Business briefs, Oct. 4-7, 2014
Stein Eriksen Lodge honored
Stein Eriksen Lodge has been named a Top Family Resort by Andrew Harper’s Hideaway Report, a monthly publication for travelers. According to a press release, the lodge was ranked No. 15 on a reader survey that included 132 hotels.
"Hideaway Report is targeted to an exclusive list of travelers who typically vacation an average of 38 days a year," said Russ Olsen, CEO of Stein Eriksen Lodge, in the release. "Its reader base are among the most discerning, who greatly value the input Andrew Harper gives on destinations. We are pleased the publication’s readers recognized us as a Top Family Resort and value the effort we place on catering to all ages."
Tanger Outlets Think Pink
Tanger Outlets is hosting its 21st annual PinkSTYLE campaign, in which it invites its customers to "think pink" in support of finding a cure for breast cancer. According to a press release, customers can purchase "pink cards" that give them discounts at participating stores throughout the campaign, which is going currently and ends Oct. 25. Money raised from the pink cards will go to the American Cancer Society, Great West Division and The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Chamber/Bureau job fair
The Park City Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau is hosting a job fair on Oct. 14. According to the Chamber/Bureau’s website, the event will take place at the Park City Marriott, with full-time, part-time, seasonal and year-round positions available. Those attending are encouraged to bring a resume, as employers will be conducting interviews on-site.
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