Briefs Nov. 17-20, 2007
Stein Eriksen Lodge awarded AAA Five Diamond rating
AAA awarded Stein Eriksen Lodge and The Grand America Hotel the travel authority’s highest rating, the Five Diamond award this month. This is the sixth consecutive year Stein Eriksen has received the award.
Only 100 hotels and 60 restaurants in North America received this year’s Five Diamond Award. These winners make up just 0.27 percent of the 60,000 Diamond Rated® lodgings and restaurants throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean.
The assignment of an AAA rating of one to five diamonds marks the completion of a successful annual evaluation. All properties must first meet AAA’s rigorous requirements and guidelines during an evaluation by one of AAA’s 65 full-time professional inspectors to become AAA approved. Five Diamond establishments go through additional extensive inspections and final committee review. AAA experts judge lodgings on the exterior of the facility, public areas, guest rooms, amenities and bathrooms. Restaurants are evaluated on criteria including food, service, décor and ambience.
For more information, call (888) 937-5523 or visit http://www.aaa.com/travel .
Zions Bank hires an administrative assistant
Zions Bank has hired Nicole DiMauro as an administrative assistant to Becky Kearns, who is a senior vice president and manager of the Zions Bank Resort Banking division. DiMauro’s office will be located at the Resort Bank’s Park City office location at 1100 Snow Creek Drive. DiMauro is responsible for assisting Becky Kearns with client management, scheduling and events.
DiMauro brings to Zions Bank more than four years of banking expertise. She previously worked for Bank of America in Boston where she was an assistant vice president and client manager. DiMauro studied psychology at the University of Maine.
A native of Portland, Maine, she currently lives in Heber where she enjoys cooking, reading, skiing and hiking.
Park City’s SoundTube and Martech Marketing announce distribution agreement in Canada
SoundTube Entertainment, based in Park City, announced last week that the company has joined with Martech Marketing to distribute SoundTube’s commercial audio products throughout Canada. Martech Marketing is headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta with offices in British Columbia and Ontario.
SoundTube Entertainment manufactures and markets RSi open-ceiling, CMi in-ceiling, SMi surface-mount, XT outdoor, HPi high-power and FP sound-focusing speaker models. SoundTube products are installed in many of the world’s best-known commercial operations.
Martech’s Ray Seutter will lead a new Audio Visual team comprised of 7 individuals with extensive experience in the AV industry. "Our team is well acquainted with the benefits of SoundTube products and can communicate these qualities to a wide variety of audio and video professionals in Canada," said Seutter. "We are also well positioned to leverage our technically advanced logistics, service and sales infrastructure to ensure the highest levels of service throughout the country." For more information, visit http://www.soundtube.com
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