February 2020 - Alpine art center
Known as the epicenter for all events in Alpine, Utah, Alpine Arts Center is a place where every celebration is complemented by extraordinary views of the Rocky Mountains. Surrounded by beautiful garden scenes, stunning water features, a gorgeous art gallery, and their very own sculpture park, they are a perfect place for you and your event. Whether you are celebrating a wedding, reception, company party, birthday, or any other meeting, step inside one of the most versatile venues you will find and let them help you create exceptional and lively memories you'll remember for years to come. Alpine Art Center has been a member of the Chamber for decades, and we appreciate their support and willingness to let us use their facilities when needed.
january 2020 - business promotion
With more than 10 years of experience in the web design industry, Business Promotion is helping to burst the bubble of overpriced and outdated web design companies. Offering high-end custom website design and e-commerce solutions for small, medium, and large businesses, their goal is to work with you to find a perfect solution for your company. The CEO and many of the employees are graduates of American Fork High School and feel strongly about giving back to the community. Business Promotion has also been a great partner for the Chamber, designing and creating the American Fork Economic Development website that the Chamber maintains.
december 2019 - daylight donuts
From its founding in 1954, the Daylight Donut Flour Company has embraced an entrepreneurial culture, with all stores independently owned and operated by business people who are free to keep all the profits they earn from their stores. The Alpine location opened in October 2014 and serves delicious donuts made fresh daily as well as BYU Creamery ice cream. They have been long time supporters of the Alpine Business Association and were one of the first to join the Lone Peak Business Alliance earlier this year. We appreciate their support and love their donuts!
november 2019 - Costco wholesale
Costco Wholesale is a multi-billion dollar global retailer with warehouse club operations in eight countries. They are the recognized leader in their field, dedicated to quality in every area of business and respected for their outstanding business ethics. Despite their large size and explosive international expansion, they continue to provide a family atmosphere in which employees thrive and succeed. Their mission is to keep costs down and pass the savings on to their members. Costco's large membership base and tremendous buying power, combined with a never-ending quest for efficiency, result in the best possible prices for their members. They are a great partner in the community and are always willing to help!
october 2019 - Crumbl cookies
The very first Crumbl opened in Logan, UT. It all started with one big dream, two crazy cousins, and the perfect combination of flour, sugar, and chocolate chips. After thousands of dollars in wasted dough, recipes that did not live up to their expectations, and cookies that were just plain embarrassing to them today, the cousins decided to try something a little unique and A/B test their way to the perfect cookie. They would take the exact same cookie, change out one ingredient like chocolate chips, and randomly visit local gas stations and grocery stores simply asking one question: "Which one of these two cookies is the best?" They continued this testing on ingredients and cooking methods until they came up with what they believe is the world's best chocolate chip cookie. Now the franchise has expanded to over 31 locations in 6 different states, each continuing to spread warm, fresh, delicious cookies to Crumblrs everywhere. The American Fork Crumbl has been active in several community events and has shown great pride in creating cookies that everyone can enjoy.
september 2019 - turn community services
TURN Community Services was founded in 1973 by a group of parents who wanted improved program services for their adult children with intellectual and developmental disabilities. TURN began by opening residential programs in Ogden and Bountiful where individuals with disabilities could live in a regular home setting and participate in community activities and have an integrated, more independent social interaction experience. Today TURN Community Services provides services to more than 850 individuals with developmental disabilities in Utah. They offer a full range of services including day programs, residential living services, art center programs, summer camp, and supported employment opportunities. They are excited to be located in American Fork and help serve families in the area.
August 2019 - Chick-fil-a
As a family-owned business, the Cathy family has been working together for 70 years. Just as Truett Cathy built Chick-fil-A alongside his wife and children, today several second and third generation Cathy family members are carrying on that tradition, while others pursue talents in other fields. Dusty Pyne owns and operates the American Fork and Lehi Chick-fil-A locations and strives to carry on the family-friendly atmosphere established by the Cathy family. With his father, Vern, the Pyne family has made a lasting impact in American Fork and beyond. They have spent countless hours and resources giving back to the community, supporting school programs, and serving on the board of directors for the Chamber. The Cow has become a local celebrity and will always remind you to "Eat Mor Chikin®."
july 2019 - ifa country stores
Your farmer’s cooperative was formed in 1923 by a group of men with an ambitious vision for the future and a lot of hard work. Organized in Gunnison, Utah as a marketing cooperative for surplus eggs in the region, the talents of Albertus Willardson, Benjamin Brown, and Clyde Edmonds merged and were immediately recognized by producers as well as groups like the Utah Farm Bureau, the railroad companies, and small town businessmen looking to improve the economy of their community. In 1960, Mr. C. K. Ferre, a long-time employee, took over the leadership of the association and on February 25, 1961, the name was changed to “Intermountain Farmers Association.” After 90 years, cooperation between officers, employees, board members and patrons has created a history of agriculture excellence to be proud of during good as well as challenging times. Today, IFA is committed to continue supporting one another as we “grow the things we love.”
jUNE 2019 - THE CHARLESTON AT CEDAR HILLS
Nestled in a quaint Cedar Hills, UT neighborhood with views of Mahogany Mountain, The Charleston at Cedar Hills is known as a cozy, intimate, “boutique” assisted living community with beautiful landscaping, distinctive architecture, and ample space to socialize and enjoy a myriad of activities. The boutique nature of this community allows residents and staff to have a more personalized relationship in a welcoming, pet-friendly, home-like environment. The community’s caring, attentive staff is known to consistently go above and beyond. They have been serving Utah County families for over 13 years, and are well known as an inviting environment for seniors to experience an active life and be well cared for.
may 2019 - ken garff ford
Ken Garff Ford is the place to find new Ford Cars & Ford Trucks in Utah County, and they have a wide variety of vehicles to choose from. Ken Garff Ford is the kind of dealership that takes time and listens to the wants and needs of their customers. They understand that buying a car is a process that takes a certain amount of careful consideration and do their best to make the car buying experience an easy one. Their Ford dealership is proud to serve the Utah County and Salt Lake County areas with a complete selection of new and used vehicles, a professional finance department, and a certified service, maintenance, and Ford parts center.
APRIL 2019 - TEXAS ROADHOUSE
It all began on February 17, 1993, when Kent Taylor opened the first Texas Roadhouse in Clarksville, Indiana. Kent's goal was to own not just a family restaurant and not just a steak restaurant, but a place where everyone, of all ages, could come and have a great meal and great fun for a great price. At Texas Roadhouse, their team has an incredible sense of pride in everything they do. Their passion ensures you have a Legendary Experience every time. Because of their passion for our guests and their communities, their team members are involved outside the restaurants in their local communities as a way to give back.
march 2019 - american fork fitness center
The American Fork Fitness Center is a great place for family fun and to fulfill your fitness goals! They offer a year round competition pool & hot tub, seasonal leisure pool (June-August) featuring a play area and lazy river, land & water group fitness classes, cardio room, weight room & x-train room, personal trainers (additional fees may apply), racquetball & indoor track, competitive and recreation gymnastics, competitive cheer, dance classes, itty bitty sports, day care, pre-school, Boy Scout merit badge and American Red Cross classes, youth recreation sports programs, karate classes & competitive swim team. They also have an annual Fitness Fair, which is a free event that includes hourly prizes, free screenings, local vendors, demonstrations, face painting, balloons, and more.
february 2019 - Harrington center for the arts
The Harrington Center for the Arts plans to renovate The Harrington School into a center for the arts, including a state-of-the art theatre. Their mission is to promote a culture of creativity and learning by supporting the arts in education, performance, and opportunities that uplift individuals, families, and our community and inspire meaningful human connections. They are dedicated to providing a community sharing venue for visions to be realized, causes to be met and ideas to be pursued. It is within the walls of their art gallery, performance theatre, dance studios, classrooms and offices that growth of these efforts will occur on a constant, and ever-evolving basis.
January 2019 - Utah sign co by allen's camera
Utah Sign Co was created in 2017 as a subsidiary of Allen's Camera. They focus on commercial printing and signage--everything from business cards to large trade show displays and 3D receptions signs. So far, they have operated out of the Allen's Camera store at 626 N State Street in Orem. Having seen rapid growth, they will be moving in early 2019 to a new building at 333 N Freedom Blvd in Provo. With their primary focus being on business, they have reps that are happy to come to your office to brainstorm with you and/or give you a quote. Once they're in their new building, give them a shout to ask about using their new conference room in Downtown Provo for free!
dECEMBER 2018 - wORLD CLASS AUTO REPAIR
World Class Auto Repair is your local source for honest and ethical AAA Approved Auto Repair in American Fork, UT! Since 2005, World Class Auto Repair has been the place to bring your vehicle for the most knowledgeable inspections, repairs, and preventive maintenance services you need! In addition to having their ASE Certified technicians service your vehicle, they also offer FREE LOCAL RIDES to work and home and back again and the most professional and courteous staff in town. They’re here to exceed your expectations with a full line of services for all your auto repair needs! We provide the highest quality service for all vehicles from your commuter scooter to your soccer mom van to your fleet.
NOVEMBER 2018 - TAYLOR DRUG
Taylor Drug opened its doors on January 3, 1936. It was started by Dave Taylor and was originally located at 27 East Main Street in American Fork, Utah. Ray Beasley eventually purchased Taylor Drug, and he owned and operated the store for many years. He moved the store to its current location at 76 N 1100 E in American Fork in 1976 where the store continues to operate today. In 1998, Ray sold the store to a partnership of Ron Moody and Rich Barton. This partnership continued for many years until Ron sold his portion of the store to Dan Barton & Clayton Grace, making up the current ownership of Rich Barton, Dan Barton, & Clayton Grace. Taylor Drug is partnered with the largest pharmacy buying group in the nation, allowing them to purchase prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) medications at the lowest price, permitting them to pass those savings onto their customers.
october 2018 - Zapplz
Zapplz is a caramel apple and gourmet treat shop located in American Fork. From apples like the classic Apple Pie and Original to Caramel Corn and Pretzel Rods, you'll find a treat for each member of the family! All of their caramel apples are made by hand and the entire process is completed in house from start to finish. Painstakingly small batches of caramel demand great focus and attention, but Zapplz takes pride in knowing that every friend who walks through the door is getting their best. Come try a sample of their latest confectionary experiment, pick up a gift basket for that special someone, or just grab your favorite snack.
september 2018 - Adoptionlife.org
AdoptionLife.org is a non-profit adoption agency that is dedicated to bringing hope, love, and strength into children's and parents’ lives. They are committed to giving their time, energy, and resources to help hopeful adoptive families prepare for adoption and provide birth parents and adoptees with compassionate, caring, and life-long support. They hold themselves to a higher standard and strive to provide excellent education and advocacy while maintaining morals of trustworthiness and ethical relationships with all those touched by adoption.
august 2018 - Fox hollow golf club
Fox Hollow is a premier 18 Hole golf course conveniently located in American Fork. It is well known for the views of the Rocky Mountains and the beautiful scenery of the golf course. Fox Hollow has been a great partner with the chamber. They host several of our lunch events throughout the year and do an amazing job helping with the Chamber's annual golf tournament - the Memorial Classic. Remember, every chamber member has access to the driving range and, depending on your membership level, golfing on the course. Come experience Fox Hollow for yourself!
july 2018 - Kona ice
Kona Ice made its debut in Utah County in April 2014. As the original shaved ice truck in the area, Kona Ice is dedicated to providing a unique experience - spreading fun, and creating smiles while giving back to local communities. Kona Ice has participated in major events in the state and, since hitting the roads, has consistently been rated among the top frozen desserts in the area. Josh and Annya Lowe wanted a business that people would enjoy frequenting, but more importantly, a business that would allow them to give back to the community. Since 2014 Kona Ice has donated over $43,000 to local schools, youth sports, and not-for-profit organizations. As an educator, Annya is well acquainted with the financial limitations in our schools. As a former BYU football player, having grown up in youth youth sports leagues, Josh understands how expensive it is to participate in and run those programs. You may have seen their mobile units at festivals, schools, youth sports venues, BYU & UVU events, and at functions of some of the biggest corporate entities in the state. However, where they make the biggest difference is often in the unseen places like homeless shelters, family crisis centers, Title I schools, or hospitals while raising funds for children battling cancer.
june 2018 - America First Credit Union
America First Credit Union was founded on March 16, 1939 at the Hotel Newhouse in Salt Lake City, Utah. America First's mission of service is not limited to helping people develop and maintain financial well-being. In fact, it emanates throughout the community. Their employee volunteer program, the Greater Good, offers a planned, managed framework that motivates their staff to effectively donate time and resources to the communities where they live. America First was also the Title Sponsor for our Memorial Classic Golf Tournament this year and have been active participants in the Chamber for several years.
may 2018 - Black bear diner
Black Bear Diner, founded in 1995, is a fast-growing, community-oriented, family dining concept that offers a one-of-a-kind experience in a fun, bear-themed atmosphere. Black Bear Diner was born from a desire to bring home-style comfort food classics and personal service back to the dining experience. The brand is strategically growing its national footprint, with a goal of 100 locations by 2018. Black Bear Diner's founders value passion, energy, and entrepreneurial spirit, and they have a relentless commitment to serving their guests and communities.
April 2018 - Nori sushi bar & grill
Nori Sushi has been a great addition to the chamber and to the city of American Fork. They have been a wonderful host for several chamber events at their restaurant. They provide the highest quality sushi that is flown in fresh, and they pride themselves on their high-end taste while serving food in a quick and efficient manner. They offer a variety of sushi rolls and dishes, hot ramen, premium saki, udon and soba, and amazing chicken and beef dishes. Come in today and try the best sushi in town!
March 2018 - Country View Veterinary Hospital
Country View Veterinary Hospital has been serving Utah County since 1996 and is a complete small-animal medical, dental, and surgical center whose highly-trained staff has over 20 years of experience servicing small animals. Dr. Scott Leiter graduated from Colorado State University in 1983, after completing his undergraduate studies at Brigham Young University in 1979. After nearly 2 years of working on all species of animals, he decided to focus his practice on dogs and cats. After practicing in Salt Lake City, both in day-time practices as well as evening emergency centers, he built and opened Country View Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Leiter has served on the Ethics Committee of the Utah Veterinary Community for over 10 years. Website
FEBRUARY 2018 - LYNNE'S WIG BOUTIQUE
In 2010 Lynne's Wig Boutique had opened for business, a point in time that made them feel as though their dreams had come true. They were determined to meet the needs of women who were experiencing hair loss and were struggling to find a relaxing space where they might explore various options and receive support during their unique circumstance while also learning about the construction and maintenance of wigs, extensions, and hairpieces. Lynne started with a specific vision and worked her way through various obstacles to ensure her clients would have everything they needed for a perfectly customized experience - settling was not an option! With community support, client feedback, and a hardworking team - Lynne's Wig Boutique now stands as the go-to place when looking for an everyday, special event, or costume hair solution. Website