Briefs for May 5-8, 2007
Wild Oats celebrates women
The Wild Oats Natural Marketplace in Utah will host a Mother’s Day and Women’s Celebration in May.
Depending on the store location, attendees can enjoy food sampling, chocolate fountain with fresh fruit, chocolate and dessert sampling, free seated massage, live music, health and birth information, free henna tattoos and more. For more details on activities at each store, pick up an event flyer at any Wild Oats store or check out our on-line event calendar at http://www.wildoats.com .
During the Mother’s Day Celebration event, attendees can enter to win a gift basket full of things to pamper Mom. These events are free. Events at the Park City location will take place May 5 from noon to 3 p.m. It is located at 1748 W. Redstone Center Drive.
Agents named to Coldwell Banker International President’s Circle
Brad Thompson, Bruce Kipp, Kathy Mears and Susan Payne, sales associates with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, have qualified to join the company’s International President’s Circle. The prestigious membership is limited to only the top four percent of the more than 127,700 sales associates worldwide in the Coldwell Banker system. As a member of the company’s International President’s Circle, these agents will be invited to attend the "Elite Retreat," a three-day conference held exclusively for the company’s top sales associates.
"These Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage agents truly personify the spirit of the International President’s Circle," says Jim Gillespie, president and chief executive officer of Coldwell Banker Real Estate Corporation. "Their integrity and deep knowledge of the Park City real estate market, together with their extreme dedication to their clients, bring to life the ideals established by our founders."
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