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
April's Business of the Month
The Hive SLC is more than a business. It's an alive and evolving creative community. We specialize in growing artists locally by working with Utah Arts Alliance and other organizations in the community. The Hive SLC wants to provide a safe place for young artists to grow, learn, and possibly enter the tattoo industry. We offer community art nights with figure and portrait drawing workshops taught by college professors. Once a month we provide a "Create and Develop" collective where artists at any level can bring their projects and get honest, constructive, and kind feedback to their work. The Hive SLC is always looking for more opportunities to connect with other creative businesses and organizations, so please send us a message or stop by! Oh, by the way, we also do really great tattoos!
May's BUSINESS OF THE MONTH
Olympus Hills Lanes has been providing family fun and hosting corporate events since 1963. A sponsor of the local Millcreek event series Venture Out!, the Lanes also plays host to community events and donates to local schools, athletes, causes, and charity groups. This fixture of the Olympus Hills Shopping Center is locally owned and run, and the staff and management are always willing to lend a hand. So many people have fond memories of the lanes, whether it was on a school trip or a date night. We guarantee you’ll be saying 'we should bowl more' after a trip to Olympus Hills Lanes. Come play! Visit olympushillslanes.com to learn more.
June's BUSINESS OF THE MONTH
Dolphin Pools and Spas, Inc. is a three-generation, family-owned business based in Millcreek servicing the Wasatch Front. Founded in 1953, Ted Ludlow together with his son Don Ludlow built their reputation as Utah’s premier custom pool builder. Today, under the leadership of Jeff Ludlow, the legacy of Dolphin Pools lives on. Our portfolio of expertly constructed pools and spas each reflect the decades of experience and level of expertise that our pools are known for. We believe that we can attribute the success of Dolphin Pools to our incredible team that continue to put quality, reputation and customer satisfaction above everything else. For us, building lifelong memories and helping families find time to bond and have fun, is the greatest accomplishment.
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.
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