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Posts from November 2006

Salt Lake City International Airport Now Largest Hub in the West


The Salt Lake City Department of Airports recently announced the 15 airlines serving the airport now provide non-stop service to 106 destinations from Salt Lake, making the Salt Lake City International Airport the largest airline hub in the western United States. Delta Air Lines, the nation’s third largest airline, now flies to more cities from

Ski Salt Lake Sponsors Steven Nyman


The Salt Lake Convention & Visitors Bureau recently announced its sponsorship agreement with U.S. Ski Team member and Utah native Steven Nyman, promoting the marketing organization’s Ski Salt Lake program. Shortly thereafter, Nyman placed third on the difficult Birds of Prey downhill course December 1 to notch his first-ever World Cup podium. The

Salt Lake: Green and Clean


One of the country’s leading outdoor recreation destinations also leads the way in environmentally friendly actions—and results. Over the past decade, grass-roots business practices and the vision and activism of Salt Lake Mayor Rocky Anderson and his staff have given the city a leg up in every area of conservation—from wind power purchasing to

Salt Lake CVB “Adopts” USA Luge Athlete


Keeping the Olympic spirit alive and ensuring the fire within continues to burn bright on the legacy of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, the Salt Lake Convention & Visitors Bureau is participating in USA Luge’s “Adopt-An-Athlete” Program, supporting the efforts of Salt Lake native, Olympian and eight-year U.S. national team member, Preston Griffall.

Ski Things Differently, Ski Salt Lake


Simply put, Salt Lake is the most accessible winter metropolitan destination in the nation, if not the world. This celebrated Olympic city and its four world-class resorts—Alta, Brighton, Solitude and Snowbird—offer visitors the ability to create memories to last a lifetime. The four resorts of Ski Salt Lake are blessed with The Greatest Snow on