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March 28, 2014
Kimball Art Center welcomes Publik
Publik. Coffee Roasters is now open at the Kimball Art Center at 638 Park Ave. on Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. The coffee beans are roasted locally in Salt Lake City.
According to a press release, the shop is named Publik, because it means "community" in Dutch. Its signature espresso blend is called C9, after the Central 9th District, and it is a three-bean blend with beans from Brazil, Ethiopia and El Salvador. For more information, visit http://www.publikcoffee.com.
Stein Eriksen names Associate Director of Sales
Dave Roberts, a speech communications graduate of North Dakota State University, was named the Stein Eriksen Lodge’s new associate director of group sales. According to a press release from the Stein Eriksen Lodge, Roberts brings more than 16 years of sales experience in the hospitality industry to Park City’s Forbes Five Star and AAA Five Diamond property.
Previously, Roberts was the director of business development for Carver Hotels Group, and his sales and marketing background includes Hegg Companies, Rosewood Hotels and Resorts and Westin Hotels and Resorts. For more information, contact John Perry at 435-659-6197 or email@example.com.
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High West Distillery and Saloon announced Thursday it will donate 10 percent of the profits made by its American Prairie Reserve Bourbon to its namesake project on the Great Plains of northeastern Montana. The American Prairie Reserve, currently under construction, will measure about 5,000 square miles when complete.
According to a press release from High West, the Bourbon bottle labels features different endangered species, including the Greater Sage Grouse. The next edition will feature a pronghorn antelope, whose population has decreased 98 percent since the 1800s. It will be painted by Montana artist Diane Whitehead.
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