Know someone that does the right thing? Nominate them!
For 64 years, Les Schwab and its family of service shops throughout Utah have prided themselves on doing the right thing. This has meant serving customers with integrity, honesty and timely attention since 1952.
Many of our customers have become lifelong friends and shared countless personal experiences of a time when Les Schwab went the extra mile for them.
Now we'd like to recognize some of the people that have made a difference in your life.
Les Schwab wants to celebrate people all over Utah that are doing the right thing. Some are saving lives, others are giving their time and effort to help those in need. Do you know someone that's doing the right thing? We'd love to hear from you!
Please fill out the form below to nominate someone. A nominee will be announced on Good Things Utah weekly. Monthly winners will also be featured on Good Things Utah and be recognized for their service. They will also receive a gift basket and $100 gift certificate from Les Schwab.
At the end of the year, Les Schwab will select someone in Utah that stands out to them as someone Doing the Right Thing to receive a grand prize valued at $1,500.
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