Business of the Month!
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MBC proudly hosts the Business of the Month award to connect our community with its leaders! We want to learn about you – what makes your business unique, what lessons have you learned that may help others, and how do you give back (i.e. community service, civic engagement, events, fundraisers, local sponsorships, etc.)? We invite you to think of this application as less of a “sales pitch” for your products – and more of a legacy builder. If a statue was built in your honor, what would the plaque say? Have fun with it… and find us on social @MillcreekBusinessCouncil to view past recipients for inspiration! Questions: please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 801-214-2761.
Business of the Month Award sponsored by Granite Credit Union
January's Business of the Month
Zhennet’s Massage is one of the premier massage therapy clinics in Millcreek, offering unrivaled experience and skill! It is a dream come true for Zhennet Annamamedova of Turkmenistan, a little country in Central Asia, who dreamed of coming to the United States and opening a business. She was a massage therapist and a neurologist in both Turkmenistan and Russia for decades. Now licensed in the USA, Zhennet brings years of invaluable experience. She specializes in a range of massage techniques that focus on helping the body to heal itself by relieving pressure on tripped nerves, massaging out swelling and damaged tissue, and increasing blood flow to painful areas and injuries which can aid the natural healing process. She has many satisfied repeat customers who say that Zhennet helped to relieve them of their pain. They say that she made them feel fantastic, less stressed, more calm, and that her massage even helped them sleep better!
Zhennet’s Massage is open for appointments by calling or texting 801-931-8025.
February's BUSINESS OF THE MONTH
Epic Fitness, founded in 2009 by Ben Fogel, exists to help each individual to become the best possible version of themselves and to get 1% better every day. We believe our members deserve a place where they can go and feel accepted, no matter where they are starting their journey. We understand the current fitness landscape, and how hard it can be to find a fitness home. That is why we strive to be the most supportive, positive, motivating and inclusive gym in the entire state!
What makes us different is that we deliver your own unique program in a very small, semi-private team environment. We use a proprietary custom program design app that gives our coaches the ultimate tool to be able to get our members results in the shortest amount of time.
March's BUSINESS OF THE MONTH
Ben Johnson and Katy Jackson founded 2nd Track Sports in 2009 and are excited to get the band back together in Millcreek at Lone Pine Gear Exchange. This time around, they wanted to create a different kind of a one-stop outdoor gear shop – one where customers not only find great deals on outdoor equipment, but can also repair the gear they already have and love, resell gear they no longer use, or repurpose gear that may not be fixable at their inhouse gear repair department. Lone Pine also features a brand new Wintersteiger ski tune shop, bike serving, and boot fitting to round out their service department. The company was founded on the belief that small acts can have big impacts and Lone Pine plants a tree for every order placed online or in their shop. In addition, they have a refill station where customers can find plastic-free alternatives for everyday products like soap and dental floss. Ben and Katy's hope is that their collective actions add up to make a positive impact within their community and on the planet.
business council highlights
The Millcreek Business Council is to serve as a voice of the business community to city leaders of Millcreek; to be a liaison between City Hall and the business community; to support the growth and retention of businesses in Millcreek; to assist in the branding and marketing of the Millcreek business community; and to assist local employers with their workforce needs.
Any licensed business in Millcreek is automatically a member of the Business Council, at no additional charge. All interested are invited to participate in the committees or activities of their choice. Meetings are held at City Hall; interested individuals should reach out to the respective committee chairs.
We want to hear from business owners like you as we plan upcoming events and look to help the community.
- Preparing Your Business for Physical and Digital Disasters with Mike Stapley
- Business and Community Preparedness and Resilience
with Karen Blackwood
- Digital Marketing with Ryan Avila
- Building Strategic Partnerships with Dr. Sam Delahunty
- Social Media Marketing with Tyler VonHatten
- From Stress to Peace in Challenging Times with Dorie Olds @(Model.BulletStyle == CivicPlus.Entities.Modules.Layout.Enums.BulletStyle.Decimal ? "ol" : "ul")>