Business briefs for Wednesday, Jan. 3
January 3, 2007
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.
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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.