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Posts from March 2012

Visit Salt Lake Nets 100,000th Facebook Fan


- Successful Social Media Programs Reaping Results - SALT LAKE CITY (March 2012) - Visit Salt Lake (VSL) recently acquired it 100,000th Facebook Fan, after having just 3,500 fans 15 months ago. This

Despite lack of snow, Utah ski season finishes strong


by Brett Prettyman, The Salt Lake Tribune Resorts » Snowfall was lackluster, but that didn’t stop out-of-state skiers from visiting. The 2011-12 Utah ski season wasn’t memorable, but it did have

Is Downtown Salt Lake City Finally Sexy?


Erin Harper, The Huffington Post Utah's capital city is one of the last places where I would expect to run into America's favorite imaginary girlfriend crew -- at least until I attended the grand

History Carved Out of the Hills


by Edward Rothstein, The New York Times SALT LAKE CITY - All museums are temples of sorts, monuments to collectors or cultures, declarations of identity, gathering places for tribute. But museums

SLC Marks Triumphant Opening of City Creek Center


By Jasen Lee, Deseret News SALT LAKE CITY - After years of anticipation, downtown Salt Lake City's newest crown jewel of shopping and economic development opened to the world Thursday with the

City Creek Center: What to Expect


Shopping » Downtown mall pulls out all the stops . By Lesley Mitchell, The Salt Lake Tribune Built to dazzle and impress, City Creek Center debuts in downtown Salt Lake City March 22 as one of the

Is Salt Lake City More Vegan Than We Know?


By Kathy Stephenson, The Salt Lake Tribune March 6, 2012 Salt Lake is famous for skiing, the Great Salt Lake, the Mormon Temple and - hold on to your tofu - vegan dining. In the March/April