Business briefs, March 7-10
March 7, 2015
Chamber/Bureau to offer workshop
The Park City Chamber/Bureau will hold a workshop for members on how to build a company brand. According to a Chamber/Bureau newsletter, Lutisha Merrill, a branding expert with 360 Touch, will speak at the workshop, which will cover information such as how to familiarize customers with a company’s brand and how to make a brand stick out. The event will be held March 24, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., at 1889 Prospector Ave. Space is limited, and those attending are asked to RSVP to Laramie Simmons at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Stein Eriksen Lodge earns honor
Stein Eriksen Lodge has received the prestigious Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Award. According to a press release from the lodge, it is the eighth consecutive year it has earned the honor. "The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Award is the global benchmark for luxury travel," said Russ Olsen, CEO of Stein Eriksen Lodge, in the release. "The Lodge is dedicated to meeting and exceeding the 500 criteria points used to qualify for such an esteemed accolade. Doing so demonstrates our staff’s unyielding devotion to creating exceptional travel experiences for all our guests, many of whom are among world’s most discerning travelers."
Toastmasters club starts in Heber
A new Toastmasters International club in Heber will hold an informational meeting for people interested in joining. According to an email from the club, the meeting will be held March 12 at noon, at Ambank, 620 W. 100 S., in Heber. Toastmasters International is a non-profit organization that "teaches public speaking and leadership skills through a worldwide network of clubs." The club is scheduled to meet every other Thursday, beginning March 26.
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