Business briefs, June 17-20
June 16, 2017
Real estate firm hosts recycle event
Keller Williams Real Estate is set to host its inaugural Shred and Recycle Day for Park City area residents to get rid of personal files and old electronics they no longer need. According to a press release, participants will be able to dispose of a box of files for a $5 donation, or larger boxes for $10. Likewise, smaller electronics will cost $5 and larger ones will be $10. The proceeds will benefit the firm's philanthropic organization. The event is scheduled for June 24, from 9 a.m. to noon at the firm's office at 1750 Sun Peak Drive. More information is available at kwshredrecycleday.eventbrite.com.
IRS warns of a new phone scam
The Internal Revenue Service is warning citizens across the country to be aware of a scam in which fraudsters call and demand immediate payment through a prepaid card. According to a press release, the fraudsters claim to be from the IRS and claims that verified letters have been sent in the mail but have been returned as undeliverable. The victim is threatened with arrest and told not to contact their tax preparer or their local IRS office. "This is a new twist to an old scam," said IRS Commissioner John Koskinen. "Just because tax season is over, scams and schemes do not take the summer off. People should stay vigilant against IRS impersonation scams."
Chamber/Bureau to host after-hours mixer
The Park City Chamber/Bureau is scheduled to host an after-hours mixer June 20. According to the group's website, visitparkcity.com, the event will allow members to partake in complementary food and beverages while networking with others in the local business community. The mixer is scheduled from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Paint Mixer, 738 Main St. Prospective members are also invited to attend.
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