Business briefs for Wednesday, Dec. 13 |

Business briefs for Wednesday, Dec. 13

PCMR Benefit Day helps Park City Historical Society

Park City Mountain Resort announced the Park City Historical Society and Museum was selected as the benefactor of the proceeds from the fourth annual Benefit Day, which will be held on Friday, Dec.15. A limited number of specially priced tickets will be sold through several outlets prior to Benefit Day.

The Park City Historical Society and Museum is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving, protecting and promoting Park City’s history and heritage. The Museum, located at 528 Main Street, shows the unique history of Park City springing from a mining town to a world-class winter resort town.

Discounted tickets for the Park City Mountain Resort Benefit Day can be purchased through Thursday for $20 at the Park City Historical Museum. They will also be available at Cole Sport, Jans Sport, Zions Bank in Park City and any Canyon Sports outlet in Salt Lake City. For additional ticket information contact the Park City Historical Society at (435) 649-7457.

Parkite recognized for hard work

Francine Massey of Park City has been recognized for sales as a distributor with SeneGence International. SeneGence International, founded in 1999, has become a pioneer in long-lasting cosmetics and anti-aging skin care products.

"It is very exciting to be recognized for doing what I love to do helping those in the Park City community look and feel their best," said Massey.

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