Briefs for May 30-June 2, 2007
The Historic Main Street Business Alliance invites all Main Street businesses to attend its Annual Membership Meeting on Wednesday, June 6, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at The Spur Bar & Grille. There will be refreshments and opportunities to visit with fellow business owners and learn more about important issues that are affecting all Old Town businesses. For more information, call Sandy at 658-9612 and RSVP to HMBA@parkcityinfo.com.
EDCUtah celebrates opening
Utah business executives, community leaders and elected officials joined the Economic Development Corporation of Utah (EDCUtah) to celebrate the grand opening of its new offices in Salt Lake City at 201 South Main, Suite 2150. The 8,751 square-foot space on the 21st floor of One Utah Center, has been transformed into a first-class, corporate environment that will welcome many first-time business guests to Utah. EDCUtah will enjoy more space, high-end professional design and furnishings, a larger boardroom and a rotating art exhibit in the lobby, featuring the work of celebrated local artists. EDCUtah shares its entrance and lobby with the Utah Sports Commission.
The Commission is a non-profit organization, set-up by the state to attract amateur national and international sports competitions, market and promote Utah’s sport brand and continue the Olympic legacy.
Call for Information: 2008 Winter Events The Chamber/Bureau is currently in production of the 2008 Winter Vacation Planner, and it is looking for winter event listings for the Events Calendar. Due to space limitations, it is only looking to list events that drive overnight destination business. Send Mary McPheters your organization’s 2008 winter events by June 1. Include the event name, date, location, Web site, phone number and a brief description. Events that are not included in the 2008 Winter Vacation Planner will be considered for inclusion in the Chamber/Bureau’s online Events Calendar found at http://www.parkcityinfo.com.
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