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Hobby leads to new business: New county commissioner and wife open iLaserIT | Preston Citizen

Hobby leads to new business: New county commissioner and wife open iLaserIT

November 23, 2012
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By Greg Madson

Citizen Publisher

The last nine or so months have been pretty crazy for Boyd Burbank. The county commissioner-elect and longtime business owner attended an electronics trade show in Las Vegas in February and a light clicked on.

No, it wasn’t a light to run for commission, a position he ended up winning this year, rather it was when he saw a demonstration for a laser-etching machine. He saw a way to help customers in Franklin County and a way to keep from being “bored.”

Boyd and Cindy Burbank stand inside their new business, iLaserIT, at 34 S. State St., Preston.

What came out of the Vegas trade show evolved into a new business, iLaserIT, which Boyd and Cindy Burbank opened at 34 S. State, in Preston. The building is just north of Deseret Industries in the building that formerly housed a flower shop and then a dance studio. Cindy will continue to run their main business, Dish Wholesale, and their son TJ runs a computer solutions store in the building.

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