Business briefs, Nov. 22-25, 2014
November 21, 2014
"Being an American company and huge sports fans, we’re honored to work with such a legendary American organization as Major League Baseball," said Mike Kilchenstein, CEO of RAMP Sports, in the release. "I’ve been in Park City for nine years, but have never wavered in my support of the Red Sox. Now all baseball fans will be able to show off their teams while ripping on the best skis or snowboards on the hill today."
Utah’s economy continues to strengthen
Utah’s economy continues to grow more quickly than in most states, according to data released Friday. A press release from Governor Gary Herbert’s staff states that Utah’s private-sector job growth ranks third in the nation, at 3.7 percent. Utah also has the fourth-lowest unemployment rate, at 3.6 percent.
"Our economic growth has been impressive and steady with job growth in all sectors of our economy," Herbert said in the release. "It is a testament to our focus on cultivating an environment for business to succeed."
Chamber/Bureau to hold winter kick-off mixer
The Park City Chamber/Bureau is having its annual winter kick-off mixer and activities expo Dec. 4 at the Legacy Lodge at Park City Mountain Resort. According to the Chamber/Bureau’s newsletter, the event will go from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The event is open to the public and will allow people to learn about the winter activities available in town.
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