County council candidates to speak with Chamber/Bureau
The Park City Chamber/Bureau invited the six candidates running for Summit County Council to its upcoming Board of Directors meeting Tuesday, October 23. Each candidate will give an introduction and provide information about their bid to serve as a Summit County Council representative. The speeches will be followed by an opportunity for audience members to ask questions. All Chamber/Bureau members are invited to attend the event, which is scheduled to start at 3 p.m. at The Chateaux at Deer Valley located at 7815 Royal Street. For more information, please contact the Park City Chamber/Bureau at 435-649-6100.
Linda Galindo, the author of The Accountability Experience, is scheduled to offer a workshop and personally train attendees on common business issues such as accountability, negotiations, partnerships and controlling outcomes. The three-day program is scheduled to start on Oct. 15 and continue through Oct. 17 starting at 9 a.m. and continuing through 5 p.m. at the Treasure Mountain Inn Hotel and Conference Center. The cost of the three-day program is $1,499. "In organizations today, everyone is feeling the pressure to meet ever-increasing expectations with less time and money than ever before. Yet, in organizations that embrace accountability, results, retention, and morale flourish. Why? Because accountable individuals negotiate clear agreements, build strong partnerships, feel more in control of outcomes, and, as a result, are less stressed and more productive," read the Park City Chamber/Bureau website on the event. For more information or to register, contact Andrea Dobkin at 435-940-1615 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Restaurant association launches mobile site
The Park City Area Restaurant Association (PCARA) launched its new mobile site, which is compatible with all handheld devices, to help Park City diners discover local restaurants and tasty eats while on the go, according to a press release. Designed for smaller screens, PCARA's website has been simplified for easier navigation. To connect diners with the best suggestions, the mobile site allows users to browse PCARA member restaurants based on dietary preferences, cuisine, location, budget or name, the release continued. Each restaurant listing includes directions that link to map applications and phone numbers, connecting visitors quickly to their restaurant of choice. The new mobile website was developed with the same theme and user-friendly design by Sumo Webworks, who built the existing PCARA website. The mobile restaurant search enables mobile users to find deals and special events at participating member restaurants. The website is http://www.parkcityrestaurants.com.