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Apr 11

Crandall Museum hosts magazine launch, Pleasant Grove Allstate owner celebrates 20 years, American Fork joint …

Printing museum to host magazine launch party

Utah Life is a new statewide magazine, and the publication will hold a launch party from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Crandall Historical Printing Museum, 275 E. Center St., in Provo.

The launch party will feature Utah-themed drinks and snacks, and will celebrate the museum’s dedication to the printed word.

Chris Amundson, Utah Life publisher and editor, will celebrate the museum’s history at 11 a.m. that day with a donation of the actual plates used to print the front cover of the inaugural issue of Utah Life.

Utah Life will publish six print issues a year focused on the nature, history, wildlife and people of Utah. Stories in the inaugural March/April 2018 issue include a photo-filled feature on Utah’s desert wildflower spring bloom, a four-wheeler adventure through Maze District of Canyonlands National Park, Cove Fort, a look at the urban bird oasis at the Ogden Nature Center, historic Salt Lake City bed and breakfast recipes, Utah trivia, travel, poetry, humor and a statewide photo contest.

Orem resident Kerry Soper — professor of satire, humor, art history and popular film at Brigham Young University — has been selected to be Utah Life’s humor columnist. He will write a column for the magazine called “Last Laugh,” which searches for (and finds) Utah’s funny bone.

The Crandall Historical Printing Museum is operated by the Louis E. Crandall family and a group of faithful supporters. It houses a collection of working replica presses. Located in the founder’s former advertising agency, the museum tells the story of the printing press’s impact on modern society, including the Gutenberg Bible, Benjamin Franklin’s writings and the Book of Mormon.

Allstate owner celebrates 20 years in Pleasant Grove

Cathe Cook, a Pleasant Grove Allstate Agency owner, reached a major milestone this year, celebrating 20 years of helping Pleasant Grove residents protect what matters most to them — their families, their homes, their cars and their lives.

“Time flies! It feels like just yesterday when we opened our doors,” Cook said in a press release. She has owned and operated the Allstate agency since April 1998. “This milestone with Allstate is very important to me. I enjoy getting to know so many families in Pleasant Grove and thank everyone for supporting my business.”

Cook provides auto, home, life and commercial insurance, as well as a variety of financial products.

New joint venture to employ 1,500 workers globally

Henry Schein, Inc., a large provider of health care products and services to office-based dental, animal health, and medical practitioners, announced the creation of a joint venture with Internet Brands, a provider of web presence and online marketing software.

The venture, named Henry Schein One is designed to deliver integrated dental technology to help the profession improve practice management and marketing as well as patient communication. The teams dedicated to all dental management systems will become part of the joint venture, and will be headquartered in American Fork and initially employ approximately 1,500 team members.

Integrating Henry Schein’s practice-management software with Internet Brands’ web-based and mobile digital marketing and communications tools will give dental teams new tools connected to their practice management systems to better communicate with current and prospective patients, minimize appointment cancellations, improve adherence to treatment plans, and develop new sources of revenue.

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