Business briefs, June 13-16
June 12, 2015
Parkite named managing director of company
Glen Mintz, a Park City resident who was a founding partner of Mogul Financial Group, a UBS Wealth Management Americas signature team, has been promoted to managing director of UBS Wealth Management Americas. According to a press release, Mintz was a senior managing director at Bear, Stearns and Co. Inc. and also worked for J.P. Morgan. Greg Golding and Noah Levine, co-founders of Mogul Financial Group, said in the release: "Recognition of this magnitude is an extremely big deal. We are proud of Glen and gratified to be able to offer a unique approach to wealth management."
Chamber/Bureau to hold annual meeting
Members of the Park City Chamber/Bureau are invited to attend its annual meeting July 15. According to a Chamber/Bureau newsletter, the tourism marketing plan for fiscal year 2015-2016 will be unveiled at the event, outgoing board members and officers will be recognized and Gary Cole and Jana Cole will be given the 2015 Myles Rademan Spirit of Hospitality Award. Tickets are $27 by July 1, $34 by July 14 and $45 on the day of the event. A table of 10 can be reserved for $250. The meeting will be held at the Park City Marriott, at 1895 Sidewinder Drive, and will go from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. To RSVP, call the Chamber/Bureau at 435-649-6100.
Gas prices still rising, but slower
Gas prices in Utah rose 11 cents in May after increasing 40 cents the prior month, according to a press release from AAA Utah. The average price for a gallon of gas in the state was $3.03, which is 55 cents lower than a year ago. Utah’s gas prices are the fourth highest among the lower 48 states.
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