Live From Provo, Utah … Update

Provo, Utah

We have arrived safely in Provo, Utah and the sights are astonishing!  After landing in Salt Lake City, Utah, I soon realized that this was one of (if not the most) prettiest places that I have ever traveled.  Ironically, my trip came on one of the coldest weekends of the year and on the first night we hit ( -11 degrees fahrenheit).  Regardless of the cold weather I have been treated as nothing but royalty from the Hostmonster and Bluehost staff.

The first day of my trip proved to be a cultural experience.  For the first time in my life I was treated to a high-class pheasant hunt in the secluded mountains of Utah.  The pheasant hunt proved not only to be successful but also very comical at times.  I would personally like to Jay Ashworth, Director of Billing, and James Grierson, VP of Business Development at Bluehost for taking me on such a well planned hunt filled with such beautiful sights.

After a great hunt I had the honor of joining Bluehost employee, Nancy Cooper, and two of her well distinguished friends on a trip to Salt Lake City.  I had the opportunity to watch the world renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir LIVE in concert with an audience of over 20,000 people!   This was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and I am honored that I was giving this great opportunity.

It is now morning and I had a great night of sleep.  I am looking forward to what today will bring.  Within the next few hours I will be taking a tour of the Bluehost/Hostmonster headquarters and I am very excited about this trip.  I will take plenty of pictures and hopefully get an interview or two for you guys.  Be sure to check back in the next 24 hours for our next update!

From the beginning we have promoted Hostmonster and Bluehost as the best web hosting providers and nothing has changed.  Bluehost and Hostmonster are world class web hosting providers that deserves more recognition that we could ever give them.

Picture From The Concert


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