Business briefs, July 9-12
July 10, 2016
Chamber/Bureau readies for annual luncheon
The Park City Chamber/Bureau is gearing up for its annual summer meeting, which provides members with an update on the towns tourism performance and an outline of the organizations marketing plan for the upcoming year. According to the Chamber/Bureau’s website, visitparkcity.com, outgoing board members will be recognized at the event, and the Myles Rademan Spirit of Hospitality Award will be given to Greg Schirf, founder of Wasatch Brewery. The meeting is set for July 13, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., at the Park City Marriott. Go to the Chamber/Bureau’s website for more information or to register for the event. Tickets are $32 per person by July 12 and $50 on the day of the luncheon.
Women’s network to hold monthly meeting
The Park City Women’s Business Network is set to hold its monthly meeting. According to a newsletter, the meeting is set for July 12, from 6 to 8 p.m., at Orangetheory Fitness in Redstone. Attendees will be given a PCWBN passport card and are encouraged to visit the following stores, where they will receive a promotion: Alpine Apothecary, Wish, Wasatch Wool, Splendor, Joli and All About Socks. Those who visit the stores will receive a free entry into a raffle, as well. For more information, visit pcwbn.org.
Westgate Resort wins Best of State award
Westgate Park City Resort & Spa earned the Best of State Statue for hospitality, travel and tourism at the annual Best of State Awards. According to a press release, winners are chosen in 28 hospitality, travel and tourism categories, then the Best of State Statue is given to the one company that represents the best of all the businesses honored. For more information on the awards, visit bestofstate.org.
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