Business briefs for Saturday, July 8
Philip C. Perry of Park City was recently named to the Board of Directors for the Perry Institute of Marine Science headquarted in Jupiter, Fla., and the Lee Stocking Island in the Bahamas.
Perry’s tenure began on June 15th and his primary involvement will be coordinating fundraising activities and awareness as PIMS is a private, non-profit organization.
Perry is married to Rankin Harding Perry of Park City and they have one daughter, Genevieve Cameron Perry.
Legacy announces grand opening in Park City
Legacy Auto Group, which recently purchased John Mecham Dodge Chrysler Jeep off the Kimball Junction exit, announced its Park City dealership, now named Legacy Chrysler Jeep Dodge, will be hosting a grand opening on Saturday, July 15.
Representatives said it will feature a $2,000 shopping spree giveaway to the Park City outlets in conjunction with The End 101.9 FM and Tanger Outlet Mall to celebrate their grand opening.
Community members can register for the shopping spree at the dealership on Saturday, July 8 or by listening to The End 101.9 FM. One lucky winner will be randomly selected on July 15. All other contestants will receive a $20 gift card to the outlets.
Legacy Chrysler Jeep Dodge will also be hosting a VIP open house ribbon cutting and luncheon in conjunction with the city and Park City Area Chamber of Commerce to celebrate their grand opening on July 13 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Kirk Bengtzen, general manager Tom Sly, County Commissioner Sally Elliot and Chamber Executive Director Bill Malone will be addressing the audience at the luncheon regarding their excitement for the new ownership, name change and discussing the future plans and direction of the dealership.
Legacy Chrysler Jeep Dodge is located at 2700 Rasmussen Road in Park City. For more information visit http://www.legacyauto.com or call the dealership at (435) 940-9999.
Utah Office of Tourism announces funding
The Utah Office of Tourism has announced that the next round of cooperative funding applications are due on Aug. 4.
In an effort to be of assistance to tourism partners, The Utah Office of Tourism is hosting two cooperative marketing workshops. These workshops will give nonprofits and local governments an opportunity to ask questions and receive information about how to make their applications complete.
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