Using Coldfusion what is the best way to display date/time using the client's time zone?

Currently I save dates and times in UTC format and I would like to display the date/time in the client's time zone.  what is the best way to do this?
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gdemariaCommented:
This is how I do it.

I store the timezone offset for each user (they can update it in their profile)

Then do the following to convert...

where UTCtime is the time stored in the database and LocalTime is the converted time..

 <cfset localTime = dateAdd("s",val(timeZoneOffset), UTCtime)>
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