Business Briefs: 11/9 to 11/12
November 8, 2013
The Park City Chamber/Bureau has arranged a small, "hands on" workshop for its members on Thursday, Nov. 14, from 10:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. According to a press release, the topic is how businesses can effectively create and use Facebook pages for their benefit.
It is a "lunch and learn" workshop, limited to six members. Attendees are asked to bring their lunch and laptop computers for individual training. The workshop is being offered to members for $55 per person. For more information or to register, call 435-201-8610.
Jamaican Bobsled team in need of housing
The Utah Olympic Park is hosting the FIBT North American Cup Races (NAC) from Nov. 17-27 and the FIBT World Cup from Dec. 2-7. The Jamaican Bobsled Team, made famous by the Disney film "Cool Runnings," is attempting to qualify for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia.
According to a press release from the Chamber/Bureau, the team is scheduled to arrive on Sunday, Nov. 17, and depart Thursday, Nov. 28. The six male Jamaican bobsledders are seeking housing in a hotel, condominium or private home. For more information or to volunteer, contact Paul Skog at firstname.lastname@example.org, 307-789-1123 or 307-799-7368.
"Business Elevated" celebrates surpassing goal
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"Business Elevated," the Park City chapter of Business Networking International (BNI), invites the public to celebrate with them for passing over a million dollars of referred business the past fiscal year, according to member Holly Flanders.
The meeting will be Thursday, Nov. 14, from 7:45 until 9:45 a.m. at the Hotel Park City. All Park City residents are invited to join. For more information, contact Holly Flanders at 435-901-2561.
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