Briefs for June 16-20, 2007 |

Briefs for June 16-20, 2007

New director of golf at Promontory

Promontory Resort announced the appointment of G. Steven Hupe to the position of Director of Golf. Hupe will be responsible for the golf operations of up to five golf courses at the 10-square mile community overlooking Park City, including the Pete Dye Canyon Golf Course and the Painted Valley Course. Hupe comes to Promontory with nearly 30 years of experience as a Director of Golf in both private club and resort settings. Most recently, Hupe was Director of Golf at the Stone Mountain Golf Club and Resort in Stone Mountain, Georgia. Hupe has also overseen multi-course golf operations for Marriott Golf, The Frog Golf Club, Renaissance Pine Isle Resort and The Cattail Resort.

Hupe’s awards and achievements include being named to the PGA President’s Council on Growing the Game, 2005-06 and Empire Who’s Who Golf Professional of the Year 2006. He has written or contributed to more than 150 golf, customer service or merchandising-related articles in national regional and local golf industry publications. For more information, visit or call (888) 458-6600.

Asset protection

The law firm of Jones, Waldo, Holbrook, and McDonough will conduct a estate and trust workshop "The Five Most Common Asset Protection and Business Planning Mistakes and How to Avoid Them" Wednesday, June 20 at the Park City Library from 9 to 10:30 a.m. To RSVP, call Taylor Nicolaides at 877-296-0915 or e-mail


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Do you commute to Salt Lake for work? Do you brave I-80 through Parley’s Canyon everyday, passing by large trucks and weaving through deer and moose while your loved ones at home cross their fingers hoping for your safe return?

The Park Record is looking for Parkites that commute to work everyday in a future story that tells of experiences and how it influences your life. If interested, please e-mail Dan Bischoff at or call 649-9014.