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Huntsman Corporation. Jon and Karen Huntsman have been tremendous supporters of the Games since 1989, offering significant financial and other contributions. Athlete fees would be much higher if it were not for the generous donations of the Huntsman Corporation. Each year the Huntsman's participate in the First Week Ceremonies where they personally welcome all the athletes, their family and friends and open the Games with the lighting of the torch.
City of St. George Since the beginning of the Games, the St. George City Mayor and City Council recognized its value and provided generous donations of personnel and sports facilities. The tremendous support of the City of St. George is easily recognized by superb venues such as the Canyons Complex where thousands of softball players come to compete for two full weeks in the largest slow-pitch event in the nation. Scores of city venues are used during the Games to provide the very best experience for our athletes.
Dixie Center You can do it all at the Dixie Convention Center in St. George! This beautiful facility is perfect for your next conference, sporting event, Christmas bazaar, concert, trade show, or banquet. A friendly, helpful staff will be on hand to help you prepare for and carry out all of your important personal and professional business. The Dixie Center provides beautiful facilities for the Huntsman World Senior Games' Sports, Registration, Gift Shop, Exhibits, and Health Testing for two full weeks each October.
Intermountain LiVe Well Center
Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, Intermountain Healthcare is a nonprofit, integrated health care system. In addition to its standard services, Intermountain provides health care to the needy and supports important community causes. Dixie Regional Medical Center, a service of Intermountain, located in St. George, offers free health education and health screening programs each year to the athletes of the Huntsman World Senior Games.
Larry H. Miller had the philosophy: “Have a little fun, make a little money, and take care of the customer.” This belief is what has inspired, motivated, and propelled a simple beginning in the automotive parts industry to one of the largest, privately owned entities in the Western United States.
The Larry H. Miller Group of Companies currently employs over 10,000 people throughout its 80+ businesses, which include the NBA Utah Jazz; MiLB Triple-A Salt Lake Bees; Megaplex Theatres; Tour of Utah; Fanzz stores; and 53 automotive dealerships.
SunRiver, St. George Located off I-15 on the south end of St. George, SunRiver sponsors Pickleball and provides personnel and facilities for many Sport Socials during the Games. An active adult living community, SunRiver has a beautiful community center with many recreational activities for their residents, including an exquisite ball room, indoor and outdoor pools, weight training facility, craft rooms, pool table, ceramics lab, library, fully-stocked professional kitchen, Tennis courts, Lawn Bowls greens, Pickleball courts, and an 18-hole Golf Course set in beautiful scenery. Make your next stop SunRiver, St. George, and visit one of the model homes, open every day.
Utah Sports Commission The mission of the Utah Sports Commission is to enhance Utah's economy, image, and quality of life through the attraction, promotion, and development of national and international sports events.
AARP, with a membership of nearly 38 million people, helps people turn their goals and dreams into real possibilities. As a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, we strengthen communities and fight for issues that matter most to families such as healthcare, employment and income security, retirement planning, affordable utilities and protection from financial abuse. We advocate for individuals in the marketplace by selecting products and services of high quality and value to carry the AARP name as well as help our members obtain discounts on a wide range of products, travel, and services.
Brigham Young University
During the Huntsman World Senior Games, BYU Gerontology Program sponsors FREE Health Screenings. The BYU Gerontology Program represent the academic areas of Family Life, Sociology, Nursing, Recreation Management and Health Science.
The mission of Brigham Young University is "to assist individuals in their quest for perfection and eternal life." To this end, BYU seeks to develop students of faith, intellect, and character who have the skills and the desire to continue learning and to serve others throughout their lives. Expected outcomes of a BYU education are: 1) spiritual strengthening, 2) intellectual enlarging, 3) character building, and 4) lifelong learning and service.
Established in 1875, Brigham Young University has recruited a student body that is academically minded and internationally experienced with extensive community-based learning as well as language abilities. BYU is well known for its talented performing arts ensembles and outstanding sports programs.
Canyon Media is a multimedia corporation providing creative and effective marketing strategies for your business. We are the undisputed leader in the Southern Utah market and we have built our reputation on delivering results for our clients. As a company we help to identify and target our clients' needs and opportunities in the marketplace. We will consistently follow up and monitor the success of every campaign we launch and we will push your business to the next level.
Cherry Creek Radio
Cherry Creek Radio is a small market radio company focused on internal operations and driving revenue. The company is staffed at both the corporate level, and the local market level, with seasoned small market radio professionals that know how to interact with local businesses, and advocate their success in an increasingly competitive retail environment. The company's revenue success comes through continuing marketing education, rather than simply training it's sales professionals.
Dixie State University
Dixie State University of Utah emerged from the desire for learning of the Mormon pioneers who lived in the remote isolation of Utah's Dixie, a plain on the Virgin River in the heat of the Mohave Desert. The people supported modest schools early, but permanent roots for secondary and post secondary education were planted only after the colony had survived 50 years.
Over the years, Dixie State University has increasingly taken on a vital role in the economic development of Southern Utah. It is indeed a cultural center and serves as the home of the Southwest Symphony Orchestra, the Celebrity Concert Series, and the Southwest Guild, as well as the home of national sports champions. Strong academic programs in the Sciences, Liberal Arts, Fine Arts, Computer Technology, Business Administration, Trades and Industries, Physical Education and Continuing Education attract students of all ages.
The Utah State Legislature granted a name change and Baccalaureate degree status in 2000 in recognition of the growth of Dixie State University from approximately 2500 students in 1990 to approximately 7000 students in 2000.
The George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation
For more than two decades, the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation has partnered with visionaries throughout the state of Utah to improve the lives of all its citizens. The Health Screenings at the World Senior Games are made possible in part by the foundation's support.
Since its founding in 1982, the Foundation has made more than $300 million in grants ranging from modest assistance of $1,000 or less to multimillion- dollar investments in universities and health-care organizations. The Foundation addresses needs large and small alike -- always seeking to make a personal difference in the daily lives of Utahns, and to ensure a strong economic base for their future.
A long time supporter of the Games, The Spectrum generously provides reporters, photographers, graphic artists, and print services for advertising and daily coverage of the Games. In addition, The Spectrum provides substantial donations for the printing and distribution of the annual Huntsman World Senior Games Official Program. Other periodicals featuring the Games include St. George Magazine, and the Entertainment Guide.
Washington City Community Center
One highlight of our year is hosting the Hunstman World Senior Games Basketball event during the month of October. The Washington City Community Center makes for a perfect venue to host all the Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments in the same location. The Community Center is located in a scenic and central location near the middle of Washington City. The complex is a 110,000 square foot facility, sitting on 10 acres of land. The nature of our business consists of a variety of recreational services and community programs. Specifically, the Community Center includes gymnastics, swimming, group exercise classes, personal training, dance, martial arts, community education, and rentals. Our amenities include three full-size basketball gyms, strength training, cardiovascular & aerobics rooms, an indoor track, an interactive rockwall, an indoor/outdoor aquatic center, a child-care facility, and an exquisite Reception Center. A daily pass, punch pass, monthly membership, or annual membership is available. Please think of us as the perfect place to host your next corporate party, birthday party, or family reunion! Join us at the Washington City Community Center where it’s “all in one place”.
City of Santa Clara
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Players Sports Grill
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UVU Nursing Department
Washington County School District
ALSCO - American Linen
Andrus Transportation Services
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The Retreat at SunRiver
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Bloomington Country Club
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Coldwell Banker Premier Realty
Dickey's Barbecue Pit
Friends for Sight
Gun Barrel Steak & Game House
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Sterling Court Assisted Living Community
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