Business briefs for Wednesday, Sept. 13
For those who joined the Park City Chamber/Bureau within the last year and haven’t attended one of the quarterly new member orientation breakfasts, the next one will be held at 8:30-10 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 3 at Hotel Park City. Please RSVP for yourself and up to one other co-worker by Sept. 25.
There is no charge for the breakfast, as the Chamber/Bureau would like to offer a small token of thanks to those with new memberships. There will be an orientation presentation for part of the 90-minute breakfast, as well as time for participants to introduce their business to others present. Generally, there are about 25-30 people in attendance. Brochures and business cards to hand out are welcome.
If interested, RSVP to Kristin Carpenter at (435) 658-9602 or e-mail at email@example.com.
Coldwell Banker adds to its sales team
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage has announced the addition of Janet Margulies, Yuliya Subbotina, and Stephen Zusy to its Park City sales team. Margulies is a recent graduate of The Real Estate School, which is managed by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. Subbotina and Zusy are recent graduates of Stringham Real Estate School.
Blue Boar Inn to serve Oktoberfest menu
The Blue Boar Inn and Restaurant will feature its Oktoberfest menu with daily German specials, including weiner schnitzel, bratwurst and sauerbraten throughout the month of October.
The Oktoberfest menu includes weiner schnitzel, which features thinly pounded veal scallopini sautéed with capers and lemon, served with potato pancakes, red cabbage and a fried egg; marzenbier bratwurst, braised in dark German beer and grilled over applewood, served with sauerkraut and hot German potato salad; and rheinischer sauerbraten, which is Rhineland-style braised beef served with red cabbage, potato pancakes and apple sauce.
Zermatt Resort to host grand opening
Zermatt Resort and spa will host its grand opening at 784 West Resort Drive in Midway on Sept. 13 at 11 a.m. The official ribbon cutting ceremony will include comments from key dignitaries, including Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr., and feature performances by alpenhorns and a master yodeler.
Visual elements of the resort include detailed European architecture, design and art elements, from hand-painted murals to stained glass to wood carvings, a carousel reminiscent of those found in European villages, a bakery serving fresh pastries and gelato, a life-size chess board, and more.
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