Business briefs, Nov. 26-29
November 25, 2016
Chamber/Bureau kicks off winter with expo
The Park City Chamber/Bureau is ushering in ski season with its Winter Kickoff and Mixer and Expo. The event, which is open to the public, allows residents and those in the hospitality industry to learn about Park City's winter offerings. According to the Chamber/Bureau website, visitparkcity.com, more than 300 people are expected to attend, and the deadline for businesses to register is Monday, Nov. 28. The expo is set for Dec. 1, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Legacy Lodge at Park City Mountain Resort.
Nonprofit Connect to hold community event
Connect, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness about mental health issues in Summit County, is set to host a community seminar focused on maintaining peace of mind through the holiday season. According to a press release, the holidays can be a time of stress, grief, loneliness and anxiety for many people. Others use drugs or alcohol to deal with stress from family interactions. The seminar aims to teach attendees strategies for dealing with this time of year. The event is scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 7, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Park City Community Church. For more information, visit connectsummitcounty.org.
Price Index drops slightly in October
The Zions Bank Wasatch Front Consumer Price Index fell 0.2 percent in October on a non-seasonally adjusted basis. According to a press release, the index has grown 1.2 percent since the same time in 2015. The decline was fueled by falling prices in several product categories, but Scott Anderson, CEO of Zions Bank, said Utah's economy remains strong, as evidenced by the number of people who traveled for Thanksgiving. "Consumers are taking advantage of relatively low transportation prices and signaling their confidence in their personal financial situations as well as the overall economy," he said in the release.
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