Briefs Nov. 17-20, 2007
Fitness expert Golden Golden brings dynamic training to Elevation gym
Owner of Elevation Fitness Gardie Jackson announced last week the addition of Helen Golden to the Elevation Training team! Elevation is an athletic performance center that specializes in dynamic movement, core stabilization and "left of center" training philosophies. Elevation opened in May 2006.
Golden has more than 19 years of experience in sports marketing, health and wellness product promotion, fitness articles in national publications, events and fitness training of all levels. Golden has been certified by YMCA, AFAA, ACE, Reebok and other nationally recognized organizations in Pilates, personal training, Spinning, group exercise and coaching. For more information about Elevation training, visit http://www.parkcityelevation.com .
C&S Markets Enclave at Sun Canyon
C&S Creative Services, Inc., has been selected to launch the Enclave at Sun Canyon project the first major real estate development in Park City to be "Certified Green" by the Utah Green Building Initiative. C&S has developed the Enclave brand, utilizing recycled papers and a natural design theme throughout collateral materials, image brochures and advertising. It will also create the Enclave Web site and facilitate a sales launch at the end of November.
C&S Creative Services is a full-service advertising and public relations firm, specializing in resort-real estate clientele. Its Deer Valley office has provided award-winning concepts to showcase clients since 1987. For more information, contact Cathy Slusher at 649-1234.
PCMR pushes back its scheduled opening day for the 2007-08 winter season
Park City Mountain Resort, ranked a top-ten resort in North America by the readers of SKI and Skiing magazines, has pushed back its scheduled opening day, Friday, Nov. 16, for the 2007-08 season. The Resort will open once conditions permit.
"We always strive to provide our guests with the best skiing and riding experience, and unfortunately, we have not received the cold temperatures and natural snowfall that we need to open on our scheduled day," said Peter Curtis, president and general manager of Park City Mountain Resort. "So far, we’ve made 30-acre feet of snow, and ideally, we would like to have 70-acre feet of snow on the ground for optimal conditions. We are hopeful that within the next week we will get the temperatures needed so we can open by Thanksgiving weekend."
In addition to the Alpine Coaster beginning operation on Wednesday, Nov. 21, Park City Mountain Resort’s Legacy Sports, Kristi’s Coffee Café and Legends Bar & Grill will also open for guests to enjoy.
Gorgoza Park, owned by Park City Mountain Resort, will announce its official opening date in the coming weeks.
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