Salt Lake City, Denver and Boise are three shining examples from the U.S. Mountain West.
Salt Lake City
Most of us have only watched the Winter Games from afar, so getting a taste of where the world’s best athletes compete and train is a truly special experience for groups.
Snowbasin Resort in Huntsville is offering several breakaway packages to corporate groups staying at The Grand American Hotel in nearby Salt Lake City.
Ride the Needles Gondola to the top of the mountain for a reception and live acoustic music before a Western buffet with meats like elk loin, buffalo brisket and American Wagyu prime rib served with all the trimmings. End the night being serenaded by cowboy poets while making s’mores and enjoying storytellers and yard games.
DINNER & A MOVIE
Stanza Italia Bistro & Wine
As the gateway to several of the state’s mountain resorts, Salt Lake City boasts a booming dining and nightlife scene worthy of checking out including a new beer hall and downtown theater and several restaurants with private dining space that recently joined the scene.
On Oct. 21, the new George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Theater opened in Salt Lake City.
The grand opening event took place from Oct. 21–23. The event featured performances from Brian Stokes Mitchell—a Tony Award-winning performer—Megan Hilty, actress in Smash and Tony-nominated performer, and performances from Ballet West, Utah’s Opera Chorus, Repertory Dance Theatre and Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company.
Skyline Exhibits Utah has moved to a larger location in South Salt Lake City, hosting a free educational seminar and grand opening event to celebrate. The 5,100-square-foot space provides the opportunity to showcase the latest Skyline exhibit systems and design ideas and offer free seminars regularly on topics such as best practices, booth staffing and the latest trends in exhibiting and exhibit design. Headquartered in St.