The Park City Chamber/Bureau wishes to remind members to place their winter activities brochures at visitor centers.
Also, the chamber/bureau is currently compiling member data for the 2009 Summer Vacation Planner and encourages tourism members listed in this publication to take a few moments to check their listing. Log on to the Member Tools under the Member Services & Directory section of http://www.parkcityinfo.com to review the listing and submit changes if necessary. Changes are needed by Dec. 8. Contact Barbara Wainwright at 658-9619 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
On Dec. 4 a seminar will be held on understanding merchant credit card fees. Come with a recent processing statement, pencil and calculator. Advanced Merchant Group will provide knowledge that could save money. This is a brown bag seminar, so participants should bring their lunch, but drinks will be provided. 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Best Western Landmark Inn.
Local First Utah requests 10 percent
Local First Utah is encouraging shoppers to dedicate at least 10 percent of their expenditures to buying locally-made items from Nov. 29 though Dec. 6 to support Utah’s economy.
Murdock Travel purchases LDS tours
Morris Murdock Travel announced this week the purchase of LDS Travel Study, a leading provider of educational travel for LDS church members. The company specializes in all-inclusive LDS guided tours to LDS Church History sites, the "Holy Land," Europe, the South Pacific and Central and South America.
Senator Pat Jones honored
The 32nd Annual American Express Women & Business Conference and the Wells Fargo Building honored Sen. Pat Jones, D-Salt Lake, and new senate minority leader, the Athena Award. The luncheon on Nov. 18 recognized five "Pathfinders" and selected Jones for her achievements as the first female senate minority leader in state history, the President and Co-owner of Dan Jones & Associates, Inc. and an active member of the community.
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Park City officials are preparing to take what is considered to be an important step in protecting the Treasure land from wildfires. City Hall in early June requested proposals from firms interested in the work.