Living in Salt Lake City...


There are so many things that can be said about
why Utah is so great. So why should you relocate?
Well, here are a couple of fun facts about Utah and why it's such a great state. Out of all 50 states, Utah has one of the largest concentrations of computer software firms, we are the youngest population, we have one of the highest birth rates, we have the second lowest death rate, we are the healthiest population, we have the highest percentage of high school graduates, and finally, we have the highest per capita of people with a college education.

Places to visit...

There are so many beautiful sights to see when you come to Utah. Due to the state's inland location, Utah's snow is unusually dry and consequently is regarded as among the best powder in the world. 14 Alpine ski resorts operate in Utah. Utah has 5 national parks: Arches, Canyon Lands, Zion, Bryce, and Capitol Reef. Utah also has 6 national forests: Ashley, Dixie, Fish Lake, Manti-LaSal, Uintah, and Wasatch-cache.

Being only minutes form the state capital, less than an hour from the ski resorts, and about 100 miles from the Sevier Desert, C.R. England is not too far from something of interest for everyone!


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