The Loco Lizard Cantina and the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Utah are making wishes come true this holiday season for shoppers and children with life-threatening medical conditions. Shoppers can bring in any shopping receipt from anywhere, in any combination over $20 and receive a free appetizer, free desert or free child’s menu item at the Loco Lizard Cantina from Nov. 25 through Dec. 31. For every receipt brought in, the Loco Lizard will donate $1 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Utah. Loco Lizard Cantina is located in Park City in the Kimball Plaza in Kimball Junction and in the Old Mill Village in Holladay at 6550 South and 3000 East. Fees due for beer and liquor licenses Fees for beer and/or liquor licenses must be paid on or before Friday, Dec. 30 by 4 p.m. Businesses which do not have a valid license at 4 p.m. on Dec. 30 must close all beer and/or liquor-related business at midnight on Saturday, Dec. 31.
For more information contact the business licensing department at the Park City Municipal Corporation Finance Department, 445 Marsac Avenue, P.O. Box 1480 Park City, Utah 84060 or call 615-5225. Bad Ass Coffee Company expands
The Bad Ass Coffee Company, a Hawaiian-style coffee company with a location in Park City, recently signed an agreement with Calvin Enterprises, granting them area development rights to three states in the Intermountain West.
Calvin Enterprises, a real estate and development company based out of Northern Colorado, stated that they plan to implement 135 Bad Ass Coffee locations, primarily through franchising operations throughout Arizona, Colorado and Nevada, with the first one to be located in Greeley, Colorado. PCMR appoints two new directors Park City Mountain Resort has announced the promotion of two employees. Kenny Lentz has been named to the position of Director of Information Technology (IT) and Jim Mangan has been appointed the Director of Action Sports Marketing. These appointments will expand their roles to allow Powdr’s other resorts the opportunity to utilize their expertise and industry contacts. These resorts include Mt. Bachelor in Oregon, Alpine Meadows, Boreal and Soda Springs in California and Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort in Nevada. Lentz joined the Park City Mountain Resort in October 1999, just as Park City Mountain Resort was gearing up for the 2002 Winter Games. He played an integral role in implementing new technologies and infrastructure at Park City Mountain Resort, including RTP (Enterprise Resort Management Software Suite), automated ticketing kiosks and Fast Tracks (RFID access control). In his new position, Lentz will be responsible for administration and maintenance of centrally deployed applications and enterprise infrastructure for Park City Mountain Resort and Powdr’s other resorts. Mangan joined the Park City Mountain Resort team shortly after the Resort hosted the snowboard events during the 2002 Winter Games. He is credited for successfully executing a terrain parks and pipes program, creating the Park City All-Stars pro team, and spearheading the marketing efforts within these initiatives at Park City Mountain Resort. His work has brought the Resort top honors from the industry’s leading magazines including back to back Terrain Park of the Year Awards from Transworld Snowboarding magazine. Mangan will utilize his strong relationships within, and knowledge of, the industry to help facilitate similar programs at Powdr’s other resorts.
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Landslides in Big Cottonwood Canyon on Sunday forced authorities to send drivers above the debris field over Guardsman Pass and into Park City as they navigated a route to the Wasatch Front. One of the landslides was considered to be major and cut off S.R. 190.