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Business briefs, Oct. 18-21, 2014

Kimball Junction Boo Bash

The Kimball Junction Business Association is looking for volunteers to work its Boo Bash event Saturday, Oct. 25. According to a newsletter, volunteers can sign up for a shift in two timeslots: 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. The business association has teamed up with Basin Recreation and Park City Moms to put on the Boo Bash, which is open to the public and will feature pony rides, face painting and pumpkin decorating, among other activities. The event is set to take place at the Newpark Amphitheater, from noon to 3 p.m. Following the event, participants can go to member businesses of the association for trick-or-treating. Those wanting to volunteer are asked to contact Leah at admin@kimballjunction.org .

Tanger Outlets trick-or-treat

Tanger Outlets is inviting kids to come to its Trick-or-Treating with Tangeroo event Saturday, Oct. 25. According to the Tanger Outlets’ website, tangeroutlet.com, the event is a safe option for trick-or-treating. The first 500 kids ages 12 and under will receive a bag filled with treats. Their parents will get "bounce-back" coupons and a voucher for a coupon book. The event is set to run from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Ski bookings starting strong

Ski resort bookings in the Rocky Mountain area are off to a strong start for the upcoming winter, according to DestiMetrics, a Denver-based company that tracks mountain bookings in the region. A press release states that bookings from November through March are showing a 7.4 increase over last year in the six states DestiMetrics tracks, including Utah. Ralf Garrison, director of DestiMetrics, said in the release that the trend has a good chance to continue, but several economic variables could slow bookings in the coming months.


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