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A Word on How Microsoft Hopes to Excel at City Creek Launch


Open this window to find out which band is performing at Microsoft's grand opening at City Creek. The outlook? A pop-rock band whose tunes can be as annoying as a pile of puns.---

A brand-new Microsoft retail store at City Creek Center will have its grand opening on Thurs., April 11, at 10:30 a.m. As part of the ceremony, Microsoft has booked the band Train, set to perform at noon. But, it's not all soul sisters and drops-of-Jupiter sappiness, because Microsoft will be donating $1 million in software grants to the local chapter of Junior Achievement!