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Park City welcomes new sports doc

Park City welcomes new sports doc

The Center for Team HealthCare staff would like to welcome Dr. Scott Sato to its offices, according to a press release.

Sato was born and raised on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, where he learned to respect nature and enjoy recreation.

His bachelor’s degree is in exercise and sports science from the University of Utah. He worked with Dr. Cofer between 2000 and 2002, before earning his chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic West in 2005. He says, "I missed the spectacular mountain views here and the skiing, hiking and mountain biking."

For further information, call Margie Christiansen at 435-649-1542.

Advertising agency wins award

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C&S Creative Services, one of Park City’s full-service advertising agencies, was honored with two awards at the 2008 Summit International Creative Award competition held this spring in Portland, Ore., a press release said. This year’s judges selected C&S Creative from thousands of international entries as the winner of the prestigious Silver Creative Award for both the Enclave at Sun Canyon sales kit and Silver Strike Lodge image brochure. Creativity, innovation and design excellence were among the criteria.

For more information, please call 435-649-1234.

Bar honored for being smoke free

No Name Saloon eliminated smoking in its bar in November and the Coalition for Tobacco Free Utah thinks it deserve an award.

The Coalition for Tobacco Free Utah will be hosting an open house at the No Name Saloon on May 15 from 4 to 6 p.m. Appetizers will be provided and the public is welcome to attend but must be over the age of 21, a press release said..

For most of Utah’s private clubs, the smoking ban won’t be required until January 2009. But thanks to a management that cared about one of its employees who was pregnant, the No Name Saloon went ahead and changed their policy months ahead of any requirement.

"I was surprised at how easy the transition has been. Even our smoking customers have been happy with the change," said Jesse Shetler, owner of the No Name. "We have lost a few customers to the smoking ban, but they were quickly replaced with new ones thanks to the ban. Our food business is growing and I attribute it to the smoking ban. People didn’t want to eat in the smoke."

For more information on the open house, please call Lyndsi Marshall at the Summit County Health Department at 615-3917.

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