Organizational Development-as-a-Service

The Larry H. Miller Company employees honor Larry H. Miller’s legacy during 14th Annual Week of Service

Sandy, UT — Nearly 1,200 employees across the Larry H. Miller Company and its business platforms will participate in the annual Larry H. Miller Week of Service from April 22- 26. This is the 14th year employees have gathered to honor our founder’s legacy. Service projects in 12 states range from neighborhood revitalization efforts to partnering with local food banks, first aid services, and more.

On April 24, members of the Miller family and the Larry H. Miller Company will gather at Sherwood Park on the west side of Salt Lake City to clean up baseball fields, paint the dugouts and restore the BBQ area to foster community gathering and youth sports participation at the park.

“Every year, I look forward to this special week of highlighting our company values and honoring my father’s legacy,” said Steve Miller, chair of the Larry H. Miller Company. “Our proximity to the communities we serve reinforces our commitment to make a meaningful and lasting impact where we live, work and play.”

Larry H. Miller, who passed away in 2009, supported giving back to the communities where he did business and lived by the philosophy to “Go about doing good until there’s too much good in the world.”

In addition to Sherwood Park, service projects throughout the week in Utah include assembling menstrual kits for those experiencing homelessness with the Policy Project’s Period Project; serving meals at the Ronald McDonald House; and cleaning vehicles for Neighborhood House, where Larry H. Miller spent time as a child on the west side of Salt Lake City.

“The Larry H. Miller Week of Service is a testament to the Miller family’s dedication to enriching lives,” said Steve Starks, CEO of the Larry H. Miller Company. “Our employees are serving across the country to help lift communities and honor our founder’s legacy of giving back. Our company values of hard work, integrity, stewardship and service guide us daily in how we do business and how we serve the community.”

Employees serving in 12 states, such as Colorado, Kansas and California, will partner with food pantries, the Humane Society, various outdoor clean-up organizations and more.

Service hours are expected to exceed 3,000 hours from this week-long event.

From California to Tennessee to Pennsylvania and Utah, participants will be sporting matching Larry H. Miller Week of Service t-shirts.

About the Larry H. Miller Company

The Larry H. Miller Company oversees the Miller family’s business platforms, including real estate, senior health, sports and entertainment, and investments. For more information, visit

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