The Association for Corporate Growth Utah continues its 2005/2006 breakfast series with guest speaker Jonathan Coon, Chairman and CEO of 1-800 CONTACTS, which was selected as one of Utah’s 2005 best places to work. The breakfast meeting will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 8 at the Little America Hotel in Salt Lake City from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Members can attend for free. Seats cost $25 for the first two attendances and $40 for each subsequent attendance. ACG Utah’s 2005-2006 monthly breakfast series focuses on "The Best Ways To Grow" your business. ACG Utah is recognized as one of the fastest growing chapters nationally and is comprised of business professionals, private equity and established mid-market companies with revenues between $5 and $100 million that are interested in more effectively accelerating the growth and profitability of their companies. For more information visit http://www.acg.com or call (801) 984-6650. Liquor stores open during election State liquor stores will be open on Tuesday during the city election because the state only mandates bans on the sale of liquor during federal and state elections. Resort Center Merchants Association to meet On Wednesday, Nov. 9 the Park City Mountain Resort Team Building will be held on the second floor conference room at 2 p.m. (a rescheduled time). There will be an upcoming winter events/resort report, executive committee report/financial report, Park City Chamber of Commerce report, a lodging report and a new business report. Techno Manners Seminar in Salt Lake Elite Business Communications Techno Manners for Today s Professional seminar will be held on Thursday, Nov. 10 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Davinci Sugarhouse, LLC, located at 2150 South 1300 East, Suite 500. The seminar costs $50 per person and group rates are available. Elite Business Communications Techno Manners for Today s Professional seminar topics include using the telephone to your best advantage, savvy cellular usage and e-mail for the true profession. Lorie Gonzales and Ellen Reddick, founders of Elite Business Communications, will provide an in-depth understanding of how professionals uses today s technology to enhance their professional image and increase their competitive advantage Register at http://www.elitebusinesscommunications.com.
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Park City school board now has the power to pursue facilities projects without voter approval but says bond measure is still ahead
The Park City Board of Education can now bond for projects without voter approval, but the board president says the plan for large-scale facility projects is still to put the question to voters in 2021.