Business Briefs: 2/23 to 2/26
February 21, 2014
Chamber/Bureau Educational Workshop
The Park City Chamber/Bureau invites members to the fifth in a series of educational workshops. Nico Walker with the U.S. Secret Service will speak about credit card and check fraud as well as how to identify counterfeit currency.
Local law enforcement will also present information on the issue of shoplifting. Space is limited to 35 attendees and is complimentary for Chamber/Bureau members. For more information or to RSVP, contact Laramie Simmons at 435-655-8830 or email@example.com.
Local restaurants earn SLM awards
Salt Lake Magazine has announced its 2014 Dining Award winners chosen by a panel as well as 2014 Dining Award Readers’ Choice winners, which will be showcased in the March/April issue of the magazine.
Silver Star Café was named Best Restaurant in the Park City area by readers while J&G Grill was named Best Restaurant by the magazine’s panel. Readers also decided that Silver Star Café served the Best Lunch and Best Desserts. Both full lists can be viewed at http://www.saltlakemagazine.com.
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Chamber/Bureau Tuesday Webinar
Park City Chamber/Bureau member Sharon Starika is a local movement educator and Feldenkrais practitioner. Feldenkrais is a method of "somatic education," which involves learning to move the body in ways that help one to think and feel.
Starika will help identify factors that cause back pain and how to adjust the way to move, relieve and prevent the pain. The webinar will be held Tuesday, Feb. 25, from 9 a.m. until 9:30 a.m. to reserve a webinar seat, visit www3.gotomeeting.com/register/484689214.
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