Business briefs for Saturday, Nov. 18
November 18, 2006
The day after Thanksgiving is traditionally one of the busiest shopping days of the year. The Tanger Outlet Center at Kimball Junction will give its customers the opportunity to beat the crowds and begin their holiday shopping bright and early.
Tanger will open on Friday, Nov. 24, at 8 a.m. for its annual Big After Thanksgiving sale. Many stores plan to extend the extra hours through the holiday season.
Chamber/Bureau offers new benefit
Many Park City tourism members are already taking advantage of the Chamber/Bureau’s Hot Deals! section of the Web site, which is an excellent way to let Park City visitors and locals know about specials on lodging, activities, shopping, dining, etc. To complement Hot Deals!, the Park City Chamber/Bureau has created a new online Member-to-Member Marketplace which is now available for use by all members.
The Member-to-Member Marketplace will serve as a clearinghouse for deals shared exclusively between Park City Chamber/Bureau members. The M2MM functionality works much the same as Hot Deals!, except that, whereas Hot Deals! are available to the general public, a member login will be required to access the M2MM.
For more information, and to learn how to post your member deal, click on the M2MM letter of instruction below. You may also contact Kristin Carpenter at (435) 658-9619 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Motorists are breathing easier as they see gasoline prices in Utah substantially drop over the past month. The latest report from AAA Utah shows double-digit decreases throughout Utah and most of the Intermountain West.
The average price for a gallon of regular, self-serve gasoline in Utah is currently $2.34. This is 26 cents lower than last month and the same price as a year ago. The current national average price is $2.23. This price is 3 cents lower than last month and 6 cents lower than a year ago.
Mild weather on the East Coast and strong OPEC inventories has sent crude oil below $60 per barrel. Barring any unforeseen events, including a cold weather snap back East, AAA anticipates that prices should remain near current levels for the near future.