Business Briefs for July 14 through July 17
New Food & Beverage director at St. Regis
The St. Regis Deer Valley announced the appointment of a new Director of Food & Beverage, according to a press release from the resort. Kevin P. Hines joins the luxury hotel with more than 20 years of experience in food and beverage operations at several of the country’s leading ski resorts, luxury beach resorts and convention centers. Hines, considered an expert in wine and spirits, will be responsible for the Jean-Georges Vongerichten J&G Grill, the 10,000 bottle The St. Regis Wine Vault and all catering and banquet operations. Hines comes to The St. Regis Deer Valley from Southern Wine and Spirits in Orange County, California where he was a Hotel and Restaurant Specialist, the press release continued. For more information, call 435-940-5700 or visit http://www.stregisdeervalley.com.
Local photographer best for families
Stephanie Neal of Stephanie Neal Photography who works in Park City and Heber was recently awarded the "Best Family Photographer" in the most recent issue of Salt Lake Magazine’s "Best of the Beehive" issue. Neal is an award winner of the National Association of Professional Child Photographers and can shoot in her Heber studio or on location, Salt Lake Magazine wrote about the business. For more information about Stephanie Neal Photography, visit http://stephanienealphotography.com.
Cinemark offering Slurpees
The Park City Cinemark, located at 1776 Park Avenue, will be offering the popular 7-Eleven frozen beverage, Slurpee, to its menu. The added food offerings follow suit with other Cinemark locations throughout the state.
Verizon Wireless 4G LTE in Park City
Verizon Wireless 4G LTE will launch services in Park City in the coming weeks, allowing residents and visitors using the cell phone company to receive faster internet service on their smart phones. 4G LTE, which is already available in more than 300 markets nationwide, will boost service speeds by up to 10 times faster, according to the comapny. Verizon Wireless customers can choose from the largest selection of 4G LTE devices, ranging from tablets, mobile hotspots, smartphones and more, including the new iPad and Samsung Galaxy S® III.
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