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Speaking on Business: Top Businesses – UT 2

The Top Businesses for 2018 showcase some of the best and brightest in Utah.

Chris Redgrave Feb 15, 2019


This is Chris Redgrave for Zions Bank Speaking on Business.

Our Top Businesses for 2018 showcase some of the best and brightest.

The inventory at Ken Sanders Rare Books is vast, eclectic and constantly evolving. In addition to new, used and rare books, you’ll find art, maps, postcards and photography that give this downtown Salt Lake City destination its unique experience. Owner Ken Sanders is known internationally in the book trade.

Pam Schulte created Lucky Spoon Bakery to provide delicious gluten-free items for her husband. 9 years later, Lucky Spoon Bakery is a multi-state operation, distributing product in 1,500 stores in 35 states.

With their generational furniture business, Olympia Furniture, the Mayorga family, with father/son team Jose and Luis, has it figured out. The secret to their success is offering quality, affordable furniture and high-touch service for their diverse customer base.

After learning the trade, Troy Meier has created numerous technological advances in oil and gas production for almost 40 years. Superior Drilling Products created their own product lines while also manufacturing parts for high-tech companies like NASA.

You will not find a person more passionate about marine life than CEO and founder Brent Andersen of The Loveland Living Planet Aquarium, now in a 136,000-square-foot-aquarium with 4,000 animals and nearly one million visits annually. A state-of-the-art Science Learning Center is under construction.

Congratulations to our 2018 Top Businesses!

For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.

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