They stated that they donít skip the details.
ìCosta Vida takes freshness seriously,î said Nathan Gardner, CEO. ìEvery component of every meal is made fresh in each restaurant daily. Nothing compares to a meal made with fresh, all-natural ingredients prepared from scratch each day.
ìCustomers have responded to our commitment to quality by making Costa Vida one of the fastest growing and most exciting restaurant franchises in the nation.î
To find out more about this and other items available, or for more information about the restaurant, visit their Web site at www.costavida.net.
n Top chefs join hunger effort
DAVIS COUNTY ó More than 40 of Utahís top chefs are joining together in an effort to fight hunger with a ìTaste of the Nationî fund raiser.
The ninth annual fund raiser is part of the largest nationwide benefit to fight hunger. With national sponsors such as American Express and Sysco, a combination of other local sponsors are also joining in on the effort.
The money raised will go towards Utahns Against Hunger, the Utah Food Bank, and other local programs.
Utahís ìTaste of the Nationî event raised more than $82,000 last year.
The event will be held on Aug. 3. For ticket information, visit www.tasteofnation-utah.org, or call 801-328-2561.
n Interstate Battery wins award
WOODS CROSS ó Interstate Battery Service in Utah won the Best in Class award.
Interstate Batteries made the announcement during its biennial convention held in Washington, D.C., last week.
ìFor a distributorship to achieve this recognition, they have to work very hard and work very smart as the battery business has gotten increasingly complex and challenging,î said Carlos Sepulveda, President and CEO of Interstate Batteries.
ìThe ëBest in Classí distributorship is given to the distributor who is exactly that, the best.î
Stan Corbridge, the owner of the Woods Cross location, has been in the business since 1972. He has been running the current location since 1985, servicing over 1,400 interstate customers in 22 counties, including Davis.
Mr. Corbridge attributes the success of sustaining growth year after year to the quality of service and products his dealers provide to their customers.
ìWithin the first year our distributorship saw 903 percent growth and today we have 19 employees, six route trucks and three hot-shot vehicles,î said Mr. Corbridge. ìMy business philosophy is to surround myself with good people and be honest and fair. I want dealers to feel like the most important thing is taking care of them when doing business.î
n DATC newest courses
KAYSVILLE ó The Davis Applied Technology College has released its newest schedule of classes for the fall.
Among the business classes being offered are Business/Leadership Training, Effective Communication, Succeeding in Todayís Global Business Environment, Entrepreneurial Training and Target Marketing for Small Business.
Classes begin as early as August 5. For a complete list of classes, visit the DATCís Web site at www.datc.edu/ece.