Are You Moving to Utah? Here's a fun video showing you what you can expect.

Posted by Ty Wilde on Thursday, July 30th, 2020 at 5:59am.

Are you moving to Utah? This is a great video on what you need to know including fun facts, tips and advice for those of you who are moving to Utah. In this video you'll learn, what you need to know about moving to Utah. Why there’s something special about Utah. I’m not talking about Jell-O, Rubber Chickens, Fry Sauce, or Kentucky Fried Chicken. It’s a fethin’ ridiculously epic place to live. For me & my family This is the right place. I’ll show some of the highlights Utah. I enjoy traveling around the state to take in the many amazing sites & activities. In 1847, when seeing the Salt Lake valley, Brigham Young, the Mormon Prophet & Pioneer declared that this is the place. After a long journey the Mormon Pioneers settled the valley. Utah still has a huge population Mormon’s & The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has its headquarters in Salt Lake City, but now days, a large number of cultures & religious denominations are represented here. Mormon Pioneers weren’t the first inhabitants. The territory was occupied by Native Americans. The name, Utah, comes from one of these tribes, the “Utes” which means People of the Mountains. Utah became the 45th state in 1896. Utah is run well & even though home prices have risen, it’s still an affordable place to live. Utah is also one of the safest places to live. Utah’s known as the Beehive state because early pioneers had very few material resources and they had to rely on their own hard work & thriftiness to survive. The symbol of the Beehive stands for industry. Utah is considered a desert mountain region, so the air is dry here. Utah summer temperatures get into the 100’s & in the winter temps fall below freezing. This extreme climate gives us all four seasons. Utah’s current population is around 3.2 million. Utah is one of the fastest growing states in the country. For years, Utah has had the highest birthrate & one of the nation’s lowest death rates. We also have one of the lowest move out rates. It’s expected that our population will double by 2050. We are currently experiencing at tech boom & becoming the next Silicon Valley. As a matter of fact, they’re calling the area around Salt Lake City, known as the Wasatch Front, Silicon slopes. We’re also the industrial banking center in America among other things like mining & tourism. All these things add up to a median income of over $50k/yr. It’s tough to beat the quality of life here. Many of Utah’s cities are consistently ranked as some of the best places to live in the entire country. We have the youngest population in the US @ about 30 yrs old. & we’re considered the healthiest in the US. Utah is a unique place to live & it’s known for its natural beauty. We have FIVE National parks & loads of protected forest land. If you haven’t visited Zion’s National Park, Bryce canyon, Arches National Park, Canyonlands, or Capitol Reef, YOU ARE – MISSING OUT! And the mountains here, they are spectacular. The state has its fair share of clean, refreshing lakes & waterfalls. Our wonderful outdoors also offers some of the best hunting & fishing. And, Utah has the best snow on earth. If you like to ski or snowboard Utah is a must visit location. The Salt Lake Valley is one of the most accessible ski destinations in the world with 14 ski resorts within quick striking distance of the city & the airport. Our snow is believed to be the reason Utah won the bid to host the 2002 Olympics. There are so many wonderful places to visit in Utah. If you’re seeking adventure, this is the place. Utah has the leading manufacture of rubber chickens. We’re also known as the Jell-O state. We have the original KFC & fry sauce. All silliness, statistics, & marketing schemes aside, there is one thing that makes Utah extra special. It’s the one thing that keeps me & so many others here. Utah is the friendliest, most charitable place. People sincerely care for one another. When you walk down the street’s strangers say hi to one another. Really truly, there’s no place in the world like Utah. If you’re apprehensive or nervous about moving or vacationing here, I’m telling you with all sincerity, you have nothing to fear. No matter where you come from. You’ll be welcomed with open arms. Now, before you arrive, you may want to Learn How To Talk Like A Utahn. There’s some unique terminology you must learn before you arrive. Some words here don’t have the same meaning as they do in other places. I’ve created a video to teach you how to speak Utahn as well. Here’s the link...

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