The Eastern Utah Tourism and History Association (EUTHA) was welcomed to the area by the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce on Friday. The business in Price is owned by SueAnn Martell and Darrin Teply.
“The Eastern Utah Tourism and History Association is dedicated to preserving and promoting the outstanding natural, cultural and prehistory of Eastern Utah and Western Colorado through the conservation, preservation, education and responsible tourism,” the entity’s website shares. “Founded in 2008 by a group of local tourism professionals and interested citizens, the Eastern Utah Tourism and History Association is a grass roots 501c3 registered non-profit. Our core mission is to provide education to visitors and local residents focusing on 65 million years of history from dinosaurs, to ancient people, to coal mining and railroading.”
The Eastern Utah Tourism and History Association provides this education through a wide variety of media including its own publications, DVDs, brochures, lectures, presentations and educational tours.
The Eastern Utah Tourism and History Association is located at 592 East Main in Price and can be contacted at (435) 630-3699. For more information about the local business, please visit eutha.org.