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Posts from June 2015

  • Unlikely foodie cities

    By Nicole Rupersburg, Fox News -- We all know that the hottest food cities are the major metropolises: New York, San Francisco, Austin, Chicago. Then there are the midsized cities that have national culinary impact – Portland, New Orleans, Nashville, Boulder. And everyone loves a good story about a small-town foodie haven – Healdsburg, Richmond,

  • New Properties Help Revitalize Salt Lake City’s Downtown

    Meetings Focus Magazine -- Salt Lake’s urban scene is on the rise, fast becoming a foodie favorite and an ideal place to live, visit and host meetings. Salt Lake City’s renaissance kicked in shortly after the opening of City Creek Center in 2012 – the 23-acre, mixed-use development and cornerstone of downtown Salt Lake’s multibillion-dollar

  • Visit Salt Lake Bestows Tourism Achievement Award to University of Utah Bureau of Economic and Business Research

    Salt Lake City (June 19, 2015) — Visit Salt Lake (VSL) presented the “Tourism Achievement Award” to the Bureau of Economic and Business Research (BEBR) during its second quarter board of trustees meeting on June 18, 2015, at the David Eccles School of Business. The annual award honors members and community organizations for “outstanding efforts in

  • 24 Hours in Salt Lake City - A Sinful Saturday in the City of Saints

    By Jaillan Yehia, SavoirThere.com -- Utah’s capital may be best known for the Church of The Latter Day Saints, but this one million-strong metropolis makes an equally suitable city break setting for would-be sinners in search of urban indulgence. From quirky shopping to secret street food, luxury hotels to lattes, it’s time to check-in your

  • Savory surprises are in store for groups heading to Salt Lake City and Park City

    By Jeff Heilman, Meetings Focus Magazine -- In April’s issue, we focused on how venture capitalists, academic institutions and governmental agencies are supporting and nurturing Utah’s high-growth technology sector. Buzzing with its own entrepreneurial energy is the food and beverage scene, which has steadily evolved since the 2002 Winter Olympics

  • 2015’s Best (& Worst) Cities for Summer Travel: Salt Lake #5

    By John S Kiernan, WalletHub -- School’s out, the mercury’s rising and, for some folks, tax refunds have yet to be spent. What does this mean for millions of Americans? Time to plan their perfect summer getaways. Americans of all ages — but Baby Boomers and Traditionalists especially — plan to travel and increase their travel spending this summer