Business Briefs: 12/18 to 12/21
December 21, 2013
RAMP Sports wins awards and recognitions
Park City-based RAMP Sports has announced it has earned recognition from several publications for the 2013-14 winter season. According to a press release, they have won seven awards for their ski equipment, apparel and accessories.
Men’s Journal selected the Groundhog ski as one of the top skis of the year for groomers and bumps, SKIING Magazine designated the Woodpecker as an Official Selection in its annual ski test and RAMP’s Kapow, Groundhog and Chickadee skis were chosen as Freeskiers Editor’s Picks. For more information and a list of awards, visit http://www.RAMPSports.com.
PCMR celebrates 50 years in Park City
Park City Mountain Resort’s 50th anniversary is Saturday, Dec. 21, and the resort has planned a day-long celebration with a ribbon-cutting ceremony accompanied by special remarks, giveaways and live music. According to a press release, Robert Randolph and the Family Band will put on a free concert followed by a fireworks display.
The festivities begin at the resort at 8:45 a.m. and the fireworks display tops off the events from 5:15-5:30 p.m. For more information, visit http://www.parkcitymountain.com/events/.
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Economic Forecast Luncheon date set
The Park City Chamber/Bureau has scheduled a date for its annual Economic Forecast Luncheon for the local business community. It is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2013 from 11 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. at the Park City Marriott Hotel located at 1895 Sidewinder Dr.
A. Scott Anderson, president and chief executive officer for Zions Bank, will give the keynote address. For more information, contact the Park City Chamber/Bureau at 658-9620.
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