Park City Mountain Resort’s Benefit Day has been rescheduled for Friday, December 2, with all lift ticket proceedsdonated to thePark City Education Foundation.Tickets must be purchased before December 1 for $20. Discounted tickets will not be available the day of the event. Tickets can be purchased at Park City Mountain Resort services offices, Cole Sport, Jans Mountain Outfitters, and Canyon Sports retail outlets in Salt Lake City. Physical therapist gains specialist certification Ted Bezemer, a licensed physical therapist and strength and conditioning specialist in Park City, has been awarded certification as a clinical specialist in orthopedic physical therapy by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS). The ABPTS of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), awards certificates to physical therapists meeting approved requirements. To obtain board certification, candidates must submit evidence of required clinical practice in a specialty area, and successfully complete a six-hour written examination, which demonstrates knowledge and advanced clinical proficiency in a specialty area of physical therapy practice. Bezemer specializes in the identification and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders, sports medicine and functional conditioning at Alpine Sports Medicine in Park City where he treats mainly orthopedic and sports related injuries. In addition to his clinical work, Ted oversees the conditioning services at Glenwild Golf Club and Spa and also provides pre/post rehabilitative exercise instruction, performance training and biomechanical motion analysis through his training business, Pro-Formance Conditioning. For more information contact Alpine Sports Medicine at (435) 645-9095. UITA holds public relations seminar Public relations practitioners Susan Richards of Altiris, Mark Fredrickson of NextPage, Debra Lund of Franklin Covey, Blake Stowell of The SCO Group, and Cheryl Snapp Connor of Snapp Norris Group will provide "PR Tips from the Trenches" at a Utah Information Technology Association (UITA) Industry breakfast on Dec. 7 at 7:30 a.m. at the University of Phoenix.
The panel, moderated by Chris Tunis of The Enterprise, will discuss the best practices they follow in high-tech public relations. Included in the discussion will be practical tips and experiences of how attendees can improve their company’s public relations. The breakfast is free for UITA members and $15 for non-UITA members. The University of Phoenix is located on 5373 Green Street in Salt Lake City. For more information about UITA’s industry breakfasts or to register, call (801) 568-3500 or visit http://www.uita.org/events/112205.htm.
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Buses, trains and gondolas doesn’t have quite the same ring to it, but they make up the transit alternatives for the mountain transportation system the Central Wasatch Commission is trying to create, mostly in the Cottonwood canyons.