce events. Brad will continue to serve on the chamber’s board of directors in 2014 as past president. Brad said he feels that his family has been blessed with having a successful business, and being involved in the chamber and in community events is a way to give back to the community that has supported that business.

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Business Person of the Year Brent Wignall   Wiggy Wash Car Wash & Express Detail Center When the Wiggy Wash Car Wash & Express Detail Center opened in Spanish Fork in August of 2010, the company’s founders had set goals to expand that location in five years and begin looking at opening a second location in seven years. The success of the Wiggy Wash business, however has come much quicker, with two new car wash bays added to the Spanish Fork location in 2009 and a second location opened in Springville in December of 2012. The business is now seriously considering opening a third location. Helping guide the business through its remarkable growth is Wiggy Wash Managing Partner Brent Wignall, a Spanish Fork resident. Wignall had been involved in the construction business for 15 years when the recess hit and new construction lagged. A chance comment at a Christmas party about opening a car wash led to Wignall and his partner Chris Hailstone flying around the country for two years examining the car wash industry and learning about various washing methods and equipment. They learned that people didn’t like tunnel car washes on a conveyor belt if they felt like the belt was going too fast or the tunnels felt too small and claustropho-

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Business Person of the Year bic. The pair tried to solve these issues in their car wash centers and also installed a consistent style and brand of equipment through the tunnels instead of the mixture of equipment styles often found at other car washes. “It gives you that feel of professionalism and comfort from the second you see the first piece all the way to the end,” Wignall said. Central to the Wiggy Wash method of operation is customer service. “That’s probably one of the biggest things we get back from our customers is how amazing our staff is,” he said. The Wiggy Wash locations offer a comfortable lounge area where customers can relax while their cars are cleaned. Treats and drinks are also available for purchase and customers can utilize free wifi while their children enjoy a play area. Wiggy Wash is owned by Brent Wignall and his wife Stephanie along with Chris Hailstone and his wife Sue. Brent Wignall became involved in the Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce when the Spanish Fork Wiggy Wash first opened. He has since served on the chamber’s board for three years and helped organize

many of the chamber events designed for businesses such as networking opportunities. His business offers fund-raising opportunities for school, youth, sports and other organizations. Groups can sell Wiggy Wash prepaid passes and the car wash gives 40 percent of the proceeds back to the organizations. Utilizing the Wiggy Wash for a car wash fund-raiser is a better option than holding it in a parking lot because the Wiggy Wash recycles 90 percent of the water it uses, Wignall said. This means only about 15 gallons of fresh water are used to wash each car rather than the approximately 300 gallons of fresh water used when a car is washed in a driveway. Also, the pollutants washed off the cars in a driveway or parking lot end up in the storm drains which lead to Utah Lake, a problem that doesn’t exist at the Wiggy Wash where waste water doesn’t go into the storm drain system. Wiggy Wash offers everything from express washes to vacuuming and car detailing services. It was one of the first car washes in Utah to provide a hot wax and shine service.

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Community Action Award Chris Baird 

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Chris Baird loves providing service and encouraging people to commit random acts of kindness. In the spring of 2010, he and a group of friends decided to have about 1,000 cards printed that they could hand out to people as they served them, encouraging them to “pay forward” the service through helping someone else. This small foray into printing has led to the creation of a business that continues Baird’s efforts of inspiring people to serve others daily. A year after the cards were printed, Baird and a friend decided to encourage people to learn more about the Constitution of the United States through printing copies of the Constitution and giving them away at local businesses and summer parades. They raised funds through selling ads that were printed on the back of the documents. This led to Baird printing a small coupon brochure which eventually was inserted into the Tidbits newspaper. After working with Tidbits until about March of 2012, Baird decided to start his own newspaper. In June of 2012, the first issue was printed with a name that reflected Baird’s continuing efforts to help those around him: Serve Daily. “The point of it when it initially came out was promoting the Constitution and to have a handful of articles like restaurant reviews and business reviews and Chris Baird ads,” Baird said. However, he soon learned that the weekly papers in southern Utah County had been shut down and there was a need for a weekly paper in the area, so he expanded the scope of his paper to include news items. Serve Daily is now published once a month and distributed to about 140 businesses and other locations in south Utah County where copies can be picked up for free. The paper is also available online at servedaily.com. The paper is divided into three sections: Empowering Liberty, which promotes the Constitution and has articles about local government; Building Unity, which has community news and opinion articles; and Fostering Growth, which features local businesses. Currently, all the copy in the paper is submitted from readers. “It’s meant for community members that have a story to tell to have a place to tell their story,” he said. “We want it to have a community feel through reading stories that are written by your neighbors.” Baird said he has a desire to promote the Constitution View adoptable pets online at SUVAS.org “because it’s being destroyed” and to encourage people to learn more about it. Regarding his emphasis on serCall or Visit the Shelter vice, Baird said his parents set a good example of service Mon-Fri: 9 am to 6 pm, & Sat: 9 am to 1 pm. for him in his youth. His time serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints increased his belief that simple acts of service can change the hearts of those giving and those receiving.

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Randi Kaufman Randi Kaufman of Spanish Fork is the owner of RK Creative Consulting, a business focusing on social media, desktop publishing and website design. She joined the Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce to help boost her own business, but her participation has led to her assisting many other individuals and businesses in the community. Kaufman has been a member of the chamber for about three years and served on the chamber’s board of directors for about a year before being named to the office assistant position at the chamber, where she helps manage chamber activities. About a year ago, Kaufman and others decided there was a need for a

Women in Business organization for southern Utah County. As a result, Kaufman helped found the Women in Business South Utah County group in January of 2013 with Amy Dickerson as president and Kaufman as vice president. When Dickerson decided to go back to school, Kaufman took over leadership of the group as president. The group provides an informal and comfortable setting where women can form business relationships with other professional women. Kaufman also provides service to the community through her business. She has provided marketing help on a volunteer basis for Tabitha’s Way Thrift Store and Pantry in Spanish Fork as well as the Ability First orga-

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Chamber Awards Chamber President Award

  Lance Wilson, State Farm Insurance 2013 Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce President Brad Tanner has chosen Lance Wilson, a State Farm Insurance agent based in Spanish Fork, as the recipient of the 2014 Chamber President Award. Tanner said that Wilson has provided invaluable service to the chamber during the past year, both in assisting Tanner personally in his presidential role and in helping the chamber membership as a whole. “I see Lance from my perspective as someone who went

the extra mile for the chamber this year,” Tanner said. Wilson has been very active in attending the chamber’s ribbon cutting events and has been in charge of the chamber committee that oversees Business of the Month events. At times when Tanner couldn’t be present, Wilson would take over the leadership role at these events, Tanner said. Wilson’s office is located in the historic area of Spanish Fork’s Main Street and because of that, he has been very involved in working to improve business activity in the area.

Chamber Director’s Award

  Brenda Liddiard, Circle V Meats Brenda Liddiard has received the Chamber Director’s Award for her service to the chamber and our business community. Brenda has volunteered as a board member for the past five years, having served previously as a board member and a past president of the chamber. She has served on many committees during her years of service. She has headed up the Stockshow committee and served on the

Easter Egg Hunt, Harvest Moon Hurrah and Winter Lights Parade committees. She will be serving this year on these and also the Play Unplugged Challenge committee. Her dedication to her own family business, Circle V Meats, and her willingness to volunteer for service in the chamber have won her this recognition.

Spanish Fork Mayor’s Award   Doug and Carol Ford

Doug and Carol Ford are very civic-minded, giving freely of their time and talents to the Spanish Fork community. They have been supportive of the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds and the Fiesta Days Rodeo.

Doug has served on a number of city committees including the recreation committee and the airport board. They run a successful business, Mountain Country Foods, in Spanish Fork.

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Dreamview Park in Salem had old and limited playground equipment and some equipment had been removed because it did not meet the city’s insurance standards. Holly Meagher, a resident of the neighborhood near Dreamview, saw the need for children to have an upgraded playground and she went to work. Meagher spent many hours over the course of a year organizing fund-raising events to raise the money needed to purchase new playground equipment, then meet with the city to help select the new equipment. “She’s been a real asset to her neighborhood and the total community,” said Salem Mayor Randy Brailsford.

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Women in Business The Women in Business South Utah County group was organized in January of 2013 to provide a venue where businesswomen could meet and have an opportunity to network with each other. The group is open to anyone, but it mainly draws members from the communities extending from Springville to Santaquin. Both business owners and employees are welcome, including those who have home-based businesses. The group operates under the umbrella of the Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce. The group meets on the last Wednesday of each month. Called Business Connection Luncheons, these events provide networking opportunities and also feature guest speakers that discuss business-related topics. The organization has also been involved in service, having raised money for charities. Woment in Business group meeting Randi Kaufman, president of WIBSUC and ofal group and an opportunity for networking,” Kaufman said. fice assistant for the Spanish Fork chamber, said the More information is available on the organization’s webneed for the business group became apparent as more and site, www.wibsuc.org, and on its Facebook page, facebook/ more women became involved in the chamber. “We wanted to provide a support group and an education- wibsuc.

Customers are family at HRC Climate Services Paul Casey, owner of HRC Climate Services, has been serving the community for 23 years and the company considers its employees and the community to be family. HRC started after Paul had been working for another climate company in Spanish Fork for 16 years, and decided to branch off for himself and start his own company. They provide cooling and heating services for both commercial and residential needs, including installations, maintenance and repairs. They provide quality service, honest business practices, and great warrantees. They make it a point to show their customers that they truly care about their needs- it’s not about selling something just to make a sale, but about providing service that will help make a customer for life. One of the core values that HRC Climate Services has is giving back to the community. They want to help families that are in need and if a family comes to them with heating or cooling needs and cannot afford them, they work with them to make sure their needs are met. They also work with charities such as Tabitha’s Way, the United Way, and the Mission in Salt Lake City to donate supplies to needy families throughout the year. You can find more about them at http://www.hrcclimateservices.com or call them at 801-373-9440.

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Scholarship Golf Tournament More than 20 years ago, the Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce teamed up with the Spanish Fork Rotary Club and the Nebo Foundation to provide scholarships for local high school seniors. Since then, through events such as the annual Scholarship Pro-Am Celebrity Golf Tournament and silent auctions, these organizations have been able to assist hundreds of students in gaining higher education. The golf tournament is hosted by the chamber and the Rotary club each May at the Spanish Oaks Golf Course. Local businesses and individuals can sponsor teams, and all proceeds are used for scholarships. In 2013, 22 four-person teams participated in the Pro-Am. The tournament’s mission statement is: “Enthusiastically advance academic and career training for high school students by sponsoring activities and programs which generate critical scholarship funding.” Money for scholarships is also raised through silent auctions held during parent/teacher conference nights at Spanish Fork, Maple Mountain and Spanish Fork high schools. Local businesses and individuals donate goods and services to be auctioned to the public, with all the money going to scholar-

ships along with the proceeds from the golf tournament. When the scholarship fund-raising work began, a donation made toward the effort was invested in the Nebo Foundation, a nonprofit organization that manages donations to Nebo School District students. Interest from that investment is also added to the money used for scholarships each year. Through all these efforts, thousands of dollars in scholarships are distributed to high school seniors each year, said Cary Hanks, executive director of the Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce. Each scholarship is $1,000 and in 2013, $26,000 in scholarship money was awarded. Students at Spanish Fork, Maple Mountain, Salem Hills, Landmark and Legacy high schools are eligible to apply. Hanks said the scholarships are based more on financial need and a desire to seek higher education than on grades. “We try to help people who might not qualify for other methods of funding,” she said.

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Annual Easter Egg Hunt Thousands of children line up at the Spanish Fork Sports Park each spring for their chance to find eggs filled with candy and prizes as part of the Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce Easter Egg Hunt. The event, which is held on the Saturday before Easter at 9 a.m., has become an annual tradition in Spanish Fork, with between 3,000 and 5,000 children ranging in age from infants to 10 years old participating each year. As part of the hunt, the lawn at the sports park is strewn with between 10,000 and 15,000 plastic eggs. Each egg contains a piece of candy and a coupon with either an offer from a local business or an opportunity to redeem the coupon for a prize at the hunt. In 2013, about 25 bicycles donated by local businesses were given away, as were 300 Easter baskets full of donated items. Sam’s Club and Costco donated candy bars and stuffed bunnies that were given out as prizes. The coupons for local businesses offer deals such as free kids’ meals, tires, car washes, drinks, ice cream cones, and children’s hair cuts. In all, about $2,000 in money, gifts and prizes was donated to support the 2013 Easter Egg Hunt. About 70 groups and businesses participated, including students in Nebo School

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Annual Sidewalk Sale Each year during Spanish Fork City’s Fiesta Days celebration in July, the Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce sponsors sidewalks sales along the city’s Main Street. Although the event happens on Main Street, all businesses in the city are invited to participate. The chamber assigns locations to each business and they are invited to sell their products to the crowds of people that are traditionally drawn to the downtown area by the various Fiesta Days activities such as the parade and carnival. Sidewalk sales have been a tradition in Spanish Fork for many years and the chamber sponsors them as part of its efforts to help businesses promote themselves in the community.

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Farmers Market Every Saturday from midsummer through October, a parking lot in Spanish Fork is transformed into a marketplace for the seasonal bounty of local farms with sponsorship and organization provided by the Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce. For the last four years, the chamber has run the Spanish Fork Farmers Market, an event that attracts about 40 vendors each week selling fruits, vegetables, honey, herbs and other fresh food items. “We get everything from pomegranates to apples, peaches, watermelons and raspberries and all kinds of vegetables,” said Cary Hanks, the chamber’s executive director. The market is unique in that it is one of the few farmers markets operating in Utah that does not also offer craft items, making it a destination for people specifically looking to obtain fresh, local-grown produce. The market has been operating in Spanish Fork for about 25 years, but it lacked formal organization, Hanks said. Vendors wanted a way to reserve booth space without having to arrive in the early hours of the morning to claim their area. The event was growing in size and there was a demand from the public for it. Eventually, the city and the vendors approached the chamber of commerce for help. “We as a

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Farmers Market chamber board decided to start managing it and giving it some organization and some oversight that it wasn’t getting,” Hanks said. With the chamber’s management, vendors are now able to reserve booth space for the entire season or on a week-toweek basis. The chamber provides personnel onsite at the event each week to help vendors find their booth spots and assist shoppers who have questions. Vendors are assessed booth fees which pay for the personnel and amenities like portable restrooms, but the majority of the booth fees has gone towards advertising. “One of the things that’s come out of it is we’ve been able to advertise and grow the market,” Hanks said. Ads have been placed in local newspapers, on the Internet, on SFCN Channel 17 and on billboards. Hundreds of people attend the market each week, with Hanks attributing a large increase in visitors during 2013 to greater advertising efforts. The market generally starts near the end of July and continues each Saturday through the first weekend of November. It is held in the parking lot immediately west of the Spanish Fork city office building at 40 S. Main. The city allows the market to use the parking lot space free of charge.

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Harvest Moon Hurrah Each September, the Spanish Fork Arts Council sponsors the city’s Harvest Moon Hurrah, an event celebrating the harvest season and the arts. Held in Spanish Fork’s Library Park at Center and Main streets, the Harvest Moon Hurrah includes harvest-related games, crafts and activities as well as live music performances. As part of the activities, the Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce offers a booth where children can make jack-o-lanterns to take home. This activity is provided free of charge through the sponsorship of the chamber’s platinum members and the generosity of Randy Gordon Farms in Lake Shore, which donates the pumpkins used at the event. Each year, the pumpkins are delivered to members of the Maple Mountain High School FFA who wash all the pumpkins, transport them to the chamber booth at the Harvest Moon Hurrah and help distribute them to the children. A variety of adhesive jack-o-lantern faces made of foam are provided by the chamber for the children to stick onto their pumpkins. Volunteers from businesses and organizations such as Circle V Meat Co., SIC Tattooing, the Spanish Fork Youth

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These pumpkins were donated last year and given to local children as part of the Harvest Moon Hurrah. City Council and the Maple Mountain FFA all help staff the booth to provide assistance to the children. The craft is one of the most popular parts of the Harvest Moon Hurrah; in 2013, about 1,000 pumpkins were given out to local children.


Scarecrow Contest Each October, the Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce sponsors the Scarecrow Contest, a competition encouraging local businesses and individuals to design creative scarecrows. The scarecrows are then set up along Spanish Fork’s Main Street. Competition categories are open for adults, children and businesses, and the $10 fee from each entry is pooled with additional funds from the chamber to provide cash prizes. The scarecrows are displayed through October, and judges visit them to select the winners. The public can also cast votes for their favorite scarecrows online and at the Spanish Fork city building, with the winner declared the recipient of the People’s Choice Award. A separate and similar Scarecrow Contest is held each year in Salem for residents

and businesses in that community. The chamber is also involved each October in the Main Street Trick-orTreat event in Spanish Fork and the Salem Trunk-or-Treat event. The Spanish Fork event is held on the Saturday before Halloween on Main Street. Businesses are invited to set up a table on Main Street and hand out candy to trick-or-treaters. Thousands of children participate in this event each year, with more than 3,000 attending in 2013. The Salem Trunk or Treat also invites businesses to give candy to trick-ortreaters, but the Salem event is held in a parking lot and candy passed out from car trunks. It is also a popular event, with about 1,000 children participating in 2013. Both the Salem and Spanish Fork events provide businesses with an opportunity to get their names out to the

Last year’s scarecrow entry by the Spanish Fork Fire Department was a favorite. community and familiarize the public with the services or products they provide.

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Winter Lights Parade On the Friday evening after Thanksgiving each year, Main Street in Spanish Fork is lit up with festive floats and wagons as part of the Winter Lights Parade, an event sponsored annually by the Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce. Entry into this popular parade is free and open to all, but all entries must be lit in some fashion for the nighttime event. The Winter Lights Parade begins at 7 p.m. at 900 N. Main Street and proceeds south to 100 South before traveling around the city park and ending on Center Street at 100 East. Businesses, families and other groups participate in the parade each year, with the parade attracting entries such as hay wagons, city floats, horse riding clubs and marching bands. Musical groups also participate, including Christmas carolers, and the parade ends with a visit from Santa Claus who rides through the city on his sleigh. In 2013, the lights parade had about 42 entries. Each year, the Brad Ford Award for Creative Excellence is awarded to one entry chosen by the Carol and Doug Ford Family. The winner receives a traveling trophy to display for a year at their place of business. 2013 winner was Lance Wilson State Farm with “Tow Mater.�

The Santa Claus Trophy for best parade entry in the 2013 Winter Lights Parade went to the Tow Mater truck entered by State Farm Insurance Agent Lance Wilson. The chamber of commerce sponsors the parade as a community service, which allows people to participate with no entry fee. The parade is shown live on SFCN Channel 17.

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Chamber Member Directory Abeez Honey 188 North 200 East Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-471-6910 Achiever Preschool 1200 E Canyon Rd Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-8102 ACN American Communications Network 450 North 500 East Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-376-4141 Advanced Spinal Care 750 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-2515 Ainge, Rick CPA 204 E 400 North, #B Salem, UT 84653 801-798-3539 All Tune Automotive 989 East 800 North Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-0800 Allstate Insurance 1125 Expressway Lane Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-3525 PLATINUM MEMBER America First Credit Union 188 E 1000 N Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-223-3972 American Family InsuranceTim Shanto 690 N Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-0933 American West Bank 135 e 200 N Salem, UT 84653 801-423-1456 Atwood Family Dentistry 82 East 900 North #A Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-3526

Back on Track Family Chiropractic 1247 Expressway Lane Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-504-6125 Bank of American Fork 625 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-3500 Beck Spinal Care & Rehab 57 E 800 N Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-7176 Beehive Health Essentials 846 Expressway Lane Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-9912 Beehive Homes of Spanish Fork 858 East 100 South Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-420-0571 Best of Spanish Fork Advertising 778 East 640 South Salem, UT 84660 801-851-0174 PLATINUM MEMBER Big O Tires of Spanish Fork 570 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-9827 Blaine Evans Trucking 2987 North 350 East Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-9041 PLATINUM MEMBER Blaine Hone Excavating, Inc. 5182 West 6300 South Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-0210 Bobby Lawrence Karate 832 E. Expressway Lane Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-3000

Boy Scouts of AmericaUtah National Parks Council 748 north 1340 West Orem, UT 84057 801-493-5166 Brad Taylor Realtor 410 S. Salem Lake Drive Salem, UT 84653 801-888-7544 C-A-L Ranch Stores 950 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-2810 Canyon Dental Clinic PC 665 East 300 South Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-8496 Canyon View Medical Group 325 West Center Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-7301 Capital Community Bank 549 North State Rd. 198 Salem, UT 84653 801-794-7200

Circle V Meats 609 West Arrowhead Trail Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-3081

Custom Security and Sound 185 Spanish Fields Drive Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-210-0402

PLATINUM MEMBER Clegg Auto Repair 1447 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-1822

Customer Value Packages 1146 West 800 South Payson, UT 84651 801-636-0100

Cole’s House of Trophies 257 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-3015 Colt Sampson State Farm Insurance 642 Kirby Lane #104 Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-0300

Creature Digitals 1441 E 820 S Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-0167

Daily Herald 1555 N. Freedom Blvd Provo, UT 84603 801-344-2540 PLATINUM MEMBER Denny Menholt Chevrolet 1341 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-7431 DeTail Aircraft Cleaning, LLC. 187 South Main Street #1 Spanish Fork, UT 84660 385-414-4764 Dickerson Automotive 34 West 1900 North Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-9385

Carter Glass Company 38 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-7698 Cary’s Designs Floral 245 South Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-1850

Contagious 745 N Main Street Spanish Fork, UT 84660 435-770-2598

Central Bank 1 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-7481

Contractor Resource 3346 N Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-2333

PLATINUM MEMBER Dirty Jo Punsters 170 N Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-2485

Chamber Nation EcTownUSA, LLC. 231 W. Main Street Quincy, CA 95971 530-283-5553

Costa Vida 597 East 1000 North Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-6330

DoTerra 2719 Stony Hill Way Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-473-6294

PLATINUM MEMBER Costco Wholesale 273 East 1000 North Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-504-9530

Dr. Aaron Cloward DMD 83 West 900 North Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-1834

Cheap Shots Photography 1271 E Expressway Lane Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-655-3898

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Chamber Member Directory Dr. Kendall J. Barrowes, Orthodontist 82 East 900 North Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-1994 PLATINUM MEMBER Drockton Bullion & Coin 1266 E Center Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-2646 Elaine Williams Consulting/ Coaching 1553 S 930 W Payson, UT 84660 801-658-0515 Employer Benefits Service 204 East 400 North, #B Salem, UT 84653 801-794-1103 Eric’s Plumbing and Drain Cleaning PO Box 1284 Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-852-5651 Esplin Eye Center PO Box 267 Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-3937 Esprit de Corp 1211 E Expressway Lane Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-9697 Express Employment Professionals 474 S Main St Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-7035 Fedex Kinkos Fedex Office & Print Services Disb. Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-2708 First Home Mortgage 851 North 100 East Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-1166 Francis, Karl M. DDS PC PO Box 236 Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-8226 Fresh Market 652 N 800 E Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-9748 Garden Green 1111 East Sterling Dr. Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-6021 Giles Carpet 1289 East Expressway Lane Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-3244

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GNL, Inc. 1259 East Expressway Lane Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-9331

Jeff Wolf Studio 3502 W 7900 S Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-2646

LEI Consulting Engineers 3302 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-0555

Museum Editions 1657 West 900 South Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-2168

Granny Sue’s Treasures 175 N Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-787-9216 Gunnerson Dental 33 W 300 S Payson, UT 84651 801-465-3233

JEFFREY Tax & Accounting, LLC 36 East 300 North 801-615-1051

Lion’s Den Storage 874 West Utah Ave. Payson, UT 84651 801-465-2399 Los Rancheros 412 N SR 198 Salem, UT 84653 801-423-0195

MVP Sports 72 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-3587

PLATINUM MEMBER Macey’s 187 East 1000 North Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-9803

Nature’s Sunshine Products 1655 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-4207

Habitat for Humanity ReStore 253 Arrowhead Trail Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-369-1950 Healing Points Acupuncture 885 North 200 East Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-376-4527 Health Can Be Simple, LLC 1202 S 2910 E Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-830-3182 Heart N Soul 3527 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-1084 Heritage Memorials 53 East 1600 North Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-2769 Heritage Plumbing Services, INC 2434 W 5600 S Lake Shore, UT 84660 801-794-1789 Hey Kid Run 1047 West 450 South Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-699-3572 Hickory Kist 1529 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-9895 Hillside Medical Clinic 118 N Main St Suite B Salem, UT 84653 801-477-9007 Houck Financial PO Box 327 Payson, UT 84651 801-423-7709 Indulge Salon & Spa 412 South Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-1945 Intermountain Farmers Association 250 West Arrowhead Trail Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-7418

PLATINUM MEMBER Jimmy Johns of Spanish Fork LLC 786 N 800 E Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-8402 J-Mart Publishing 280 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-6816 Judd’s Towing & Recovery PO Box 1362 Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-404-1132 KapStone Paper and Packaging 2200 North Main Street Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-7331 Kaye Jones with Home Smart Advantage 324 East 8800 South Salem, UT 84653 801-794-3948 Ken’s Auto Body 10 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-3063 Kentucky Fried Chicken 1045 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-2420 Klune Industries, Inc. 1800 North 300 West Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-7401 Larson & Company 765 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-3545 Leavitt Insurance 199 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-7343 Legacy Funerals & Cremations 3595 N Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-300-7992 PLATINUM MEMBER Legacy House of Spanish Fork 1449 E 150 S Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-368-3249

Maple Creek Home Health and Hospice 65 West 200 North Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-5333 Maurice Evans Agency 1332 S 730 W Payson, UT 84651 801-658-5207 McKell Christiansen & Wise PLLC 642 East Kirby Lane Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-9000 Mia’s Boutique 589 East 1000 North Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-850-3988 PLATINUM MEMBER Mountain America Credit Union 891 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-0333

My Sister’s Closet 266 N Main St Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-2216

Nebo Economic Summit 40 S Main Street Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-8352 Nebo Financial Services 149 N Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-8666 Nebo School District 350 South Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-354-7400 Nothing But Tan 175 E 800 N Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-504-6191 Osmond Realty 212 South Main, #1 Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-1200 Our Town Directories P.O. Box 159 Payson, UT 84651 877-465-4161

Mountain Country Foods 1533 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-8634

Outback Graphics 490 West 300 South Salem, UT 84653 801-423-2625

Mountain Springs Family Medicine 468 South Main Street Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-400-3048

Outer Beauty Salon & Supply 765 East 800 North Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-3111

Mountain View Hospital 1000 East Highway 198 Payson, UT 84651 801-465-7009

Paperback Book Exchange 44 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-9013

Mountainland Applied Technology College (MATC) 2301 Ashton Blvd Lehi, UT 84043 801-753-6282

PDM Steel 300 West 1100 North Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-8676

Mr. Media 774 East 700 North Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-427-5852

Peak Physical Therapy 77 South 400 West Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-1626


Chamber Member Directory Pizza Factory 988 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-2211

RK Creative Consulting 629 N Lynnbrook Dr. Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-450-9595 RMC Property Services 519 South 750 West Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-836-9644

Platinum Payment Systems 41 East 300 North Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-6360

Robarge Collision, Inc. 570 South Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-1967

Play Unplugged Spanish Fork 40 South Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-8352 Premier Funeral Service 395 South Chrisman Drive Salem, UT 84653 801-669-7786

Robert Nelson Construction PO Box 904 Salem, UT 84653 801-423-1141

Pediatric Dental Care 497 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-2100

Prime Mortgage LLC 324 North Main St Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-804-5020 ProFire & Safety 1856 E 160 S Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-602-5374 Prudential Utah Elite 240 S Main Salem, UT 84653 801-735-5583 Prudential Utah Elite Real Estate 315 S. 500 E. Ste 202 American Fork, UT 84003 801-602-6625 QC Finance 67 East 1000 North Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-9299 Questar Gas 1640 North Mtn. Springs Pkwy Springville, UT 84663 801-853-7400 R&B Custom UTV Tops LLC 655 Mitchell Drive Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-6853 Raincheck Corporation 279 North Main Street Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-9333 Rhadcliff Group-Good Life Expos 298 North 900 East Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-372-3300 Rise, Prioritize, & Organize LLC 309 S 700 E #10 Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-1604

Robinson, Seiler & Anderson, LC 2500 North University Avenue Provo, UT 84604 801-375-1920 Rocket Rebellion 168 N Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-5301 Rocky’s American Car Care 375 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-2144 Rogers Center For Dentistry 741 N. Main St. Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-8344 Salem Chevron 390 North SR 198 Salem, UT 84653 801-423-1777 PLATINUM MEMBER Salem City Corporation PO Box 901 Salem, UT 84653 801-423-2770 Salem Smiles 601 N. State Road 198 Salem, UT 84653 801-423-7969 Sam’s Club 1313 South University Ave. Provo, UT 84601 801-374-9700 Scentsy Family Director 195 West Mountain View Drive Salem, UT 84653 801-636-8011 Security Finance 120 N Main St Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-0760 Security Home Mortgage 622 North 900 E #3 Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-1765

PLATINUM MEMBER Security Service Federal Credit Union 645 South 1750 West Springville, UT 84663 801-227-3621 Segway 136 South Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-2400 Serve Daily PO Box 204 Springville, UT 84663 801-477-6845 Servpro of Provo 967 W 240 N Lindon, UT 84042 801-857-1856 Shelly’s Automotive and Tires 721 N 800 E Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-8369 Shepherds Carpet and Furniture 1327 N 200 E Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-8777 SIC Tattooing LLC 162 N Main St Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-427-7703 Sierra Dental 826 North 100 East, #5 Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-0061 Simply Juicy 575 North State Rd. 198 Salem, UT 84653 801-504-6343 Skiba Auto Repair 635 South Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-2286 Smith Auto Company 2534 North 200 East Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-3553 SML Construction 216 West 300 North Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-372-3590 Snyder’s Chem/Dry Carpet Cleaning 387 N 200 W Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-2882 South Center Company DUP PO Box 432 Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-360-0117

South Utah Valley Animal Shelter 582 West 3000 North Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-851-4080 PLATINUM MEMBER South Valley Gym 583 N SR198 Salem, UT 84653 801-504-6430 South Valley Physical Therapy & Chiropractic 583 N State Road 198 Salem, UT 84653 801-504-6370 Spanish Fork Auto Supply 855 S Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-8668 Spanish Fork Channel 17 65 South 630 West Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-2877 COMMUNITY PARTNER Spanish Fork City Corporation 40 South Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-5000 Spanish Fork City Council 40 South Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-7196 Spanish Fork City Golf Course 2300 East Powerhouse Road Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-804-4653 Spanish Fork Curves 28 E 100 N Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-1200 Spanish Fork Farmer’s Market 40 South Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-8352 Spanish Fork Oil-N-Go, Valvoline Express Care of Spanish Fork 828 S Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-8510 Spanish Fork-Salem Area Chamber of Commerce 40 S Main Street Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-8352 Sprint 583 E 1000 N Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-318-5202

State Farm/Lance Wilson 220 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-9288 Stone Drug 159 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-8611 Summit Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery 642 E Kirby Lane Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-9500 Sunroc Building Materials 35 East 400 South Springville, UT 84663 801-222-3387 Susan Barber 715 Scenic Drive Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-735-7743 Susan’s Hair Design 293 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-9668 SymTec 880 E 1000 S Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-210-9610 Tabitha’s Way Thrift Store & Food Pantry 140 North Main Street Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-830-3951 The Car Guys 872 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-0077 The Deer Hunter Pub & Grill 2000 North 300 West Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-8582 The Dug Out 866 S Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-7499 The Local Pages 4910 W Amelia Earhart Dr. Ste. 1 Salt Lake City, UT 84116 888-249-6920 The Orange Peel 1851 W 500 S C6 Springville, UT 84663 801-491-1029 Thomas Orthodontics 424 N State Road 198 Salem, UT 84653 801-423-3030 Tidbits of Utah Valley 409 N 900 E Orem, UT 84097 801-616-6288

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Chamber Member Directory Timpanogos Hearing & Balance 642 E. Kirby Lane #102 Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-7210 Title West Title Company 212 South Main #2 Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-3155 TM & LJ Enterprises 84 North 1100 East Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801 310-4436 Tony’s Window Cleaning 2693 E. 1600 S. Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-362-8793 Touchstone Financial of Utah 1190 N Main Street #16 Springville, UT 84663 801-491-4175 Travel Passport PO Box 1336 Salem, UT 84653 801-423-1081

PLATINUM MEMBER Triple T Plumbing, Heating & Air 1550 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-7711 Turning Point Dance Studio 552 North Slant Road Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-3288

Utah Valley Regional Medical Center 1034 North 500 West Provo, UT 84601 801-357-7611

Two Jack’s Pizza 30 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-8601

Venture Crew 1532 1386 E 600 S Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-7611

Urban Retreat 591 N State Road 198 Salem, UT 84653 801-423-9190

Waffle Love LLC 826 W 530 N Orem, UT 84057 801-472-2573

Utah Community Credit Union 810 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-223-8100 Utah Valley Magazine 1371 East 1360 South Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-376-2497

Walker Mortuary 187 South Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-2169

Valley Chiropractic & Wellness 729 N. Main St. Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-894-9633

Walker Productions 351 E 720 S Orem, UT 84058 801-472-7467 WBVibration Technology, LLC 440 North 200 East Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-3600

Wells Fargo Bank 251 East 1000 North Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-3522 Wendy’s - Integrity Food Group, LLC 866 South Main Street Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-9999 Western Inn 632 Kirby Lane Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-9400 Western States Insurance 85 East Center Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-7461 PLATINUM MEMBER Wiggy Wash Full Service and Express Detail Center 794 S Main Street Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-358-1396 Women in Business South Utah County 40 S Main Street Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-8352

Wonki Toys LLC 293 South 800 West Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-360-2484 Woodland Dental 204 East 400 North #A Salem, UT 84653 801-423-0905 Workforce Services 1185 N Chappel Dr Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-794-6600 XAX design 90 East Maple Drive Woodland Hills, UT 84653 801-362-9292 X-Treme Builders LLC 243 N. 200 W. Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-372-5314 Zions First National Bank 190 North Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-8683 ZZZ Pawn Shop 230 N Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660 801-798-7444

Doctor improves hearing for all ages Dr. Jared Young, Audiologist and owner of Young Hearing, wants to provide hope for all those frustrated with hearing problems. Now in his 13th year, Dr. Young decided to go into audiology after serving an American-Sign Language LDS mission and then working as a sign language interpreter at Utah State University. His practice, now in its third year, serves people of all ages from babies to senior citizens, and specializes in both prevention of hearing loss and overcoming damage that has already occurred. He provides hearing tests, can fit people for hearing aids, and even provide hearing protection for those who work in hearing-risk professions, such as musicians and factory workers. His practice is associated with Utah Ear Nose & Throat for easy referrals. Dr. Young also believes in giving back to the community. He works with local school districts to provide service to students about protecting their hearing and speaks to them about audiology as a career. He has also been asked to present with larger organi-

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zations such as Brigham Young University, Poll Sound and Rocky Mountain Power to train their employees/students about hearing loss prevention. He has volunteered his time in the community and for the third year his office donated hearing aids to children and Dr. Jared Young adults in need during the holiday season. Because Dr. Young is a local private practice, he is able to give each patient personal attention, and find solutions, especially for those people who have not found success anywhere else. To learn more about Dr. Young and his practice, please visit http://www.younghearing.com or call 801-489-7948.


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