Business briefs for Saturday, Aug. 5
The Park City Chamber/Bureau will host its first annual Arts & Culture Tradeshow and Mixer on Thursday, September 14, from 4:40 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Deer Valley’s Silver Lake Lodge. The function will be an opportunity for arts and culture members to showcase their events and services to the community. It will also provide a forum for these organizations to partner together with the goal of promoting Park City as a premier arts and culture destination.
Attendees will enjoy a chance to network with members of the business community while partaking in free hors d’oeuvres and soft drinks, as well as performances from tradeshow participants including live music and Sundance film shorts. A cash bar will also be available.
Arts and culture members will receive a letter of invitation in the coming week to host a booth. Non-arts and culture members don’t need to RSVP.
Jones Waldo acquires Holmgren and Mitton law firm
Jones Waldo Holbrook & McDonough, a 131-year-old law firm in Salt Lake City and Park City, has announced that it recently recruited and acquired Holmgren & Mitton, a Salt Lake City-based law firm that specializes in estate planning.
Holmgren & Mitton officially became part of Jones Waldo on July 31, when it moved its previous operation at 50 West Broadway, into Jones Waldo’s offices located at 170 South Main Street, Suite 1500.
Jones Waldo acquired Holmgren & Mitton as a result of the firm’s push to be one of the premier estate planning law firms in Utah. With the acquisition, Holmgren & Mitton plans to utilize its various legal experts and resources to help expand the current Estate Planning Practice Group at Jones Waldo.
First Utah Hispanic Rotary Club meeting announced
The first Hispanic Rotary Club in Utah has announced its first meeting will be August 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the Utah Business Development Alliance located at 1747 South 900 West in Salt Lake City.
The new club officers will be elected in a special meeting where men and women of diverse professions and businesses, including employers and managers of industries, cultural, government, military and religious and sports organizations will be present.
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