Business Briefs for Aug. 25-27
August 24, 2010
DwellTek to administer Energy Star program
According to a press release, the state of Utah in July contracted with Park City-based DwellTek to administer the new Home Performance with Energy Star Program an incentive program through federal and state tax credits and rebates to do energy efficient improvements on properties. The first audit for the first home in Park City to participate in the program will begin Sept. 9. It is a four-to-six week process. For more information, contact DwellTek at 435-604-0508.
le Foods to host local vendors fair
On Saturday, Sept. 11, Whole Foods Market at Kimball Junction will host a Local Farmer and Food Artisan Road Tour from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Whole Foods Market’s local vendors will be sampling their products for all to taste. There will also be live music, face painting, a grilled lunch and more. Inspired by the success of the Whole Planet Foundation, WFM has set aside a budget of $10 million to help local producers through low-interest loans. For more information visit http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/products/locallygrown/index.html.
Ledges hires DMB Realty Network
Red Ledges, a private golf community in Heber, recently announced it has retained DMB Realty Network to expand its sales and marketing efforts. The company focuses on marketing lifestyle-based residential real estate in leisure destinations across the western United States and Mexico. It will provide sales strategies, marketing tactics and complete brokerage services to Red Ledges, according to a press release. Over the past seven years, the DMB Realty Network team has marketed and sold more than $3 billion in high-end real estate, with a portfolio that includes products similar to those at Red Ledges, including custom homes and home sites, semi-custom builder homes, luxury condominiums, and private residence clubs in mountain, desert and coastal locales, it said.