March 2019 Business Spotlights

March 2019 Business Spotlights
Posted on 03/04/2019

Chick-fil-A | 1088 E. Fort Union Blvd.

Chick-fil-A, located at 1088 E. Fort Union Blvd., was the 13th Chick-fil-A built in Utah and opened on March 17, 2011. Owner Gene Parsons and his wife, Susan, are involved in the community where they serve and assist in various organizations including Make-A-Wish, Utah Down Syndrome Foundation, Cookies for Kids, The Christmas Box House, Red Cross and the American Cancer Society, as well as the many schools in the area. Look for the Fort Union restaurant on Instagram @chickfila_fortunion and on Facebook at Chick-fil-A Fort Union for information about upcoming events, catering, and promotions including visits from the Utah Jazz Bear, Family Nights and more.

Heiden Orthopedics | 6360 S. 3000 East, Suite 210

Heiden Orthopedics and Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine of Salt Lake City (PTSM), are joint clinics located in Cottonwood Heights. The orthopedic practice is led by Olympic gold medalist Dr. Eric Heiden, and physical therapy is headed by Amy DeLap, DPT. They specialize in sports medicine, joint surgery, fracture care, podiatry, bone health, stem cells therapy, integrative rehabilitation and more. The orthopedic doctors at Heiden Orthopedics know the importance of physical activity, exercise, and wellness and are able to take advantage of a close relationship with PTSM. "We want our patients to feel they receive the very best care possible from surgery through rehabilitation,” according to the business.

Ribbon Cutting Planned for Salon

Lunchbox Wax will soon be opening in Cottonwood Heights. A Ribbon Cutting to mark the occasion is planned for Thursday, March 14 at 4 p.m. at the new salon, 1991 E. Fort Union Blvd. Lunchbox Wax is a full-service, speed-waxing salon.

Yummy! CHBA Hosts Annual Death by Chocolate Event

The Cottonwood Heights Business Association hosted its third annual Death by Chocolate event at City Hall on Feb. 12.

Participants enjoyed tasty chocolate treats from several local vendors, just prior to Valentine’s Day. Thanks to all for attending and supporting local businesses in Cottonwood Heights, and a special thank you to all the vendors who shared their creations.

The association could not host this chocolate extravaganza without your support, namely Angel Café, Carmine’s, Chick-fil-A, JulieAnn Caramels, Market Street Grill, Redstone Olive Oil, Smith’s, The Chocolate Palette, Trader Joe’s and Dunford Donuts.

CH Trainer Raising the Bar on Fitness

Ryan Carver, founder of Leverage Fitness Solutions in Cottonwood Heights, has been recognized by national magazine Personal Fitness Professional as its February 2019 Trainer of the Month. The magazine describes Carver as humble and smart. “He is hungry to serve and selflessly help others,” states the magazine, which published a Q&A with Carver.

In the article, Carver says it was his dream to open his own facility, Leverage Fitness Solutions, in 2017. He started as a personal trainer in 2005 and holds a bachelor’s degree in fitness leadership from the University of Utah. “I believe we all raise the bar by emulating the best, collaborating — not competing — with other fitness professionals, and holding yourself and each other to sometimes ridiculously high standards. I am striving to live this day in and day out. The more people who join in this concept, the higher the bar will become, and you’ll be lifted to heights you never thought possible.”