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Business briefs, Oct. 11

Stein Eriksen Lodge luxury package

Stein Eriksen Lodge has announced a "legendary throwback" package that gives guests lodging, as well as ski equipment modeled after equipment used by the lodge’s namesake, Stein Eriksen, a pioneer of the sport. According to a news release, the package will include lodging, as well as vintage-looking skis, poles, gloves, goggles and a hat, all made by local Utah companies, such as Park City-based RAMP Sports. The package starts at $1,595, but customers can choose a package without the lodging for $899. More details are available at steinlodge.com.

Allied Steel Buildings new office

Allied Steel Buildings has opened an office in the Snyderville Basin, which it says will bring a 50-percent increase in local business in 2015. According a press release, Allied Steel Buildings, which designs, engineers and fabricates buildings, selected the location due to its proximity to the Salt Lake City International Airport.

"We are looking forward to the convenience the expansion will add for our customers," said Benjamin Meister, Vice President of the western region for Allied Steel Buildings, in the release. "The new facility features consulting and design space where clients can discuss building details and features while working on actual renderings of their building project."

Park City Chamber/Bureau mixer

The Park City Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau is holding an after-hours mixer for members Oct. 23, at Aloha Ski and Snowboard. According to the Chamber/Bureau’s website, visitparkcity.com, the mixer is a chance to showcase member businesses and for members to network. Admission is free for members, who are asked to RSVP to Becca Gerber at becca@alohaskirentals.com or 435-649-8863.


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