Business briefs for Wednesday, Jan. 3
Say "cheese!" Members of the Park City Chamber/Bureau now have the ability to upload one photo per membership listing using the Chamber/Bureau’s online member update tool. Photos will be viewable in the online business directory, as well as the lodging directory for lodging members. To upload photos, visit http://www.parkcityinfo.com/member/listing, input the member user ID and password
and click on "edit."
If one photo is uploaded in the business directory edit page and then another is uploaded in a different edit page the photo will default across all pages to the latter image selected.
Once uploaded and approved by the Chamber/Bureau, the photo will then be viewable via a "view photo" link within your business directory listing and lodging directory listing, if applicable.
For more information please contact Kristin Carpenter at (435) 658-9602.
Each year on Groundhog Day, the Park City Chamber/Bureau hosts a luncheon to forecast anticipated business levels in several key business sectors for the upcoming year. Leaders in government, real estate, banking, construction and tourism comprise a dynamic lineup for this year’s event.
The event will take place Feb. 2 at The Yarrow Hotel with registration beginning at 11:45 a.m. Cost is $20 per person and seating is limited. Please RSVP by Friday, Jan. 26.
ABC News article touts Park City’s varied product
The Chamber/Bureau’s communications department staff works hard to generate exposure for Park City in key markets and to drive the visitation that local businesses depend upon. In 2006, the Chamber/Bureau hosted 143 journalists in Park City through 52 separate inbound press trips, resulting in the publication of more than 1,000 articles about Park City and our incredible offerings as a mountain resort destination.
One such article recently featured on ABC’s Good Morning America Web site, entitled "A Tale of Two Park Cities If You’re Rolling in Cash or On a Budget There’s a Park City Right for You," demonstrates Park City’s varied product.
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Bruce Erickson, the planning director at City Hall, has died, the municipal government said. Erickson was involved at some level in nearly all the major decisions regarding growth and development in Park City since the early 1990s.