Business briefs, July 11-14
Dates changed for Outdoor Retailer
Organizers of Outdoor Retailer, a trade show held in Salt Lake City, have announced earlier dates for the 2016 Winter Market. According to a press release, the event is scheduled for January 6 through 10. The change moves the show earlier in participants’ winter sales cycle and also distances the event from Martin Luther King Jr. Day and the Sundance Film Festival. "We are always looking for ways to improve the value of the show to not only our attendees and exhibitors, but to the industry at large," said Marisa Nicholson, vice president and show director for Outdoor Retailer, in the release.
Auction to be held for 197 acres of land
Erkelens & Olson Auctioneers is auctioning a 197-acre piece of land in the Wolf Creek development on the east side of Heber. According to a press release, the auction is scheduled for July 16 at noon at the Wasatch County Justice Court, 1361 S. Highway 40. Prospective buyers can inspect the property by making a private appointment with Erkelsens & Olson Auctioneers. A $50,000 cashier’s check is required to register for the property, with closing on the land happening within 30 days of the auction. For more information, visit salesandauction.com.
Governor encourages emissions reduction
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert is asking residents to take part in July’s Clear the Air Challenge, designed to reduce vehicle emissions. According to a press release, the best ways to reduce emissions are to drive less and take alternative forms of transportation, such as carpooling, bicycling and public transit, when possible. Utahns reduced their driving by 1.9 million miles in last year’s challenge.
Ashley Battersby is introducing Coalville to yoga through her new studio, State of Mind.