Business Briefs: 11/23 to 11/26 |

Business Briefs: 11/23 to 11/26


Winter Rendezvous Expo & Mixer

The Park City Chamber/Bureau will host its annual Winter Rendezvous & Expo Mixer on Wednesday, Dec. 4, from 5 p.m. until 7:30 p.m at Park City Mountain Resort’s Legacy Lodge. They invite the public to help kick off the winter season and get to know local businesses and fellow Parkites to learn what is new this season with winter activities and entertainment.

No RSVP is required, and employees, family and friends are welcome. For more information, visit or call 435-649-6100.

Holiday workshop for Womanaid

Signature Redesign, LLC will host an event supporting the Wasatch Womanaid which benefits The Peace House, The Children’s Justice Center and Victim’s Assistance Program. According to a press release, the event will be called "Secrets of a Decorator: Your Stress-Free Holiday Guide."

They event will host opportunities to shop, learn holiday decorating tips, new holiday recipes and present-wrapping tips. The event is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 23, from 9:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. at 9180 Upper Lando Lane. For more information, contact Sandra Racz at 435-901-1205 or or contact Linda Burt at 801-699-8121 or

LCA receives $20 million investment

The Park City-based Lease Corporation of America announced that it received a $20 million investment commitment from Virgo Investment Group on Nov. 15. According to a press release, the transaction will refinance current indebtedness, allow partial liquidity to select existing shareholders and provide growth capital.

LCA is a full-service financing company specializing in technology and industrial equipment financing. Virgo is a private investment firm that focuses on opportunistic credit and shared-control, structured equity investments. For more information, visit or

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