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Business of the Month!
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We appreciate and support our local businesses and encourage you to keep them in mind when shopping or looking for services. We ask that you contact each directly to discuss how they are following the COVID-19 social distancing guidelines.
Business of the Month Award sponsored by Granite Credit Union
October's Business of the Month
Wasatch Community Acupuncture is a nonprofit with a mission to provide our community with low-cost acupuncture through a group model that aims to make acupuncture available to people from all walks of life. Acupuncture is particularly good at treating pain, headaches, migraines, fatigue, insomnia, allergies, respiratory issues, menstrual and menopause issues, stress, anxiety, and depression. We have been in business for over 11 years and provided over 150,000 treatments. We have a sliding scale of $15-$40 per treatment (with a $15 intake fee on the first visit). Patients decide what they can afford at each visit and receive a personalized, high-quality treatment no matter what they pay. Our friendly and experienced acupuncturists are available seven days a week, including evenings. We are following all CDC and health department guidelines and recommendations for keeping our patients and staff as safe as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic.
November's BUSINESS OF THE MONTH
C. Kay Cummings Candies has operated for 80+ years selling handmade / hand dipped chocolates. We have a very loyal clientele and we are very grateful for their continued business. We have taken the Stay Safe/Stay Open pledge and are committed to keeping our customer and staff safe during this pandemic. We have online ordering, curbside pickup and in store options for purchasing your sweet cravings.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank Millcreek City for approving us for the grant that allowed us to do some creative advertising during the holidays and also to upgrade the look of our store. We love Millcreek!
December's BUSINESS OF THE MONTH
Salty Peaks Snowboard Specialty Shop was founded in 1987 and created the "Southwestern Surf Skiers Association" that was responsible for getting many of Utah's resorts open to snowboarding when no resorts allowed snowboards.
Over the last 34 years salty peaks has become one of the best snowboard specialty shops in the country, pioneering the shop "team concept", providing knowledgeable sales, expert repairs, an ever widening range of board related services and quality rentals to help introduce the community to snowboarding in a friendly atmosphere that often becomes the catalyst to getting new riders to become life long lovers of snow.
Salty Peaks is also the home of the "Utah Snowboard Museum" with the worlds largest collection of vintage snowboards, skateboards and artifact under one roof and its all right here in your mill-creek community.
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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