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El Chubasco to open a second location
El Chubasco, a Mexican food restaurant in Park City, has announced it will open a second location this winter. According to a press release, the new restaurant, dubbed El Chubasco To Go, will be located at 1890 Bonanza Drive, in the same shopping center as the original location and will feature take-out and catering. Among other changes, an online system and mobile app will debut at the new location, allowing patrons to place an order to be picked up at a certain time. "We want to offer loyal locals and visitors alike a top-notch experience, no matter what their dining needs may be," said owner Jeff Schwartz in the release.
Chamber/Bureau to hold social media workshop
The Park City Chamber/Bureau is set to offer a workshop focusing on social media for its members. According to the Chamber/Bureau’s website, visitparkcity.com, a social media marketing expert will discuss the major social media websites, which are best for various businesses and how to best use them. The workshop, which has no cost, will be held Oct. 14, from 11:15 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. at Red Rock Junction. Attendees are asked to RSVP to Laramie Simmons at firstname.lastname@example.org or 435-645-9511.
Medical center earns recognition
Park City Medical Center is one of 10 winners in Utah of a 2015 HealthInsight Quality Award from HealthInsight, a non-profit health care collaborative. The award’s recipients were chosen for their high-quality health care. "We are pleased to recognize these outstanding hospitals that continue to improve their quality of care year after year," said Juliana Preston, executive director of HealthInsight Utah, in the release. "Continuing to include patients’ perception of care in the award criteria allows us to reward a more complete picture of ‘quality’ health care at large and small hospitals throughout the state."
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