Briefs for March 31-April 3, 2007 |

Briefs for March 31-April 3, 2007

Deer Valley promotions

Deer Valley Resort, which currently employees nearly 2,000 during the winter season has announced several promotions within the company. Chad Wassmer has been promoted to the position of marketing manager. Wassmer worked at Deer Valley for 16 years, most recently serving as the tour and travel coordinator. Carrie Budding has moved from events/marketing coordinator to being named event/promotions manager, replacing Ginger Ries, who recently left Deer Valley afer 17 years. Christie Delbridge has been named to the new position of employee relations manager

New Heber Prudential agent

Debra Reesor has recently joined Prudential of Heber. She is a native of Utah, living in Wallsburg, which gives her intimate local area knowledge. She will work extensively to help buyers and sellers meet their real estate goals. If looking to buy or sell a home or land or would just like more information, call (801)-400-2607.

Postal rate expo

A postal rate change is on the horizon and the Utah Postal Customer Council will hold its annual Postal Expo on Tuesday, April 10, at the Davis Conference Center, 800 W. Heritage Park Blvd, in Layton, Utah.

Seminars on the new shape and weight-based postal rates and new addressing requirements for business mailers, are two of six business presentations being offered at Postal Expo 2007. Other business session topics include: Your own home post office, new ideas for direct mail campaigns, dealing with stress at home and work, and a postal inspection service presentation on protecting the mail and customers. Vendors in Utah will be exhibiting the very latest in mailing technology and services. Keynote speaker at the event will be U.S. Postal Service vice president customer service Susan Plonkey from Washington, D.C., who will talk on what is new and changing in the Postal Service.

The Postal Expo is open to everyone. Registration forms for the Expo are available by calling (801) 974-2550, or by email at . The cost for the event is $50 per person or $45 each for three or more representatives from the same company. The price includes a continental breakfast and lunch. The Postal Expo will begin at 7:15 a.m., providing an opportunity to visit the exhibitors on hand to share information on their products and services.

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