Business briefs, July 25-28
Jafflz Express opens in Old Town
Jafflz, a restaurant that serves pocket sandwiches stuffed with food, called jaffles, has opened an express location at the Kimball Art Center at the corner of Heber Avenue and Park Avenue. According to a press release, the Jafflz Express will allow give customers a gourmet grab-and-go option near Main Street. The original Jafflz, which opened earlier this year, is located at 7182 N. Silver Creek Road. "Old Town Park City offers a wonderful array of dining options. Providing global convenient cuisine is a great addition to the area," said Chef Meryl van der Merwe, in the release. "We’ve received wonderful support from the community and out-of-town visitors and look forward to bringing Jafflz Express to Old Town."
Business center celebrates 20th year
Gateway Office Business Center, at the corner of Heber Avenue and Swede Alley, is celebrating its 20th year. According to a press release, the center has been an integral part of the Old Town business community and has helped several tenants establish themselves in the community over the years. For more information, visit gatewaybusinesscenter.com.
Community Foundation of Utah earns milestone
The Community Foundation of Utah has established its 200th philanthropic fund. According to a press release, the foundation is a Salt Lake City-based organization that serves as a catalyst for philanthropy throughout the state. "Since (it was) founded, the Community Foundation and its fund holders have impacted the lives of thousands through personalized and innovative philanthropic opportunities," said founder Alex Eaton. "The establishment of the 200th fund is yet another milestone to celebrate those who are changing the world through philanthropy." For more information, visit utahcf.org.
Ashley Battersby is introducing Coalville to yoga through her new studio, State of Mind.