Business briefs, June 20-23
June 19, 2015
Advice Media acquires company
Advice Media, a Park City-based healthcare marketing company, recently announced it has acquired MedNet Technologies. According to a press release, employees of MedNet Technologies, which designs and markets websites for healthcare professionals, will remain in their current offices in Melville, N.Y. Financial details of the deal were not released. "MedNet Technologies was one of the first companies in the world to provide digital services to medical practices," said Shawn Miele, CEO of Advice Media, in the release. "With 17 years of operating history, MedNet has built a tremendous team of talented people and services many marquee medical practices."
Red Tail Grill unveils new menu
The Red Tail grill at Canyons Resort is serving up a new menu. According to a press release, the menu is full of pub-style food, including offerings such as onion rings, bratwurst and beef tenderloin. The restaurant will also feature a cocktail menu. "Through market analysis and speaking with our guests, we focused on creating a new dining concept with innovative pub-style cuisine and expanded menus," said Christopher Moore, general manager of Red Tail Grill, in the release. "We are excited to introduce the next chapter at Red Tail Grill to locals and guests alike."
Chamber/Bureau to hold mixer in Oakley
The Park City Chamber/Bureau is scheduled to hold a mixer for members and their families July 1 before the Oakley Rodeo. According to the Chamber/Bureau website, visitparkcity.com, the event will feature barbecue, beer and live entertainment. The mixer will run from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the events barn of the Elk Meadows Senior Living Center, at 4200 N. 400 W. in Oakley. For more information, contact the Chamber/Bureau at 435-649-6100.
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