Business briefs, Nov. 11-14
November 11, 2016
St. Regis Deer Valley earns prestigious honor
St. Regis Deer Valley has earned a Five Diamond award from the American Automobile Association for the second straight year. According to a press release, fewer than 0.4 percent of the 28,000 hotels the association evaluates receive the designation. "We are deeply grateful to be recognized for the second year in a row with one of the highest accolades in the hospitality industry, which is synonymous with the exceptional level of quality we work to achieve in every aspect of our guest experience," Edward Shapard, general manager of St. Regis, said in the release.
Business association to hold member meeting
The Kimball Junction Business Association is holding a meeting for members to elect the organization's board of trustees. According to the organization's newsletter, the meeting is set for Wednesday, Nov. 16, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Newpark Resort and Hotel. Members will also have a chance to discuss local events, projects, and business news at the event. Lunch from Vessel Kitchen will be provided. Attendees are asked to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, Nov. 14.
New dermatologist comes to Park City
Dermatologist Kevin Gardner is joining the Intermountain Medical Group and will be serving patients in Park City. According to a press release, Gardner specializes in Mohs surgery, a procedure for skin cancer removal. He is a graduate of Brigham Young University and the medical school at Midwestern University. "I am excited to be able to offer full-time dermatology and particularly micrographic surgery to people in the Wasatch Back," Gardner said in the release. "I have always wanted to live in this area and when the opportunity presented itself to be up here full-time, I jumped at it."
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