Business briefs, May 30-June 2 |

Business briefs, May 30-June 2

San Francisco Design honored

San Francisco Design, a Salt Lake City-based home furnishings retailer with a store in Park City, has been named a Retail Star by the prestigious trade magazine Home Accents Today. According to a press release, the annual Retail Stars list recognizes stores that are "creative in their merchandising, have a positive presence in their local communities and are distinguishing themselves from the competition." Susan Dickenson, retail editor for the magazine, said in the release that San Francisco Design does it all well: "Their furnishings are primarily contemporary, yet they also offer a gallery of casual and rustic furniture, as well as a selection of furnishings tailored for Utah’s mountain living."

Surefoot releases new insole

Surefoot, a Park City-based manufacturer of athletic footwear, has released a new brand of "over-the-counter" running insoles that will be sold in specialty sports and running stores. According to a press release, the brand is called Conforma and is the result of Surefoot’s three decades worth of experience designing footwear. "Most insoles on the market are made of layered materials that have virtually no flexibility," said Bob Shay, CEO and founder of Surefoot, in the release. "But Conforma uses lightweight materials that move the foot through the entire gait while providing critical cushioning and maintaining neutral support."

Riverhorse to hold fundraiser for local family

Riverhorse on Main is holding a wig party and fundraiser Sunday, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. for Park City residents Cynthia Hart and her daughter, Mary. According to a press release, Cynthia’s husband James died in October, and she was recently diagnosed with Stage 3 cancer. Money raised at the event will help with Cynthia’s medical cost and go toward cancer research. Tickets can be purchased at the door and at .