Business briefs for Saturday, Oct. 7
On Oct. 10, Ski Utah will launch its first Utah ski industry newsletter, entitled First Chair. The intent of the newsletter is to inform membership and local media of hard news items relevant to Utah’s ski industry. It will be sent via an e-mail blast the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. It will continue through the end of the season.
Ski Utah would appreciate assistance from its membership in making First Chair a useful and informative tool. Please e-mail any news items for inclusion to firstchair an Earth’s Best Sesame Street gift pack filled with a variety of fun, delicious and nutrient-rich breakfasts and snacks for toddlers. Members will also learn how they can earn great travel awards and enter the Earth’s Best Beaches Resort Family Adventure Sweepstakes. Healthy Harvest runs though Oct. 31.
The Healthy Harvest program is the first in a series of collaborative efforts between StrollerFit and Earth’s Best. The companies’ exclusive partnership includes mutual marketing and promotions opportunities, sampling, consumer education, Web site cross-promotions and more.
For StrollerFit class locations and times in the Park City area contact Cynthia Schindler at (435) 658-0382.
Free workshop on Lean Enterprise
The Park City Chamber/Bureau has teamed with the Manufacturing Extension Partnership to provide an introductory class on Lean Enterprise. This free two-hour seminar will be held at the Park City Library on Oct. 18 from 8-10 a.m. A continental breakfast will be served.
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