Briefs for Feb. 24-28, 2007 |

Briefs for Feb. 24-28, 2007

Coldwell Banker launches new campaign

Coldwell Banker, which operates in Utah as Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, has launched a campaign to coincide with the start of the spring home buying season, the busiest time of the year for real estate transactions. With the real estate consumer now fully demanding valuable content, learning tools and access to sales associates and their listings online, the company is utilizing its new TV, radio and Web advertising campaign to drive traffic to its Web site, . TV spots began airing on Feb. 18 and the company recently became the exclusive sponsor of the "Real Estate" section of Included in the partnership, users can search for homes through the integrated search engine. "The Web has become a battleground for first contact with the real estate consumer," says Charlie Young, senior vice president, marketing, Coldwell Banker Real Estate Corporation.

Newcomers moves location for March 14 speaker

The Newcomers Club of Greater Park City is moving its monthly meetings from the Miners Hospital to the Fellowship Hall of the Park City Community Church, located on S.R. 224 behind the Park City Nursery on Bear Hollow Dr. The speaker on March 14 at 10 a.m. will be Dr. Kris Pankow, assistant director of the University of Utah Seismograph Stations. During the Marsac Building seismic renovations, the city employees will be relocating to the Miners Hospital. So Dr. Pankow’s perspective on "Utah Earthquake Risk" is a timely topic.

Get out of debt seminar

Financial Peace University (FPU), the 13-week program taught by Dave Ramsey, will teach families and individuals how to handle their money through common-sense principles and small group accountability. FPU classes are beginning in Park City at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, beginning Wednesday, Feb. 28 at 7 p.m. and at the Kamas Park Building, Tuesday, Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. For more information, contact Don Milne at (801) 594-8222 or to register.

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