This linen-delivery company worth $50 in 1889 has quietly become an international, 4th-generation Utah success story

George A. Steiner started delivering cloth towels part-time for a company in Lincoln, Neb., in 1888. He bought the business a year later for $50.80 and moved it to Utah six years after that, on the advice of a college friend. The friend was George Dern, who became Utah’s governor from 1925 to 1933. And Steiner’s company — now in its fourth generation of family ownership — today has 17,000 employees servicing more than 300,000 clients in 13 countries. Click here to read full article

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