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Are you in? The InUtah campaign supports healthy choices while boosting Utah's economy

Posted at 1:46 PM, Sep 03, 2020

The goal of the InUtah campaign is to support healthy choices while boosting Utah's economy.

Together we can slow the spread of coronavirus, help create new jobs, embrace local culture and enrich the economy.

Are you in? You can join InUtah by sharing experiences using #InUtah to help people understand what it means to enjoy living, working and recreating in this great state.

The initiative is part of Utah's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, intended to help Utahns make healthy choices and support our local economy. It educates Utahns on their consumer responsibility to follow CDC, state and local health guidelines.

Did you know that 68 percent of every dollar spent in Utah stays in Utah? Buying from locally owned Utah businesses ensures that sales and property tax dollars are reinvested back into our economy.

Utah restaurants are open for business and need local support. Many restaurants have adapted new practices to keep all patrons safe and minimize risks, while navigating the COVID-19 pandemic including: curbside pickup and expanded delivery options. Utahns can share their favorite dining experiences using #InUtah.

Utah is home to some of the world's most sought-after travel destinations, including 34 million acres of public lands and five national parks. Utahns can stay active and experience adventure right in their own backyard.

Utah is also home to 15 ski resorts, innumerable hiking trails and thousands of miles of biking trails.

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