Rich in natural resources and economic opportunities, the western state of Utah is home to many successful professionals and entrepreneurs. Besides, this gorgeous is land filled with unforgettable cultural sites and intense natural beauty, all of which makes this a great destination for an exciting romantic life. In fact A 2012 Gallup national survey found Utah overall to be the "best state to live in" based on 13 forward-looking measurements including various economic, lifestyle, and health-related outlook metrics1. So if you are keen to meet and date rich men in Utah, here are a few things to keep in mind.
Get to know the Mining Barons
Since the days of the Utah Territory mining has played a major role in Utah's economy. The Bingham Canyon Mine is among the world's largest open pit mines. During the early part of the Cold War era, uranium was mined in eastern Utah. Minerals still mined in Utah include copper, gold, silver, molybdenum, zinc, lead, and beryllium. Fossil fuels including coal, petroleum, and natural gas continue to play a major role in Utah's economy, especially in the eastern part of the state in counties such as Carbon, Emery, Grand, and Uintah. Thus if you are looking to meet rich men in this state, it might be a good idea to socialize with eligible singles involved in the mining sector. Apart from owners of mining companies, there are sure to be engineers, highly-skilled technicians and executives all working for various profit-making mining companies and taking home substantial pay packets. Even though the actual mines are in the barren north and far out of the urban centers, most of them have their companies based in cities like Salt Lake City. So explore business conventions, conferences and workshops associated with the mining industry that may be going on in the cities. Attend them if you can and you will have plenty of opportunities to rub shoulders with successful singles of the country.
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Meet the wealthy Ranchers
One of the most important economic activities in Utah is ranching. The bulk of income from the land comes from livestock and livestock products, including sheep, cattle, dairying, and an expanding poultry industry. Farming is limited but crops like hay, corn and barley can be produced despite the dry land. So if you do not mind moving land beyond city limits, make it a point to explore the countryside, farms and ranches. Country Fairs and ranching events in the state can throw you in the company of the well to do farmers and ranchers. Alternately you can frequent the commercial places and convention centers of bigger cities like Salt Lake City and Park City where most of the wealthy ranchers come to do to business.
Chat up the Rich Guides
Utah is well known for its year-round outdoor recreational activities. With five national parks, seven national monuments, two national recreation areas, six national forests, and numerous state parks and monuments, the Beehive State has a booming tourism industry which supports large number of well-paid professionals as well as entrepreneurs. Utah is well known for its winter activities and has seen an increase in tourism since the 2002 Winter Olympics Utah's ski resorts are primarily located in northern Utah near Salt Lake City, Park City, Ogden, and Provo. Utah features many cultural attractions such as Temple Square in Salt Lake, the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, and the Utah Shakespearean Festival in Cedar City. Other attractions include Monument Valley, the Great Salt Lake, the Bonneville Salt Flats, and Lake Powell. At all these places, you can explore chances of meeting tour guides, chefs, adventure sports instructors and owners of tour companies who make up the most successful professionals in the sector. And what better way to enjoy the sights and scenes of this beautiful state than in the company of a romantic and successful guide.
Mingle with the Wealthy Skiers
While the major attractions in Utah offer you the chance of meeting well to do members of the tourism industry, a far better way to get a rich date would be by checking out the wealthy vacationers. The skiing slopes of Utah are a popular haunt of rich adventure enthusiasts and one of the favorites is Snowbasin in the Ogden Valley. The well-groomed cruising runs of this resort are always a delight; and even if you are not really a skiing expert, the slopes here are perfect for skiers of all skill levels. For guests interested in more advanced thrills though, Snowbasin offers the state’s third-highest vertical drop. Apart from skiing, there is still a lot to attract wealthy vacationers to this resort – they can relax at a spa, experience the exhilaration of snowmobiling, shop till they drop, go ice skating, try Nordic (cross country) skiing or sample fine dining options as well. Earl's Lodge at the base is open every day from eight in the morning while The Cinnabar in Earl's Lodge is great for lunch & après ski. Needles Lodge and John Paul Lodge are situated high on top the slopes offering more great food & vistas. However if you can afford a higher budget, drop in at the Deer Valley which attracts more exclusive guests. In 2008, for a second year in a row, Deer Valley, in Park City, was ranked the top ski resort in North America by more than 20,000 subscribers of Ski Magazine. The resort, known for its upscale amenities like offering amenities such as free ski valets, free parking shuttles, fine dining and boutique shopping in the main lodge. Deer Valley uses more grooming equipment than other Wasatch ski areas, and limits access to avoid overcrowding. But once you manage to get through, you can meet the richest singles here and if lucky get one to dine with you at the award-wining Mariposa at Silver Lake. However if you are in Southern Utah, head to Brian Head Ski Resort, which is located in the mountains near Cedar City and is the state’s highest ski resort.
Drop in on Swanky Hangouts
In Salt Lake City, Brewvies Cinema Pub and Capitol Theatre offer excellent entertainment opportunities which attract the rich and beautiful people of the city. The latter is home of Ballet West, the longest running ballet company in the United States. Bar X is well known in the city as the place to get the most masterfully mixed cocktails. But when the environment matters as much as the beverage, discriminating guests are inclined to choose Pallet where Drink-master Matt Pfohl curates a beverage list sure to satisfy the most serious cocktail palate in a restaurant with design focused on every square inch. Beerhive has brought a classiness to the Salt Lake beer drinker allowing him or her to enjoy a tasty high-point in a classy, wood-toned bar setting where vibe and beverage work together to bring a warm, inviting feel.
Though most of the nightlife in Utah is centered in Salt Lake City, other cities like Provo and Cedar City too offer various venues to get to know the eligible singles of the place. Milt’s Stage Stop and Depot Grill are some of the best places for fine dining in Cedar City while in Provo you can mingle with well-heeled singles at places like The Madison, the Owl Bar and A Beuford Gifford's Libation Emporium, popularly known as ABG’s Bar.