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“Speaking on Business” Honors Top Businesses in 2016

Fourteen Idaho and Utah companies were honored as Top Businesses in 2016 at Zions Bank’s “Speaking on Business” radio program luncheon.

Feb 10, 2017

The radio program is also celebrating its 20th anniversary on the air this year. In two decades, “Speaking on Business” has spotlighted hundreds of businesses across Utah and Idaho. It never matters whether they are large corporations, small businesses or brand new startups, “Speaking on Business” cares about sharing the unique stories and missions of each company, while promoting the importance of small businesses to our economy.

Program host Chris Redgrave joined Zions Bank President and CEO Scott Anderson and Executive Vice President Rob Brough to thank the businesses for striving to make our economy stronger and presented an award to each business owner. “Their commitment to our community is outstanding,” Redgrave said. “These companies are truly experts in what they do; and, because they succeed, our cities and neighborhoods succeed.”

Following are the 2016 honorees:

Air and Sea International wins an award
Air and Sea International of Murray, Utah, calls itself a travel agent for freight shipped worldwide. The 30-year-old family business is owned and operated by the father/son team of Brent and Jason Fowler.
American West Heritage Center wins an award
American West Heritage Center, located in Wellsville, Utah, is a living history experience that includes antique farm equipment, animals and a working garden.
Clearview Cleaning wins an award
Since she founded Clearview Cleaning more than 20 years ago, Sylvia Hampel has grown the business into a full-service janitorial company with 350 employees and specializing in Class A office space.
Domtec International wins an award
Domtec International of Idaho Falls produces large storage domes for the cement, agriculture, mining and power generation industries across the U.S. and in 11 countries on five continents.
Fiesta Fun Center wins an award
Fiesta Fun Center in St. George is a dynamic, year-round playground for kids and adults alike, offering go-karts, bumper boats, mini-golf, batting cages, kiddie carts and arcade games as well as bowling area, a full-service restaurant and laser tag arena.
Hamilton Manufacturing wins an award
From contributing to the Panama Canal and helping restore land after the Santa Barbara fire, Hamilton Manufacturing Inc. in Twin Falls has shipped its innovative and environmentally-friendly insulation and hydroseeding products worldwide.
High Desert Milk wins an award
High Desert Milk in Burley specializes in high-quality milk powders used to make infant formula, confectionary products and ultra-high temperature milk used and sold in Asia and Latin America.
Integrated Learning Strategies wins an award
Integrated Learning Strategies of Kaysville is dedicated to helping students develop a basic educational foundation so they can succeed in school.
Intermountain Wind and Solar wins an award
Solar contractor Intermountain Wind and Solar in Woods Cross offering a full suite of services from initial consultation through installation. The company is steadily growing and surpassed 100 employees in 2016.
Rico Brand wins an award
Rico Brand’s Mexican grocery items include salsa, guacamole and tortillas, and are fresh, authentic, and preservative and additive free. The Salt Lake City company’s distribution has expanded to include seven states.
Rubys Inn wins an award
Boasting three hotels and more than 700 rooms, the Best Western Ruby’s Inn complex serves visitors to Utah’s Bryce Canyon National Park and offers a variety of activities like horseback riding, mountain biking, ATV tours, shopping and hiking.
Tanglewood Design wins an award
Tanglewood Design in Salt Lake City creates custom children’s beds and indoor playsets. Brothers and business partners Michael and Kevin Herd operate this business, which caters to families as well as businesses.
Uintah Basin Healthcare wins an award
Uintah Basin Healthcare, headquartered in Roosevelt, is the largest independent rural healthcare system in Utah. They operate a 49-bed hospital as well as six clinics, two dialysis centers, home care services, two pharmacies and a rehabilitation and skilled nursing facility.
Wingfoot Corporation wins an award
Building on 37 years of experience in the industry, Wingfoot Corporation in North Salt Lake is a premier janitorial service provider across the Wasatch Front.

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