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Payson, Santaquin chamber working hard to strengthen community

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r Lorene Moore, president of the Payson & Santaquin Area Chamber of Commerce, was on hand at recent Santaquin and Payson city council meetings as they both renewed their commitment to supporting the chamber.

“We are really blessed to have city governments that care so much about the strength of our business community,” Moore said. “Thanks to their support, Payson and Santaquin businesses are growing strong and giving great things back to the citizens.”

From the mom-and-pop auto shop and the dental office down the street to the large retailers and manufacturing companies, the chamber is working hard to make sure consumers know that the Payson and Santaquin community has most every they need.

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Communities are all about connections. The chamber is working to be a connecting link for local businesses and the consumers they serve.

These days, online communities are almost as important as our face-to-face communities, and the chamber is working hard to be effective there also with a new website and Facebook events such as the Small Business Saturday Food Drive and Leprechaun Hunt.

The chamber is preparing for the Payson Easter Egg Hunt, a favorite for the whole community. They are looking for volunteers to help on the fields and sponsors to help make the hunt great. You can find out more about both opportunities by calling the chamber office at 801-465-2634.

“Our community is made stronger by the service we give to one another and chamber members are in the best position to give that service. Our activities and events are all about building relationships between businesses and the community,” Moore said.

Find out more about the Payson & Santaquin Area Chamber of Commerce at paysonsantaquinarea.com and by liking it on Facebook.

Moore added, “Payson and Santaquin are growing so fast and the chamber is growing with them. Come be a part of the fun with us.”

 

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