O.C. Tanner Converts Library to Store

O.C. Tanner, a top supplier of corporate service awards and other award programs, is playing a leading role in Salt Lake City's Downtown Rising, a five-year, $1.5 billion downtown revitalization project in a 10-block area of the city's business and shopping district. The company's biggest contribution was purchasing the Packard Library building and converting it into a 20,000-square-foot luxury jewelry store. The library, built in 1905, is on the National Register of Historic Places and has functioned as a public building, home, and planetarium. It had been vacant for several years when the O.C. Tanner Co. purchased it from the city in 2006. After 21 months of construction and $24 million, the new downtown store opened in September. It provides a number of benefits to O.C. Tanner. Company executives are active in a community-based program that garners support fro
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