Business Briefs March 10 to March 13 |

Business Briefs March 10 to March 13

Small business coach offers workshop in Park City

Small business coach Lisa Cook of the Park City-based Lisa Cook International will lead an entrepreneurial workshop, "Serving! Selling! Sizzling!" on Thursday, March 15 from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Temple Har Shalom in Park City. The workshop is designed for entrepreneurs who seek to take their businesses to the next level, create more profits and become sizzling salespersons. The workshop will allow attendees to gain tips, tools and ideas to enjoy a higher degree of success. Lunch and giveaways are included in the $69 fee, and there will be ample opportunity to meet and connect with like-minded entrepreneurs. Temple Har Shalom is located at 3700 North Brookside Court off State Road 224 in Park City. For more info and to register for Serving! Selling! Sizzling! visit For background on Lisa Cook International, visit

Park City Cocktail Contest to return April 4th

On Wednesday, April 4, the Park City Area Restaurant Association will host its semiannual "Park City Cocktail Contest," a fundraiser for the People’s Health Clinic. Sixteen of the area’s best mixologists will square-off at Cisero’s Ristorante and Good Times Bar on Main Street, competing to concoct a drink that will be crowned Park City’s "Signature Cocktail" for spring and summer 2012. Submissions are being accepted through Monday, March 27th. The winning mixologist will receive a $100 cash prize and a trophy. The drink will also be made available for purchase after the event, and it will appear on drink menus throughout Park City during the spring and summer. Contest entry is limited to PCARA member organizations only. If you are not a member and want to join, membership applications can be found on the PCARA website

New director of Mountain Operations named at PCMR

Park City Mountain Resort announced this week that Brian Suhadolc, a 20-year veteran at the Utah ski and snowboard resort, has been promoted to Director of Mountain and Base Operations, effective immediately. In his new position, Suhadolc will oversee the day-to-day operations of the Resort including slope maintenance, lift operations, lift maintenance, vehicle maintenance, buildings, mountain patrol, terrain parks and race departments. Suhadolc replaces Brent Giles, a 33-year veteran of Park City Mountain Resort. Giles has been named Chief Sustainability Officer at Powdr Corp, the parent company of Park City Mountain Resort.

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