Bank Of Utah

Bank Of Utah
Bank Of Utah is listed in the Trust Companies & Services category in Salt Lake City, Utah. Displayed below is the only current social network for Bank Of Utah which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Bank Of Utah on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 70.

Contact information for Bank Of Utah is:
2309 S Redwood Rd
Salt Lake City, UT 84119
(801) 973-2798

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Bank Of Utah has an overall ZapScore of 70. This means that Bank Of Utah has a higher ZapScore than 70% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Salt Lake City, Utah is 38 and in the Trust Companies & Services category is 29. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Utah Food Bank with Les Olson Company.
A heartfelt thanks to Les Olson Company for not only sponsoring our Summer Business Food & Fund Drive, but also rallying your employees and customers to give food, time and money! You are a true partner in Fighting Hunger Statewide!

It's #HungerActionMonth! We & Feeding America are asking you to share your own message about what YOU can't do on an empty stomach!

DYK: We can accept excess garden produce? It often goes out to our senior food box clients & they appreciate the opportunity to receive something they can rarely afford! #WarehouseWednesday

Tell us in the comments what YOU can't do on an empty stomach. Hint: there's no wrong answer! #HungerActionMonth

This story may take place in Oregon, but the experience of hunger is the same no matter where you are. "Hunger is very private. It happens within people's kitchen cupboards. You can't look at someone and tell if they're hungry or not in this country."
A decade ago, low-income Oregonians were forced to choose between spending money on healthcare and food. Today, that trade-off has shifted to choosing between housing and eating