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Posts from August 2018

Salt Lake Celebrates Fall with Biking, Hiking & Oktoberfest

8/23/2018

Salt Lake City (August 23, 2018) -- Fall is when biking and hiking rule in greater Salt Lake, when the city’s bustling downtown - from farmers markets and restaurants to bars and outdoor concerts – are paired with the rugged Wasatch Mountain Range chock full of trails that are easily accessible from downtown. Throw in an amazing two-month long

Salt Lake hosts 'speed dating' event for convention industry

8/22/2018

By Jasen Lee, Deseret News — SALT LAKE CITY — Utah's capital city is striving to strengthen its position as a significant player in the regional convention and trade show market by hosting one of the industry’s top trade shows for business development. This week, Salt Lake City is playing matchmaker for thousands of event and meeting planners

Move Over Boulder: This Ski City Is Becoming a Booming Startup Scene

8/16/2018

By Zoë Henry, Inc. — Salt Lake City and the surrounding area is most famous for being the world headquarters of the Mormon church. But this little-known Western tech hub is also churning out fast-growing companies. Startup Neighborhoods Dozens of companies are based in and around Riverwoods, a commercial and residential paradise with 192,000

Everything to Know About Salt Lake

8/1/2018

By Jennica Henderson, National Geographic — Salt Lake City boasts niche eateries, scenic mountain views, and a vibrant art scene. It serves as the perfect place for those who are interested in exceptional outdoor activities, small-city charm, and a unique cultural history and composition. When to Go Salt Lake City hosts dry desert summers and polar