Chamber Spotlight

New Star Real Estate Receives October Business of the Month

New Star Real Estate has been in business for 8 years. For the last 6 years they have been located at 33 North 100 West. There are 39 agents who work through New Star. Caro Norton, the owner, says their goal is to impact and improve the lives of others.

Active in the Community, New Star supports Trees for Charity and Turning Point Shelter and sponsors numerous sports activities.

The Public Relations Committee of the Vernal Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to present Business of the Month to New Star Real Estate for their continued support of our community.

Basin Flood & Fire  Receives Beautification Award

The Vernal Area Chamber of Commerce Public Relations Committee presented the Beautification Award to Basin Flood & Fire for their efforts in improving the appearance of our community at our Chamber Luncheon today!

The building, formally known as the Wood Auto building has drastically changed this year. Built in 1970 and then added on 1979, it served Vernal with its automotive needs for over 40 years.

Basin Flood & Fire now calls this building their home. March of this year, Basin Flood & Fire started bringing this building back to life. Adding a conference room, office space, bathrooms, and giving it a total facelift. The newly painted bright red building then got an extra touch from a local artist (Jordan Clark Ninty1 Designs) with the goal of being more recognizable as a local, caring business and bringing life back into this busy corner of Vernal.

Basin Flood & Fire wants to stick out in our community’s minds when disasters arise that we are a local business and are here for all their property disasters big and small.

Grand Valley Bank Awarded Business of the Month

The Public Relations Committee of the Vernal Area Chamber of Commerce presented Grand Valley Bank of Vernal with the Business of the Month Award at our weekly luncheon today.

Grand Valley Bank has now been in Vernal for 15 years! Grand Valley Bank prides itself on being a community bank where all of the money stays local.

The bank's officers are most often long-time residents of the community that serve and know many of the local residents. The bank is locally, employee owned, so the officers and employees know the needs of the people in their community. Grand Valley Bank employees are involved in numerous local events, groups and charities, some of which are: Dinah-Mites, Trees for Charity, INHA, Planning and Zoning, UBAOG, scouts, coaching youth sports and much more!

Thank you, Grand Valley Bank for continuing to provide exceptional customer service and for all of the contributions you make to our community!