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January 2017 Business of the Month: Midway Ice Castles
Starting in 2017, the Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce will be honoring a business each month on a variety of criteria from best business practices, positive company culture, community involvement, service, and economic impact on the valley. Each month the Chamber staff and Advisory Committee made up of nine chamber members will recommend a business to be honored as the “Business of the Month.”
Know a special business that exemplifies these qualities and others? Nominate a business on our Chamber Facebook Page. --
Set at the foot of the mountains in Midway at the Homestead resort, the Ice Castle is an immersive winter wonderland experience that appeals the young and young at heart.
This year’s castle is made from between 6 and 8 million gallons of water, weighing in at a whopping 22 million pound. The two-acre castle on the driving range of the golf course is one of the largest castles built to date and will welcome tens of thousands through its courtyards, slides, slot canyons, and dazzling colorful walls.
The Ice Castles company began in the Heber Valley and growing success in Utah, the Ice Castle company has expanded into four additional locations throughout the United States and one in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. By seasons end over a million people will have visited an ice castle somewhere throughout the US and Canada since they began in 2009.
Davis, says he sometimes can’t believe it that something he has worked with has touched so many lives.
“It almost doesn’t feel real. It really is humbling and amazing,” said Davis.
The Ice Castle in Midway is open now and will remain open as long as weather permits. Tickets can be purchased online at icecastles.com.