Business Briefs for May 28-June 3
May 31, 2011
Fish for free on June 4
The Division of Wildlife Resources is not requiring fishing licenses on June 4. Fishing is free in every waterway in Utah. The Wasatch Mountain State Park pond two miles west of Midway at 1281 Warm Springs Road is hosting a special "Kid’s Fishing Event" from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Space is limited; register by calling 654-1791. The Division recommends taking children to lakes and reservoirs as they have been recently stocked with new fish. All state rules still apply; visit http://www.wildlife.utah.gov/guidebooks to review the rules.
Lannie Scopes heading to Italy
According to a press release, a contingency of representatives from Salt Lake City, FamilySearch, GeneTree.com and the Utah Office of Tourism is heading to Torino, Italy June 3-5 to help celebrate the 150th anniversary of National Unification Day. Torino is a sister city of Salt Lake City. The delegation will perform Western entertainment and family history presentations. The Western entertainment will include local Realtor Lannie "The Marshal" Scopes and Craig "Creek" Johnson of Hired Guns. The entertainment is sponsored by Zions Bank and the LDS Foundation in Salt Lake City.
Recycle Utah celebrates 20 years on June 7
A breakfast will be held at Park City Mountain Resort Legacy Lodge on Tuesday, June 7, starting at 8 until 10 a.m. to celebrate the 20-year anniversary of Recycle Utah. It will be a "Blast from the Past" and a "View into the Future of Zero Waste." The cost for the event will be $1,000 for a table of ten. Table sponsors are encouraged to ask their friends, co-workers and colleagues to participate. For more details, and to sign up as a table sponsor, please contact Recycle Utah at 435-649-9698. The reservation deadline is June 3.
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National Travel & Tourism Week celebrated
The Park City Chamber/Bureau is celebrating National Travel and Tourism Week on June 3 with a barbecue lunch at the Utah Olympic Park from 11:30 to 1 p.m.
The Preserve changes marketing strategy
The Preserve, a real estate development north of Kimball Junction, is changing its marketing strategy to sell the remaining 40 lots owned by The Preserve Development Company and Fortress Investment Group. It has contracted with Glenwild Realty for sales and Redhead Marketing for promotion.
New management at Frontier Bank
Frontier Bank recently announced Don Rudy as new senior vice president and market manager. Rudy has been with the bank since 2003.