‘Bring it Home,’ a campaign to save lives

Utah’s goal is to achieve 70% vaccination rate by Independence Day in effort to achieve community immunity

The Salt Lake Chamber, Utah Department of Health and Ivory Homes will host a press conference, Monday, June 21, to introduce a new statewide “flash campaign” called “Bring It Home” — #bringithomeutah — to assist employers across the state with encouraging and facilitating vaccination against COVID-19 for their employees.

Building upon the successful “Stay Safe to Stay Open” initiative that created an alliance of 10,000 Utah businesses to balance the imperatives of health and safety with economic security, “Bring It Home” begins with that same core of willing leaders, and includes outreach to businesses statewide.

The “Bring It Home” initiative provides employers throughout Utah with resources, information, advertisements, and infographics on best practices and the importance of achieving 70% vaccination rate with Utahns 18-years and older (Currently 63% have been vaccinated.) by July 4th in order to achieve community immunity. Ivory Homes is a founding member of “Stay Safe to Stay Open” and “Bring It Home” and will be offering a “pop up” clinic on location to provide free vaccinations.

WHEN  Monday, June 21, 2021, 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM

WHERE  Ivory Homes Model Home Site, 2839 South Tangent Peak Road, Magna, UT 84044


  • Rich Saunders, Executive Director, Utah Department of Health
  • Derek Miller, President and CEO, Salt Lake Chamber
  • Clark Ivory, CEO Ivory Homes 
  • Dan Peay, Mayor of Magna City