Business briefs for Jan. 13-15
Victory Ranch breaks ground on two new homes
According to Tracy Harden, marketing and public relations expert for Victory Ranch, below Francis, The Victory Ranch Club is breaking ground on two new cottage homes in its first cottage neighborhood on the golf course. This a great sign of the vitality at the ranch, she said.
Insurance agency opens in Old Town
John Kristin Associates Inc. Insurance has recently opened its new office at 136 Heber Ave., Ste 204, in the Gateway Building, offering home, condo, or auto insurance. Call 435-487-9698 or stop by for more information.
State welcomes nominations for great employers
For the 12th consecutive year, the State of Utah will recognize and honor companies that are creating exceptional workplaces and businesses by effectively addressing employee work/life needs. The state is now accepting nominations for the 2010 Utah Work/Life Awards until March 1. The nomination form, online application details and information on past winners may be found by going to http://www.jobs.utah.gov and clicking on "Work/Life Awards." For more information on the award, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Work/Life Award Team at 801-468-0112.
Gas prices go down a penny
Utah is bucking the national trend when it comes to gasoline prices. It is the only state to show a month-to-month decrease in price, according to the latest report from AAA Utah, which tracks gas prices as a service to consumers. The average price for a gallon of regular unleaded is $2.60. This is 1 cent lower than last month’s survey on Dec. 8, but 98 cents higher than a year ago. Only four states, Colorado, Missouri, Oklahoma and Wyoming, have prices lower than those in Utah.
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