Monthly Archives: August 2014

Salt Lake Comic Con Transportation

Send out the bat signal for Salt Lake Comic Con Transportation!

Whether your final destination is Gotham City, Asgard or you just need a ride from the airport to downtown Salt Lake City, Express Shuttle will get you there.  To welcome back Comic Con Fans, Express Shuttle wants to give you one of America’s first Super Heroes, George Washington, off your fare. When making your reservation, Tell us the code “ComicCon16” and receive one dollar off your fare to downtown Salt Lake. You may make reservations by calling us at 1-800-397-0773 or online at www.ExpressShuttleUtah.com. If making online reservations add “ComicCon16” to the notes and our representative will adjust the fare. Express Shuttle is Utah’s largest year round shared ride shuttle company, serving the Wasatch Front. With desks conveniently located at the Salt Lake Airport . Let us be your Salt Lake Comic Con Transportation and we will get you there at warp speed!

Learn more about Express Shuttle.

Salt Lake Visitor Trivia

 

The greater Salt Lake area has a population of 1,175,905. The Wasatch Front population is 2,350,274. (2012 census)

Salt Lake City was founded in 1847 by Brigham Young. Brigham Young was also the president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints whose members settled this valley. Other immigrants came from Mining booms and the construction of the first transcontinental Railroad which connected in Ogden, Utah.

Before the settlers came to this valley it was home to the Shoshone, Ute and Paiute nations for thousands of years.

Salt Lake City is headquarters to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. A popular tourist destination Temple Square” is located on 35 acres in downtown Salt Lake. The iconic Salt Lake Temple took Mormon pioneers over 40 years to complete. Temple Square is home to the world renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir and the largest genealogy library of its kind. Offering guided tours and presentations available in over 30 languages. Free of charge.

For help planning your trip to Salt Lake, check out the Salt Lake Visitors guide and then let Express Shuttle take you to your accommodations.