By Greg Madson
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.”
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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