Business Briefs for July 21 through July 24
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.
Boardworks hires local
Popular surfboard company Boardworks Surf brought Park City local David Jordan onto its sales team where he will be managing all Boardworks Stand Up Paddle accounts in Utah, Idaho, and Montana. Jordan has been a sales rep in the outdoor sports industry for over 15 years and grew up skiing, skateboarding and whitewater canoeing in New England and then moved west to explore the Sierras and Rockies after college, according to a press release from the company. He currently covers the Intermountain region on the alpine ski and winter apparel side for Salomon. Dave will be contacting all current dealers this week. For retailer in the area looking for more information on Boardworks products, email email@example.com or call 435-659-8459.
The contact information from the July 18 issue of The Park Record "Local’s invention a paramedic’s back-saver" for the Park City company EZ Lift was incorrect. To contact EZ Lift, visit http://www.ezliftrescue.com, call (435) 602-0933 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The group that represents businesses in the Main Street core of Park City formally outlined a request to close the shopping, dining and entertainment strip to traffic on Sundays in the summer and early fall.