The idea for launching a Planet Fitness Gym franchise in St. George Utah was born in New Hampshire, where owners Joshua and Heather Moran lived before moving their family to Utah.
“This is a very health conscious city with a fantastic community of people who love living here.” says Joshua. “The common thread is that we are a community at large that embraces a healthy lifestyle.”
October 2012 marks a significant milestone for business owners Josh and Stefanie Bevans of Steamroller Copies as they celebrate 20 successful years in business.
Located seventy miles east of St. George, in beautiful southeastern Utah, Orderville is a gateway town to Zion Canyon National Park. The town itself has about 600 residents and largely relies on travel and tourism industries for jobs, although Extreme Beam, a retail supplier for high-powered tactical lighting supplies is challenging that demographic.
Squeakers, LLC, was founded in St. George in 2008 by Andi Jensen and Julie Larsen. The company develops and produces fun and funky children’s shoes that help toddlers and children learn how to walk properly from heel-to-toe.The shoes can prevent developmental problems that sometimes arise when babies start walking on their toes instead of on their heels.
Three years had passed since Becky Whitney opened her business “A Passion for Painting” when she decided to contact the St. George Small Business Development Center (SBDC) to evaluate her efforts to expand her business and secure additional capitol.
In addition to his role as the director of the St. George Small Business Development Center (SBDC), Len Erickson is an adjunct professor of business and entrepreneurship at Dixie State College.
After 14 years working at Smart Enterprises, the last five as general manager, Carlos Mendez got a shock. Randall Smart, president and owner of the company, died in July 2010. Randall’s wife, Allyn Smart asked Mendez if he would like to buy the custom metal fabrication company.
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