Business Briefs for Wednesday, June 28
Coherent with its strategy to become the leading player in all segments of mountain sports, and following the recent opening of the Mountain Center in Park City, the Rossignol Group announced the restructuring of its United States organization. The restructuring will focus on the development of the organization’s business units and will capitalize on a new, collaborative organization supporting all of its brands.
Effective June 1, Francois Goulet, president of the Rossignol Group N.A., announced the following nominations: Jim Hunter, named vice president of operations and CFO for the Rossignol Group N.A., responsible for operations and customer relations supporting all business units of the Mountain Center; Ron Steele, named vice president of sales and marketing for Rossignol alpine and Nordic hard goods; Mike Kilchenstein, named vice president of sales and marketing for Roxy alpine; Dennis Gaspari, named vice president of sales and marketing for Dynastar-Lange; Steve Dudley, named vice president of communications and Sports Marketing.
Vendor space available at State Fair
The Utah State Fair has a limited number of booth spaces remaining for commercial vendors. The State Fair runs from Sept. 7 to 17. Application forms are available online at http://www.utahstatefair.com. Questions may be directed to the rental services department at (801) 538-8447.
State Farm insurance agent earns awards
Bryan R. Daybell, President of the Bryan R. Daybell Insurance Agency, Inc., in Summit, Wasatch and Salt Lake Counties, recently earned multiple honors from State Farm Insurance and the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors for outstanding sales production during 2005.
Daybell qualified for State Farm’s Chairmen’s Circle Award, State Farm’s Ambassador for Life Award and State Farm’s Great Western Zone Vice President’s Cabinet.
He also qualified for the NAIFA National Quality Award and National Multiline Sales Award.
Bryan Daybell has been an agent for State Farm Insurance since February, 1973. His office is located at 1960 Sidewinder drive, Suite 105 in Park City.
Last Wednesday, The Park Record incorrectly published that Deer Valley representatives are welcoming skiers and snowboarders for the 2006-07 season; however, Deer Valley is, and will remain, a ski-only resort. The Park Record apologizes for the mistake.
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