Business briefs for Saturday, Dec. 2
Qwest Communications announced the addition of enhanced category searches for wireless customers to its directory assistance services. These enhanced services give wireless customers the ease of accessing important and useful information over-the-phone. Enhanced services are available to wireless customers in Qwest’s 14-state service region. Services include: driving directions, horoscopes, movie listings, ski conditions and weather.
Wireless callers who are interested in receiving enhanced information will hear a voice prompt offering these new features and after hearing the name and location prompt for directory assistance will be immediately transferred to a Qwest agent who can instantly access the information they need. In addition to these enhanced services, Qwest directory assistance callers can now find nationwide business listings based on the type of business and location rather than requesting a specific business listing. This new service is available to landline and wireless customers in Qwest’s 14-state service region and to Qwest customers nationwide. There is no additional cost to customers for both the category search and the enhanced services other than the standard directory assistance charge.
Dakota Mountain Lodge finds financier
Dakota Mountain Lodge, to be constructed at the base of The Canyons’ new Frostwood lift, recently announced Goldman Sachs as acquisition and construction financier for the project. This marks the first real estate development in the area to work with Goldman Sachs, one of America’s premier financial companies.
With 70 offers for the first 40 units released to the public, Dakota Mountain Lodge has enjoyed a successful pre-sale launch. To date, each additional offering has sold out and pre-sales now total more than 60 units. Additional units will be released for sale in upcoming months. Construction will commence in the first quarter of 2007 and completion of the first phase is expected by winter of 2008.
Transportation symposium planned
The Park City Chamber/Bureau will be hosting a transportation symposium on Dec. 6 starting at 8:30 a.m. at The Yarrow Hotel at 1800 Park Avenue to address Park City area transportation issues and updates. The event is free of charge and will include complimentary breakfast. Please RSVP by Friday, Dec. 1 to Jill Brown at (435) 658-9624 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Park City Police Department last week received at least two reports involving cases of different natures at construction locations. In one of the cases, the police were told 1,000 construction workers had left vehicles on the street.