Business Briefs Chamber/ Bureau looking for community feedback
The Park City Chamber/ Bureau is reaching out to community members to fill out a recently developed survey in order to ensure the organization delivers programs and benefits that are meaningful for all of its members.
The 20-question survey is designed to take 5 10 minutes to complete, depending on the amount of comments you shared. Members who complete the survey will be entered into a drawing for complimentary admission to future Chamber/ Bureau events. The 2013 Member Survey is available at the following link, http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GXGQWHV/
American Cancer Society holds fundraising night
On April 9, the Paint Mixer and the American Cancer Society are holding "Hope Springs", a night of fun and learning how to paint at 6 p.m. The class will provide step-by-step instructions to re-creating a featured piece of art. The event cost is $75 per person and all proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society.
To reserve a spot, visit http://www.thepaintmixer.com
Mountain Travel Symposium
The 38th annual Mountain Travel Symposium is taking place all of next week in Snowmass, Colo.
The event brings more than 1,000 mountain travel professionals to one location. Those who attend make efforts to make contacts and locking down millions of dollars in business for the next ski season
With tourism identified as the third largest global industry and the winter sports industry in the U.S. estimated at $12.2 billion, the stakes are high for Park City resort staff that will be attending the event.
This year’s affair is bringing in leaders and visionaries from some of the most successful travel marketing companies in the U.S. to provide direction, insights, idea and measurement tools and techniques.
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