Meet our Corporate Partners

Thank you to our wonderful corporate and foundational partners. At Monson Vision, we cultivate innovative and strategic partnerships with corporations that share our vision of bettering the community and improving the lives of our patients. Our team will work with you to create a shared, valued partnership that will engage your employees. We generate unique outreach strategies and increase customer loyalty. We invite your company to join our team of corporate partners and support our mission, in return you will receive an exclusive discount for your employees and their immediate family.

Icon Fitness

In 1977, two college roommates sketched business ideas on a napkin. They spotted early trends of fitness and running and in the 1980s, their business, ICON, introduced treadmills that folded for storage. Today ICON Fitness is the world’s largest manufacturer and marketer of fitness equipment. For 40 years they have helped people exceed their health and fitness goals. ICON’s founders have maintained headquarters in the same city where it all started: Logan, Utah—located in beautiful Cache Valley.


Conservice, or the Utility Experts, develop comprehensive and custom solutions for each community they works with. They work with properties nationwide to provide solutions that greatly reduce operating costs and promote conservation while maintaining an unmatched level of customer service.

Casper's Ice Cream

Creator of “Fat Boy,” Casper’s Ice Cream was created in 1925 by Casper Miller. With their deep roots, Casper’s Ice Cream, Inc. is still operating in Richmond, Utah and has expanded its operational capacity to fully service demand across the country. Casper’s grandson, Paul Merrill, is currently managing the company to ensure the original recipe continues spreading throughout the world.

Southpoint Surgical Center

Southpoint Surgery Center is a state of the art ambulatory surgery center, combining an outstanding workplace for staff with a safe and comfortable environment for patients. Southpoint Surgery Center provides a timely, accessible, cost effective alternative to surgical care. They are an intermediary between physicians and patients, to foster the common goals of efficiency, innovation, technology, safety, and quality. They offer the most sophisticated diagnostic testing and instrumentation, distinguished physicians, and highly skilled staff.


Malouf creates premium sleep products that brings together the best in the world. Malouf explored the globe, hunting for artisanal bedding honed through generations of practice in Italy, France, and Egypt. They have refined modern products, infusing unique foams with natural materials and improving the features and usability of adjustable bed bases. The result is an ode to time-tested materials fused with the freshness of cutting-edge technologies. They believe the first step toward better sleep is putting people first. They strive to put customers first with high-quality products, efficiency, and great service; employees first through our unique company culture; and families first with our work through the Malouf Foundation.

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