Business Briefs for Nov. 13-16 |

Business Briefs for Nov. 13-16

Jupiter Bowl celebrates anniversary; Ski Utah kicks off winter ads; Recycle Utah holds annual meeting; Keller Williams on top this fall

Utah’s winter ad campaign begins Nov. 17

The Utah Office of Tourism will launch its 2010-2011 winter advertising campaign at noon on Nov. 17 at the Capitol Building. According to a press release, the $1.1 million campaign features national cable advertising. Several new television spots will be unveiled. The Flying Aces will perform in the Capitol Rotunda following the news conference.

Recycle Utah’s annual meeting is Nov. 16

Recycle Utah will hold a pot-luck party at its annual meeting Tuesday, Nov. 16 at the Miners Hospital on Park Ave. New board members will be voted in and awards to supporters and volunteers will be given. RSVP to 435-649-9698.

Jupiter Bowl celebrates with food drive Jupiter Bowl will mark its first anniversary Tuesday, Nov. 16 with a food drive. Bring in canned goods to bowl for free and eat cake from 2 p.m. until closing. Call 435-658-2695 for more details.

Keller Williams tops Park City in 3rd Quarter

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Keller Williams Realty recently announced it had the strongest third quarter of all firms in town. Prudential traditionally dominates the market. Keller Williams has almost doubled its number of agents and sales volume since 2008. According to a press release, the national firm was ranked No. 1 for overall home buyer satisfaction from J.D. Power and Associates.

Correction: Tom Bennett

Tom Bennett is a well known development attorney with Ballard Spahr whose name was misspelled in the Nov. 10 article, "Foreclosures a problem, but not increasing."