Business Briefs for July 31-Aug. 3
Fairway Springs Villas selects Keller Williams
Fairway Springs Ski & Golf Villas, a community of 46 town homes near the Frostwood ski gondola at The Canyons Resort, has appointed Carrie Shoaf of Keller Williams Luxury Residence Group, as primary listing agent for the project. Shoaf will oversee all aspects of sales, including providing special buyer incentives, from furnishing packages to deeply discounted pricing. Developed by HorizonDBM, the project lies on The Canyons proposed 18-hole golf course with views of the Uintah Mountains. For more information, contact Carrie Shoaf at 435-513-1928.
Salazar to hold public listening session
Senior representatives from the U.S. Department of the Interior, the White House Council on Environmental Quality, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency invite the public to attend a listening session and discussions on conservation, recreation, and reconnecting people to the outdoors. The session will be held Aug. 3 from 10 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. at the Radisson Hotel at 215 West South Temple. The session was prompted by an initiative from President Barack Obama to invite "grassroots solutions to conserve our lands, waterways, historical and cultural resources, and reconnect Americans to the outdoors," according to a press release. Direct questions to Jeanette Matovich at (801) 539-4232 or email@example.com .
Backcountry rescue fundraiser held in SLC
According to a press release, Ski Utah will kick-off the official 100-day countdown to the ski season on Aug. 7 at the Salt Lake City Farmer’s Market. Ski Utah will take one dollar donations in exchange for flavorful yellow snow cones provided by Snowie to benefit Wasatch Backcountry Rescue (WBR) avalanche dogs. Dogs will also be on hand to perform skills demonstrations and Utah ski resorts will hand out doggy bags full of swag and resort information. Wasatch Backcountry Rescue is a nonprofit corporation providing life-saving rescue and recovery services to the general public.
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