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Business Briefs for Nov. 17-19

Promontory course lauded; emergency preparedness workshop offered; Financial Peace University begins in December

Promontory Course named among nation’s best

According to a press release, the Jack Nicklaus Painted Valley Course at the Promontory Club has been named to Golfweek’s Top 100 "Best Residential Courses." It was first named in 2008 to Golfweek’s list as the No. 16 "Best New Course" in the Country. In 2010, Golfweek included the Nicklaus course for the first time in its Top 100 "Best Residential Courses." Learn more about the Painted Valley Course at http://www.promontoryclub.com, or follow on Facebook at Promontory The Ranch Club.

Prepare your business for an emergency

The Park City Municipal Corporation and the Park City Chamber/Bureau are cohosting a special event for businesses this Thursday, Nov. 18. According to a press release, the workshop will educate business owners on how to prepare for an emergency. "Ready Your Business" is a 12-point program on business continuity planning. It also includes important topics such as workplace evacuation and sheltering, supply kits, insurance reviews, vital records and data protection. The workshop is 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Park City Marriott. The cost is $15 and includes lunch.

Debt elimination course begins Dec. 9

Financial Peace University, a 13-week course by radio personality and author Dave Ramsey, will begin Dec. 9 at Creekside Christian Fellowship at 1400 Bitner Rd. The course is open to the public and presents skills for eliminating debt and building personal savings and wealth. Purchase a kit to attend at http://www.daveramsey.com . The first class begins at 6 p.m. Contact Andy Thelander at 435-659-9608 to register.

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