Business briefs for Saturday, Nov. 4
The Park City Resort Center Merchants Association has scheduled its next meeting for Nov. 8 at 10 a.m. at the Park City Mountain Resort Team Building in the second floor conference room.
The meeting will start with an introduction, followed by a discussion of upcoming events and a report from PCMR. The Park City Chamber Bureau will make a report, followed by a lodging report and any new business.
AAA Utah celebrates Hybrid Awareness Month
In recognition of Hybrid Awareness Month, AAA Utah will be offering a variety of free alternative fuel information at local offices throughout the month.
During the month of November, every AAA office in Northern California, Nevada and Utah will be featuring free materials with information on a variety of alternative fuels like hydrogen fuel cells and natural gas. Offices will also have tips for drivers of hybrid vehicles on how to get the most fuel efficiency out of their cars.
November’s activities are all part of the AAA Greenlight Initiative, AAA’s program to promote the understanding and development of alternative fuels and vehicles. More information about the Greenlight Initiative is available at http://www.aaa.com/greenlight.
Visitors to http://www.aaa.com/greenlight can learn about everything from basic information on how a hybrid electric vehicle works to the latest information on hydrogen fuel cell cars and where to fill up your alternative fuel car. There are also details on the tax breaks and other incentives for purchasing hybrids. In addition to articles and FAQs about alternative fuel and vehicles, the site also features a comprehensive list of links to additional resources on the topic.
Park City resident joins Big-D Construction
Park City resident Jimmy Crouch has joined Big-D Construction as senior project manager. He has over 25 years experience in project management, field engineering, and quality control. Crouch has worked on projects in 15 states and his clients have included Barnes & Noble, PetsMart, and Carmike Cinemas. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, TX.
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