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Southern Utah Podcast
39 minutes | Nov 9, 2018
Biologist Lori Rose - Sheep Crossing Project
Lori Rose is a Biologist and Project Director with Virgin River Land Preservation Association since its founding in 1993, serving in a variety of capacities. She is currently volunteer Projects Director. Prior to her current work as a field biologist, she was the Washington County HCP/Red Cliffs Desert Reserve Biologist from 1999 to 2007. Lori talks about the Sheep Bridge Crossing Project. During the summer of 1993, following an early growth spurt and the first development scars on St. George’s scenic hillsides, a large group of farmers and concerned citizens got together to discuss the protection of important community open space. The group invited speakers from other areas in Utah that had already begun to find answers to these challenges. Among these speakers was the director of Utah’s first land trust, based in Park City. After several meetings, there was a consensus to start southern Utah’s own local nonprofit land trust, because a local organization is most sensitive to local landowner concerns and local community priorities. The Virgin River Land Preservation Association was incorporated in October 1993. The board of trustees was comprised of long-time residents, farmers, and professionals. It was difficult for the board to settle on a name. There were roughly 1100 land trusts across the country at the time, and most of them used “land trust” in their name. But a Utah law prohibits the use of the word “trust” in a business entity’s name unless the entity is a financial institution. So, despite its noteworthy length, the group settled on Virgin River Land Preservation Association, or VRLPA for short. We have adopted “Virgin River Land” both as a nickname and as the name of our website.
39 minutes | Oct 19, 2018
Celebrate Halloween and know why we dress up and eat treats!
Halloween’s origins date back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain (pronounced sow-in). The Celts, who lived 2,000 years ago in the area that is now Ireland, the United Kingdom and northern France, celebrated their new year on November 1. This day marked the end of summer and the harvest and the beginning of the dark, cold winter, a time of year that was often associated with human death. Celts believed that on the night before the new year, the boundary between the worlds of the living and the dead became blurred. On the night of October 31 they celebrated Samhain, when it was believed that the ghosts of the dead returned to earth. Monica speaks to Kari Sutcliff and Sophia Barbour about this festive holiday and how it came to be in the United States. In celebration of what is becoming one of our favorite holidays. Celebrate Halloween in a different light and know why we dress up and eat treats! For more information about astrology contact Kari by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
34 minutes | May 22, 2018
Michael Hyman (Data Specialist) - National Association of Realtors
At the national level, housing affordability is down from last month and down from a year ago. Mortgage rates fell to 4.42 percent this February, down 0.2 percent compared to 4.43 percent a year ago. Michael Hyman from National Association of Realtors speaks to Monica about his reports and some of the data that sheds light about the possibility of pressure of the housing market.
26 minutes | Mar 30, 2018
Astrologist - Kari Sutcliffe
Monica speaks to Astrologist Kari Sutcliffe (a native of Southern Utah) about the captivating art and science of Astrology and Astronomy. Whether you are a skeptic or not, you may see with a new vision after listening to Kari. Kari teaches classes and seminars in Southern Utah. Contact her for a private reading or about her schedule of classes. email@example.com Her next class - This year's Easter lands on April Fools! It turns out many of us have been fooled when it comes to Easter Tradition, and in this seminar we will be exploring some of the roots and secrets of the Easter we know and love today. Why the colored eggs and bunnies? Why the Passover and Holy Resurrection? Let's find out. Contact Kari firstname.lastname@example.org www.AncientStarSciences.com
24 minutes | Mar 20, 2018
Michael Hyman (Research Data Specialist) - National Association of Realtors
Monica speaks to Michael Hyman a Research Data Specialist for the National Association of Realtors. Michael shares his insights with Southern Utah Podcast about new reports for housing nationwide and what it might mean. For questions about housing and what you would like to know and heard talked about on Southern Utah Podcast please contact us today. MonicaMorrisonHomes@gmail.com Brought to you by www.SouthernUtahPodcast.com
31 minutes | Mar 2, 2018
Academy 2018′ – Oscar Nominee – Taura Stinson (Best Song)
Monica speaks to Taura Stinson, who is a songwriter known for co-writing collaborations with artists such as Usher, Ariana Grande, Raphael Saadiq, Andre 3000, Destiny’s Child and many more. She talks about celebrating her first “Best Original Song” Academy Award nomination for “Mighty River”—a song she co-wrote with Saadiq (a frequent collaborator) and Mary J. Blige—which appears in the film Mudbound. Performed by Mary J. Blige, the song has already garnered a Golden Globe Nomination and is the high point of a celebrated songwriting career. The 90th edition of the Academy Awards will air on March 4th. While this is Stinson’s first Oscar nomination, it’s not her first time on the Oscar stage. Stinson sang in the choir at the 2015 Academy Awards for Common and John Legend’s performance of the Oscar-winning song, “Glory” from Selma. A long list of her work and accomplishments in bio below. Listen to “Mighty River” here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAJpEVv2XHw Says Stinson: “The inspiration for the song title “Mighty River” came from the idea of washing the mud from lives, both literally and metaphorically. The song is about the redemption of the two families featured in the film. It is a song about forgiveness and hope. We wanted to use the song as a platform to inspire and affect change.” ABOUT TAURA STINSON Taura Stinson is a Veteran songwriter Born in Birmingham, AL and raised in Oakland, CA. In her early career she penned songs for artists including Destiny’s Child, Kelis, Kelly Rowland and Deborah Cox and has collaborated with Raphael Saadiq, Dr. Dre, Yukimi Nagano of Little Dragon, Kanye West and Andre 3000 among many others. Her very first film soundtrack placement was on “Men in Black” and she has sense worked on various mediums ranging from Film, TV and a wide range of artists. She co-wrote the Grammy nominated single on the Illumination album called “Show Me The Way” for the legendary band, Earth, Wind and Fire. Taura and her long time writing partner, Raphael Saadiq wrote and produced the song “Gonna Be Alright” performed by Steven Tyler (AEROSMITH) for the animated film starring Beyonce titled “Epic”. They also wrote and produced ALL of the songs for the Musical film “Black Nativity” starring Forest Whitaker, Jennifer Hudson, Angela Bassett, Jacob Latimore, Mary J Blige, Luke James, Tyrese and Nas. Taura and Raphael were nominated for the “Ashford and Simpson Songwriters award as well as Grammy nomination for their collaboration on the song they also co-wrote called “Good Man” on Saadiq’s Stone Rollin Album on which she was a featured artist. Taura is also a freelance A&R consultant garnering a Grammy win for her first A&R project, “The Awakening of LeAndria Johnson”. In addition, Taura was A&R director for Music World Entertainment and BET’S “Sunday Best” franchise for contestants and winners including Amber Bullock, Joshua Rogers, Andrea Helms, Elder Goldwire and Alexis Spight, who were released Top 10 Gospel Singles/Albums. Taura works with a variety of artists as a vocal producer/arranger/choir coordinator from various genres as including but not limited to, Paloma Faith, Kim Burrell, Trombone Shorty, Chaka Khan, Paris Hilton, The Reef Band, Patti Labelle and the television show, “The Underground” among others. Taura served as lead lyricist for the animated film “Rio 2” starring Oscar Winners Jamie Foxx and Anne Hathaway. She also co-wrote “Airplay”, the end title for the film “Beyond TheLights” and “Champions”, the end title for the 2016 film “Hands of Stone” featuring Usher and Ruben Blades.
11 minutes | Feb 17, 2018
Parade of Homes - Southern Utah
Monica and Chris talk about the Parade of Homes in Southern Utah (St. George) also about an Open House that needs to be seen! www.SouthernUtahLuxuryEstates.com
22 minutes | Feb 8, 2018
Wild The Coyote and Badd Wolf
Monica speaks to – Wild The Coyote and Badd Wolf as they share their story of how they came to make the amazing sounds. Indie Entertainment (News) Magazine while covering Sundance Film Festival, visited the Stateroom in Salt Lake City for Blackkiss Album showcase. Wild The Coyote and Badd Wolf opened for their friend Pete Sands, a native american up and coming artist. Catch Wild The Coyote at the Viper Room in LA. Monday Feb 12 About: A unique collaboration between country music and hip-hop emerged in the summer of 2017 when small town folk artist Wild the Coyote and Los Angeles raised rapper Badd Wolf were booked together to perform at Interscope Recording artist Yelawolf’s 3rd annual Music festival, Slumfest, in Nashville TN. Since taking on the stage name Wild the Coyote and Badd Wolf, the dynamic duo have headlined stages from Hollywood’s infamous Viper Room to Harley Davidson private parties. Styles of sound ranging from blues and dark-country to head bopping hip hop and soul. The team has recently begun traveling to perform in major cities in the U.S. and with the release of their debut single “Old Man”, Wild the Coyote and the Badd Wolf intend to hit the road and never look back. In February 2018 they will be the headlining music act at “Mama Tried,” Harley Davidson’s event at the Harley Davidson museum in Milwaukee.
31 minutes | Dec 13, 2017
Holiday Eating and Exercising tips
Monica speaks to Chris Willardsen and Annette Argent about health and wellbeing during the holidays. How do we keep the weight off and still enjoy the festivities? Here are some tips to help you think about what might be best or helpful for you.
25 minutes | Nov 16, 2017
Southern Utah Home Builders Association - Mari Krashowetz
SUHBA The Southern Utah Home Builders Association (SUHBA) is a trade association representing building industry businesses throughout Washington, Kane and San Juan Counties of Southern Utah. Our Mission is to support the home building industry and benefit its members, partners, and communities through education, relationships, advocacy, and service. Working Together to Build a Better Community The members of SUHBA play a vital role in the construction industry in Southern Utah and surrounding areas. Together we contribute to the growth, prosperity and quality of life these exceptional communities have come to enjoy. SUHBA provides marketing, networking, and education opportunities to members through the St. George Area Parade of Homes, the Utah Building Industry Conference, the SUHBA Charity Golf Tournament, free monthly luncheons, and many other events and programs. We encourage you to use SUHBA members for the quality products and services you're looking for. http://www.suhba.com/ ABOUT MARI Mari Krashowetz, Executive Officer for the Southern Utah Home Builders Association (SUHBA) has been employed by SUHBA for 16 years. She oversees the daily SUHBA operations including five staff members, coordinates the annual St. George Area Parade of Homes, and handles the Government Affairs program to help keep housing a priority in our area. Mari along with the SUHBA team, and many SUHBA members, coordinates the annual Scholarship Golf Tournament, the annual Utah Building Industry Conference, and organizes Southern Utah Home Builders Care Foundation projects. Some past projects include the building and expansion of the Doctors Volunteer Clinic, remodel of SwitchPoint Housing and Resource Center, and most recently coordinated the building of a 4,000 square foot pavilion/training center and outdoor amphitheater for the Boy Scouts of America at the Marion D. Hanks Quail Creek Scout Camp. These projects were made possible by caring building industry professionals and will leave a lasting legacy in our community. Mari has contributed countless hours to Habitat for Humanity and has served on their Board of Directors. Mari is currently serving on the Executive Committee for St. George Area Economic Development. Mari was named on the Top 5 Most Influential Women of Southern Utah by The Spectrum in 2014. She loves living in beautiful Southern Utah and enjoys giving back to her community. She enjoys volunteering for her church and has served in many positions. Mari was married recently and together she and her husband Tony have eleven children, including a set of triplets. Her family is most important to her and the joy in her life.
31 minutes | Oct 28, 2017
Mayor candidate of St George, Utah (Lane Ronnow)
Monica speaks to Lane Ronnow who is running for Mayor of St George. About Lane Ronnow: Lane Ronnow, Executive Producer and Host of "A Story to Tell", a thirty minute television interview show, broadcast from the campus of Dixie State University. Lane was educated at Southern Utah University in Cedar City, Utah and the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah; with continuing education at the University of Utah College of Law and UCLA Extension Department. Lane has over forty years management, consulting, and broadcast media experience. Lane has served as a Justice Court Judge in Salt Lake County, Utah. His career also includes Department Director in a county government, CFO for School Districts, Housing Authorities, Behavioral Health Management Companies, and consulting work for businesses and governmental agencies. Lane is a “National Award of Merit” winner for “Administrative Innovation” presented by the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials. Lane's Membership and Participation in Professional and Community Organizations include: The American Public Works Association International Conference of Building Officials Association of School Business Officials National Journalistic Society National Association of Housing & Redevelopment Officials The California Disabilities Services Association President of the Bakersfield Youth Symphony Board of Directors Board of Directors, The Kern County Hispanic Commission on Drug and Alcohol Abuse Member of the St. George Art Museum Advisory Board. Lane has interviewed, on "A Story to Tell", over two hundred people; and has become friends with them all. Including but not limited to: Senators Orrin Hatch, Mike Lee, Rand Paul, Governor Gary Herbert, Congressman Chris Stewart, Utah State Attorney General Sean Reyes, State Representatives Greg Hughes, Lowery Snow, Brad Last, Walt Brooks, and State Senator Don Ipson. Along with most of the state, local, and county wide Republican, Democratic, and Independent. Candidates for election in Washington County and the City of St. George, Utah. As well as many ordinary people like the rest of us. Interviews, with those who are no longer with us include: Becky Lockhart, former Speaker of the Utah House. Former Utah Governors Norman Bangerter and Olene Walker, the only woman to serve as Governor of the Great State of Utah. Personal: Lane Ronnow was born in Cedar City, Utah; and currently resides in St. George, Utah. He has been happily married for over 30 years; with seven children, and twelve grand children. Though some of his life has been spent in Nevada, Arizona, California, and Canada; Utah is where he calls home. Education: CSU (SUU) University of Utah, Business Administration University of Utah, Law School Real Property, Contract Law & Legal Accounting UCLA VoEd Certification Hobbies: Private Pilot, Travel, Fiscal Management Consulting, Volunteer Work
36 minutes | Oct 28, 2017
Mayor Jon Pike - St. George, Utah
Monica speaks to Mayor of St George Mayor Jon Pike Election day is Tuesday November 7th and some voting has already begun. His challenger Lane Ronnow will also be on the show. Listen to both men as to why they should be mayor. About Mayor Pike Jon Pike was raised in Salt Lake City and received a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Utah and an MBA from Westminster College. Jon has worked in several positions with Intermountain Healthcare since 1990 – and since 1995 here in St. George. One of the highlights of Jon’s career has been working as project manager for the planning and construction of Dixie Regional Medical Center at River Road, which opened in 2003. He currently works as the regional operations director for SelectHealth – the health insurance division of Intermountain Healthcare. In 2007 Jon was elected to the St. George City Council and in 2013 he was elected as Mayor of St. George. He serves on the boards of Dixie State University, Dixie Applied Technology College, Washington County Water Conservancy District, St. George Area Economic Development, Utah League of Cities and Towns, and several other city and county-related boards. Jon loves singing, playing the piano, organ, and guitar, as well as water and snow skiing, motorcycling, and walking or biking on St. George’s many trails. Jon and his wife Kristy have five children and one grandchild. Jon Pike Mayor Jon Pike 435-627-4001 CONTACT
18 minutes | Oct 25, 2017
Coach Ed Eyestone (Head of Track and Field - BYU)
Monica speaks to Head Coach of Track and Field Ed Eyestone. (Brigham Young University) Track Coaching Honors Has coached 43 All-Americans in distance events (individual and relay) Three of Eyestone's distance runners have won national championships (Miles Batty – 2011 mile, Kyle Perry – 2009 steeplechase, Josh McAdams – 2006 steeplechase) Coached the distance medley relay national champions at the 2011 NCAA Indoor Championships 2012 Mountain Region Assistant Coach of the Year (Men's Track and Field) Coached former BYU track and field athlete Jared Ward to a sixth-place finish in the marathon at the 2016 Olympic Games at Rio de Janerio Was named head coach of Team USA at the 2017 IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Kampala, Uganda Cross Country Honors Has guided BYU to 12 conference titles, including eight in the Mountain West Conference (2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008) and four in the West Coast Conference (2011, 2013, 2015, 2016) Has coached 11 All-Americans who have earned 17 All-America honors Has led BYU to 11 top three finishes in the Mountain Region Championships, including titles in 2009 and 2011 Since taking over the program in 2000, has led BYU to a top 25 finish at the NCAA Championships in each season, including top 10 finishes in 2004 (5th), 2008 (9th), 2011 (4th), 2012 (6th), 2013 (fourth) and 2016 (seventh) Coached the 2006 NCAA National Champion in Josh Rohatinsky Six-time MWC Men's Cross Country Coach of the Year (2002, 2004-08) 2009 Mountain Region Coach of the Year (Men's Cross Country) Three-time WCC Men's Cross Country Coach of the Year (2011, 2013, 2015) BYU Hall of Fame Inductee (1998) Coaching Experience BYU Track Head Coach (2013-Present) BYU Head Cross Country Coach (2000-Present) BYU Men's Track Assistant Coach (2000-13) Weber State Assistant Coach (1996-98) Running Career Individual NCAA Cross Country Champion, 1984 at Penn State 10,000 meter Champion NCAA Track and Field Championship 1984, 1985 5,000 meter Champion NCAA Track and Field Championship 1985 Western Athletic Conference Champion (1984-85) 10-time All-American in indoor and outdoor track and Cross Country School record-holder 10,000 meter, 5,000 meter, 3,000 meter, 2 miles GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-American (3.69 GPA) NCAA Top Six Award Winner Five-time U.S. Road Racer of the Year as a professional runner An eight-time member of the U.S. Cross Country Team that competed in the World Cross Country Championships Eyestone attended Brigham Young University (BYU) earning a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in psychology and a Master of Science (M.S.) in exercise science. While at BYU, he became a 10-time NCAA All-American and in 1984 went undefeated in NCAA cross-country events. Eyestone is one of only four runners, along with Gerry Lindgren, Edward Cheserek, and Suleiman Nyambui, to capture the NCAA "Triple Crown" by becoming the 1985 NCAA Champion in cross-country, 5,000 meters and 10,000 meters. In 1985, the Academic All-American and recipient of the NCAA Top Six Award set a then-NCAA record in the 10,000 meters with a time of 27:41:05. He finished his collegiate career with four NCAA Championships. In 1986, Eyestone won the San Francisco Bay to Breakers 12 km race, defeating an estimated 110,000 competitors in what the Guinness Book of Records considers the world's largest footrace. He remains the last American to have won this race, and the only American to have done so since 1981. Post-racing career After putting up his shoes, Eyestone has become a noted distance and road racing expert, serving as a columnist for Runner's World magazine and television commentor for ESPN's "Race of the Month" series. Eyestone served as an analyst for NBC Sports coverage of Track and Field and Race Walking at the 2008 Summer Olympics. Eyestone returned to BYU as head coach of the cross-country team. Eyestone is a three-time selection as "Coach of the Year" for the Mountain West Conference (MWC). Previously he served as assistant track coach at Weber State University.
32 minutes | Oct 22, 2017
Huntsman World Senior Games - CEO Kyle Case
Monica speaks to Kyle Case - CEO of the Huntsman World Senior Games. Kyle has a podcast show of his own please check the link below. The Active Life Buzzsprout Here is the description: The Huntsman World Senior Games Active Life is a weekly 25 minute podcast designed to help listeners, age 50 and better, get the most out of their life. We tackle all kinds of health and wellness topics including the value of competition as part of overall health and wellness. History of the Games: The HUNTSMAN WORLD SENIOR GAMES, as it is known today, began in 1987 as the World Senior Games, an international senior sports competition. Founded by Daisy and John H. Morgan, Jr., the Games began with their vision of an international sports event for men and women ages 55 and better. Both agreed that the golden years were better when good health and physical fitness became a way of life, not an occasional hobby. In 1989 Jon M. Huntsman, Chairman of the Huntsman Corporation, became the Games' principal sponsor after recognizing that the Games not only fostered lifetime fitness, but also expanded Utah's economic vitality. A proud supporter of the Games, the Huntsman family continues to open the Games personally, with a warm welcome to the athletes and the lighting of the torch in traditional Olympic fashion during the Opening Ceremonies. Since its inception, the Games have been open to all men and women meeting the age requirement. The second year of the Games the age requirement was reduced from age 55 to age 50 to include more athletes and to encourage those looking at retirement to become involved in a personal fitness program or team sport. A small full-time staff works year round and is joined by more than 2,500 eager seasonal volunteers to host 30 athletic events over a two-week period each October. Headquartered in Southern Utah, the HUNTSMAN WORLD SENIOR GAMES has become a renowned event among serious athletes from Japan to Russia and from Alaska to Australia. Scores of countries have participated in the GAMES, where peace among nations is fostered through friendly competition. In addition to athletic events, the Games promote health by providing life saving health screenings for cancer-breast and prostate. Screenings also detect other serious health threats--glaucoma, diabetes, high blood pressure, elevated cholesterol, and decreased bone density. Volunteer medical and nursing students assist with the screenings and generous sponsors provide diagnostic equipment and services. Band concerts, dances, and awards socials for each sport are also part of the package, bringing athletes and guests together in a social atmosphere where they share in, and congratulate each other for, their achievements. This important aspect of the Games emphasizes the celebration of success for all participants, whether or not they win a medal. An overview of the Games would not be complete without mentioning our volunteers--thousands of adults, youth, and children who donate innumerable hours to make this two-week event a treasured experience for all. From sport directors to entertainers, each volunteer plays a valuable role in the success of the Games. As time marches on, the HUNTSMAN WORLD SENIOR GAMES will continue to host this one of a kind celebration promoting worldwide Peace, Health, Friendship, and as founder John Morgan reminds us, “Fun! Don't forget the Fun!”
19 minutes | Oct 22, 2017
Epicurean Raw - Health and Wellbeing
Epicurean Raw: Epicurean Raw came about through personal journeys, which now have become a life force for change in living and loving one’s self. This site shares years of experience from the kitchen to doctor’s visits. The site will offer tips for living a gentler and kinder way. Food is the healer or the destroyer. We hope to help you become a healthier you. – Annette Argent www.EpicureanRaw.com Annette Baca Argent is originally from Northern California, is of Native American and Hispanic decent. She is currently finishing her studies and earning her nutrition degree. She is a self taught health coach. Her personal journey from illness to a healthier self began in 2010. Her Tips for eating healthy and smart will be featured on Southern Utah Podcast! Visit her site: www.EpicureanRaw.com About: Annette Baca Argent has more passions outside healthy living and keeping informed on latest science of nutrition. Annette is a professional Photographer and a Creative Director of photography for Indie Entertainment Magazine.
17 minutes | Oct 22, 2017
Chris's Training Corner
Monica speaks to Chris Willardsen a fitness specialist in Southern Utah. His example of honest well-being is a great model to follow. About Chris: Fitness, specifically weight-lifting and running, have been an important part of my life, since age 15. As I've grown older (now 51) I've become more in tune to what's going on in the fitness industry, and frankly, more suspicious of claims made by manufacturers marketing fitness and dietary products as well as shortcuts to weight loss. I hope to help people who are seeking exercise and weight loss advice on how to sift through the confusing information. And, more importantly, to look at fitness as a life-long way of living without taking unhealthy shortcuts for short-term gain. Chris's contribution to Southern Utah Podcast can be heard monthly with a link to Chris's Corner training tips.
17 minutes | Oct 22, 2017
St George Chamber of Commerce - David Cordero
Host Monica Morrison speaks to David Cordero of the St George Chamber of Commerce. David is the Director of Membership and shares with us the benefits of joining the chamber in St George. The St George Chamber of Commerce: Provides assistance and information to businesses that are looking to start-up, expand or relocate. We work closely with the Dixie Business Alliance, the Washington County Economic Development Council, and the Department of Workforce Services to provide information and the help they need. Links consumers with suppliers and customers through our referral network. Every day we direct visitors, newcomers, residents, or other businesses to our member businesses that supply the products and services they need. Holds luncheons every Wednesday from noon to 1 pm. With an average attendance of 100 participants. The luncheons are a great networking opportunity and a way to be in the know about issues facing business. Provides seminars, workshops, and training opportunities. Publishes a weekly online newsletter featuring local business news, highlights, and achievements of member businesses. It is also a great source of business-to-business prospecting and Chamber member specials. Acts as a public relations firm to attract positive attention to promote the St. George area. Offers a unified voice for business on legislative issues and government regulations at all levels that affect business. Publishes the official map and relocation guide of the area that provides more in-depth information (such as infrastructure, healthcare, education, and the economy) about the area. Maintains a web-site www.stgeorgechamber.com that provides visitors with information about area tourism, area businesses, demographic information and important links to other partner sites which provide information crucial to people thinking of relocating to the area, or doing business in the area. Provides networking and marketing opportunities for member businesses resulting in new customers and new business relationships for member businesses. Join the St. George Chamber of Commerce and become a member of Southern Utah’s largest community of business buyers and sellers.
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