Business briefs, April 9-12 | ParkRecord.com

Business briefs, April 9-12

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Chamber/Bureau offers videos to members

The Park City Chamber/Bureau has announced that its members will have access to an exclusive library of instructional business videos. According to a newsletter, access to the library is included in the cost of membership. The library features more than 450 half-hour, how-to videos, covering topics ranging from sales to women’s business issues. Members, and their employees, can access the videos through computers and mobile devices. All members should have received an email with information about how to log in and access the videos, but for assistance, contact Ryan Cray, the Chamber/Bureau’s member services manager, at ryan@visitparkcity.com .

Parkite selected for women’s leadership program

Donna McAleer, a Park City resident, has been chosen to participate in the Impact Center’s 2015 Women’s Executive Leadership Program. According to a press release, the program, which invites 25 women from across the country, "is designed to accelerate growth for women leaders in critical junctures in their careers." Sonja Neiger, director of the Women’s Leadership Institute, said in the press release that the women chosen for the program are standouts in their respective fields: "All of these women have had impressive results in their careers. Our objective this year is to empower and equip them to take the next step toward realizing their full potential and making a positive impact on our society."

Pilates business hosts client appreciation event

Range Pilates, a studio at 2064 Prospector Ave., is set to host a free event for the public April 18 at 6:30 p.m. According to a press release, the event will feature local chiropractor Vincent Tho Truong offering demonstrations and treatments, as well as acupuncturist Maile McKain and Tracy Powers, owner of Range Pilates, discussing the power of combining acupuncture and Pilates. Beverages and food will be served. For more information, visit rangeparkcity.com.


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