Business briefs for Saturday, Oct. 28
C&S Creative Services, Park City’s full-service advertising agency, was recently honored with the Monadnock Paper Award of Excellence for exceptional use of paper and design in the brochure it produced for Nakoma in Empire Pass.
C&S Creative Services was among just 30 designers to be presented with the Award of Excellence by representatives from Monadnock, who flew in to personally present C&S with the award. Winners were selected from a field of 400 national nominees.
C&S Creative Services has provided award-winning advertising, public relations and marketing support to its varied clients since 1987. Its offices are in the Deer Valley Plaza. For more information, please call (435) 649-1234.
Commerce CRG boosts Park City office
In an effort to help Summit County’s business and community leaders make critical decisions in a phase of high growth, Commerce CRG announced it has increased the size of its Park City office on Main Street. After extensive research on growth trends, the company realized the community needed its first full-service commercial real estate firm. As a result, local leaders with targeted expertise have been hired and new services added to help clients invest their money wisely.
Jess Reid Real Estate adds agents
Jess Reid Real Estate is pleased to announce Adam Schwall and Laurie Smith as its newest members. Schwall has lived in Park city for the past six years and has come to enjoy what Park City has to offer, such as skiing in the winter or hiking and biking the many trails in the summer.
Smith has joined the firm as a licensed sales associate. With over 20 years of marketing, as well as a property management background, she adds broad-based experience to the Jess Reid team. Having spent extensive time in Park City since 1967, she became a full-time resident three years ago for the quality of life, world-class skiing and variety of outdoor activities.
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