The Highlights

  • What Exactly is the Millcreek Business Council?
  • Millcreek Meet n’ Eat Luncheon
  • Millcreek BOGOS
  • Join the Millcreek Business Council
  • Facebook Information
  • Earthquake Text Message Campaign
  • Sound the Alarm

What Exactly is the Millcreek Business Council?


The Millcreek Business Council is a voice for the business community to city leaders of Millcreek; a liaison between City Hall and the business community; a driver of growth and retainer of businesses; a branch of marketing for the business community; and an asset for local employers to support 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 for further details (see below).

Millcreek Meet n' Eat


Join us for Millcreek’s monthly Networking Luncheon.

When: Tuesday, May 14th
Time: 11:45 am to 1:00 pm
Where: Citris Grill (3977 Wasatch Blvd)
Register through Eventbrite to save your seat.
Bring $15 to pay for your meal during the event.
Cash preferred, cards accepted.

Seats are limited; so register today!


https://www.eventbrite.com/e/millcreek-meet-n-eat-tickets-60537043928

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PROMOTE YOUR BUSINESS WITH

MILLCREEK BOGOS


Millcreek BOGOS (Buy-One-Get-One-Free Deals) is a new addition to the website of the Millcreek Business Council, an official auxiliary of the new city of Millcreek. It is a great place for Millcreek residents and visitors alike to find deals at some of their favorite Millcreek restaurants, shops, and services!
 
WHO CAN POST A BOGO? Any licensed business in Millcreek is eligible AT NO CHARGE, although there is a limit to one deal per business per quarter. Join Tres Hombres, Provisions, The Baking Hive, Rawtopia, C. Kay Cummings Chocolates, Maria’s Mexican Grill, and more!
 
HOW DO THE CUSTOMERS USE THE COUPON? They can print them off and cut them out, or just show it on their phone at purchase.
 
WHAT IS THE STANDARD “FINE PRINT” ON EACH COUPON?  Expiration date for the deal would be the last day of the quarter, limited one coupon per party per visit. Other “fine print” can be dictated by the business, such as restrictions of certain days, hours, or menu items.
 
MUST THE DEAL BE A BOGO? Yes. Please make the deal buy-one-get-one of equal or lesser value (i.e., buy one dessert, get one free; buy one pedicure, get one free; etc.)
 
WHEN WILL THIS START? The first group of Millcreek BOGOS will run from July 1-Sep. 30.
 
HOW WILL THIS BE PROMOTED? In addition to being listed on the Millcreek Business Council website, Millcreek BOGOS will be promoted through city and business council social media channels, as well as through Millcreek’s newsletter and weekly e-newsletter.

HOW DO I SUBMIT MY BOGO? Please email your business logo and deal to businesscouncil@millcreek.us no later than June 10 at noon! Call Nicole with any questions 801-214-2761

Join the Millcreek Business Council


All committee meetings are held at Millcreek City Hall, 3330 S. 1300 E.

You or anyone from your business is welcome to join any committee.

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Emergency Preparedness Committee:

This committee coordinates with City Hall and business leaders to help businesses prepare for disasters and business continuity.

Chair: Linda Milne lmilne6135@msn.com
(3rd Monday @ 10:00 am every other month)

                June 17th
                August 19th
                October 21st
                December 16th


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Healthcare/Senior Care Committee

This committee represents the large healthcare and senior care sectors in Millcreek; hosts industry specific events.

 
Chair: Frank Barton frank@rahslc.com

(2nd Wednesday @ 9:00 am every other month)

                June 12th
                August 14th
                October 9th
                December 11th



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Highland Drive Business Alliance:

This committee represents companies along Highland Drive on this historic and important business corridor.
 
Chair: Carol Elliott celliott@palettislc.com
(3rd Tuesday @ 9:00 am every other month)

                June 18th
                August 20th
                October 15th
                December 17th

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Networking Committee:

This committee plans monthly mixers or other social events for business leaders to network at.
 
Chair: Matt Jackson matt@elevationcenterutah.com
(1st Monday @ 10:00 am every other month)

                May 6th
                June 3rd                         July 1st
                August 5th                     September 2nd       
                October 7th               November 4th
                December 2nd              

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Promise Program Support Committee:

This committee works with the City’s Promise Program by removing barriers to equity for all Millcreek residents & families.

Chair: Carrie Coppola  carrie.coppola@gmail.com
(4th Monday @ 9:00 am every other month)

                April 22nd
                June 24th
                August 26th
                October 28th
                December 16th (moved to the 3rd Monday)

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Restaurant Promotion Committee:

This committee plans an annual restaurant dine-a-round or other activities to connect Millcreek restaurants with new customers.

Chair: Stephanie Steele meetmeon33rd@gmail.com  

(1st Wednesday @ 9:00 am every other month)

                June 5th
                August 7th
                October 2nd
                December 4th

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Venture Out!/Outdoor Recreation Committee:

This committee works with the City’s Venture Out! Summer Festival and identifies ways businesses can be involved in the fun as well as represents the large outdoor recreation sector in Millcreek to host industry specific events.
 
Chair: Marc Nicholas mnicholas@kw.com
(2nd Tuesday @ 9:30 am every other month)

                June 11th
                August 13th
                October 8th
                December 10th

group of people at a city planning open house

Workforce Committee:

This committee helps put on job fairs for Millcreek businesses and works with City Hall to better promote job opportunities at Millcreek businesses.
 
Chair: Suzi Sands  suzi@avivawoman.com
(4th Monday @ 10:00 am every other month)

                April 22nd
                June 24th
                August 26th
                October 28th
                December 9th (moved to the 2nd Monday)




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Facebook


The Millcreek Business Council promotes local businesses, shares upcoming events, and is a valuable business resource. Find us here




Earthquake Tips and info textline flyer

Earthquake Text Message Campaign


Between February 1st and the 23rd, Utah had 8 “feelable” earthquakes. Sign up for tips and info today!

These texts:
  • provide information about earthquakes in Utah
  • promote emergency preparedness
  • answer the common questions
  • provide information following a major quake
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Sound the Alarm

On May 8th the Red Cross will team up with fire departments, volunteers, and community partners to Sound the Alarm with a home fire safety and smoke alarm installation event.

In neighborhoods near Scott Avenue Park volunteers plan to install up to 3 alarms per household while also sharing lifesaving fire safety tips and evacuation plans with families.

Installations will take place from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Click here to sign up or for more information. 

Text image about the Sound the Alarm campaign happening on May 8 at Scott Avenue Park
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