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Business briefs, Feb. 7-10

Woman of the Year deadline

The deadline for nominations for the Park City Women’s Business Network’s Woman of the Year award is approaching. According to a newsletter, the organization is accepting nominations until Feb. 20. The award goes to a woman who inspires others and makes the community a better place, among other traits. The award, which will be presented in April, was created in the memory of Candy Erickson, a Park City councilwoman and PCWBN member who died in 2011. To nominate someone, visit pcwbn.org.

Housing organizations to hold seminar

Local housing organizations are banding together to hold Homeownership 101, a seminar that will educate on the roles and responsibilities of owning a home. According to a press release, organizations involved include: Mountainlands Community Housing Trust, Habitat for Humanity of Summit and Wasatch counties, Park City Municipal Corporation, the Park City Board of Realtors and Founders Title Company. Food will be provided at the seminar, which will be held Feb. 17, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., at the Park City Board of Realtors, at 1889 Prospector Ave. To register, e-mail laura@housinghelp.org . Spots are limited.

Deer Valley hires HR director

Deer Valley Resort has announced the hiring of Stacey Taylor as director of human resources. According to a press release, Taylor previously served as Payroll and Human Resources Front Desk Manager for Deer Valley Resort, where she "oversaw all matters related to payroll, the hiring process and distribution of benefits to staff." As director of human resources, she will have similar duties for the nearly 2,800 employees the resort hires annually. "Her knowledgeable background and passion for the resort and industry will be key in our continued success," said Bob Wheaton, president and general manager for Deer Valley Resort, in the release.


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