Business briefs, Oct. 29-Nov. 1
October 28, 2016
Business association to hold Halloween event
The Kimball Junction Business Association is set to hold its annual Boo Bash on Saturday, Oct. 29, from noon to 2 p.m. According to a newsletter, the Halloween-themed event will begin with a fun run hosted by Basin Recreation, then the event will move to the Newpark Theater, where families can participate in face painting, pumpkin painting and other Halloween activities. Participants will also be able to go to businesses in the area for trick-or-treating. For more information, visit kimballjunction.org.
PCMR to host hiring event for winter workers
Park City Mountain Resort is set to host a hiring event for people seeking a winter job at the resort. According to a press release, the job fair is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 5, from 2 to 5 p.m., at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Park City — The Yarrow. The resort is offering full-time and part-time positions in a number of areas, including lift operations, ski school, food and beverage, lodging and transportation. Candidates who are hired will be given a ski pass for the 2016-2017 season, or will be reimbursed if they've already bought a pass. Those unable to attend are encouraged to visit vailresortscareers.com.
Condé Nast Traveler recognizes Sundial Lodge
Sundial Lodge, at the Canyons Village base area at Park City Mountain Resort, has been named the 18th best hotel in the West, in the Condé Nast Traveler Reader's Choice Awards. According to a press release, the hotel was one of six properties owned by Vail Resorts that was listed in the rankings. "It's truly rewarding to hear that our guests felt so passionately about so many of our iconic properties that they wanted to share their experiences with the world. We're pleased to be recognized," James O'Donnell, senior vice president and COO for Vail Resorts hospitality and real estate, said in the release.
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