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Local company donates kits to music awards

Eminem, Nelly, Nickelback and the Osbournes will be sharing the limelight at the 30th Annual American Music Awards with a small company from American Fork.

The awards show, which is to be held Jan. 13, in Hollywood, Calif., features the largest names in music competing for awards ranging from Favorite Band, Duo or Group to Favorite New Artist. But no matter who wins, all the participants will receive a little something from Utah Valley-based Precious Impressions.

The company, which makes kits that enable people to cast their hands as a keepsake, is donating 120 kits to the hosts, presenters and performers at the awards.

They are also hosting a booth backstage where celebrities can sign autographs and make casts to be auctioned for charity later.

Precious Impressions, started in 1996 by a brother and sister team, provides casting and keepsake kits to create a three-dimensional statue.

The kits are available through Walmart, Michaels Craft and other gifts and crafts stores across the country and in Utah County.

For more information on the company, visit www.memoryhands.com or call (888) 758-4611.

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Greg Bennett

Greg Bennett is an editor and writer with Bennett Communications. His primary responsibilities are with Utah Valley Magazine and the company's custom publications division. He's the father of four children and has been married to his wife, Adria, for 19 years. Contact Greg at greg.utahvalley360@gmail.com.

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