Business Briefs for Feb. 9 through Feb. 15 |

Business Briefs for Feb. 9 through Feb. 15

PCYP Meeting

The Park City Young Professionals organization is scheduled to host its monthly meeting for members on Monday, Feb. 11 starting at 6 p.m. The meeting, dubbed "In the Hot Seat," will feature PCYP members who also are members of the Park City Chamber/Bureau on a business-owner panel. They will answer questions, including the highs and lows of being in business in the Park City area, according to the organization event invitation. The meeting will be held at the new Park City Chamber/Bureau’s Visitor Information Center located at 1794 Olympic Parkway. Complimentary hors d’oeurves and beverages provided by Medium Rare will be served.

PCWBN Meeting

The Park City Women’s Business Network is scheduled to host the February Breakfast Meeting

Tuesday, Feb. 12 from 7:30 to 9 a.m. for members at the Yarrow Hotel & Conference Center located on 1800 Park Avenue. The breakfast meeting will feature a panel of financial experts including Erica Wiley, a CPA of Niederhauser & Davis, Noah Levine, of the SVP Mogul Financial Group/UBS Financial Services and Rick Lindquist, the President of Zane Benefits. The cost of the continental breakfast is $5 for members and $10 for non-members.

Local Pork Producer to talk about "Leaner Pork"

The Utah Pork Producers Association is scheduled to speak at the Park City Sunrise Rotary Club meeting on Thursday, Feb. 21, at 7:15 a.m. Allison Fiscus of the Utah Pork Producers Association will "highlight how much leaner pork is today than it was 30 years ago and how increasing demand for pork has helped U.S. producers become leaders in the global food market place," according to a press release. The event will be hosted at the Jeremy Golf & Country Club located at 8770 Jeremy Road in Park City.

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