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6000 S Stratler St
Salt Lake City, UT 84107
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Premier Businesses in Salt Lake City, UT

AWA Kitchen Cabinets
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(801) 746-1527
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Cucina Toscana
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(801) 328-3463
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Five Sons Concrete, LLC
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(801) 390-0761
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R. H. Johnson Construction Inc.
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Things To Do in Salt Lake City, UT

Discovery Gateway Children's Museum Discovery Gateway Children's Museum

In a world where kids are told to not touch something, it's nice to be welcomed into a place where hands-on experiences are encouraged and welcomed! Discovery Gateway Children's Museum is located in the Gateway Mall in downtown Salt Lake City, and not only will the kids love it, mom and dad will have a great time experiencing everything too!

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Jordanelle Marina | Boat, Jet Ski, Kayak & SUP Rentals Jordanelle Marina | Boat, Jet Ski, Kayak & SUP Rentals

Hang out at Jordanelle Marina, where you can soak up some sun while fishing or playing around with water toys like jet skis and pontoon boats. For a couple more thrills on the water, try your skill at water skiing, wake-boarding or other water sports. The marina offers other playthings like a water trampoline or a water weenie. This place is fun for the whole family, so bring the sunscreen and be ready for a good time at another great Salt Lake City destination.

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Days of '47 Parade Days of '47 Parade

The Days of '47 Parade is one of the largest parades in the country. It is held every July 24th, the same day as Pioneer Day which is a state holiday for Utah. This day marks the arrival of Brigham Young and fellow Mormon pioneers to the area after being exiled from Nauvoo, Illinois. The first parade and festival was held in 1849. The Church of Latter Day Saints as well as various businesses and community groups have floats in this spectacular display of community involvement that also acknowledges Utah's rich history.

 
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