If you're into trivia, the new "Utah Facts Book" is for you.

It contains thousands of scintillating facts about Utah's education, population, labor market, transportation, government, real estate, public utilities and quality of life.The book is being mailed nationwide to assist companies planning on expansion or relocation to Utah, according to Marian Hein, director of the National Business Development Office in the Utah Division of Business and Economic Development.

She said the book is mailed annually to more than 2,000 executives as a way of introducing vital data needed in the business expansion and relocation decision-making process.

So, if you want to know that Utah has 80 industrial parks, has the youngest median age of any state in the nation, ranks first nationally in median years of school completed and the corporation franchise tax is 5 percent, the "Utah Facts Book" is down your alley.