Business Briefs: 9/28/13
September 27, 2013
Ski Butlers enters 10th season
According to a press release from Ski Butlers, it will be celebrating its 10th season this winter. Founded in Park City in 2004, Ski Butlers has grown to 10 locations, serving over 35 North American ski resorts.
Ski Butlers was founded by Bryn Carey and caters to visiting skiers and snowboarders by renting equipment like skis, snowboards, ski helmets and accessories. For more information on how to rent for the upcoming winter season, visit http://www.skibutlers.com or call 877-754-7754.
First-ever Park City Dine-Around
According to a press release, the Park City Area Restaurant Association will launch its first-ever "Dine-Around" next week. It is a week-long extravaganza from Oct. 3 to 13 featuring three-course dinner from favorite area restaurants, all for just $15 or $30 per person, no coupons required.
Simply ask servers for the "Dine-About" menu at restaurants like 501 on Main, Red Rock Junction, Chimayo, Squatters Roadhouse Grill or Sushi Blue. For a list of the rest of the restaurants, visit http://www.parkcityrestaurants.com/whats-fresh/park-city-dine-about.
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Free Webinar on career management
The University of Utah Alumni Association announced the beginning of the 2013-14 season of its online speaker series with a free one-hour webinar on career management with expert Peter Weddle. Weddle is the author or editor of more than two dozen career books and described by The Washington Post as "a man filled with ingenious ideas."
Participation in the "online seminar" is available via computer or smart device on Wednesday, Oct. 2, at 6 p.m. For more information about this live webinar, visit http://www.ulink.utah.edu or contact the Alumni Association at 801-581-6995.
A Local Table partners with Ellie’s
According to a press release, Park City-based gourmet food retailer A Local Table has partnered with Ellie’s, a custom cooking and catering company. They will be sharing a kitchen off Bonanza Drive, and those that use Ellie’s to cater events will receive the "best locally grown or raised foods" from A Local Table.
A Local Table works with local organizations such as Slow Food Park City to find one-of-a-kind food items from local food producers and advocate on behalf of those same farmer and producers. Ellie’s serves and caters fresh, simple food, prepared daily. For more information, contact A Local Table at 435-214-2054 or Ellie’s at 435-602-2734.
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