Business briefs, Oct. 8-11
Chamber/Bureau to host International Day
The Park City Chamber/Bureau is set to host International Day 2016, an event designed to teach members about how the organization brings international business to town. According to a press release, several industry experts will speak at the event about the trends in the global economy. The event, free for members, is scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 2, from 8:30 to 11 a.m., at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Park City — The Yarrow. “In addition to updating their employees on the ever-changing nuances of various international markets, members will learn what resources are available to help them conduct business successfully on a global scale,” said Bill Malone, president and CEO of the Chamber/Bureau, in the release. For more information, go to visitparkcity.com.
St. Regis donates to mental health research
A wine dinner at The St. Regis Deer Valley recently raised $5,000 for the International Mental Health Research Organization (IMHRO). According to a press release, the event also raised awareness for brain health issues and the importance of mental health research. “It’s fulfilling that many of our wine dinners and events support important causes that impact so many lives — like IMHRO’s work in mental illness, the Alzheimer’s Association, and even culture and arts programs like the Park City Institute and Kimball Arts Center,” said Ursula Hermacinski, wine ambassador for St.Regis, in the release.
Tanger Outlets rallies to fight breast cancer
Throughout October, the Tanger Outlets in Kimball Junction is hosting a “Tanger Pink Movement” to support efforts to find a cure for breast cancer. According to a press release, shoppers can receive a “pink card” from the shopper services center, which gives them discounts. When they use the card, proceeds from sales will go toward the People’s Health Clinic and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
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