Briefs Oct. 31-Nov. 2, 2007
Board of Realtors plans environmentally-friendly
water softener program
The Park City Board of Realtors Environmental Issues Committee will host a program about environmentally friendly water softeners, Thursday, Nov. 1. The free program will be held at 10 a.m. at the Park City Board of Realtors office, 1889 Prospector Ave.
Home water "softeners" turn
Park City’s "hard" water into culinary
water that is easier on pipes, hair and
appliances. Certain water softeners are
also better for the environment.
Monte Lowder of Kinetico Water Softener Systems will showcase systems that use less power, less salt and less waste water. The public is invited to attend. For more information, call Recycle Utah at 649-9698.
Spring Communications becomes primary sponsor of Image Reborn
Spring Communications, the fast-growing Utah-based retailer of wireless phones, is now the primary sponsor of Image Reborn Foundation, an organization dedicated to providing support for women recovering from and living with breast cancer, the company announced.
Park City-based Image Reborn provides a healing environment in which women with breast cancer, many of whom have had mastectomies, are encouraged to reclaim their sense of strength and personal image.
Although the sponsorship announcement comes in October – Breast Cancer Awareness Month -Spring’s commitment to supporting Image Reborn’s mission will be ongoing, a prepared statement reads.
In recognition of the sponsorship, all Spring retail employees will wear Image Reborn pins. Brochures about Image Reborn will be available on every retail countertop and in Spring Retail Support Centers and the Customer Loyalty Center throughout October.
For more information about Image Reborn, visit imagerebornfoundation.org or call 658-1715. Zions Bank hires Tony Steadman to commercial relationship manager
On Oct. 26, Zions Bank hired Tony Steadman to be the commercial relationship manager in the Park City office on Snow Creek Drive. Steadman is responsible for customer development and managing commercial relationships.
Steadman brings to Zions Bank more than 34 years of banking experience. He previously worked for Kitsap Bank in Port Orchard, Wash., where he was a regional vice president. Prior to that, he held a similar position at U.S. Bank in Port Angeles, Wash. Steadman holds a bachelor’s degree in business and finance from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Wash.
Steadman is a member of the United Way and is a past board president. He lives in Heber with his wife, Connie, and enjoys painting, woodworking, clowning and acting.
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