Business briefs, June 3-6: Goldener Hirsh takes Best of State honors
Goldener Hirsh wins Best of State Awards
The Goldener Hirsh Inn earned three honors at the recent Best of State Awards. According to a press release, the Park City property was named the “Best of the Best” overall dining establishment, and also nabbed recognition in the European Cuisine and Best Chef categories. “We are thrilled about this win!” said Hope Eccles, the inn’s president, in a press release. “That we won speaks to the friendliness and professionalism of our staff, who make every guest feel special, and also to all of our devoted patrons.”
Members can vote for Chamber/Bureau board
Elections are underway for the Park City Chamber/Bureau’s Board of Directors. According to a newsletter from the organization, 14 candidates are running for eight open seats on the board. Members were emailed instructions about how to vote, but can also submit paper ballots. Members are encouraged to review summaries of the candidates’ biographies before voting. The deadline to submit a ballot is Wednesday, June 14 at 5 p.m. Members who have questions about the voting process can contact Alison Kuhlow, vice president of member services for the Chamber/Bureau, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 435-658-9611.
Robo call complaints on the rise in Utah
Officials in Utah are seeing a rise in complaints from residents receiving automated telemarking calls. According to a press release from the Utah Department of Commerce’s Division of Consumer Protection, Utahns should file their home and cell phone numbers in the Do Not Call Registry at donotcall.gov so advertisers are held accountable when they call their numbers. “Telemarketers know persistence pays off and someone will eventually take the bait,” said Francine Giani, executive director of the Department of Commerce.” Bottom line? Don’t answer calls or texts from numbers you don’t recognize and make sure your home and cell numbers are entered in the Do Not Call Registry.”
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