Business briefs, August 6-9
Big-D Construction begins work on development
Big-D Construction, which has an office in Kimball Junction, recently completed the first of 18 planned cabins at Victory Ranch in Kamas. According to a press release, the Victory Ranch resort includes two lodges, a golf course, pools and private access to the Provo River for fly fishing. “Victory Ranch is truly building a unique property that combines the best of the outdoor experience in Utah with a high quality standard of living in an amazing location along the Provo River. We look forward to bringing a combination of our large project capability with the high-end finishes of our Signature group,” said Mike Kerby, vice president of Big-D’s Park City office, in the release.
Resident donates home for Image Reborn Foundation
An anonymous Park City resident has donated the use of his home for a weekend getaway for breast cancer survivors. According to a press release, breast cancer survivors from Florida, California and Utah were set to gather at the home from August 5-8. Image Reborn Foundation, a non-profit group that organizes retreats for survivors of breast cancer or women battling the disease, put on the event. The women were set to be treated to a weekend of pampering and relaxation. For more information on Image Reborn, visit its website at imagerebornfoundation.org.
Antiques Roadshow set to visit Salt Lake
Antiques Roadshow, a KUED television show in which participants bring items to get appraised, will be in Salt Lake City August 13. According to a press release, around 5,000 people will receive free valuations of their antiques. Guests may bring two items for appraisal. The show most recently visited Salt Lake in 2006. Admission to the show is free, but tickets must be procured before the show. For more information, visit pbs.org.
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