Business briefs for Wednesday, Nov. 29
Park City Municipal and the Park City Chamber/Bureau are hosting Familiarization, more commonly known as "FAM" tours, today from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. starting from the Marsac City Hall council chambers. FAM tours are highly recommended for recent hires, newcomers to Park City and front-line personnel. Participants may choose ONE of the two available days, which will be identical in format.
There is a $20 registration fee to cover lunch, snacks and materials. Space is limited to 60 participants per day. Please call (435) 658-9619 or e-mail Barbara@parkcityinfo.com to reserve your spot.
Benefit Day to help Park City Historical Society
This year’s benefactor of Park City Mountain Resort’s annual Benefit Day is the Park City Historical Society. Benefit Day is Friday, Dec. 15, and lift tickets are on sale now for just $20.
Tickets may be purchased at the Main Street Museum located at 518 Main Street. Orders may also be made over the phone to (435) 649-7457 and, for just $2 more, the Historical Society will mail the ticket(s). Tickets are good for Dec. 15 only, and must be purchased by Dec. 14. There is no limit to the number of tickets that may be purchased per person.
Legacy Christmas Wish program underway
The program, which runs up until Christmas, aims to help families throughout Utah with particular attention to Summit County who have fallen on hard times this year. The dealership group aims to grant at least 150 families throughout Utah.
Legacy Chrysler Jeep Dodge is calling for community members to nominate families, friends and neighbors they know who will be struggling to provide Christmas for their family this year.
Nominations can be made by going to http://www.legacyauto.com and clicking on the Christmas Wish logo. Then they can e-mail, fax, mail or drop by their letters to Legacy Auto dealerships.
Legacy Christmas Wish Program is funded in full by Legacy Auto Group dealerships, namely Legacy Mazda and Legacy Ford Lincoln Mercury in Orem, Legacy Chrysler Jeep Dodge in Park City and Legacy Subaru Mitsubishi in St. George. The dealerships are spending $34,000 in cash to grant Christmas wishes this year plus over $50,000 in kind.
Legacy Auto Group team members host weekly meetings to read the Christmas Wish letters, shop for the families and go out to the nominees’ houses and make personal Christmas Wish deliveries.
Some Christmas Wish deliveries are made "on-air" with the help of Shawn Stevens and Todd and Erin through B98.7 which has translators in Summit County on 95.3 FM and 104.7 FM.
For more information regarding the Christmas Wish, visit http://www.legacyauto.com.
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