Business Briefs for Sept. 1-3
August 31, 2010
Whole Foods to give five percent to NAC
According to a press release, on Sept. 2, Whole Foods Market at Kimball Junction will host a Community Giving Day for National Ability Center and will donate 5 percent of net sales from the store to the NAC. Volunteers from the NAC will be at the store all day with an information booth, equipment demonstrations and will even help bag groceries.
Talk to Olympians at Red Banjo
According to a press release, Olympian Bryan Fletcher and other team mates will sign autographs at the Red Banjo Pizzeria on Main Street from 5 to 7 p.m. on Sept. 2. Proceeds will go to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The Red Banjo will match money raised.
Correction on ChamTech story from Aug. 21
According to County Planner Kimber Gabryszak, planners do not recommend approval for projects as the story suggested, but instead inform the East Side Planning Commission of their options usually to approve with conditions, deny, or continue the application.
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The Utah Department of Commerce recently announced "Verify Utah," the Utah Documented Employer Registry is up and running online for Utah businesses to voluntarily register that they have confirmed new employee immigration status through the federal E-Verify program. Employers and the public can find out more information at: http://verify.utah.gov .